Twitter, Facebook et al – A China Model for India Or a Microsoft Model?

  Who was the most Anti-Trump leader in the world for the past four years? The obvious answer is Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany. She must have been delighted to see Twitter banning President Trump indefinitely, right? Surprisingly not. Actually unsurprisingly not.  “German Chancellor Angela Merkel blasted Twitter’s decision to ban U.S. President Donald Trump. “The right to freedom of…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (January 9 – January 15, 2021)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Break Up America into Red & Blue? – Jagannathan vs. Zakaria

  This Blog has been both diligent & strenuous in exposing the deeply embedded Anti-Hindu convictions in American media. The more elite the medium, the deeper the contempt in our experience. Though it is now increasingly disguised, we can feel it from time to time.  There is also a deeply embedded Anti-American contempt inside Indian…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (January 1 – January 8, 2021)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (December 27 – December 31, 2020)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Back to Obama-Biden-Bernanke in 2010 – To A New Middle East As Well?

  As they say, History Rhymes. And we are increasingly looking back to 2010-2012 as being congruent to what we might be seeing unfold. Fancy geo-strategy stuff aside, the biggest sources of unrest remain the basics – food & money. Look what is unfolding before our very eyes.  1.Financial Look Back to 2010-2011 With Janet…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (December 12 – December 18, 2020)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Asia vs. Indo – Small Slip or Major Turn in the Pacific?

  Any one who has even superficially followed US-India relations knows that this relationship follows a 2-steps forward, 1-step backward path. US-India relationship, at least the geostrategic component, reached its recent zenith in second half of 2020. Faced with blatantly invasive Chinese actions in India’s Ladakh province, the Trump Administration firmly, publicly, & institutionally supported…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (December 5 – December 11, 2020)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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