Dan Denning

Dan Denning is the co-author of The Bonner-Denning Letter.

Dan was a founder of Port Phillip Publishing back in 2005, which quickly became the leading publisher of its kind for independent financial research and insights. In 2014 he left to head up Southbank Investment Research in the UK. Dan is also the author of the 2005 book, The Bull Hunter. Today, he’s based in his home state of Colorado. Each Monday in The Rum Rebellion you’ll get Dan’s unique contrarian thinking to provide insights you won’t find anywhere else.

Dan Denning’s belief in free markets, sound money, personal liberty, and small government have underpinned everything he’s done during his 23 years in the financial publishing industry.

The Law of Parsimony

The clowns, charlatans, Marxists, and morons in charge of US fiscal and monetary policy will tell you that inflation is ‘transitory’. They’ve claimed that people saved up during the pandemic,

The Mandela Effect

No such thing happened (in this timeline). Mandela was released from prison in 1990. He won the Nobel Peace Prize a year later and was then elected president of South Africa in 1994.

A Public Service Announcement

This is a public service announcement. All those ‘new freedoms’ you have now that lockdowns are over? They aren’t new. You had them before. They are your natural rights as a human being.

The Outlaw Life

Someday the pandemic will end. But it will quickly be replaced by a ‘climate crisis’. And many of the ‘emergency’ measures put in place to control you during the pandemic will be used again.

Money Wars and Energy Dreams

The last one — the argument that the age of fossil fuels is over and we’ll all miraculously move to a ‘net-zero’ emissions world within 20 years — is the one that’s made energy stocks…

Common Prosperity, Uncommon Brutality

That phrase ‘common prosperity’ is one the CCP has used to criticise China’s superstar CEOs like Ma. In a collectivist political economy, you can’t celebrate or venerate individual success or brilliance.

The Tide Is Turning Australia

We interrupt Australia’s slow-motion descent into medical fascism to report on a big story from China. Greg Canavan reported on the looming collapse of property developer Evergrande last week.

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