Friday, 20 February 2015

James Rickards: Debate - Are Our Best Days Behind Us, Or Should The World Still Bet On America?



  With companies like Tesla Motors and Apple, America still has its chance despite all the unfolding financial mess and mounting debt. But when this technological advance will be fully embraced?

"America owes $6 trillion to China, our sprawling military complex often appears helpless against disparate threats abroad, and the War on Terror has stripped us of the moral high ground. Washington is paralyzed by bitter partisanship, our children are falling behind their international peers, and our middle class is no longer the world's most affluent. But we've been warned about America's decline before. Remember Sputnik? Yes, times are tough, but America is recovering from the Great Recession faster than any other advanced country, an energy boom could add billions to the GDP, we're still a leader in technological innovation, and our military strength and geopolitical advantages remain unrivaled. Are our best days behind us, or should the world still bet on America?"

Should Automakers Be Afraid Of An Apple iCar And Why Not Just Buy Tesla?


Why Apple do not just buy Tesla? I prefer them to go the different roads and bring the real mass market for electric cars.

  

Apple Electric Car: Could An iCar Be Coming?


"We have more reports on Apple iCar and I do hope that Tim Cook will go for it this time and make his name the history as well. At International Lithium we are getting ready for this mass market EV rEvolution. Apple can bring it so much faster now. You can find more research on the Apple iCar on the links below. Read more."

International Lithium Corp. and Ganfeng Lithium Commence Work Programs on the Avalonia and Mariana Lithium Projects.