A group of some of the world’s most powerful oil producers on Wednesday agreed to impose deep output cuts, seeking to spur a recovery in crude prices despite calls from the U.S. to pump more to help the global economy.
The problem with an energy crisis is that it’s actually an everything crisis. In a world where virtually every industry relies on energy in some form, runaway inflation is an inevitability. This phenomenon is not news – you’ve been experiencing it for the better part of two years now. But while global governments are using every tool in their kits to curb the rising inflation rates, there’s far less they can do about the coming food shortage.
This may be one of the most interesting times in economic history. The pace and amount of change is creating significant challenges and opportunities for both investors and entrepreneurs … not to mention policy makers. It’s fun to watch, hard to keep up with, and impossible to avoid. The changing future of money and wealth will affect everyone … believe it or not, like it or …