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By: Christopher Roman

As described by the “Father of the 401(k)” Ted Benna: the 401(k) “helped open the door for Wall Street to make even more money than they were already making.”

What are these financial instruments that focus on retirement savings in the United States, anyway?

Generally, retirement savings derivatives are focused on “lock-up agreements” that deny the participants access to their capital. And most importantly, they defer tax settlements with the government to a point in the uncertain future. A future where the federal tax rate will be somewhere…


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By: Christopher Roman

Globally, the current collapse of retail banking has been quickening. In Switzerland, UBS Bank is laying off employees and restructuring as quickly as they can. Many within retail banking like to point to blockchain derivatives and blame their misfortunes on cryptocurrency.

This being the case, in a somewhat controlled panic, The Retail Banks' “special interests” are busy in the halls of Congress pressuring lawmakers to get federal law enforcement to raid and arrest small-cap blockchain businesses. …


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By: Christopher Roman

There are many people that claim they have some kind of insight into the markets. Insight is one thing and objective information is another.

Absent any information that is an objective fact, If someone says to you that the markets will take an existential dive at some point in the future– they would be absolutely correct. …


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By: Christopher Roman

Many people ask me about investing and how it is connected to fundamental analysis. This is how I view fundamental analysis, in general.

You can not use the objective past to predict a subjective future

To most investors, fundamental analysis is warm and comforting to people that have their life savings tied to equities or stocks. The truth is, most institutional investors almost never keep open interest in the markets after they close. …

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