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Frank Holmes

Joined: Sep 13, 2011
  • Analysis & Opinion

Frank Holmes's Opinion & Analysis
A complete archive of Frank Holmes's articles, including current analysis & opinion.

After a challenging 2020 due to the pandemic, foreign direct investment (FDI) has been flowing into Russia this year for several reasons. Among them is it offers positive real rates compared to other...
It’s becoming more and more difficult to be in the fossil fuel business. On both sides of the Atlantic, law-makers and unelected bureaucrats are turning up the heat, so to speak, on companies...
With real rates trading below zero right now, many yield-starved investors are being forced into riskier and riskier assets, including high-yield junk bonds. But even these are no longer offering a...
I have some sobering news: Social Security is in worse shape than we thought. The program’s Old-Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI) Trust Fund is now expected to be insolvent by 2033, a year...
Afghanistan is sitting on a gold mine. I don’t mean that figuratively. The country sits atop what could be one of the world’s largest reserves of various metals and minerals, including not...
It’s no secret. The highly transmissible Delta variant of COVID-19 has stalled the recovery of commercial air travel and weakened bookings in July and August, which have traditionally been among...
Many of you tuned in this week to watch the conversation between me and Michael Saylor, founder and CEO of business intelligence company MicroStrategy. More recently, the MIT grad has become a major...
The U.S. Senate just approved a $1-trillion infrastructure bill that’s now the business of the House. Among the parts of the bill that I seriously hope law-makers will consider amending is the...
It may be time for investors to take a serious look at commodities and raw materials. A bipartisan $1-trillion infrastructure spending bill cleared the Senate on Tuesday and now awaits approval from...
In 1905, the first gas pump appeared in St. Louis, Missouri, to meet the fuelling demands of a rapidly growing number of motorists. Before this innovation, which resembled a hand-held water pump,...