Jan 23 2016

Americans are going to have their wallets rocked in 2016: 7.5 year global business cycle trumps central bank money printing.

Americans are already in the process of having their wallets devoured by shadow inflation and a system that is gutting the middle class like a turkey being stuffed for the oven.  We’ve been in recovery according to various money oracles since 2009 but all we got was a drop in the homeownership rate, stagnant incomes, […]

Jan 18 2016

The neo-Gilded Age: 62 richest people in the world have the same wealth as half the world. An economy for the 1 per cent.

The Gilded Age was a period in American history where the few had so much while the majority toiled away in pauper like conditions.  One of the reasons often cited for the Great Depression was massive wealth inequality.  Well today wealth inequality is at levels that rival the pre-Depression era.  And for those of you […]

Nov 12 2014

The modern day Gilded Age of wealth: Top 0.1 percent now have more wealth than bottom 90 percent.

Wealth inequality is an extremely touchy subject. The main catalyst for “change” in the recent election had to do with most Americans being dissatisfied with the economy. But how can people be unhappy if the stock market is at a peak and housing values are going up? The reason for this is that most Americans […]

Oct 11 2014

The stock market is finally recognizing severe global volatility: Stock market has worst performance in two years.

Volatility in the market came roaring back this week.  Stocks had their worst weekly performance in two years.  It was hard to understand given the interconnected nature of the markets how little of an impact was being had in US stocks when global markets and governments are facing dramatic challenges.  The markets are slowly coming […]

Jun 24 2014

The chasm between the real economy and stock market: Baltic Dry Index down 60 percent and CNBC viewership near record lows. Where is the wealth in the US?

There is a continuing divide between the stock market and what is happening in the US economy. Many of the S&P 500 companies derive a large portion of their profits from growth abroad and many companies have increased their bottom-line by slashing wages, hours, and benefits domestically. Not exactly a plus for working and middle […]

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