Don Quijones (DQ for short) has been writing about financial, economic and political trends and developments since 2012. His favorite stomping grounds include banking misconduct, corporate sovereignty issues, the euro debacle, Spanish politics and history, and Mexico. His work has been regularly featured on his own blog, Rigged Game; WOLF STREET, where he is a senior editor; Naked Capitalism; Business Insider and Zero Hedge, among other places.
DQ was born and raised in the UK but has been living in Barcelona, Spain, since the year 2000, and is a frequent visitor to his beloved country in law, Mexico. He has also traveled widely in South America, in particular Argentina and Bolivia, as well as France, where he has worked for brief stints in over 10 cities. He is fluent in Spanish, conversant in French and will one day speak Catalan (at least that’s what he keeps saying).
Don Quijones holds a B.A. in history and economics from a fairly decent British university and is a certified teacher of Business English and Communication. He is also a long-serving ghost writer and translator for a well-respected business and economics journal. In his spare time he likes to watch films, read novels, play poker, listen to music, drink vermouth and loiter around Barcelona with his beautiful wife, La Doña. Don Quijones, Rigged Game.