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15Nov 2019
federal reserve

In the wake of a tumultuous few months for the Federal Reserve, the last thing the central bank can afford right now is to give any indication that they don’t have firm control over their policy. However, after the Federal funds rate broke wildly high in September, the Fed seems to have allowed the pendulum to swing too far in the other direction, with rates moving dangerously low. It begs the question, have they lost control over their primary tool to implement its policy? And if so, what does that mean for the near future?

13Nov 2019
retirement cyber attack

As if saving for retirement didn’t come with enough challenges, the threat of a cyberattack on your nest egg is now emerging as a serious consideration for anyone with an IRA or 401(k). Read here how your account could be at risk, and what you can do to protect your savings.

11Nov 2019
gold investment

Even though the stock market continues its impressive 11-year bull run, the price of gold has proven to be extremely resilient this year, as more and more people are hedging their savings with precious metals. Here’s what one analyst makes of this unusual coincidence of events, and where he thinks gold prices are heading.

08Nov 2019
US debt

Over the last few decades, the skyrocketing federal debt has increasingly become a concern for U.S. politicians and citizens alike. But with the debt jumping $1 trillion in just the last 3 months, it’s putting the dire state of the economy into laser sharp focus. If our representatives can’t reign in the problem soon, what will come of the nation? Find out here.

05Nov 2019
economy crash

If official government talking points and statistics are to believed, the U.S. economy is currently prospering. However, if you take a critical look beneath the surface, Alt-Market.com’s Brandon Smith reveals that our economy is already in a recession (possibly a depression), with the worst yet to come. Find out why here.

04Nov 2019
gold rising

In anticipation of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate cuts last week, several analysts at big banks are pronouncing increasing reasons to believe gold will continue to increase in price. And, while the rate cuts play a part in their thinking, they cite some other, critical factors at play. Find out what they are here.

01Nov 2019
fed rate cuts

As expected, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates by a quarter point earlier this week. There was some certainty to this move happening, but unfortunately, there continues to be growing uncertainty about what’s to come in the future – for the economy and for American consumers. Has the Fed opened a dangerous can of worms? Here’s what you need to know.

30Oct 2019
retirement fees

While it only directly affects teachers in one state, Texas House Bill 2820 sheds light on some of the retirement industry’s sneaky tactics to chisel away at your nest egg. Worse yet, it’s currently happening within the 401(k)’s of millions of Americans. See how you can take control of your retirement here.

25Oct 2019
fed qe

Originally conceived as a means to pull the U.S. economy out of the Great Recession, Quantitative Easing was never intended to see the light of day during periods of economic growth. But after recent comments from the Fed have confirmed that they’re firing up the money printing press yet again, we wonder: Is this just a band-aid for greater issues lurking beneath the surface?