THIS World War Update Changes Everything – Ukraine War Economic Analysis – Capital Raises – Capital Raising

In this video, I’m going to show you exactly how to deal with impending possible world crises and plan your capital race to acquire more assets. So, you want to make sure you listen to this video very carefully because things might change. And you want to see the different scenarios that play out by the end of the videos.

But basically, the idea is that Ukraine’s war budget is running out, and we have different situations where people are worried about global tensions rising. So, back home in North America, for many of the people watching this video, how exactly do you deal with it? And how do you win in terms of people who want to raise capital to acquire more real estate or businesses?

So, just know that number one, there are global tensions that have the possibility of escalation, and you always want to plan for the worst cases. When it comes to escalation, you have different countries that are barring different levels of trade and imposing sanctions against Tel Aviv and Israel in general, that’s number one.

Number two, Ukraine’s war budget is drying up because, without getting into the politics, you know that Russia is a giant country, and Ukraine is a less giant country. Although supported by other giant countries, it’s going to be a sort of a gridlock. The third thing is, we know that the U.S. president mentioned that the Chinese president was a dictator when asked by a reporter at the end of the interview a few moments ago. It’s a few days ago, according to this video. It seems as if they may just wait for the U.S. to be busy dealing with other fires while China may go ahead and cause some more action with Taiwan.

So with all these concerns rising, that’s one thing to worry about because the concern and the way that may affect the local capital raises in North America, according to our chief economic head, to the person who really is a chartered financial analyst, transcripts provided by Transcription Outsourcing, LLC.

We can’t even get into national capital as we used to. So a lot of people are focusing on local capital. So that’s number one. Number two, because the interest rates are so high and inflation was so high, the government increased the interest rates to deal with inflation. Everyone bumped up the interest rates.

But the problem is that when the interest rates got bumped up, it’s slowing down transactions that happen. And why it’s slowing down transactions that are happening and you want to make sure you listen to this because this would explain how you can take advantage of this is because the prices of some properties are supposed to go down, but some people who are looking to raise money for deals to get them underneath their fund are saying that, hey, the sellers of some real estate are not giving me over the deals.

Like there was somebody in Florida that I was talking to, right? He’s getting only half the deals in this fund as he used to sell to potential Canadian investors through his fund. And he’s saying that because of that, fewer people are moving the deals into his fund; he’s able to get fewer deals under contract to agree to put them into his fund.

Because they’re not able to settle an agreement between the price that they want to buy the houses at, which he knows are valued less than what they want to sell them at. So what the people with the properties are doing, they’re just holding the properties, and they’re not selling them over to the person with the fund who wants to acquire them.

So there’s a disagreement, and there’s less movement between the assets from person to person, resulting in fewer loans getting closed, fewer deals, fewer trades of businesses, and fewer trades of real estate. In general, so that can slow down the market, slow down the amount of money people are making, which will slow down the economy.

And there’s also more expensive debts. So people are less able to get access to debt, especially the young generation that is more consumer-heavy and consumer-centric. So that is happening. How do you win in that situation? The good news is things may be turning around. So because the unemployment rate hasn’t skyrocketed, people aren’t only seeing that there’s a slowdown, so it’s likely that amidst the slowdown, rumors are saying, rumors are coming out that the interest rates will drop.

Another thing is there has been a unique type of bank bailout. So because banks get paid, or the value of a bank is valued based on the value of a bond. Banks sometimes own bonds or they own loans, and the value of a bond goes down when the interest rate goes up. That means that a lot of the bonds that a bank is valued by will decrease in value, which is problematic.

It’s a problem because that means that they’ll go down in value due to the high-interest rates. So one thing that the government, the different governments are doing, especially in the U.S., is that they are lending. They are actually offering to buy back bonds from banks at the value that the bonds were before the interest rate went up.

Because of this, that’s sort of a way of “bailing banks out” and helping to speed up the economy with respect to the banks. So it almost provides the same results or the same lower interest rate in a way just for the banks who are affected. So they found this new way to kind of bail some banks out.

The good news is that this may unlock some capital that was stuck with the institutional investors who depend on a lot of leverage. And so that may speed up, you know, some capital raising. So what this means is you want to be proactive in talking to banks who were previously saying I’m locked up and actually offering out capital for you to, you know, to lend to or to get access to equity.

So maybe just talk to the boring institutions again and be more aggressive in reaching out to them because perhaps they’re going to loosen up due to all these bailouts that are happening. And there’s also sort of a renewed. It looks like things are turning the corner slowly because of renewed hope that the interest rates will go down, not nearly as down as it was at 0%, but you know, they will go down.

Lastly, people are not really sure about what’s going to happen in the future with regards to the escalation of a war. If you understand the world is not really as it used to be. It’s definitely dipolar. And the capital in the U.S. is going to stay, will probably stay in the U.S. The capital not in the U.S. may not even cross to the U.S. as much, then you understand that you have to just have two different strategies for raising capital locally or internationally.

So, you know, I hope this provides some context, but in a nutshell, people are not sure about the future, but what you should be sure about is understanding people are still trying to bail out banks. Banks may open up some capital that they have had restricted. People are seeing that interest rates may turn a corner and international capital may be more tricky to get a hold of because people are losing confidence in the U.S. and they don’t want to be sanctioned by the U.S. So they’re saying, hey, why are we going to transact, you know, with the U.S. dollar? Let’s just keep our money in our own economies and build our own trading routes.

So with this, I hope this brings some clarity in the path forward. If this is something that you want to apply to your situation, first of all, just subscribe to to this channel. You get entered in a giveaway. And if you’re ready to start creating a capital raise or a fund, just head to to learn more.


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