Tag Archives: the fed

Since they’re selling their latest $429 million stimulus as being “broad” and “diverse”, you’d think that the Fed was finally looking out for the average Joe. But with just a little scrutiny, we see that, yet again, they’re bailing out “lumbering behemoths” while letting the rest of us hang in the wind. Here’s how the cards are further stacked against us.

As it skyrockets past $26 trillion – over $2.5 trillion in just 11 weeks – does Washington have any plan to ever reign in the federal debt? Here’s why there’s no easy way out in the near future – and potential catastrophe waiting behind every economic event that has a hiccup.

In granting private equity funds access to 401(k) plans, the Department of Labor is allowing for “the highest cost, highest risk and most secretive investments ever devised by Wall Street.” Here’s how it could trickle down to you.

Like few other times in history, speculative investors are pumping money into low-quality, virtually valueless (and literally bankrupt) stocks. Which begs the question, could we be on the precipice of an economic dumpster fire? We lay out all the danger signs here.

It’s hard work for the Federal Reserve to keep the largest asset bubble in human history inflated. Which is why, argues E.B. Tucker, they’re manipulating Americans to do it for them. Here’s how they’re making that happen, and how you can counteract it.

As the U.S. economy struggles to regain its footing following the coronavirus shutdowns, the stock market has disregarded reality by soaring higher, to values not seen since the dot-com crash. When reality eventually catches up, what will be the consequences? Find out here.