Daily Archives: June 14, 2017

Guyana Tri-State Alliance – Independence Celebration – Brooklyn NY- June 16. 2017

Guyana Government News Brief – June 13, 2017

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Guyana Government News Brief – June 13, 2017

The New Dynamics Of Market Crashes – By Teemu Paivinen

The New Dynamics Of Market Crashes

Or Why The Next Financial Crisis Could Be Much Worse.

Our economy is built on a requirement for perpetual growth and because no one wants to find out what happens when the growth stops, we’ve just kept piling on debt to keep the growth going. In practice this has lead to a constant cycle of extreme growth and crippling depression.

Market crashes are a symptom of a system where growth isn’t just pleasant, it’s a necessity. With capitalist forces at play, humans will do just about anything to grow just a little more and this quickly becomes unsustainable, financed by ever growing amounts of debt. A massive house of cards that almost everyone consciously or subconsciously knows about and one that must come down eventually.

Read more: https://keepingstock.net/the-new-dynamics-of-market-crashes-8657b0dc7f4e

Guyana: One in every five remigrants is bogus – Tax boss

There are major problems facing the country’s Remigrant Scheme, offered to overseas Guyanese who want to return home to invest and live here. Almost one-fifth of them are deliberately selling their multimillion-dollar vehicles under

GRA’s chief, Godfrey Statia

questionable arrangements, while almost a similar number are failing to live up to the conditions under which they were granted the exemption, in the first place.

Speaking on a number of issues that the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is working on to close the loopholes, Commissioner-General Godfrey Statia last week disclosed that an assessment has found some troubling things.   Continue reading

The puzzling way that writing heals the body – BBC Future investigates

Can writing about pain and secret feelings really help boost your body’s immune system? BBC Future investigates.

In 1986 the psychology professor James Pennebaker discovered something extraordinary, something which would inspire a generation of researchers to conduct several hundred studies. He asked students to spend 15 minutes writing about the biggest trauma of their lives or, if they hadn’t experienced a trauma, their most difficult time.

They were told to let go and to include their deepest thoughts, even if they had never shared these thoughts before. Four days running they did the same thing. It wasn’t easy. Pennebaker told me that roughly one in 20 students would end up crying, but when asked whether they wanted to continue they always did.      Continue reading

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