Tag Archives: Depression
The stock market has experienced its first “correction” (down 10%) in well over a decade. It’s been the longest “Bull” run in U.S. history, so don’t panic – at least not yet. Coronavirus is not as deadly as the flu. Whether it’s politics, rumors of wars, plagues or business failures corrections usually come every year […]
44 Minute Video – What Does A Quadrillion Dollars Look Like? $1,000,000,000,000,000.00! Spare Change Anyone? Here’s An Analysis You Should See & For Which You Should Prepare!
A Dollar Collapse? Jim Rickards has been a consultant to the CIA, White House, the Congress, and Federal Reserve. He’s an insider who should not be ignored. The below book links are listed in chronological sequence from their publishing dates – Recommended Reading: The Death Of Money A New Case For Gold The Road […]
There’s a reason for all of these store closures. It’s one of two reasons. Either the retailers don’t know how to operate a profitable business which is not likely, Or, the retail consumer has no money to spend. It is most likely the latter reason. If so, why do they not have money? Obamacare […]