GLOBAL RESOURCES ANALYSIS
INTRODUCTION | STATEMENTS
It has been said that there are three types of people:
Those who make things happen.
Those who watch things happen.
Those who wonder what happened.
Describing the rapidly changing global economic landscape with many market supply/demand polarity and wealth polarity changes,
caused by increasing global demand, stabilizing/declining global supply and higher exploration/production costs.
Analyzing possible action points that could slow down economic decline and soften the economic impact.
You need to understand Currencies, Credit, Minerals, Energy and Water.
Watching the News without some basic knowledge of those five is useless.
Knowledge of those five make History, Present and Future clear to you.
Food = Soil + Phosphorus + Carbon Energy + Water.
Economy = Production + (Currency * Credit) – Cost (Minerals + Energy + Water).
Wealth = Economy * Currency * Geopolitics.
"What people need to hear, loud and clear, is that we're running out of energy in America."
May 23, 2001 George W. Bush
Author: Gijs Graafland
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