We take it for granted that the American empire will always remain dominant. But watch out. It’s already in decline and locked in a destructive cycle.
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.
As the American empire degenerates, the military ceases to serve the homeland at all. It serves only itself. How did it come to this?
Is America doing as great as they say it is? Look a little closer at the numbers. We’re in the third longest, weakest growth period in U.S. history…
Depending on who’s on the ballot, Democrats and Republicans may have trouble voting party lines. Which political candidate should we go for?
America was once a nation of financial virtue. We remember the last president who endeavoured to do what was right…and the madness that came after…
Advancements in technology no longer make our lives better. Instead, they waste our time and money. Just look at the tidal wave of distractions around us.
The Federal Reserve knows that the fake boom depends on more and more fake money. It’s a reckless addiction, and here’s why it won’t stop.
We tend to take the dominance of America’s empire for granted. It’s big, benevolent, and eternal. But, increasingly, there are signs of decay.
We tend to take debt and deficits for granted. But, believe it or not, America did not always play it so loose and fast with the economy.
We think of America and Argentina as being polar opposites. One is a strong nation. The other is struggling. But the differences are actually shrinking now.
Look at the hard numbers. President Trump’s economy is actually worse off than Obama’s…during a recession. How can that be?
Trump is beating his chest and hailing the return of American supremacy. But is this true? Look closer, and you’ll find an uglier picture.
The global economy is defying the odds. Despite fears of a pandemic, people are still investing, and the markets are rallying.
Driven by fear of the coronovirus, China has injected $57 billion worth of liquidity into its economy. Here’s why it’s a mistake.