We have no real beef with the feds attempting to deal with the virus. We only take issue with the collateral damage they have inflicted in the process.
The US economy is drowning under the weight of its public and private debt.
But is it too soon to call the end of this financial, military and political empire? Only time will tell.
Either way, whilst the US is going through all of this you need to make sure your investments are on the right side of the trade.
It is a question that is asked a lot.
What industries will benefit and strive whilst they keep going into more debt?
If a financial crisis was to occur how can you sail through it?
These articles can help you do that.
Small businesses will get some coronavirus crumbs from this stimulus bill. But Big Government looks out for Big Business, not small business.
The situation in America is grim. The government will soon be spending over half of GDP. And they’ll destroy the rest in good time…
Is it really worth locking up millions of people to save the few? This is the awful dilemma that the coronavirus presents us.
The Fed is printing $125 billion a day to support the economy. And now Donald Trump is proposing another $2 trillion for infrastructure…
The feds are throwing fake money at an enemy they can’t beat: capitalism. But all the fake money in the world won’t create real wealth…
The losses in the Main Street economy are real. The feds can’t make them up. All they can do is create more fake wealth…
The obvious place for your money during this deflationary period is gold. Gold you can hold in your hands. That is, if you can get some…
This isn’t a post-WWII economy. Today, because of the coronavirus, stocks are coming off the biggest bull market in history.
When you start down that long, lonesome inflation highway, it’s very hard to turn around. Each stimulus brings on another crisis.
This was a generation that grew up in poverty and hunger, but still rose to greatness and changed the world. Here’s why their heroism can inspire us today.
The feds want to pump more stimulus into the American economy. But real money is not unlimited. And when the limits are passed, bad things begin to happen.
How does America’s coronavirus response compare with what we saw during the Spanish flu of 1919? Well, frankly, it’s far more chaotic.
This crisis is reaching boiling point. The economy is shutting down. Neither businesses, households, nor the government will be able to pay their bills.