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Under the guise of increasing economic efficiencies, the Federal Reserve has revealed intentions to introduce “Fedcoin” – its own version of a cryptocurrency – to replace the dollar. But some experts are pushing back, with one saying that it “could be one of the most dangerous steps ever taken by a government agency.” Here’s what may be at stake.

As the coronavirus quickly spreads throughout China and into the rest of the world, some analysts are warning that this could develop into a “black swan” event that devastates stocks and the global economy. Here’s what we know so far, and what the potential fallout may be.

Try as they might to escape the crutch of Quantitative Easing, the Federal Reserve continues to find itself going back to the policy to provide life support to the stock market. Will they ever be able to escape this cycle, and if they sincerely try, what might the fallout mean for the average American?

As we move into 2020, do you know that it’s been a staggering 11 years since the last recession started in the U.S.? Given that the economy generally operates in cycles, here are three “big picture” economic trends that you should keep an eye on in the coming year.