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.
Republicans and Democrats are usually at loggerheads. But now the feds are working together to boost government spending. These are extraordinary times.
Everything is going according to plan. That is, if the Federal Reserve’s plan is to leave the U.S. economy a godforsaken wreck.
Amidst all the speculation and hysteria, we’ve missed one important fact: the coronavirus has been contained in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
The Federal Reserve has boosted available repo lending to $175 billion. That’s a huge increase in debt to fight the coronavirus slowdown.
New Zealand’s housing market is broken. People are getting deeper into debt just to keep afloat. This is actually ruining lives and destroying futures.
What’s developing in the America has been rehearsed for many years just south of the border. Just look at what happened to Argentina.
Interest rates are hitting record lows. That means it’s never been cheaper to borrow. But beware: debt is a double-edged sword.
Are you getting a mortgage? Watch out. Unless you structure your loan to suit your situation, you could end up paying a lot more interest than you need.
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.
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…
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…
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.