Posts tagged with: rethinking the dollar

There is a lot of talk about the “unemployment rate” these days, but the way that it is calculated has become so convoluted that it is not really that meaningful anymore.  Even during the so-called “good times”, more than 100...
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Many people are warming up to the idea of digital currency in a cashless society due to coronavirus because going touch free is cleaner than cash. Many businesses are already moving to make digital currency the only form of transaction...
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Gerald Celente is Founder of the Trends Journal, a weekly, multi-media resource providing analysis & trend forecasts no other news outlet delivers. What’s going on? What does it mean? What’s next? Knowledge is power....
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The Federal Reserve held interest rates near zero on Wednesday and indicated that it expected to maintain that level until the end of 2022....
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Today John Feneck joins us on RTD to share his thoughts on the economy and why we should expect tremendous volatility before the November election....
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Lenders saw a surge of borrowers skipping credit card or car loan payments in April, raising concerns that the coronavirus crisis will soon result in a wave of defaults. (Are You Surprised???)...
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The Federal Reserve is close to standing up two corporate lending programs that could buy up to $750 billion in debt and exchange-traded funds under its emergency coronavirus actions....
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COVID-19 has created an enormous amount of fear, and that fear is doing far more damage to the economy than the actual virus is. ...
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In my last article I referred to how since fears of Covid-19 in the UK took root in March, cash usage has fallen dramatically. Whilst the drop off has been substantial, the trend of cash payments being in decline is long established....
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Have you ever wondered how the ultra-rich protect their wealth?...
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