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  • How Big Is The National Debt, Really?

    Published 30 March 2019 | viewed 2,576 times

    The United States is on a path to financial ruin, and everyone can see what is happening, but nobody can seem to come up with…

  • Don't Write Off Cryptocurrencies Just Yet

    Published 25 March 2019 | viewed 4,742 times

    Is Bitcoin doomed to failure? It is not hard to find commentary on the internet indicating that Bitcoin is bound to fail. The authors invariably point…

  • Is A Gold Breakout Near?

    Published 22 March 2019 | viewed 5,385 times

    The global economic outlook is deteriorating. Government borrowing in the deficit countries will therefore escalate. US Treasury TIC data confirms foreigners have already begun to…

  • The Feds Continue To Prop Up Equities Markets

    Published 21 March 2019 | viewed 4,044 times

    The bull market of the past decade since the Great Recession has been an unusual one: despite all of the economic damage that occurred during…

  • Champagne Sales Slow As European Economic Worries Grow Louder

    Published 20 March 2019 | viewed 6,190 times

    The economic toll of Britain's Brexit and France's "yellow vest" movement cooled French champagne sales in 2018 to its lowest level since 2004, private trade…

  • Ford CEO Gets Raise After Massive Layoff Round

    Published 18 March 2019 | viewed 1,468 times

    No sooner did news break that Ford will be laying off 5,000 workers in Germany than it was also reported that the company's CEO, Jim Hackett, saw his pay rise to…

  • $600 Billion At Risk As Boeing Fallout Continues

    Published 14 March 2019 | viewed 1,066 times

    New evidence shows that the Boeing Co. 737 MAX which crashed in Ethiopia on Sunday may have experienced similar technical difficulties as the 737 MAX…

  • Why Twitter's CEO Is Backing A New Bitcoin Boom

    Published 13 March 2019 | viewed 4,769 times

    Jack Dorsey, the billionaire co-founder of Twitter and Square, is at least consistent in his support for Bitcoin. He has remained unwavering in his belief, surely…

  • Trump Turns To Congress For Help Funding The Wall

    Published 11 March 2019 | viewed 789 times

    As part of his budget request to be released on Monday, President Trump will ask the Congress for an additional $8.6 billion to help pay…

  • Bezos Flips The Script In Amazon Supply Chain

    Published 08 March 2019 | viewed 3,753 times

    After Amazon successfully put a majority of its retail "brick and mortar" competitors out of business, it is now cracking down on its own supply…

  • More Banks Caught In Russian Money Laundering Scandal

    Published 05 March 2019 | viewed 1,280 times

      Are there any banks in Europe that haven't been tainted by the burgeoning Russian money laundering scandal? To wit, European banking shares tumbled on…

  • Central Banks Coming To Grips With Hard Brexit Reality

    Published 01 March 2019 | viewed 954 times

    With scarcely a month left until the date Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union, the monetary czars at the top of the world’s central banks…

  • Millennial Debt Soars Past $1 Trillion

    Published 26 February 2019 | viewed 1,231 times

    Debt held by Americans aged 19 to 29-years-old exceeded $1 trillion at the end of last year, according to Bloomberg, citing the New York Federal Reserve Consumer…

  • What's Behind New York's Struggling Housing Market?

    Published 18 February 2019 | viewed 1,093 times

    A torrid post-crisis recovery in the NYC housing market came to a screeching halt last year as a chasm opened up between what sellers were…

  • JP Morgan Launches A Cryptocurrency

    Published 14 February 2019 | viewed 1,612 times

    It seems like just yesterday that JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon bashed bitcoin as "a fraud" and warned it "won't end well" for investors (though he failed…

  • Return Of The Government Shutdown May Be Inevitable

    Published 07 February 2019 | viewed 4,159 times

    The mainstream economic community has a notoriously short attention span and a lack of long-term perspective. After the longest government shutdown in American history subsided, the…

  • Italy’s $1.7 Trillion Debt Could Threaten The EU

    Published 05 February 2019 | viewed 1,332 times

    Plagued by another run of bank bailouts and simmering tensions between the partners in its ruling coalition, Italy's brief reprieve following the detente between its…

  • The Case Of Venezuela's Vanishing Gold

    Published 30 January 2019 | viewed 4,882 times

    A spokesman for the Kremlin has denied rumors that the private Boeing 777 registered to Russia's Nordwind airline which landed in Caracas this week was…

  • Gold Climbs As Mixed Sentiment Weighs On Global Markets

    Published 29 January 2019 | viewed 1,079 times

    In a session that has seen global markets drift around ahead of a barrage of key events and gold climb to a seven-month high European…

  • Americans Are Not Ready For A Recession

    Published 24 January 2019 | viewed 1,966 times

    The brutal reality is that most Americans are not prepared for the next economic downturn or recession. The government shutdown is highlighting just how much Americans rely…