Financial expert Carlos Cortez joined Stew on the show.
One would think that in a nation founded on liberty that we'd be free to spend more on personal consumption than the government takes from us. But that's not the case.
The last time Americans were this turned off by the U.S. housing market, borrowing costs were over five times the current rate.
There has been considerable discussion in the past couple of months about the rate of inflation in the United States, and polls now show that 85 percent of Americans are concerned about inflation.
If there ever was a time when you could see a trend solidly in motion, now is it.
The Federal reserve says that inequality is a problem. At the same, the Fed also pretends to have nothing to do with it.
For the first time in nine months, the government CPI data came in under expectations. Prices rose by 0.3% last month, just below the 0.4% projection.
Treasury Department Seeks to Track Financial Transactions of Personal Bank Accounts Over $600
Reader Michael made a very good suggestion about putting some food buckets up and having them handy to give out to folks who are having hard times.
Jeff Gundlach Warns "History Books Won't Say Inflation Was Transitory", Remains Long-Term Dollar Bear
When Critical Parts Are On "Indefinite Back Order", The Machine Grinds To A Halt
The great financial historian, Charles Kindleberger, pointed out in the 1970s that over several centuries, history showed there was a financial crisis about once every ten years.
As we warned last week, profit warnings are coming thick and fast from American companies as they come to grips with Delta-fearmongered-demand weakness and COVID-scare-driven supply-chain chaos that is anything but transitory.
I have been writing this letter for 22 years. Sometimes I look into the future and other times merely try to explain the present. Today I'm going to look at several possible futures.
A lot of investors are disappointed in gold. After all, many buy gold because of inflation. Even with rapidly rising prices, the yellow metal hasn't delivered as you might expect. During his virtual speech for the Money Show, Peter Schiff explains