Is Inflation Really Transitory or Is The Government Just Trapped?

The Federal Reserve

In July, inflation recorded its highest level in nearly two decades, prompting investors to question the Fed’s transitory narrative once again. Investors are now beginning to worry whether the government will begin tapering or raising rates sooner than anticipated. However, despite inflation soaring, government debt is dramatically exceeding record levels, and raising interest rates may […]

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Titan – Latest Alt-Coin to Implode as Mark Cuban Goes Down

alt coin Titan crashes as Mark Cuban loses

Mark Cuban is in the news again, and it isn’t good. The billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks just saw his investment in a new alt-coin virtually vanish. Max Keiser doesn’t mince words, explaining, “The world is full of sharpies, and they’re looking for chumps, like Mark Cuban.” Keiser gets personal, explaining, “And […]

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Not Concerned About Public Debt? Watch this.

government debt is rising across the world

The covid-19 pandemic is increasing public debt to levels last seen after WWII. The Economist attempts to answer the question: is rising public debt a cause for concern? For speculators and investors, understanding where the next crisis may be hiding is critical. So, who is financing all of these mountains of debt? According to the […]

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Ceaseless Decline in Velocity of Money Must Concern Fed

velocity of money continues to decline

The Federal Reserve, anemic growth, and an aging population are causing the velocity of money in the United States to crater. While many believe trillions in stimulus will cause inflation, low-interest rates are providing little incentive for banks to lend when the return on their loans is low. The bottom line is that people are […]

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