Brexit: Economics or Racism?

June 27, 2018 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP As you might know if you follow me on social media, I’m ecstatic about Brexit! My heart-felt congratulations to the United Kingdom for parceling off and getting out of the EU. As I wrote last week, I’m absolutely confident that the UK can stand on its own and that it does not need to cow-tow to a larger central government to have the benefits it had as a member nation of the EU. If it fails, it will be entirely the fault of the UK getting in its own way, not for lack of EU han … [Read More...]

European Union: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

June 20, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP So Iceland bailed on the EU bid… Britain is soon going to have a referendum to leave the EU… and now Switzerland is withdrawing her bid for membership. I said it about Britain and I’ll say it about any other country walking away from the EU: good for you! The less centralized the better! Switzerland would’ve been a huge boon for the EU, but alas, they will not get the one member that stood to bring deep pockets to the table. And who could blame them? As one of the richest countri … [Read More...]

Symptoms of Distress

June 13, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP There are so many distress signals going off, I hardly know where to begin! These signals, however, all come down to one thing though: government failure. It’s like if you had a sore throat, body ache, and a fever… chances are they are all symptomatic of the same problem: a cold. The Financial Times suggests that we will need another crisis to usher in a new monetary and fiscal policy since the political class doesn’t have the guts to do it now. Perhaps under the cover of crisis th … [Read More...]

Does Political Class Want Economic Calamity?

June 6, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP There’s a reason why I’ve opted out of US politics. It’s entirely predicated on scapegoating. Blame the democrats, blame the republicans, blame racism, blame sexism, blame the previous administration, blame the rich, or blame the immigrants. Always finger-pointing, but never solving anything. The reality is, the market has no bias or prejudice. Much like nature itself, you will either survive or you won’t… and it cares not which of the two you are. Ultimately, though, nature and the ma … [Read More...]

In Memory of the American Middle Class

May 30, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP This is Memorial Day weekend. Many Americans will be barbequing and fondly remembering the fallen members of the US military. I will not be among them. Don’t get me wrong: I love me some grilled meat! But I’m not much for nationalistic pageantry. I don’t tow the patriotic lines about how our military fights for our freedom. They don’t. It’s one thing to sincerely believe it, it’s another to say that it’s true. Every single time Americans have gone to war, our recovery leaves us all a l … [Read More...]

Free Markets Making a Comeback?

May 23, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP I’ve never seen socialism bail out a country in dire straits. Every nation under economic hardship has largely relied on capitalism to save itself from total ruin. Individuals are the same way. Sure, there are the bailouts and the welfare programs, but even those run out at some point. Often, the case is that socialism is the very culprit that led to the economic disasters in the first place. Be it Venezuela or Puerto Rico, Greece or Cyprus, these are all a series of circumstances w … [Read More...]

Interview: Small Business Society on Bidsy

May 20, 2016 By: Small Business Society w/ Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP                   Bobby Casey interviews on Bidsy's Small Business Society's podcast. He discusses why he got into this business, what he enjoys about being an entrepreneur and a small business, why YOU should consider the services he provides to protect yourself and your business against litigation and unnecessary taxation.     Click here to schedule a co … [Read More...]

Money Laundering & Offshore Fear-Mongering

May 16, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Of all the things to resent about former President Richard Nixon, tax evasion is not one of them for me. I know that’s not a very popular opinion, and while I in no way suggest you evade taxes, I personally don’t see it as a crime. For me to see something as a crime, I need to know who the victim was, or what the damages were. Otherwise, it’s just someone being disobedient. The American people didn’t suffer because Nixon didn’t pay his taxes. The American people suffered because he put … [Read More...]

Money Problems

May 9, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP One of the best parts of a truly free market, is the on-going experiment to find the BEST practices. It’s forever evolving. People go about their business acquainting themselves with the natural world around them, figuring out what will help them, and what will kill them. They take note, and pass on that information. For eons human beings have passed on information for the next generation, and each generation has generally been greater than its predecessor. But recently… and by recent, … [Read More...]

Cultural Marxism and the Birth of Modern Thoughtcrime

May 6, 2016 By: Claudio Grass, Contributor from Global Gold If a person has no philosophical thoughts, certain questions will never cross his mind. As a young man, there were many issues and ideas that never concerned me as they do today. There is one question, however, which has intrigued me for the longest time, and it still fascinates me as intensely as it did back then: Does spirit precede matter or is it the other way around? In other words, does human consciousness create what we perceive as our reality and physical existence or … [Read More...]

Death Taxes & Trusts

May 2, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Well, 2016 has not been kind to the music industry thus far. David Bowie, Merle Haggard, and now Prince. That’s tough! There isn’t much on Haggard’s estate one way or another, but Bowie looked to have had very specific instructions in his will, and put trusts to use for his daughter Alexandria. Meanwhile, Prince didn’t even have a will! You don’t need to be a financial wizard to understand the sense behind having a basic will. Even having a will has its complications with probate, bu … [Read More...]

The Savvy Landlord Book Interview w/ Bobby Casey

April 28, 2016 Originally released at The Savvy Landlord Book on April 26, 2016. Bobby discusses asset protection, but more specifically REAL ESTATE protection with Steven VanCauwenbergh.  If you've ever fallen prey to frivolous litigation, or you own property you are going to want to take a close listen to what Bobby has to say in this podcast. We live in a very litigious culture.  Learn the keys protecting your property.   … [Read More...]

China Moves Up While US Slips

April 25, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP If you’ve been following us just in the past two years, you know we’ve been pointing out patterns of global behavior not only BY the United States, but TOWARD the United States. Patterns being the key word here. America’s war mongering politicians have even pointed out that other countries don’t like the US all that much. They are right, of course, but they use that as an excuse for military expansion when that’s not how other countries seek to retaliate or strike. Practically spe … [Read More...]

More of the Same

April 18, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Over the course of just these past couple years, we’ve been pointing out events which indicate an escalating desperation in government. They are grasping at control and money, and clutching so tightly, that full economies are slipping through their fingers. Can the United States afford more of the same? She already lost a good number of pharmaceutical companies to offshore inversions. Oreo left and people were angry. Now Ford is moving its engine and transmission plants to Mexico. Th … [Read More...]

Economic Hope in South America!

April 11, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Economic collapse is not pretty. It is, in fact, devastating. I once wished with all my heart that the US would find a way to turn herself around and get off her destructive course. Now I see the inevitability of collapse and spend most of my time trying to warn and rescue people before the sinkhole comes for them. I’m not stopping this event from happening. America is dying a very slow and painful death. Her lungs will fill with water and give the feeling of drowning, and just as w … [Read More...]