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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

  • Is Wealth Genetic?

    Published 07 April 2019 | viewed 2,994 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 2,790 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 732 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…

  • Goldman Defends Trillion-Dollar Corporate Buyback Spree

    Published 14 March 2019 | viewed 896 times

    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 854 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…

  • Ford’s Billion-Dollar Brexit Fret

    Published 26 January 2019 | viewed 705 times

    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 1,215 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

    Published 26 December 2018 | viewed 3,425 times

    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 3,421 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

    Published 20 November 2018 | viewed 1,109 times

    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…

  • Buffett Bets Big On Banking Stocks

    Published 16 November 2018 | viewed 1,012 times

    The Fed seems bent on raising interest rates in December, and the banking industry is the beneficiary, with legendary investor Warren Buffett hitting the point…

  • IMF Calls On Central Banks To Consider State-Backed Crypto

    Published 14 November 2018 | viewed 1,373 times

    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…

  • Morgan Stanley Defies Wall Street With Bearish Talk

    Published 30 October 2018 | viewed 1,684 times

    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…

  • Will These Fintech Originators Replace FANG Stocks?

    Published 26 October 2018 | viewed 1,031 times

    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 3,423 times

    Gold isn’t boring anymore—now we can see the bottom, and it’s cheaper than it’s been since 2015, hitting below $1,200 last week after another fed…

  • Is A Four-Day Workweek Feasible?

    Published 17 September 2018 | viewed 877 times

    This may end up being the century of the four-day work week, as companies begin experimenting with previously unheard of productivity tricks and studies seem…

  • UK Unicorn Eyes Flying Taxis By 2022

    Published 13 September 2018 | viewed 3,561 times

    A British energy entrepreneur and former Formula 1 racing team owner, Stephen Fitzpatrick, thinks he’s got exactly what it takes to build a new inter-city…

  • Are SEC Cannabis Concerns Overblown?

    Published 11 September 2018 | viewed 1,131 times

    Now that Cannabis stocks are suddenly shooting through the roof and even bears are jumping on board as whiskey, vodka and beer companies start buying…

  • Koch Brothers Abandon Trump Ahead Of Midterms

    Published 03 September 2018 | viewed 1,658 times

    With United States mid-term elections approaching, a lot of attention is being devoted to the public feud between Trump and the billionaire Koch brothers, the traditional…

  • Ontario Moves To Slow Cannabis Drive

    Published 14 August 2018 | viewed 3,353 times

    Canada legalized recreational use of marijuana in June, with retail sales slated to launch in October, but there’s a new conservative provincial government in Ontario…