Trump’s trade war isn’t a sign of strength, it’s the opposite

Photo credit: Richard Mortel After World War Two, the US was the chief creditor nation of the world. Before the war, the country had a minor role in establishing the world order. However, after the war, the US enjoyed a stable political landscape, the most advanced technology, intact infrastructure back at home, and an enviable… Read More Trump’s trade war isn’t a sign of strength, it’s the opposite

Barrick and Newmont reached an interesting deal

In hindsight, it seems like Mark Bristow used the opening provided by the Newmont (NEM)-Goldcorp (GG) merger, to force a Barrick (GOLD) controlled Joint-Venture. The last couple of months have been heated in the gold industry (GLD), with the Barrick-Rangold merger taking the spotlight, followed by the Newmont-Goldcorp deal. Once the Newmont-Goldcorp deal was announced,… Read More Barrick and Newmont reached an interesting deal