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Fake perpetual magnet motors

On October 29, 2014, in Economy & Actuality, Uncategorized, by Pascal Roussel

This article is NOT related to finance. I not only have a degree in Finance but also a master degree in Engineering. In the following video, I’ll show why many so called perpetual magnet motors are fake: Watch the video Anyone is free to download the excel file used in the video and make his [...]

The saber-rattling is intensifying!

On September 27, 2014, in Economy & Actuality, Uncategorized, by Pascal Roussel

In recent weeks, an increasing number of leading figures have been warning about the risk of a world war. For example: – According to the Pope, the world is currently living “a third world war, only waged in bits and pieces” (read here). – On July 31, an official document was released, written at the [...]

Public opinion is dominated by an egregore

On August 13, 2014, in Economy & Actuality, Uncategorized, by Pascal Roussel

While some probably follow a hidden agenda and others do not dare to stand out, it is amazing how otherwise intelligent, balanced, educated and sincere journalists and politicians lock themselves into interpreting events according to a single perspective! As matters stand, one can hardly blame the vast majority of people ending up wearing the same [...]

Financial news that I consider relevant as of May 14, 2014

On May 17, 2014, in Economy & Actuality, by Pascal Roussel

As for Ukraine, most of the media continue to have a biased view in my opinion. Just about everywhere, one reads that there are quite a few extremists in Ukraine, but they are a minority and have nothing to say. The vast majority of members of the government and parliament are former extremists who are [...]

Financial news that I consider relevant as of April 30, 2014

On May 3, 2014, in Economy & Actuality, by Pascal Roussel

  Since my last post, the situation in Ukraine is still by far the greatest potential trigger for the second wave of the global financial crisis. As I have often said, it is not just a question of adopting a simplistic view “The wicked Putin against the nice Europeans and Americans”. There are no nice [...]