Claptrap comes in many guises and disguises. Sometimes, it is based on inconsequential error. Sometimes, it is just bad judgment.
Should you prepare your wealth for inflation, deflation, or some measure of both?
Here you’ll find some interesting perspectives on the steps you should take to keep your portfolio afloat.
The cost of living has continued to rise. By the 21st century, the typical man had to work twice as long to buy an average house and an average car as he did in 1975.
Three times, the Dow has tried to beat its October 2018 high of 2,680. And three times, it has failed. This ‘triple top’ formation is a bad sign.
China has been providing Americans with low-cost goods for nearly 40 years…with trade barriers coming down steadily. Suddenly, the China trade is unacceptable.
Capitalists are conscious. They always try to get the outcomes they want…and they don’t mind cheating — when they can get away with it.
The Fed is ready to cut rates again — just like it was 2008. Republicans and Democrats are ready to spend, spend, spend…just as if they didn’t already have a trillion-dollar deficit…
The key to the whole financialisation scam is what it costs to buy a ticket to ride this train — the DebtBall Express — that pulled out of the station back in 1971.
The tax cut didn’t really cut the cost of government. It simply shifted it to debt…and onto the public and into the future. And now the future is coming into view.
Over the last 10 years, for every stock bought — in net terms — by the public, the corporations themselves bought nearly 50 of them.
Word on the street yesterday was that stocks were going up to record highs ‘on earnings.’ The casual listener was invited to believe that corporate America was earning more money; … Read More
We saw last week that the biggest burst of stimulus in the US — $3.6 trillion of quantitative easing (QE), negative real interest rates for 10 years, and deficits of $11 trillion — brought the…
Last week, a group of globalists had talks behind closed doors. In their hands is the concentrated power to create money, disturb financial markets and ruin household wealth.
The Trump tax cut was no real cut at all. The average person will save less than 2% on his tax bill. But his real cost of government went up — 10 times as fast.
The ‘stimulus’ programme is a wealth transfer scheme pretending to be economic policy. The Deep State, Washington, Wall Street, and The Swamp all benefit from it.