Oct 11 2012

Standard of living, meet falling US dollar – how a falling US dollar benefits banks at the expense of working Americans.

There is certainly a cost to a falling US dollar.  Many Americans are living the consequences of this multi-decade long trend.  The Federal Reserve has only added fuel to this trend but many families are now realizing that there does come a cost to unrelenting debt based solutions to fiscal problems.  Shopping at the local […]

Jun 8 2009

Tracking the Great Recession: Global Industrial Output and World Stock Markets Following the Great Depression.

How the investing world quickly forgets.  If we go back into the distant future of March 2009, you would remember that on a panic filled day, the S&P 500 flirted with the 666 low.  Since that day, the S&P 500 has rallied an astonishing 41 percent in only a 3-month period.  Yet as astonishing as […]

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