Nov 25 2012

Is College Worth the Price and Debt? Private student loans make up $150 billion of the $1 trillion in outstanding student debt. Private student loans grow hand and hand with for-profit institution growth.

Few will ever argue that getting an education is a worthy goal.  College is seen as the gateway to a better life and mobility into the middle class.  The middle class has been shrinking while the cost of attending college has skyrocketed.  The cost to attend college has far outstripped any sensible economic measure and […]

Aug 21 2012

Do not be lulled by the siren call of inflation – The slow decline in living standards. Gas is up 100 percent over last 8 years while income has fallen.

Inflation has a slow methodical way of eroding the purchasing power of what sits in your bank account.  The Federal Reserve is doing all it can to create asset inflation to allow banks to offload inflated assets onto the market so they can repent for the financial sins created during the credit bubble.  Unfortunately there […]

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