There are no extreme "fixes" to secular declines in sales, profits, employment, tax revenues and asset prices.
It's been more than 10 years since the last economic recession. Since the U.S. economy generally operates in cycles, it looks like the time is drawing near for another.
FOMC minutes show greater risks to the U.S. economy from the global growth slowdown and muted inflation readings.
Those who own stocks and housing now will continue getting richer, those who don't will be priced out of these markets.
Those who own stocks and housing now will continue getting richer, those who don't will be priced out of these markets. A classified Federal Reserve memo sheds new light on the Fed's confidence in its control of the economy and the stock and housi
"Eviction Crisis" Parallels The Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis Of The Great Recession
Last week, the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury bill fell below that of the 3-month note for the first time since 2007. This is what everyone calls an Inverted Yield Curve, and is seen as an early indicator of a recession. In that regard, it is con
Monday's "recession off" optimism lasted just one day, and global markets and US equity futures are once again falling as yields resume their slide and the US yield curve inverts further.
RedFin puts out a monthly home sales report, which contains a lot of great data. The chart below shows Feb 2018 year-over-year price growth, which was off the charts, compared to Feb 2019 year-over-year growth, which was very weak.
"Slowing international macroeconomic conditions" is just a fancy way to say that the global economy is in big trouble. For months, I have been warning that economic conditions are deteriorating, and we just keep getting more confirmation that we
Peter Schiff, the CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc., has said that we, as Americans, are not "borrowing ourselves rich" as the majority believes. In fact, as with all borrowing, it's only making us broke.
...our birthright is being sold out from under us so that power-hungry politicians, greedy military contractors, and bloodthirsty war hawks can make a hefty profit at our expense.
Tim Picciott (Crypto Self Direct; Wealth Manager) and Matt McKean (Energy CEO; Finance/Market Dynamics) on Trump's border wall issues; Elon Musk - Dr Judy Mikovits (PhD, Molecular Biology) on an Independent Vaccine Safety Commission; FDA's push for M
David Morgan a big-picture thinker and his main focus is--educating people about honest money and the benefits of a sound financial system. His ideas can be seen in the movie Four Horsemen. I'll have to check that out. I know I've heard about i
- US Manufacturing Survey Plunges To 26-Month Lows
Jay Carpenter (Founder Desert Blockchain) on IPFS, Blockchain development, cybersecurity, and the Internet of Things - Dr Phranq Tamburri = Disney - John Sneisen (The Economic Truth) on Plunge Protection, How the Monetary System Enslaves Us...
In this client video, Tim goes over several key pieces of data that the mainstream media and economist seem to be ignoring. If you want to take a step inside the thought process of your advisor, this video will give you a good handle on what's reall
The unemployment rate has been a perfect forecaster of a recession in the past 70 years, and it appears to be edging closer to triggering that signal. "It's never been wrong. It's something to watch," said Joseph Lavorgna, chief economist fo
The Warnings Get Louder As Worldwide Economic Numbers Continue To Deteriorate
Auto loan delinquencies are well below the great recession. But they are well above the years prior to the recession.
More than 500 hundred chateaux have been abandoned at the Burj Al Babas luxury housing development in Turkey after its developer filed for bankruptcy last November. The homes were crafted for wealthy Gulf investors in Turkey's northern Bolu provinc
We're way overdue for a sell-everything recession, one that the Fed will only make worse by pursuing its usual policies of lowering interest rates and goosing easy money.
Eariler this week, when the San Fran Fed published a paper that suggested that the recovery would have been stronger if only the Fed had cut rates to negative, we proposed that this is nothing more than a trial balloon for the next recession/depressi