Profit Incentive – Earning VS Stealing

The incentive to profit has the private sector meeting demand, while that same incentive has government penalizing these consumers and businesses. March 27, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP One of the greatest criticisms I see about unfettered capitalism is the “profit incentive”. Of course the same people who make this criticism are some […]

Interview: Crush The Street – “US is the Worst Place to do Business”

March 23, 2017 Interview with Kenneth Ameduri and Bobby Casey Kenneth Ameduri from CrushtheStreet.com interviews Bobby Casey about internationalization of assets and the benefits it can offer.  Without a doubt, America is heading in a very dark direction.  Every dollar represents a portion of our $20 trillion debt, and the Federal Reserve just keeps printing.  The government is cracking […]

Healthcare Reform Bringing About Free Market Solutions

The government is controlling so much of healthcare, that it’s forcing a free market solution. March 20, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, GWP Managing Director It wasn’t that long ago really when the United States had a far more free market based healthcare system. Less than one hundred years ago, people were getting healthcare and it […]

Venezuela & Greece at the Brink of Economic Collapse

Venezuela and Greece become the modern-day examples for what economic collapse looks like. March 13, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Economic collapse, Venezuela, and Greece are not new topics, especially for us. But if you’re looking for a contemporary case study or even a glimpse at what it actually looks like when a […]

Offshore Trusts Proving to be Effective Solution for Non-Domiciled Expats

Offshore trusts offer a solution and sound countermeasure against upcoming UK change in tax regime. This change will adversely affect many of its currently non-domiciled residents. March 6, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP I’ve been telling people for years to get an offshore trust. Years.  I get that it might not be the most […]

Interview: Gregory Diehl on Brand Ethics and Reputation

March 2, 2017 With: Gregory Diehl & Bobby Casey Gregory Diehl is a digital nomad, author, brand strategist, and host of “Uncomfortable Conversations With Gregory”. Gregory talks with Bobby about his business, but also about authenticity and reputation.  In a time where people are desperately trying to seek out investment and residency opportunities, it is […]

Interview with Reed Harvey – Freedom as a Digital Nomad

March 1, 2017 With: Reed Harvey and Bobby Casey Online entrepreneur and business strategist, Reed Harvey, talks with Bobby Casey about entrepreneurship and how that can be parlayed into a digital nomad or expat lifestyle! A very relatable discussion for any entrepreneur, covering the inglorious struggles and risks, as well as the successes. In addition, […]

Trump’s Market Interventionism and Cronyism

Corporatism or crony capitalism has already found its way into the Trump administration. In less than a month, it’s the new boss same as the old boss. February 27, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP As a small business owner, few things bother me more than corporatism or crony capitalism. I hated it under […]

The Status of the American Surveillance State

The American surveillance state hasn’t really shrunk or gone away, but rather has repackaged and obscured itself. February 20, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, GWP Managing Director We did several articles on the American surveillance state, but it doesn’t look like it’s gone anywhere. Edward Snowden revelations notwithstanding, it looks like the only thing that’s changed […]

Trade and Immigration Policies & the Unintended Consequences

Trump’s trade and immigration policies are unfolding, and the unintended consequences so far are outnumbering the good intentions that prompted their enactment. February 13, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP As Trump’s trade and immigration policies unfold, the contentious rivalry between unintended consequences and well-meaning objectives isn’t obscure. I don’t deny the intent of tariffs […]