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  • China Imploding… Is the U.S. Importing Recession from China?

    While China will likely see issues in the near future with their economy, they aren’t alone. The United States is starting to struggle itself, creating problems that could lead us into another recession. While it is normal to see dips in the market every five years, experts are predicting that this next recession could be […]

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  • What Does the U.S. Economic Future Hold Following Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Vote?

    Now that Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire voters have cast their ballots for presidential contenders, the 2016 race is officially underway. The next president will have a dramatic impact on the U.S. based on how he or she resolves — or fails to resolve — national social and economic issues. What does this mean in the long […]

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  • What Is the Fed Doing? It’s Worse Than Simply Printing Money

    What is money, really? Its main purpose is to serve as a consistent measurement of value that lets us more easily exchange goods and services. But quantitative easing via the Federal Reserve threatens this role that money plays and especially impacts the stable measurement that money provides. What is Quantitative Easing? Quantitative easing, or QE, is a […]

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  • Global Economic Forecast Gloomy Due to Debt, Worker Aging

    Global banks are worried. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)  has issued a dire warning through their monthly client advisory that says “Sell everything except high quality bonds” and predicts that this will be a “cataclysmic” year for markets. This extreme language in a bank communication to customers signals bad news for the global economy and investors. Why? […]

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