In the third quarter of 2019, one in which the global economy continued to cycle lower, global central banks across the world continued to slash interest rates and launched/expanded quantitative easing programs with very little success at troughing g
Wealthy people around the globe are hunkering down for a potentially turbulent 2020, according to UBS Global Wealth Management.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott of The Liberty Advisor about the fall of the Manhattan retail industry and moreover, the collapse of the global retail industry as the everything bubble bursts.
Fed Chair Powell is due to testify to the Congressional Joint Economic Committee at 1100 ET today.
Host Ernest Hancock and guest John Sneisen (The Economic Truth) In Studio for to re-cap the Red Pill Expo held this past weekend in Mesquite, NV; also will go over economic issues, news, etc...
Fannie Mae's home purchase sentiment index declined 2.7 points in October. Only 21% of Americans say now is a good time to buy a home. The U.S. housing market is on shaky ground as consumer sentiment begins to sour.
Corporate profits are worse than you think. In a recent post, I discussed the deviation of the stock market from corporate profitability. To wit: "If the economy is slowing down, revenue and corporate profit growth will decline also. Howe
Bruce Fenton = RavenCoin - John Sneisen (The Economic Truth) In Studio to discuss economic and freedom issues...
Paul Krugman coined the term "zombie ideas" to describe "policy ideas that keep getting killed by evidence, but nonetheless shamble relentless forward, essentially because they suit a political agenda."
Diana West (Journalist) comes on the show to discuss her latest book, The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy - Tim Picciott (Wealth Manager @ Innovative Advisory Group) and John Sneisen (The Economic Truth)
California isn't the only thing that's burning: hedge funds invested in PG&E are slowly watching their cash go up in smoke.
Prepare for the coming wealth transfer
Walking through Times Square, the phrase that kept popping into my head was: spontaneous order.
POWERFUL VIDEO: YOU ARE THE SLAVE PROPERTY OF A CORPORATION CALLED THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Using the old measure, California ranks considerably better, because, of course, nominal incomes in California are considerably higher than in rural states and many other regions with much lower costs of living. Poverty rates in places like Mississip
The Agriculture Department projects that farm incomes will reach $88 billion in 2019 but nearly 40% of that -- $33 billion -- will come from trade aid, disaster assistance, the farm bill and insurance indemnities, according to a new report by the A
The consequences of the last decade of cheap capital and artificially low interest rates are rearing their ugly head in the restaurant industry - and they're just in time for a nice global consumer spending slowdown.
Today's latest quarterly refunding announcement was closely watched for any commentary on how the Treasury may respond to the Fed's...
While the assumption is that Fed officials (having passed on the opportunity to lean against dovish market expectations) would not shock the market and vote to keep rates unchanged (96% odds and Fed has never surprised at that level), that's precisel
Three years after Donald Trump campaigned for president pledging a factory renaissance, the opposite appears to be happening.
Years ago, markets used to pay a lot of attention to the money supply and trade deficits. Now, these numbers barely get a passing mention. In his latest podcast, Peter Schiff said he thinks what is old will become new again and trade deficits and mon