255,833 persons will be eligible to vote in Thursday’s general election. This number was disclosed to caribbeansignal.com earlier tonight by an official from the Electoral & Boundaries Commission. There is also a possibility that an addendum will be made and that this number will increase by a very small amount. For comparison: 249,024 persons were eligible…

Read More Barbados Elections 2018: Record Breaking Numbers

Since the beginning of 2018, I’ve spent about 50 nights in hotels across the Caribbean. I thought it would be fitting to compile and share this post while in Antigua in transit. Some travel hacks for those frequent flyers, if I missed anything, please feel free to share: WiFi access in Antigua’s airport if not…

Read More Travel Hacks

My career in Information Technology spans 20 years. During that time, there have been a few perennial questions. One in particular stands out: How can I guarantee that my information is 100% secure? My answer is, and has always been, you can’t. There is no such thing as “100% secure.” In fact, in today’s hyper-connected…

Read More 100% Secure is a Myth. Risk cannot be Eliminated, only Reduced

Highlights from the Staff Concluding Statement of the 2018 Article IV Mission to Guyana: Economic growth slowed in 2017, but became more broad-based Weaker than expected export growth and higher oil prices contributed to current account balance turning negative Fiscal deficit remained stable in 2017 Medium-term prospects are stable (driven by oil production) Debt sustainability…

Read More Guyana: IMF Staff Concluding Statement of the 2018 Article IV Mission