Apr 2 2012

The creeping cost of consumer inflation brought to you by a lower US dollar – Americans squeezed as inflation filters into the cost of daily life. The uncertain employment market of low wage work.

There are unintended consequences when policy aims at depreciating a currency in favor of bolstering an ailing banking system.  The Federal Reserve has been on a multi-decade mission to lower the value of the US dollar.  The primary purpose of this mission is to inflate banks into solvency as they try to work their way […]

Mar 15 2012

A shadow inflation hits shoppers through economic sleight of hand: Inflation and the hidden side of finances.

Anyone that shops realizes that the price of goods has only gone up.  Yet by how much is deceiving by economic chicanery.  The Federal Reserve has taken a baseball bat to the US dollar and the purchasing power of what Americans carry in their wallet.  Yet many Americans have been duped into thinking inflation has […]

Feb 11 2012

United States of Dollar Stores – dollar stores see a rise in households making $70,000 a year or higher as a customer base. What does the rise of dollar stores say about the middle class?

Before 2000 dollar stores were largely seen as a bazaar of quirky trinkets and plastic oddities.  Many sold excess volume of products, even selling old Super Bowl t-shirts of teams that did not win.  Yet the dollar store of today is not the one of even one decade ago.  The disillusionment of the middle class […]

Sep 4 2011

101 years of the most secretive central bank in history – Dollar has fallen over 90 percent since Fed was put into place. Fed running out of ammo with negative interest policy.

Few people realize how secretive the Federal Reserve operates even though it is the central bank to our financial system and wields a sword strong enough to be called Excalibur.  The Federal Reserve came about from a secretive meeting on Jekyll Island by some of the world’s top financiers back in 1910 including the powerful […]

May 29 2011

The secretive workings of the central banking syndicate – Federal Reserve balance sheet reaches another record. Fighting monetary inflation by creating it.

Central banks provide a mystical approach to solving economic problems although they were initially created to solve short-term financial panics.  The first central bank was the Bank of England which was established in 1694.  It started out as a private institution but eventually took on a monopoly over all banks in England (all private banks […]

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