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Read the entire tweef between Eduardo Bhatia and Larry McDonald here

Read the entire tweef between Eduardo Bhatia and Larry McDonald here

| January 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

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Enrique Kike Cruz interviews Larry McDonald on NotiUno 630am

Enrique Kike Cruz interviews Larry McDonald on NotiUno 630am

| January 9, 2014 | 9 Comments

Today, Enrique Kike Cruz gave both the analyst Larry McDonald and President of the PR Senate Eduardo Bhatia the opportunity to speak after their clash on twitter. Cruz started out giving McDonald the word to introduce himself and Larry made a point that he had been an employee of the meanwhile non-existent investment bank Lehman […]

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Could Puerto Rico be the next Lehman-crisis?

Could Puerto Rico be the next Lehman-crisis?

| January 9, 2014 | 6 Comments

Larry McDonald interviewed on CNBC’s “Talking Numbers” McDonald is professional risk advisor, speaker/writer and Senior Director at Newedge, a global agency broker and clearing firm. He thinks that the entire $3.7 trillion municipal bond market could be steering into huge trouble triggered by what is happening in Puerto Rico. The Interviewer asks “but Larry, if […]

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the Prelude in The Little Church on the Mountain

the Prelude in The Little Church on the Mountain

| May 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

The new year had just begun and, as every year, P. came to the chapel on the mountain to see his Master. It was getting dark and he had been driving for a couple of hours, but once he opened the door of his car, the ice cold wind woke him up for good. Taking […]

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Still in Love With Blackberry?

| April 17, 2012 | 1 Comment

If you bought shares of Blackberry-Manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) in 2008 on their peak at $148 per share, there’s probably nothing that company could come up with to console you. Yesterday’s trading closed at under $18. Whenever you’ve heard about RIM or Blackberry in the media over the past couple of months, it has […]

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Ricky Martin in Evita on Broadway: Loved It — Can Puerto Rico Rise Like Eva Peron?

| April 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

For the first time in over 30 years since the original West End Production at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita is showing these days on Broadway. It tells the story of Argentina’s Eva Peron, who rose from the slums of Argentina to the presidential mansion as […]

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A King Reclaiming His Kingdom: The Aleph by Paulo Coelho

| March 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet and in Kabbalah, the esoteric branch of Judaism, it relates to the origin of the universe, that one number that contains all others. In a short story named “The Aleph” by Jorge Luis Borges, it is explained as a point that contains everything. Everything. A point […]

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Modern Day Slavery — Say What?

| December 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Just a few days ago, on December 2nd, was the ‘International Day for the Abolition of Slavery’ – a day created by the United Nations. I wouldn’t have known, if I wasn’t following closely the activities of the Ricky Martin Foundation and their Executive Director, Bibiana Ferraiuoli, who published an article on the Huffington Post […]

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Montsegur 2010

Montsegur 2010

| February 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

All my plans in ruins. For hours now I’d been looking for that stone monument. I had driven through this little village at least thirty times on this monday afternoon and there was not even anybody on the street; the ONE street that lead through this village. I parked my car, got out into the […]

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(San)Tiago’s Dream

(San)Tiago’s Dream

| November 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

When Tiago knelt on the bank of the river Ebro, he felt exhausted and tired and tears were running down his cheeks. He stared into the water flowing by. Usually, that made him feel better, when he was fighting with doubt. As if the peace of the flowing water, was simply entering his mind and […]

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