The US dollar is fake money. And the Fed lends it out at fake rates. This is why corporate, consumer, and government debt is so high.
The latest numbers are in. Everything from job growth to GDP growth is looking rosy. But let’s not get too confident about our prospects just yet.
The media is caught in a frenzy. Who has ratted out the Trump administration? It’s a circus that hints at much deeper problems with the American economy.
We used to think that President Trump would act as the Great Disrupter and drain the swamp in Washington. But that’s not going to happen now.
As we take a trip to provincial France and observe the relics of a fallen empire, let’s think about what the past can teach us about credit and debt.
Trump believes that the way to make America great again is for the feds to borrow even more money. But what are the consequences of doing this?
Donald Trump and Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell are at odds with each other. They want different things. What does this mean for the US economy?
One by one, Trump’s closest allies are turning on him. And what’s worse is that the US economy is looking shakier than ever. How bad can things get?
Trump has made America great again. Or has he? Let’s look at the debt and inflation figures that the White House would prefer to keep hidden.
From Turkey to Argentina to Nicaragua — credit is disappearing fast, but debt stubbornly remains. What does the future hold for our stock portfolio?