Stock Market: Parallel Universe?

November 27, 2020

The Champs Élysées has been the site of victories, downfalls, and riots. By Daniel Lucas One late July morning in 2005, a

That Was The Week That Was…Greece Again – Front Line in the Debt War

November 14, 2015

As I start to write this piece, the world’s attention of course is focused on the horrific Friday the 13th Paris shootings,

The Week That Was – Not Your Usual Q Bytes!

November 2, 2015

Hello everyone, It’s Kris Karlsson here. Our usual Q bytes writer is unfortunately unwell right now, and has asked me to step

Kris Karlsson – That Was The Week That Was

October 25, 2015

Kris Karlsson – That Was The Week That Was – As the Grim Reaper of the Global Debt Crisis continues its rampage,

“To Raise … Or Not to Raise” … … That Is The Question!

September 15, 2015

The “Will She … Won’t She” Debate, regarding whether or not Janet Yellen will soon announce a rise in interest rates, rages

The “Debt Crisis Formula” Central Banking’s “Time Bomb” Debt Policy

August 23, 2015

When Debt Crises hit the world’s stock markets, they are not random acts of chance. They are instead, the artfully contrived inevitable

China – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

August 1, 2015

After a relatively “calm” 2-weeks or so for Chinese shares, brought on by massive-scale Central Bank intervention in the markets, this Money

“The Most Dangerous Bubble In History”

July 30, 2015

In a desperate search for yield, the entire world’s money creation system, centred on, but not limited to, the World Reserve Currency,

The Greek Crisis … Illustrated In One Image!

July 17, 2015

Few images have more succinctly or symbolically captured the essence of what has been happening to Greece recently, than the one above.

“The Greek Tragedy of Debt” Was It Even Necessary, At All? Part 1

July 15, 2015

An extract from the Q Wealth Special Report, by Kris Karlsson With the Greek Debt Crisis dominating headlines around the world recently,