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Alex Moschina is the associate publisher of Manward Press. A gifted writer, editor and financial researcher, Alex’s career in publishing began more than a decade ago when he worked at one of the world’s leading providers of academic research and reference materials.
Alex first cut his teeth in the realm of investing when he joined the team at WhiteCap Research in 2010. There he was charged with covering emerging market trends and investment opportunities. A stint as senior managing editor and editorial director at the prestigious Oxford Club followed. Then in 2017, Alex joined Manward Press in its infancy to help build and support it in its mission.
A frequent speaker at conferences and events, Alex has led educational workshops across the U.S. and Canada.
It’s clear that AI is already helping us do important things. The question is… Have you dipped your toes in yet? Here’s a quick primer on how to add ChatGPT to your investing toolkit.
Three reasons we should be worried about the fate of the U.S. dollar.
President Biden says America is “winning.” But if you look at these key economic indicators, that couldn’t be further from the truth…
The government’s pandemic spending spree kept the economy alive and pulled us away from a recession. But that spending is also proof of the unsustainable economic position we’re in.
The evidence is clear. If you want to do more than just survive in retirement, the “conventional” way of investing doesn’t cut it anymore.
If the Fed can’t curb spending gone wild… then inflation will continue to ravage the nation’s wealth. There are painful times ahead.
So much for a rate hike-free summer. Oh well. At least the price of eggs is going down…
The U.S. may be floundering when it comes to crypto regulation… but the rest of the world is paving the way. And the crypto gains this year prove it.
Just as the web did before it, AI is about to change the world in myriad ways… whether you’re ready for it or not.
For 60 years, the U.S. dollar has served as the world’s primary reserve currency. Now it’s looking more likely than ever that the dollar’s dominance may soon come to an end…