It may be right that Trump’s emphasis on fiscal policy and infrastructure is going to kick-start confidence.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
Trump brings a new energy.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
My preference [considering geopolitics] is for the USA [above China and Russia].— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Prof Nick Binedell of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (Gibs).
Binedell analysed the shock victory of soon-to-be President Donald Trump.
Listen to Binedell’s analysis in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
There are systems and restrains in place.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
Nobody can impose their will upon the world that easily.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
Donald Trump is an excellent communicator.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
There is something about the US that is magical.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
The US is a very important ally of South Africa.— Prof Nick Binedell, Gibs
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