...For At Least Two Years
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John Sneisen and Tim Picciott CFP® CRPC® breakdown the shadow QE efforts the FED is employing to hold the economy together. They also discuss the effect share buybacks have had on the market and how some companies like GE have wasted Billions in p
Which probably explains why moments ago, the Fed surprised market watchers who were expecting the Fed to continue conducting only overnight repos, but announcing that not only would it conduct overnight $75 Billion repos every day from Monday until
As I pointed out in this week's #PropagandaWatch video, the stock market is often portrayed in the financial media as a magical crystal ball that can predict the future and see into the hearts and minds of men.
Tulsa, Oklahoma offers $10,000 to any remote worker who moves to the city. And to sweeten the deal, they are throwing in a free membership at a co-working space.
Also, the employment data contradicts the logic of Trump's tariff policy. According to CNBC, while there are about 200,000 workers in the steel, aluminum and iron industries, there are 6.5 million people employed by businesses that use steel. This
This week, the Trump Administration issued a 150-page report on banking regulations. If Trump gets his way, as much as $2 trillion in funds will be "unlocked" for banks to lend out. Banks were forced to "lock" those funds away after the last financia
What happens when you combine tax cuts with massive increases in domestic and military spending? A debt tsunami. With the waters churning around Donald Trump's "guns and butter" approach, can Congress be counted on to step in and rein in spending?
"Too big to fail" became a household phrase during the financial crisis, when bailouts in 2008-2009 provided a safety net for the crumbling global banking system.
Central-bank stimulus and strong earnings from the largest technology companies combined to give U.S. stocks their fourth straight weekly gain and propel the Standard & Poor's 500 toward its best month since 2011.
In October 2011, things were looking bleak at Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s commodities business. Revenue was down, competition was up, employee attrition was at an all-time high and new regulations were on the horizon.
Denver, CO - Marijuana businesses in the state of Colorado are donating large sums of money to have stretches of Denver highways cleaned up.
Apple has purchased yet another company to bolster its mapping and navigation efforts.
Before he became a Maasai chief, it was "William" Kikanae Ole Pere's childhood dream to make life better for his community in Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya. As a child, he wanted to build a school closer than the one 12 miles away, which he and his
Bitcoin is everywhere, but the fledgling virtual currency still has a long way to go before your grandparents are using it too.
The success of the Digital Currency Council (DCC) is exciting and timely for everyone involved in, and everyone who will become involved in, the digital currency economy.