We know whom inflation hurts the most: the elderly, people on a fixed income, and those living paycheque to paycheque — which in Canada and the US means most of the population. So, who can inflation benefit? Experienced debtors. The richest among us often have mountains of debt. Banks practically beg them to take more […]
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Longest Bull Market in U.S. History Immune to Coronavirus?
The United States, currently enjoying its longest bull market in history, is decoupling from the rest of the world. From its currency to its stock market, the US is on demand. Despite somewhat underwhelming US growth in 2019 (2.1% GDP), investors continue to bid up America’s leading companies, the likes of which include Amazon, Google, […]
Is the U.S. Debt Bomb About To Blow?
Why soaring US national debt won’t crash the dollar… […]