Reviewing data from this past Halloween, Forbes contributor Frank Holmes notes that spending oddly ticked up over last year. If this is one of the first signs of higher prices, here's why a move to gold makes more sense than ever.
Uncertainty in some critical parts of the economy has just reached a fever pitch, and it couldn't come at a worse time for our nation. As we look past November 3, here are the unique and daunting challenges that the president will face.
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.
Given the sweeping changes that the former Vice President wants to make to the current system of tax deductions, many Americans are thinking about new strategies to make the most of their retirement savings. Here's one potential option.
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.
Citing official data that shows 1.3% price increases in August, they want us to believe that more needs to be done to spur inflation. But dig into the stats just a little and you'll find that inflation is soaring in some areas. Are they about to send prices from high to higher? Here's what could be coming.
With millions of Americans under financial pressure due to the COVID-19 lockdowns, they're increasingly dipping into their retirement savings as a lifeline. But for those who can navigate without doing so, the CARES Act has unlocked one intriguing opportunity for certain 401(k) account owners. See what it is here.
After dogmatically sticking to policy for decades, the Fed's change in course represents a massive leap of faith, not just for the nation as a whole, but for anyone who has any interest in the dollar's long-term viability. Can they actually pull off this bold move into uncharted territory or will inflation soar to 1980s era heights? Find out here.