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Elliott Morss | August 22, 2014

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Burgeoning Global Capital Flows Mean Traditional Stock Market and Currency Norms No Longer Apply

August 14th, 2014 |

Global capital flows are increasing. In some years, the net of these flows exceeds the size of a country’s trade surplus or deficit. The investment implications of these capital flows are discussed in this article.

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Time for an Oil Supply Cutoff Hedge?

August 6th, 2014 |

War is raging in leading oil exporting countries. The article identifies these countries and asks how long before the world suffers a significant supply curtailment.

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US Energy: Myths/Realities and The Two Elephants in the Room

June 15th, 2014 |

The media covers “newsworthy” energy events but does not offer a comprehensive picture of the global situation and where the US fits in it. This article reviews and refutes (with facts) some of the most commonly-held beliefs.

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Why Ukraine Is Not as Dangerous as the Cuban Missile Crisis, But….

April 25th, 2014 |

On the face of it, the Ukrainian situation is the most dangerous event for the world since the Cuban missile crisis: Russia pitted against the US with no easy out for either. But it will not escalate into a nuclear war. The US does not have the stomach for more war.

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Gambling – Asia and the US Are Two Different Worlds

April 15th, 2014 |

There are large differences between gambling in the US and Asia. This article sets forth these differences and traces out their significance going forward.

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