100 years ago, World War I ended with 37 million people dead. Have we learned the hard lessons since then? Or is history simply doomed to repeat itself?
The coverage about Brett Kavanaugh has reached a feverish pitch. But we should remember that the real crisis in America is about money mismanagement.
The US government is the largest player in the financial markets. It is the biggest spender. So when it acts irresponsibly, the consequences can be dire.
Right now, Turkey is sinking under a crushing wave of bad debt and lousy credit. This is an ominous warning for America’s own lack of fiscal discipline.
From Turkey to Argentina to Nicaragua — credit is disappearing fast, but debt stubbornly remains. What does the future hold for our stock portfolio?
Donald Trump has just declared a trade war on Turkey. Is this the beginning of a financial contagion that will lead to a terrible outcome?
What do strongman leaders like Recep Erdoğan and Donald Trump have in common? Well, they love low interest rates. But how low is too low?