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The US economy is drowning under the weight of its public and private debt.
But is it too soon to call the end of this financial, military and political empire? Only time will tell.
Either way, you need to make sure your investments are on the right side of the trade. These articles can help you do that.
Stagflation is a concept that boggles the mind. It’s about high inflation, yet stagnant wages. What does it mean for the future of America?
The US economy and the US government are both living on borrowed time. Blame it on tax cuts, rampant spending and rising inflation.
The American dollar is a success because we have a strong and stable system. But is it really? We go behind the myth, and what we find isn’t pretty.
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 Republican Party used to be about small government and balanced budgets. But now, under Trump, it’s embraced disastrous debt and inflation.
The American founding fathers were sceptical of democracy. It was about giving power to the mob. Recent events have just proven that to be true.
Now that the dust has settled on the midterms, we see the Democrats in control of the House and Trump’s power diminished. But will anything actually change?
The US may be looking like it is on a winning streak, but US consumers are basing future expectation on past performance. The problem with this thinking is that it is flawed.
It doesn’t matter whether you voted for Bush, Obama or Trump. We’re stuck in a cycle of Deep State politics. And there seems to be no way out of it.
To jump or not to jump out of a volatile market, that’s the question the mainstream is asking right now. What if you’re close to retirement and you’re just holding the market right now?
They promised us that the digital economy would keep us safe and make us more prosperous. But what if it’s just a new form of enslavement?
When the stock market responds to strong economic news with falls, it’s not a bullish sign, folks. Why? Because it means the Fed will continue raising rates.
Americans generally believe that the economy under Trump is galloping along at a fantastic pace. Sadly, that’s not the truth.