Money. It’s a constant and a game changer. It motivates, intimidates, frees and enslaves.
In our global economy, a shift by a single faction can set off a chain reaction with far reaching devastation.
For somebody trading in the recycling commodities markets that concept is all too familiar. Take steel for example. Foreign subsidies have artificially inflated production capacity to camouflage their own domestic troubles. Consequently, cheap imported steel has flooded the U.S. market in unprecedented quantities.