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March 10, 2022

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Derek Bullen: In Defense of Wealth
Dan from Blackhawk called in about Midway USA and Communism and the Left
Paul called in about the paper bags vs. plastic and GM and their EVs
Scott Garliss from Stansberry Research

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In Defense of Wealth

Derek Bullen



In Defence of Wealth: A Modest Rebuttal to the Charge the Rich Are Bad for Society 

Derek Bullen, author of In Defence of Wealth: A Modest Rebuttal to the Charge the Rich Are Bad for Society. 

Are the rich bad for society? The author of this book, a successful Canadian entrepreneur who made his fortune and created 3000 jobs, has written a manifesto celebrating the achievements of people who have earned their wealth. He says that many of the critics are overlooking one crucial thing: we need business people to build companies and generate wealth to keep the economy going. That’s the only way to generate the wealth that pays for government services like health and education. 

In Defence of Wealth: A Modest Rebuttal to the Charge the Rich Are Bad for Society 

BIO: Derek Bullen is the Founder and CEO of S.i. Systems ULC. It is one of the largest professional services companies in Canada, with thousands of Information Technology consultants working on projects across Canada for blue-chip corporations and government agencies. He is the author of High Velocity, a book to help new professionals in IT develop their soft business skills. 

Website:  https://www.bullenbooks.com/
LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/derek-bullen-1694835/
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/manmanofficial 

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The Economy

Scott Garliss – Stansberry Research


  • Oil went way up and then back down – UAE said they would increase output which means the other will follow as well. 
  • OPEC won’t talk to the White House 
  • We will still have chip shortages which will affect lots of industries and no one is talking about that.

S&P futures arelower, down 40 to 41 points, as… 

  • The Bureau of Labor Statistics release of Consumer Price Index (“CPI”) data for January is expected to show inflation rose to the highest level since February of 1982. 
  • The United Arab Emirate’s ambassador to the U.S. said it will recommend the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (“OPEC”) increase monthly oil output. 
  • U.S. oil and gas CEOs said they don’t see the current shortages related to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine as a long-term structural problem for the energy industry. 
  • Domestic coronavirusvaccinations rose to more than 555.9 million administered through yesterday, with over 65.2% of Americans having been fully vaccinated. 

European markets fell as… 

  • Ukraine and Russia’s foreign ministers made little progress in talks held in Turkey, as Russia said the conflict will continue until Ukraine meets its demands. 
  • Ukraine’s Deputy Chief of Staff Ihor Zhovkva said Kyiv is willing to declare itself neutral and would like to find a diplomatic resolution to the current conflict. 
  • Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess said the economic fallout from war could be worse than that seen during the pandemic. 
  • European Union coronavirus vaccinations rose to 869.2 million through yesterday, with over 72% of its residents having been fully vaccinated. 

Asian markets gained as… 

  • The People’s Bank of China said it will give over $158 billion in foreign-exchange profits to the country’s Treasury to help boost the fiscal spending outlook.  
  • Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said  the government will need to take more steps to try and offset widespread price increases due to higher energy costs. 
  • The Bank of Korea said inflation is likely to remain above its 2% target for a considerable amount of time but it still anticipates steady economic growth. 
  • U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo warned Chinese companies against trying to go around Russian sanctions. 

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