The Supreme Court recently overruled previous decisions that said states couldn’t enforce a sales tax on companies without a physical location in their state. Now, online retailers must collect sales tax based on the consumer’s…
‘Net Demand’ fell from its peak in 1991, and doesn’t bottom until 2033. That means 42 years of falling trends in home prices, and likely more down the road farther. You can imagine that virtually…
We set aside this holiday to remember the millions of mostly young men who died in the service of our country. I don’t know the breakdown, but some portion volunteered, others were conscripted.
These statistics can be very revealing of trends in the US economy, which will be reflected globally. So let’s take a look.
Stocks rebounded nicely on Monday, despite the burgeoning trade war between the US and China. Nothing’s changed on that front. But no news was apparently good enough for a market bounce.
The latest Facebook data-mining (and data-losing) scandal is a complex story, no doubt, in that it’s not just about companies tailoring ads for you.
President Reagan beat Trump to it back during his time in the White House during 1981 through 1989. His tax cuts were, and are still, the largest seen in American history.
Market volatility over the past few weeks has been all about trade, specifically China and the US trading tariffs. Those worries haven’t abated.
There’s another side effect of this housing bubble. We’ve seen it in the bubbliest areas for years… Birth rates fall when bubbles make it even more unaffordable to raise a child.
Gold has been steadily down since the third test on 11 April. I first warned our Boom & Bust subscribers on 4 June that a break below the late 2016 rising trendline would likely trigger…
Here we are, with the second longest expansion in history, without a 20%-plus correction. By late August it will become the longest expansion…and CCC junk bonds show no signs of a recession as yields trickle…
The markets keep reacting to the escalations in trade tensions. People keep reacting to the no-tolerance policies on immigration, separating children from their parents.
How do millions of Americans pay their way — from education through retirement— if they aren’t accumulating assets?
The US essentially have more than seven months to negotiate with the Chinese before anything bad happens, and I think this window of time is exactly what the president is counting on.