How is the US Going to Pay for That Spending?

Top Democratic contenders are suggesting $22.25 to $47.2 Trillion in spending with no significant cuts to anything other than private sector wealth. September 23, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP I’ll ask the Democratic candidates the same question I asked Trump regarding his tariffs, wall, and military spending: How are you planning to pay […]

Emerging Market Citizens Turning to Crypto

By Teeka Tiwari, Editor, Palm Beach Confidential Emerging market currencies are getting hammered… China’s yuan recently fell to fresh 11-year lows amid trade war worries with the U.S. In August, the Argentine peso crashed 30.3%—in one day. And last year, the Turkish lira lost 30% against the U.S. dollar. (And it continued to fall—plunging over […]

How You Lose Money if You Keep it in a Bank…

Banks can slowly rob account holders through a cashless agenda and negative interest rates. You stand at a fork in the road: In one direction, your money stays safe. In the other direction, your money could get slowly taken from you by banks and any Government. McAlvany ICA shines a light on the big way […]

Is the US Headed Toward Greatness?

Economic tinkering, more of the same with the surveillance state, and a precarious trade war isn’t what one would expect on the path to greatness. August 26, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP When the MAGA slogan first came out, it was criticized for the same reasons as Michelle Obama’s statement, “for the first […]

Where Is the Price Transparency in Healthcare?

Healthcare costs are high, but we don’t know that until we see the bill. Accountability and transparency would go further than socialization in fixing the cost problem in healthcare. August 19, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Mangeing Director GWP Part of what makes the free market the best solution to meeting the needs of others is […]

Unintended Consequences of Trade War with China

The trade war is escalating to what might become a currency war. Other unintended consequences have followed, making global markets nervous. August 12, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP In this battle of will between the US and China, inevitably, the victims will be the private consumers. At the G20 Summit in Japan, it […]

Healthcare & Housing Affordability are Election Hot-Button Issues

With elections coming in the US, affordability of healthcare and housing are the hot-button topics dominating policy discussions. July 29, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP With the elections coming up, there is a lot of talk about what people can “afford” and how that connects with “living wages”. It’s obnoxious because the political […]

Tax Distraction

When people are distracted by who is paying taxes and who isn’t, they miss the part where a crazy tax regime and new recruits aren’t necessary. July 1, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP I see these articles flying around incredibly angry about how the “uber rich” aren’t paying taxes from the left… I […]

The Fight Against a Subtle Tyranny

Are hand-outs and welfare rooted in what has been called “the tyranny of low expectations”? Could economic freedom be the antidote to that poison? June 24, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director, GWP I heard a very thought-provoking quote from Naval Ravikant. He was addressing the coming of further automation and artificial intelligence (AI). When […]

Market Responses to Currency Failures

There are disturbances in the fiat currency force, which have people pursuing alternative currencies and means of settling payments. June 17, 2019 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP The government operates on a similar model as that in the Wizard of Oz. It requires that everyone subscribe to the singular way of one central power. […]