Have you tried disconnecting from technology recently? You really should give it a go. It could be a refreshing break from fake news.
Were you talking about stocks even over the Christmas holidays? Chances are, you’re hoping for an even bigger return in 2020.
Is gold a better Christmas gift than cash? It wasn’t that long ago that we were convinced that inflation would destroy the value of the dollar.
Alan Greenspan is a name you will surely recognise. His tenure at the Federal Reserve saw the rise of easy-money policies. Here are the consequences.
Have you ever wondered how Bill Bonner’s Diary got started? Dear Readers, here’s the unlikely story of our journey from humble beginnings.
Let’s face it: we admire the rich almost as much as we envy them. But during this Christmas season, does their spending actually benefit the rest of us?
Today, we’re taking a break from the world of finance and politics. Let’s take a lighthearted look instead at the wedding of the year.
All you have to do is follow the money, and you’ll start to see what’s wrong with America today. Fake trade deals. Escalating debt. Bad promises.
As interest rates drop, borrowing increases. It becomes easier and easier to get into debt. But is this addiction a healthy one?
Just a generation ago, negative interest rates would have been unthinkable. But that’s the reality we’re seeing today, with dire consequences.
Inflation is rising in the United States, fuelled by low interest rates and fake money. How much more can the economy bear?
It’s a sad day. Paul Adolph Volcker, the last honest chairman of the Fed, has just passed away. America certainly needed more men like him.
Is the American economy in the late stages of a boom? We’re seeing negative interest rates, mounting debt, and sinking consumer confidence.
Baltimore lives on the edge of civility…like a city on the frontier of the Sahara, gradually being taken over by the desert.