The End of the Longest Running War in the Americas

By Nick Giambruno Drug cartels. Kidnappings. Assassinations. A war for billions in cocaine profits. Leftist guerrillas looking for a piece of the action. If you’ve seen a movie with this stuff in it, there’s a good chance it was set in … [Read more...]

Can Argentina Capitalize On Its Vast Shale Reserves?

Argentina, once a regional energy leader, is now better known for financial busts and bombastic politicians than hydrocarbons prospects. Still, with a resource potential both vast and untapped, the nation has never been far from energy investors' … [Read more...]

Argentina Coming Apart at the Seams… Again

As you've probably heard Argentina has defaulted on it's Sovereign debt. This is the second time in 12 years that Argentina is defaulting. Of course the Kirchner Government is trying to blame the U.S. for their troubles by saying that it is our … [Read more...]

Chile is on the Cusp

Like many places around the world, Chile has seen its fair share of ups and downs over the last few decades. Just over a generation ago, you would have been absolutely mad to come to Chile. Back then, the country was experiencing wild inflation and … [Read more...]

Life in Argentina

A Glimpse of Life from the Other Side of the Wall By David Galland, Managing Director Casey Research Argentines have a phrase, "mi lugar," for when you find your special place in this world – the perfect combination of place and people that … [Read more...]

Trends: Argentina’s Finances Going Bust Again?

Over the years Argentina has had it's share of financial problems... the majority of them of their own making. They have nationalized oil companies, repudiated debt and suffered hyperinflation. Where are they headed now? Argentina Politics One of … [Read more...]