AS GAS PRICES FALL TO 12-YEAR LOW, SCHUMER CLAIMS GAS PRICES 'NEVER GO DOWN'
Is it folly to hold cash right now? Or brilliant? Have you moved a material percentage of your financial portfolio to cash? Have you become so concerned about the meteoric ramp upwards in asset prices that you find it wiser instead to move to the sid
Even the Fed put commercial real estate on its financial-stability worry list.
American statists are convinced that the modern-day United States is immune from an economic catastrophe arising from its welfare-state, regulated-economy way of life. They say that out-of-control federal spending and debt is nothing to be concerned
Supply-Side economics burst onto the economic policy scene in Washington, D.C., on September 21, 1975 in the Sunday Washington Star in an article I had written for US Representative Jack Kemp that provided a supply-side economic basis for his capital
Algorithms can dictate whether you get a mortgage or how much you pay for insurance. But sometimes they're wrong - and sometimes they are designed to deceive.
(Natural News) The Hawaii legislature recently passed a bill to explore the concept of implementing a universal basic income, or UBI, for its residents. The purpose, as its name implies, is to offer people who are seeking job retraining or who are on
This week, Rick Perry suggested an economic principle, specifically Say's Law on Markets. Was Perry's thinking sound? Did he deserve many of the criticisms that he received? Ron Paul weighs in on today's Myth-Busters.
One month after we reported that the "restaurant industry hasn't reported a positive month since February 2016", we can add one more month to the running total...
Since the Fed began raising interest rates in December 2015, financial market liquidity conditions have loosened considerably. Recall our post, Orwellian Monetary Policy, which we wrote in May.
Already, as an American, you are not free to spend your money as you see fit.
The discussion around the political economy of slavery has been one of the central debates in the academic study of the Peculiar Institution in the Antebellum South.
This morning, we are wondering: How dumb is the Fed? The question was prompted by this comment by former Fed insider Chris Whalen at The Institutional Risk Analyst blog...