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As Ukraine’s economy continues to struggle, with a currency that is now virtually worthless, we question if the U.S. is dangerously close to following in the same footsteps as the country formerly part of the Soviet Union. Read further here.

What “official” figures are we supposed to believe from the government anymore? After a THIRD revision to the GDP figures from this year’s first quarter, now we’re told the economy shrank nearly 3%. But despite the grim news, many officials are preaching patience and confidence. Should you follow their lead? In this post, we present the facts and let you decide.

Although we start this week’s Market Update on a down note, stick with us. For on this holiday season, it ends cheery… With the market accepting the latest “official” figures on GDP and unemployment at face value, with most shrugging off last week’s news from the Federal Reserve that it intends to begin tapering Quantitative […]