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New estimates show deficit running into trillions of dollars

Two separate reports have put the federal budget deficit at $9 trillion and $7 trillion, respectively, for the 2010-2019 time period.

NIA criticizes Washington’s approach to inflation threat

A new statement from the National Inflation Association (NIA) suggests the government may be running the risk of hyperinflation on purpose and warns the asset bubble burst may mask the growing problem.

The Mouse Was Swallowed Whole

A Nevada businessman has been convicted of tax evasion, real estate fraud and failing to withhold taxes from worker’s wages after a three-month trial that exposed the sham of the United States’ monetary system. Read on to learn more about this battle over silver and gold and fiat money…

Doom, Gloom or Boom? Or Maybe All Three?

Our intrepid geopolitical editor traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia, last month, to attend an interesting investment symposium. Chip Wood found much to share. Read on to see what he learned…

If Recession End is Here, is it Time to Get Into the Market?

Positive news on housing starts, a reduction in new jobless claims and a run-up on a leading indicator signal the end of the recession may be upon us, just as more and more economists are saying. Read this article to learn what the news means for investors…

NAR survey finds hopeful signs in housing market

In a sign that the housing market may be recovering, the National Association of Realtors’ new poll suggests improvement may be on the horizon for homebuyers and homeowners alike.

Stocks rally after positive Fed outlook

U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve announced its decision to keep interest rates unchanged.

Another analysis points to pension funding woes

A second study in less than a month has drawn attention to the fact that despite asset gains in July pension plans still experienced a decline.

Money, Oil and Power

With its gross domestic product growing at an annual rate of 10 percent, China’s need for energy is growing and will surge by 150 percent by 2020. To sustain its growth, China needs increasing amounts of oil and has set its sights on the Middle East. It’s there China and the United States may butt heads, but China holds a trump card. Read this article to learn what China holds over the U.S. and what it means…

BNY Mellon: Pension funds failed to gain in July

Despite a stock market rally last month, U.S. retirement funds held steady, according to an asset management corporation.

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