If you are too young to have been alive during the 1970s, you might want to read up on that decade, because current economic conditions are starting to become eerily similar to what we experienced back then.
Biden's economic adviser pushes for a 'global minimum corporation tax' to keep the U.S. competitive worldwide and make sure companies pay their 'fair share' as president vows to raise rates
One of the most important things we've learned over the past year is the vulnerability of global supply chains. Most notably, supply disruptions of lumber have catapulted prices to the moon.
March 31 gave us a statement on the American Jobs Plan, and April 28 saw President Joe Biden speak on it to the American people (well, roughly 8 percent of the American people). The goal of the law is the following:
"There Are No Stabilizers Left" - Cooperman Warns That Next Market Crash Will Make Traders "Heads Spin"
The prices of raw materials used to make almost everything are skyrocketing, and the upward trajectory looks set to continue as the world economy roars back to life.
The worsening precarity of the millennial generation has been a hot topic for the financial press over the last year, and it hasn't failed to disappoint.
Biden Proposes $4-TRILLION for Expanded Government, Child Care, and Tax-Paid Community College
Biden Mass Spending Sparks WARNING Of Hyperinflation And Looming Market Crash, Gas Prices SKYROCKET. It seems that the bill from all the spending from democrats and republicans is about to come due
April saw gold, bonds, and stocks (The Dow) all rise around 2% while the dollar fell around 2% against its fiat peers...
Nearly fifteen years ago, on December 10, 2006, the CEO of Senderra, a subprime mortgage lender owned by Goldman, Sachs, sent a grim report to its parent company. "Credit quality has risen to become the major crisis in the non-prime industry," Se
An International Man lives and does business wherever he finds conditions most advantageous, regardless of arbitrary borders.
This should dispel the notion...
IS THE COLLAPSE IMMINENT? - HISTORIC MONEY PRINTING WILL END IN DISASTER! - WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS?
THE MASS EXODUS FROM THE WEST COAST IS DRIVING HOME PRICES IN IDAHO TO INSANE LEVELS
Liz Harris comes on to discuss the Arizona Election Fraud Audit - Arthur Kanegis (Producer) comes on to talk about "THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY - Gerald Celente (American Trend Forecaster, Publisher of Trends Journal, Business Consultant, Author) provide
"People are losing confidence in economic management. People are less likely to hold US dollars..."
...& The Democratic Party"
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The following article by David Haggith was published on The Great Recession Blog:
Because stock market performance is an important factor in U.S. Treasury behavior, I study it closely. I wrote a paper in 2012 that, among other things, examined the consistency (or actually inconsistency) of long-term S&P 500 performance.
We Need Some Serious Remodelling
As millions of renters across America continue to benefit from sweeping protections against eviction during the COVID-19 pandemic, their landlords haven't been so fortunate.
Biden will pitch a $1.8T plan that includes free universal pre-K, two years paid college tuition, 12 weeks of family leave and extended tax cuts for low and middle-income workers in his first address to Congress tonight
Ernest Hancock goes over the Freedom's Phoenix Headline News; Updates the LOVE Bus Liberty Tour -- Tim Picciott (The Liberty Advisor) gives the Economic Report; Off-grid/RV Living, communications, etc...
Join Ken McElroy and co-host Danille this week in a discussion about interest rates, the housing market, and how to get a great deal with your financing.
Phoenix and San Diego lead the charge in terms of price appreciation but as we note below, all major cities are seeing home price inflation at multiples of The Fed's mandate. Even the "cheapest" homes in America are growing at four times The Fed's in
In the weeks following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, costs of most of the food items found on the shelves of US grocery stores rose based on anticipated shortages...
Last Wednesday, we reported that based on recent earnings calls, "Companies Are Freaking Out About Soaring Costs" and today we got more confirmation of this in a Bank of America report...
Below, we consider two well-known names in modern markets, former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, and current value investing legend, Jeremy Grantham, co-founder of GMO Investment Strategies.