The United States once cultivated the world’s greatest economy. But it has already hit a brick wall, and signs of decline are evident.
Running an empire is tough. Just ask Napoleon when he led his soldiers into frozen hell. Is the American government about to do the same thing?
The Federal Reserve has just gone on another round of debt loading. That’s four straight months of borrowing. What is it leading to?
We have a enjoyed a record bull run. It’s the longest expansion of our economy since the Second World War. But there are signs now that it’s ending.
Amidst all the news about the Middle East and the British royals, we almost missed something important. The Fed has added billions of dollars more in debt.
Are we seeing the end of American empire? Escalating money problems and foolish foreign policy decisions are crippling our ability to see things clearly.
We take it for granted that America will remain a great country. But debt, inflation, and foreign policy mistakes are putting its superpower status at risk.
It’s a new year and a new decade. What does the road ahead look like for the American economy? If the past is any indication, it’s more debt and lies.
Here at the Diary, we sell ideas and recommendations. What you see is what you get. All we have to offer are words…sometimes sober, sometimes wild.
Is gold a better Christmas gift than cash? It wasn’t that long ago that we were convinced that inflation would destroy the value of the dollar.
Alan Greenspan is a name you will surely recognise. His tenure at the Federal Reserve saw the rise of easy-money policies. Here are the consequences.
Have you ever wondered how Bill Bonner’s Diary got started? Dear Readers, here’s the unlikely story of our journey from humble beginnings.
Let’s face it: we admire the rich almost as much as we envy them. But during this Christmas season, does their spending actually benefit the rest of us?
All you have to do is follow the money, and you’ll start to see what’s wrong with America today. Fake trade deals. Escalating debt. Bad promises.