The widening wealth gap between the haves and the have-nots has been a scarcely discussed topic in the traditional media. Whether the fat cats who own the mega-media outlets want to suppress this discussion, I’ll leave up to you to decide...
Lower sales and increased inventory have produced a startling trend in the housing market: sales of existing homes have declined for six consecutive months.
October 19, 1987: if you’re old enough to remember this day, then you will likely never forget it. It’s the day the stock market collapsed, but it wasn’t just any collapse.
Isn’t so funny to see the mainstream media talking heads bashing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies lately. These were the same commentators touting Bitcoin as “digital gold” and spouting off astronomical price predictions last year, when cryptos were climbing and there were more ICOs than you could shake a stick at.
Ever since the U.S. Senate passed a $700 billion bailout bill in October of 2008, granting big banks carte blanche to overspend and overleverage while Main Street languished, I’ve lost all faith in our government to actually govern in any meaningful way.