Squeezed between the rapidly rising cost of oil production and our society’s inability to digest high oil prices, the dynamics of the oil depletion spiral will be delivering increasingly frequent bouts of pain to our oil dependent economies.
By the age of 65, 99% of all high-risk specialty physicians practicing in the US had faced a malpractice claim.
See how the phenomenon of the drilling treadmill is playing out in the two biggest tight oil fields in the US.
Multiple fundamental factors driving retail sales growth in past decades are shifting not in favor of the retail sector. Combined with an overbuild of retail floor space, this does not bode well for brick and mortar retail properties.
How does the claim of oil abundance and energy independence brought on by tight oil in the U.S. measure up against reality? What is the impact of tight oil in the context of global crude oil production and consumption?
How does the claim of 100-years of natural gas abundance touted by the shale oil and gas industry measure up against reality? What are the reasons the industry is maintaining this narrative?
Regardless of which side you are on in the peak oil and climate change debates, it is important that you are equipped with a good understanding of the fundamental factors driving the supply and demand of crude oil which is arguably the most important e …
In an orchestrated step to make its RMB a world reserve currency, China uses the recent U.S. foreign policies and domestic events to call for a new world order and reserve currency.
In a recent interview, Google declared G.P.A. and test scores are worthless as criteria for hiring and are no longer using them to screen candidates other than the fresh grads. The statement highlights the growing knowledge mismatch between the type of skill set the industries are looking for and the type of graduates status quo education are rolling off their assembly lines, and a contributing factor to the coming paradigm shift in education.
The Fed surprised the world this week by calling off its widely anticipated ‘tapering’ plan which would have called for a gradual reduction of the amount of bond purchases from its current $85 billion per month level. The decision highlights the box the Fed is in and the increasing dominance of flow over the stock of the bond purchase program, a concept missed by the vast majority of economists and so called subject matter experts.