While appreciating the tranquility of the forest beside a stream, the wise and veteran samurai tells the young warrior: 'If you sit by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by' I've long wondered what this quote meant, but I think I've finally figured it out. It is a quote about … Continue reading Thoughts on the market selloff
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These reasons are getting me interested in the energy sector
A change in the Narrative Among the many eyebrow-raising, bizarre, and interesting developments (zero-interest rate policies, negative yielding bonds, rise of populism) that have occurred since 2010, one of them that really defined this current decade is the death of the 'peak-oil' narrative. Remember those days when people were talking about how there could be … Continue reading These reasons are getting me interested in the energy sector
Trading Lessons From The Macro Tourist (Kevin Muir)
At ChatWithTraders.com, there's a whole lot of wonderful interviews of successful traders/investors done via podcasts. It is an invaluable source of insights and a great asset to many of us actively involved in the markets! While I've earlier reviewed the podcast with Dario Mofardin, this episode with Kevin Muir is another one helpful to anyone learning … Continue reading Trading Lessons From The Macro Tourist (Kevin Muir)
Jeddah’s Kingdom Tower -Tombstone of a hydrocarbon juggernaut?
Take a look at this info-graphic for a moment: It chronicles the history of the tallest skyscrapers ever built on earth. Now, look at the years they were completed. Notice anything interesting? Here's a hint: historically, each new skyscraper coincided with the end of an economic boom associated with it... a hallmark that signifies the … Continue reading Jeddah’s Kingdom Tower -Tombstone of a hydrocarbon juggernaut?