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David Craggen

David Craggen

Staff Writer, Safehaven.com

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2018

Biography

David Craggen is a financial analyst and writer for Safehaven.com

  • Why The Gold Rush Ran Out Of Steam

    Published 16 April 2021 | viewed 2,216 times

    Last year proved to be a gold speculator and investor’s dream after gold prices rallied hard to hit historical highs thanks to a perfect storm…

  • The Pandemic Has Culled The Middle Class

    Published 12 April 2021 | viewed 1,755 times

    The global pandemic ravaged the world’s economies across the board, diminishing standards of living and pushing millions into poverty. In the process, the world has…

  • The Mafia Has Expanded Its Influencer Under COVID-19

    Published 07 April 2021 | viewed 2,294 times

    Times like these can often bring out the good in people. But they also trigger quite a lot of “entrepreneurial” sensors of the particularly opportunistic…

  • Kidnapping Is Big Business In Nigeria

    Published 27 March 2021 | viewed 2,310 times

    More than 800 school children have been kidnapped in Nigeria in the last six months in five separate incidents, in the latest kidnap-for-ransom business operations…

  • 3 Stocks To Watch Amid AstraZeneca Covid Vaccine Snafu

    Published 16 March 2021 | viewed 4,005 times

    On Monday, the Netherlands, Denmark, Iceland, Bulgaria and Thailand suspended the administration of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by UK pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca (NASDAQ:AZN) and Oxford…

  • Is This The Next Amazon Of Used Cars?

    Published 11 March 2021 | viewed 2,520 times

    It’s been a banner year for your favorite local used car dealership, which has an incredibly active time playing around in the digital realm.   As…

  • Retail Is Still Struggling

    Published 17 June 2020 | viewed 2,300 times

    U.S. states are now open again for business, but the lines outside of places like TJMaxx might be misleading.  The question now is this: With…

  • What’s Next In The Trump vs. Twitter Drama?

    Published 30 May 2020 | viewed 7,091 times

    After threatening to take action against social media that is not playing nice with Trump, the president late on Thursday signed an executive order that…

  • China Targets Hong Kong As Cold War With US Heats Up

    Published 24 May 2020 | viewed 12,712 times

    China's  Communist Party has set in motion a controversial national security law for Hong Kong, a move that is seen as a major blow to…

  • Smart Money Is Racing Into The Biotech Boom

    Published 07 May 2020 | viewed 1,675 times

    The biotech boom is back. After its big breakthrough a few years ago, the biotech industry fell silent. Now, it is in the spotlight once…

  • 2020’s Biotech Boom Has Only Just Begun

    Published 05 May 2020 | viewed 1,314 times

    Millions across the globe are struggling with their mental health, and the COVID-19 pandemic is compounding a crisis that has been ignored throughout history.  The…

  • New Study Equates Luxury Cars With Low Self-Esteem

    Published 26 February 2020 | viewed 3,792 times

    Cars are, as always, a reflection of our personality, whether it’s our indifference to automotive glory on one hand, or our need to drive a…

  • Analysts Link Walking To Economic Growth

    Published 10 November 2019 | viewed 2,542 times

    Contrary to other studies about the amount of time one should exercise in order to stay healthy, a recent World Health Organization (WHO) report says…

  • The Unknown Media Giant Taking The World By Storm

    Published 08 September 2019 | viewed 692 times

    If today’s gold is data, and the data of each individual is worth about $200, then a content management company reaching 100 million people is…

  • U.S. Companies Aren't Bailing On China Just Yet

    Published 02 September 2019 | viewed 1,899 times

    Earlier this month, Trump ordered U.S. companies out of China.  In Twitter litany last week, Trump opined that China has “stolen” vast amounts of money…

  • Bankruptcy Is The Only Choice For Many Retailers

    Published 23 August 2019 | viewed 3,373 times

    By the end of this year, retail store closures in the U.S. could reach 12,000, and by 2026, UBS forecasts that 75,000 stores will close…

  • How Did 7 Million Tons Of Venezuelan Gold End Up In Africa?

    Published 19 June 2019 | viewed 6,149 times

    Back in March, a Uganda-based gold refinery was caught importing a massive 7.4 million tons of gold under questionable circumstances. At the time, no one…

  • Is Wealth Genetic?

    Published 07 April 2019 | viewed 3,996 times

    Depending on where you stand in the ancestral hierarchy, you will either be elated or thoroughly depressed to learn that a new study says that…

  • China’s Disgraced Internet “Cleaner” Gets 14 Years For Corruption

    Published 27 March 2019 | viewed 5,632 times

    At one point a few years ago, China’s then-chief internet regulator, Lu Wei, was so powerful that Time magazine felt justified in listing him as…

  • Russian Metals Magnate Sues U.S. Over Sanctions

    Published 19 March 2019 | viewed 1,214 times

    Sanctions against individual Russian oligarchs work, at least according to a lawsuit filed by Kremlin friend Oleg Deripaska, claiming that he’s lost billions, and decrying…