EXCLUSIVE: Fund Manager Shares Deep-Dive into Asian Geopolitics
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What is This— One of GoldFix’s Original Founders shares a 2000 word essay composed especially for our community.
Comment— Truly, this is must-read for anyone with a desire to understand Asian Geopolitics better in context of the growing push-pull between Russia/China and the US.
Bottom Line— This gives many insights into Asiatic geo-politics normally outside our own purview. While including specifics, it also gives a framework for the reader to apply for future events.
Description— On August 19th “he” shared with us obervations on local politics in Asia as well as their geopolitical implications. This is very instructive for Westerners specifically, and people in general seeking to understand the behavioral fabric interwoven through everything now contributing to global events.
About— “He” is an active hedge fund manager focused on Gold and FX markets in EU/Asia, and with whom we have discussions on topics ranging from Gold, to Geopolitics, to war risks frequently. His identity must remain anonymous.
**Much time and thought was put into this. He even footnoted it.
Please leave a comment if this was something you enjoyed… maybe he will write more in the future if we show proper appreciation.
Part I: Geopolitical Shit Takes for Normies
Taiwan has always been a chessman since WWII, although a very important piece in the intertwined economic, (geo)political interests of modern-day superpowers*2. With this and all the political and economic strings tied to the island’s politicians, logically the party that best serves the US is the ruling party DPP who has the majority support in US…
Part II: Tinfoil Hat Echo Chamber
In this part I am going to share some hot takes that can be best described as “conspiracy theories” - one should ask if there is a category between “truth” and “what the powers that be want us all to believe”, or it is the fuel for the waking collective consciousness to pursue the truth? This part is not a red pill. Just read it as a fiction with some derision on your face…