Thoughts in April 2020

  • If a species has a critical contraction and survives, it likely required strategic planning – American Bison’s population dropped to 300 – 600 heads in the 1880’s-1910’s. They were essentially brought back from extinction and there are somewhere between 200,000 and 2 million American Bison today [1]. Given the way natural selection works (and the effort required to bring the American Bison back from the brink), I suspect that once a species sharply declines to only a few clusters it’s highly unlikely the species can survives without strategic planning to ensure survival (i.e. an intervention). This postulation should be reviewed of historic records.
  • Current World Order is Cracking – Since January 1, 2020 – President impeached, President acquitted, President publicly assassinated a foreign (Iranian) general, the UK left the EU (Brexit), COVID19 spread world wide, locked down the globe – causing the stock market to crash. China used the WHO to mislead the world regarding the COVID19 virus [2].
  • The U.S. 10 Year Treasury rate is at an all-time low with almost no yield – should push for more crazy investing… but what happens when everyone has money in stocks and there’s no one left to buy?
  • Crude oil prices inverted (went negative) and it appears, will go negative again [3].

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