Imagine consulting a smartphone app next time you become ill… Or being operated on by a robot, controlled by a surgeon that’s not even in the same room?
Another crisis is coming. We can be sure of it. Because the problem behind the crisis of 2008 — fake money, fake interest rates, fake economy — was not corrected.
Those are the people who really control the government and most of our largest institutions. Together, they will shakedown the rest of us.
The Fed will never, ever return to normal market-discovered interest rates — at least, not willingly. There are too many precious orchids in that hothouse.
Earnings down for five straight quarters. Stocks up for five straight quarters. Do stock market investors know something the rest of us don’t?
America’s crime-fighting techniques were the subject of one of our Diary entries last week. Readers did not like our comparison of Dublin to Baltimore — not even tongue in cheek.
Since the 1970s, spending on prisons in the US has gone up three times as fast as spending on education.
So use this period to your benefit. If you’ve been thinking about adding some gold stocks to your portfolio, now is the time to act.
Their adult lives were marked by the credit cycle, and their careers shaped by ballooning debt. And now almost the entire world economy depends on low rates.
The more wealth and power the elite sucks out of a stagnant system, the more the typical citizen feels trapped and robbed. The Brexit vote was an attempt to escape.
For European leaders, though, Brexit paves an opportunity for greater integration. Without the UK throwing its (often unwanted) weight around.
Yes, dear reader, it looks as though the Fed’s zero-interest-rate policy has finally lost its myth magic.
Gold priced in Aussie dollars reached a high of $1,806 an ounce overnight, before selling off sharply as markets reversed course.
Janet Yellen, Ben Bernanke, Alan Greenspan — they have been called the ‘heroes’ of the world monetary system. Are they really?
Tommy may be the only voter to see Sanders’ shorter life expectancy as a campaign plus. But he’s not the only one to see that it doesn’t matter what Sanders thinks or wants.