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  • My 2 Cents on Creating "Wealth"

    By: Ziad Abdelnour | 15 Aug 2010

    One of the rules of the rich is that if you want to be rich and wealthy you need to either buy or create assets. Assets are things that generate you income without you needing to work for it. If you were to stop work then your assets would continue to put food on the table and pay for your mortga...

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  • On Wall Street's Agenda behind the current Financial Circus and what you can do about it

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 10 Aug 2010

    According to Robert Chapman, renowned editor of the International Forecaster, the recent surge of the Dow from 9,686 only a month ago to a run up to 10,674 just recently; as insiders learned of the Fed’s plan to inject $5 trillion into the economy over the next two years is only an example of the ...

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  • So How do you Raise Money Today?

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 01 Aug 2010

    As Henry Kravis the king of the buyout business once said: “"Unfortunately, there is a flip side to having access to plentiful capital. It means that too many people without experience in building businesses have too much money." How true…… which brings us to the essence of our blog . Where...

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  • Why the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act” won't Reshape Wall Street’s Biggest Banks or Prevent another Crisis

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 30 Jul 2010

    As mentioned time and time again to our clients worldwide, we at Blackhawk never supported bailouts but rather believe it would be much better to let bailed out companies fail, rather than wait for a number of them to happen all at once. The system can indeed recover from bankruptcies as it always d...

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  • And you're wondering why the Economy isn't Improving? Read the facts

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 21 Jul 2010

    “We have had to struggle with the old enemies of peace – business and financial monopoly, speculation, reckless banking, class antagonism, sectionalism, war profiteering.” I wish these words, spoken in 1936 by Franklin D. Roosevelt, were not as true today as then. Yet over the past eighteen...

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  • Are we repeating the same mistakes which led to the Fall of the first global Superpower; the Spanish Empire?

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 18 Jul 2010

    Taking a walk down memory lane or for those who don’t know that Spain was the first global Superpower with gold and silver flowing in from its American colonies, the Hapsburg dynasty became the dominant power in Europe. It controlled rich parts of Italy through Naples and Milan, and Central Eur...

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  • Why Reshaping the Federal Reserve is Today an Absolute Must

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 15 Jul 2010

    Regardless of one’s opinion on Ben Bernanke, there is no denying the extraordinary impact he has had on the Federal Reserve since taking over as Chairman in 2006. A case can be made that the very nature and scope of the Fed has changed under Bernanke’s stewardship. Originally envisioned as a ...

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  • Is Deepwater Oil Drilling a National Security Issue?

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 12 Jul 2010

    Why are oil companies like British Petroleum being allowed to drill so deeply in hazardous conditions under the Gulf? In other words, why has the government been so supportive of deepwater drilling in the Gulf? The answer is that there is a tremendous amount of more oil deep under the Gulf, and t...

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  • On the New Power Elite Shaping the New World Order

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 09 Jul 2010

    There is a new and unique development in human history that is taking place around the world today. It is unprecedented in reach and volume, and it is also the greatest threat to all global power structures: the ‘global political awakening.’ The term was coined by Zbigniew Brzezinski, and refers...

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  • Is Water The New Gold?

    By: Ziad K. Abdelnour | 06 Jul 2010

    It is a fact that water use is today rising at double the rate of global population growth owing to urbanization, more water-intensive agricultural products, growing industrialization of emerging markets and the impact of climate change. The supply of fresh water is relatively static; hence, the rap...

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