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Fred Dunkley

Fred Dunkley

Writer, Safehaven.com

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2018


Fred Dunkley is a tech analyst, writer, and seasoned investor. Fred has years of experience covering global markets and geopolitics. 

  • Amazon Bails On NYC

    Published 14 February 2019 | viewed 347 times

    After months of intoxicating build-up, Amazon has pulled the plug on plans to build an HQ2 corporate campus in New York City, after failing to…

  • Billion Dollar Bust Proves The World Still Has A Drug Problem

    Published 06 February 2019 | viewed 532 times

    At the bare minimum, well over $1 billion was at stake this weekend when authorities seized almost 10 tons of cocaine from the cargo hold…

  • How Big Pharma Is Profiting On The Opiate Problem They Created

    Published 31 January 2019 | viewed 721 times

    Being threatened lately on numerous fronts, opioids have witnessed a dramatic decline in sales, but it’s a monster that’s created another monster, so when opioid…

  • Temporary Shutdown Deal Comes Just In Time To Pay Taxes

    Published 27 January 2019 | viewed 417 times

    The federal government isn’t working, so why should be paying them? That’s controversial documentary filmmaker Michael Moore’s simple solution to the government shutdown. It’s pure…

  • Is Gold Heading To $1,500?

    Published 25 January 2019 | viewed 1,574 times

    Gold prices fell Wednesday as investors started to renew hunger for risk and started pulling out of safe-have assets, but my midday they were holding…

  • Union Membership Hits Historic Low As Wage Gap Looms

    Published 22 January 2019 | viewed 1,042 times

    Membership in labor unions fell to just 10.5 percent last year to arrive at a figure that is the lowest since 1983, when the Bureau…

  • Palladium Surpasses Gold As Demand Continues To Rise

    Published 18 January 2019 | viewed 1,702 times

    With supply fantastically tight in the face of increasing demand and Chinese policy moves that will boost demand further, palladium—the essential auto-catalyst metal—is now doing…

  • How Advertisers Are Forced Into Politics

    Published 15 January 2019 | viewed 994 times

    Are liberal opponents conspiring to silence Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight show by getting advertisers to boycott, or are advertisers jumping ship because they don’t…

  • Eat At Your Own Risk: FDA Not Inspecting Food

    Published 10 January 2019 | viewed 633 times

    Now might be a good time to take a break from eating dairy, seafood and fruits and vegetables entirely unless you own your own farm…

  • Trump Fires Back As Big Pharma Hikes Drug Prices

    Published 08 January 2019 | viewed 776 times

    The announcement last week that Bristol-Myers Squibb will acquire drugmaker Celgene in a $74-billion deal is a big bet on a line-up of cancer drugs…

  • Is It Time To Buy The Stock Market Dip?

    Published 03 January 2019 | viewed 1,021 times

    In December, stock prices plunged as investors panicked, so is now the prime time to start buying? Some strategists think so. In a note to…

  • Millennials Turn To Credit, Crypto This Holiday Season

    Published 24 December 2018 | viewed 1,166 times

    Millennials appear to be living out a Nietzsche style crisis these days—battling with contradictions of both Dionysian and Apollonian extremes. It’s the hunt for the…

  • The Midwest’s Top Talent Is Looking For Greener Pastures

    Published 06 December 2018 | viewed 770 times

    If you have a set of specific set of skills, look no further than the Midwest for your next job. With lower unemployment and higher…

  • Traders Euphoric After “Extraordinary” G20 Meeting

    Published 03 December 2018 | viewed 512 times

    The G20 went off better than most expected, with Trump reportedly playing an innocuous role as an actual diplomat; but the coup de grace for…

  • U.S. Trade Deficit Reaches A Record High

    Published 29 November 2018 | viewed 783 times

    Despite—or because of—all the tariffs and the intensifying trade war, the U.S. goods trade deficit reached a record high in October, hitting $77.2 billion, based…

  • Trump Takes Aim At General Motors

    Published 28 November 2018 | viewed 508 times

    A trade war that has sent steel prices soaring, a slowdown in new car sales and a miscalculated bet on smaller vehicles have pushed General…

  • Online Shopping Just Got More Expensive

    Published 26 November 2018 | viewed 862 times

    While online retail businesses used to have to pay sales tax only in states where they had a physical presence, a June Supreme Court ruling…

  • The Real Estate Reality Of America’s New Boom Cities

    Published 18 November 2018 | viewed 1,465 times

    The American coasts are draining thanks to the high cost of living and rising mortgage rates, feeding a migration of people that is poised to…

  • NATO Hits Up Startups For Tech Evolution

    Published 15 November 2018 | viewed 689 times

    NATO has been suffering from an existential crisis since the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, and while the reemergence of a…

  • Trump Lashes Out As Stocks Slip

    Published 12 November 2018 | viewed 673 times

    Democrats took control of the House of Representatives last week, and their first order of business is purportedly to take down the stock market by…