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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

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

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    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?

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    Published 27 March 2019 | viewed 3,234 times

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  • Russian Metals Magnate Sues U.S. Over Sanctions

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    There’s been a lot of dramatic talk lately about the evils of the new wave of corporate buybacks that soared past $1.1 trillion in 2018…

  • U.S. Manufacturing Sees First Massive Strike In 3 Years

    Published 02 March 2019 | viewed 995 times

    GE workers have seen better days—better decades, indeed. Nearly 2,000 workers at a General Electric plant in Erie, Pennsylvania, went on strike after workers union…

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    The UK’s auto industry is worth over $100 billion, and things are about to get messy with a Brexit deal up in the air, and…

  • May Survives No-Confidence Vote Despite Huge Loss On Brexit Deal

    Published 16 January 2019 | viewed 1,393 times

    British PM Theresa May’s Brexit deal lost by a huge margin on Tuesday, and though her government survived a no-confidence vote, the country’s exit from…

  • Cuba Isn’t Quite Ready To Ditch Communism

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    Cubans aren’t as fed up with communism as one might think, despite decades of media opening to the effect that it’s a system preferred only…

  • What Warren Buffett Does With His Billions

    Published 27 November 2018 | viewed 3,685 times

    While everyone’s keen to take a few pages out of Warren Buffett’s book for investing and making billions, fewer seem interested in learning other important…

  • Artificial Intelligence: The Good, The Bad And The Disastrous

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    The risk of artificial intelligence in the workforce is more the “risk” of change than it is of usurping humans, according to a report from…

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    Governments have been talking about state-backed digital currencies for at least a year, but 2018 has seen the idea gain significant momentum—if only because crypto…

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    Fed moves to hike interest rates are leading to a liquidity evaporation—enough so that Morgan Stanley is defying the rest of Wall Street to call…

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    High-flying tech stocks may be losing their FANGs, and payments giants such as Visa and PayPal are suddenly looking a lot more attractive, according to…

  • Is Gold Finally Ready To Rebound?

    Published 02 October 2018 | viewed 3,557 times

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