Mr. Matison earned a B.S. in engineering physics and a M.S. in Actuarial Science.  He worked in the actuarial field for six years, and then became registered representative at Hayden Stone.  Later, while working as a financial analyst at Legg, Mason Inc., he was recognized by ... more

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E Centralization, Blockchain And Decentralization
Centralization gains support when the targeted population receives some kind of benefit.
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E Bank Run, Or Run From The Banks?
Our nation’s economic conditions have been influenced negatively by a viral lockdown of overall industry such that many of its component parts are in dire financial straits, and a large portion of the labor force is not earning an adequate income.
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E New Global Reserve Currency?
Politicians and investors regularly claim that “this time it’s different”. But history shows us repeatedly that rarely things are truly or fundamentally different.
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E USD Has Crossed The “Event Horizon”.
When a government issues additional debt that is not benefiting its citizens or oppresses them, it is known as odious debt – which is deemed as illegitimate.
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E Blockchain Primer
Most people have added at least two new words to their vocabulary in the last decade – Bitcoin and blockchain, even if their understanding of these terms is far from complete.
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E Monetary And Economic Financial Reset
Our financial markets are precarious as they have plunged three times in two years. Extrapolating current trends are now dangerous as market volatility has increased.
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North Korean Quagmire: Part 2. Bombing, Nuclear Threats, And Resolution
Addressing three questions: Why have America and North Korea been steadfast enemies for decades? Could this enmity lead to war? Would a future confrontation between these two countries may destabilize our global financial markets? Part 2.
The North Korea Quagmire: Part 1, A Contest Of Colonialism And Communism
Addressing three questions: Why have America and North Korea been steadfast enemies for decades? Could this enmity lead to war? Would a future confrontation between these two countries may destabilize our global financial markets?

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