In March, at a critically vulnerable time for the nation, the central bank jumped in to support the economy. But seven months later, with the economy now sitting in a dangerous and extremely leveraged position, one Fed official is warning that they may never be able to fully separate themselves from the market. Here's what eternal government intervention in...
Should the Democratic candidate be elected, some analysts are warning Americans that they would need to reconsider their retirement strategy. Here's how your current plan could be flipped on its head.
Regardless of who emerges victorious on November 3, Forbes' Frank Holmes believes that the yellow metal is one of the safest bets. Here's why he's so confident its long-term viability.
In this most abnormal of years, a double-headed monster of election-year policy uncertainty and rising inflation is staring Americans right in the face. Before we face any potential election uncertainty, what are you going to do to protect your savings? Discover one option here.
With the entitlements program already in dire straits, the Democratic candidate is proposing five changes that could end up making an already bad problem much worse. Here's what you should know about the changes that may be around the corner.
As bonds lose favor as a safe haven, John Rubino hypothesizes how the precious metals market may shift as institutional money increasingly pivots towards it. What's shocking, even his "conservative" forecast is extraordinarily bullish. See why here.
Whether Trump or Biden is elected this November, they will have a decision of monumental consequence to make next year. How will our nation's economy respond to another four years of a Federal Reserve led by Jerome Powell? Here are five examples from his track record that give us reason for pause.
No matter who emerges victorious on November 3, Alt-Market.com's Brandon Smith goes on record now to argue that the election alone will not solve our nation's systemic issues. Here's how he envisions that we can turn things around.
Asserting that it's very likely that the global markets will experience upheaval following the upcoming U.S. election, the chief investment officer of UBS has made a pointed case for buying gold now. Here's his rationale.
Trump and Biden may bring completely different approaches to the economy, but given a few, immutable facts of the American economy, the next four years will serve up challenges that no candidate can easily solve. Here's what could be in store for 2021 and beyond.