Most analysts prefer to comment current events at length: i.e. there is an oversupply in commentary and a shortage of informed predictions. Many are afraid of making predictions for fear of being wrong, failing to see that the value of a prediction is in its rationale.
The rationale and analysis are normally of greater value than the exact prediction per se. After all, empirically, most predictions are destined to fail. On the other hand, it is not difficult to make daring predictions to benefit from extreme events: i.e. spreading fear is easier than giving sound assurance.
Therefore most people are looking to economists to provide a clear predictive outlook with a balanced rationale that can be updated as the scenario unfolds. This is what we endeavour to offer.
In our geopolitical macroeconomic analysis we adhere to the following solid principles:
Disclosure: Yes, these are biblical principles.
Christian Takushi’s personal network includes individuals in the fields of diplomacy, economics, global business, engineering, law and religion. They provide valuable and diverse inputs, analysis and criticism. Takushi can also draw on the support of international leaders (with military & global business background) for global strategic advice and critical feedback.
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