Thomas Jefferson believed that the secret to American happiness was non-interference in the affairs of others. How are we faring so far?
Should you prepare your wealth for inflation, deflation, or some measure of both?
Over the past 3 decades inflation has caught most of us by surprise.
Money that you had kept in the bank with term deposits over the decades has decreased considerably in value by the time of 20th century.
Many people would have lost capital.
This shows that we can’t turn a blind eye to inflation.
We have to prepare ourselves for how we can benefit from our savings.
Instead of having all of our savings just sitting in a bank.
Here you’ll find some interesting perspectives on the steps you should take to keep your portfolio afloat.
The Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has run into serious turbulence. Here’s why this issue is just a prelude of something much worse.
America won’t be the first nation ruined by a corrupt elite, runaway spending, and a too-powerful military. The formula is classic.
How come the Deep State is out to get Donald Trump? It’s a complicated answer, but it comes down to greed and mismanagement.
As we showed, the man from Queens has turned out to be the best friend the Swamp and military-industrial complex ever had.
Everybody loves an economic expansion. Probably none more so than Trump. But is he actually overreaching by taking credit for it?
A central banker should be passive…unnoticeable…and immovable, like a rock…dumb and reliable. But the European Central Bank is breaking all these rules.
Let’s face it: our financial situation is bad, and it’s getting worse. Neither the president nor the people aiming to replace him have a good plan.
This morning, Thanks to the Fed, there will be more money than there was yesterday. And yesterday, there was more than the day before.
Opportunity cost is what you give up in terms of money when you make one decision over another. Here’s what it’s actually costing you…
The Nobel Prize receives a great deal of press and attention. But is it really all that it’s cracked up to be? Here’s why this year’s winners are overrated.
Are you hoping to retire on the new money coming from the Federal Reserve? Well, guess what. You are likely to be seriously disappointed.
The amounts are staggering. But the process is old and familiar. As the feds interferes in markets, opportunities for corruption multiply.
The Fed is injecting money into the system as part of its ‘reserve management’ programme; it began this week with $7.5 billion.