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    Corporations Moving Fast Following Donald Trump Breakthrough w/ North Korea

    Multinational corporations, as well as world-renowned investors, are pouncing on opportunities in North Korea thanks to Donald Trump

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    Multinational corporations, as well as world-renowned investors, are pouncing on opportunities in North Korea after Donald Trump summit

     

    President Donald Trump potentially opening the doors on both ends to North Korea and its Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un is looking to be about a lot more than peace in the Far East and denuclearization.

    And one may not have to wait for that either.

    Already, some of the keenest investors and investments analysts have pinpointed North Korea that, yes, forever-menace and longtime wart on the Liberal World Order, now as a golden opportunity.

    In the days following President Trump & Jong-un’s landmark summit, Jim Rogers took to the airwaves to detail why North Korea, (YES! NORTH KOREA!) may now be the next great investment play.

    And now, it’s not ending there. 

    Now almost a month after the Trump summit, numerous American corporate giants, such as AT&T are borrowing heavily in the present moment to go all-in on North Korea.

    Such maneuvers have caught the eye of Far East aficionado Evan Lorenz as well as the legendary financial historian and analyst Jim Grant:

    “The rolling up of that kind of [corporate borrowing] is a tacit assertion of foreknowledge,” said Grant on Grant’s Interest Rate Observer Podcast.  “They can see this is going to work and leverage in it is an expression of overconfidence in our financial future.”

    Lorenz agreed:

    “They’re seeing an even brighter future than they see today.”

    As Grant himself has always infamously said, “The future is a somewhat sensitive topic.”

    The North Korea breakthrough has opened a cavalcade of opportunities and possibilities.  Both on the geopolitical front as well as the investment front.

    What would that mean to the average global citizen?

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