On behalf of Globtec Investment Group, I’d like to begin by thanking our investors for their continued support. Our cherished individual investors are – and will always remain – the foundation of our marketplace.
When I attended the 50th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland last week, the critical issue was climate change and how to approach the pressing climatic and environmental challenges that are damaging to our ecology and economy. Change is always a constant and is the elementary feature of our life, our environment and our economy. As long as this change is positive, it is actually not consciously perceived: a good feeling pervades us and we know that everything is going well. In contrast, negative changes are perceived much more clearly and ultimately guide the course of our decisions and actions.
Climate change and the associated warming of our earth is, of course, an elementary problem, which for every reasonable person who has children is one of the most important issues in life. But a change in the economy in the negative sense, i.e. the economic downturn of an entire region in terms of the individual worsening of its economic situation, is an equally important issue, especially since the effect is immediate rather than occurring in the distant future. We as human beings only have one way to counter this and that is to recognize causal relationships and work to improve our future with appropriate focus, determination and solutions…
Washington D.C. January 2020