Showing results for tag "cuba"
People use the term "black market" negatively. If anything, you should view arbitrary government restrictions negatively, not attempts to bypass these restrictions.
The US government has consciously created a police state. Here's what comes next...
The US is nearing the worst financial disaster of our lifetimes...
A look at investing in Cuba and the opportunities in real estate, tourism, and cigars.
One man with a gun can control one hundred without one.
Doug Casey has long been interested in this investment of enormous potential...
We’re witnessing the birth of a new Cuba. And with it, new opportunities through investment and internationalization.
Cuba is a huge investing opportunity... The embargo will soon become “a page in the history books.” When this happens, money should pour into Cuba.
When a country is clearly on the road to socialism, the wisest decision might be to get off the bus.
My estimation (based upon decades of travel to Cuba and personal relationships with Cubans) is that, left alone, Cuba will slowly open up more to capitalism.
If ever there was a time to assess the future and consider whether to get a second passport and create an escape hatch in another locale, that time is now.
I am not usually one to follow the latest celebrity gossip, but the aftermath of a recent trip to Cuba by Jay-Z and Beyonce caught my attention. Plus, the International Man weekly update.
Jeff talks about one reader who had some choice words, calling him a "chattering nabob". (The comment is particularly interesting as the very similar "nattering nabobs" was coined by Spiro Agnew, Vice President under Richard Nixon who became only the 2nd US Vice President to resign during his term and the first due to criminal allegations) What caused such a strong reaction? Jeff discusses the topic in today's article...
Due to the US embargo, most of what Americans know about Cuba comes from their mainstream national media - not exactly the most impartial source. Yet there is much to learn, and in today's feature, Jeff Thomas attempts to enlighten us.