Touted by Elon Musk, Jack Dorsey and other tech titans, cryptocurrency and the blockchain could represent the future of modern money. At the same time, dreams of fabulous crypto wealth are going down the drain as even the top-tier tokens are collapsing day after day.
It’s ugly out there, but it’s also picture-perfect, depending on how you look at it. No one in the White House or on Capitol Hill is getting a good night’s sleep in a midterm election year, a time when the tide will turn and populism will be the prevailing theme of the year, if not the decade.
It’s history in the making, even if the so-called experts in the media haven’t recognized it yet. They’re obsessing over every tick in the NASDAQ and Dow Jones, but the real headline news is the once-in-a-lifetime potential in commodities now.
Americans are making their voices heard loud and clear. When asked, “In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, do you believe President Biden should make increasing American energy production a priority?” 77.3% said “yes” while just 9.3% said “no.”
Some would call it a slow-motion disaster; others would call it the most impactful event of 2022. As explosions are heard in Ukraine’s cities of Kyiv, Odessa, Kharkiv, and Mariupol, onlookers worldwide know that they’re witnessing a historic yet chilling occasion.