If there were a way to spend one-tenth of what you normally would … wouldn’t that be worth pursuing?
Especially if that savings could amount to hundreds of millions of dollars?
I sure think so.
So it makes me go “hmm” when I see the United States opting to spend drastically more money to bomb a country in the Middle East, when there was a way to spend much less.
Why would the U.S. opt to waste cash?
In this week’s Davidson Unplugged, James Dale Davidson and I explain how crony capitalists are running our foreign policy … and taxpayers are paying a pretty penny for it.
We also discuss:
- The shopping mall problem in China.
- The problem with a one-size-fits-all economy
- How we beat the S&P 500 by two and a half times.
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Charles Del Valle
Editor, Strategic Investment