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When is the Next Recession?

Financial FAQs Graph: TradingEconomics.com We are nearing the end of the second-longest growth cycle since the Clinton era’s 10-year 1991-2001 boom years; because once again a huge amount of debt has accumulated that ultimately has to be paid for. Are … Continue reading

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The Results of Our Record Income Inequality

Financial FAQs We know the results of trickle-down economic theory that says lower taxes and government regulations are supposed to lift all boats, as epitomized in Republicans’ latest tax bill. After the ninth year of this recovery, just 10 percent … Continue reading

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POTUS’s Reptilian Brain

Popular Economics Weekly Does this description sound familiar? “Territoriality, hierarchical structure of power, control, ownership, wars, jealousy, anger, fear, hostility, worry, stuck or frozen with fear, aggressiveness, conflict, extremist behavior, competitiveness, cold-blooded, dog-eat-dog beliefs, might is right, and survival of … Continue reading

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Where is Inflation, and Higher Growth?

Financial FAQs The drumbeat for a higher inflation target is picking up. The Chicago Fed’s Charles Evans recently advocated a less hawkish Fed stanch on maintaining the 2 percent inflation target with few signs of inflation even on the horizon. … Continue reading

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Where Are Our Leaders?

  Where are the leaders that can lead us out of the current cultural and political deadlock that is preventing stronger gun safety laws, allowing rollback of environmental regulations, and the current administration’s denial of global warming that will surely … Continue reading

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Who Is Killing Our Children?

Popular Economics Weekly The fact that the NRA contributed $30 million to Donald Trump’s campaign is all we need to know about who is responsible for deaths of 14 high school children and 3 adults in Florida, or the 58 … Continue reading

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What is a Common Sense Stock Market?

Financial FAQs Pundits and stock traders seem to believe Friday and Monday’s stock “massacre” was caused by too-quick trigger fingers—in computers controlled by algorithms, not people. Whereas, investors and traders using their common sense would have seen the ‘yuge’ drop … Continue reading

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