Tuesday , 21 September 2021

Economic Overviews

Here Are THE Facts: Less Gov’t = Less Gov’t Spending = Less Taxes + Less Unemployment & a Stronger Economy (+2K Views)

The mainstream media wants us to believe that government spending is good for employment [but my analysis shows exactly the opposite. As outlined below, it clearly demonstrates that]....countries with higher government involvement have higher government spending, higher personal income taxes, higher unemployment and a weaker economy as a consequence. [Below are the facts to back up those claims.] Words: 525; Charts: 4

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Gov’t Says: “Happy Days Are Here Again For U.S. Economy” – Don’t Believe It! Here’s Why (+2K Views)

The government continues to assure us that happy days are here again for the U.S. economy and that we don't have anything to worry about - but should we trust what the CBO is telling us now? Of course not. Instead, perhaps we should listen to some of the men that successfully warned us about the last financial crisis and here is what they have to say. Words: 800

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It’s a Mad, Mad “Madoff Market” World We Live In – Here’s Why

Given the economic outlook, there seems little reason for stock prices to be as high as they are...This market could be called a "Madoff Market" in the sense that it is a Ponzi scheme, not the classic Ponzi scheme where exponential growth of new dupes is necessary to keep the scam going...but, rather, on exponential money creation. Fantasy is fun while it lasts but reality eventually intercedes and...[and it is] those way out in fantasy land [who] are especially vulnerable to disappointment [and] so it is for those betting on the stock market and an economic recovery. Let me discuss this further. Words: 1075

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U.S. Gov’t Unemployment Deception Masking the Coming Economic Horror Show (+2K Views)

How bad do things have to get before people realize that we are living through a nightmare? Sadly, most Americans still have faith in the system. They are still convinced that our politicians will somehow find a way to turn things around. Most Americans...[don't realize that] America is literally falling apart all around them. We have been living in the biggest debt bubble in the history of the world, and it is only a matter of time until it bursts. 2008 was just a "hiccup" compared to what is coming. I hope you're getting prepared to survive the economic horror show that is rapidly approaching. Words: 1310

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Katchum Comments on Gold, Silver & Recession

There are literally thousands of economic blogs out there and most don't have much to offer. One exception is a blog by "Katchum" that is dedicated to monitoring breaking global economic news on a day to day basis and, as such, provides unique insights into, and analysis of, various aspects of the financial markets, commodities and the economies of the world. Below is his latest post. If you like it why not subscribe? Words: 642; Charts: 6

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Warning: This Economic Article Is Not for the Faint of Heart

Never before in American history have we seen such a pitiful, pathetic, and anemic response to challenges and trials. We are truly a society of wimps. Spiritual wimps, devoid of any courage and conviction when it comes to speaking the truth, and milquetoast coelenterates for failing to look past our own materialism to accept the common truth that what we have been doing is simply not sustainable. You and me both. Let’s dig into the undeniable conclusions, shall we? Words: 1331; Charts: 3

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America’s Master Class Has Taken U.S. By the Throat! Here’s Why (+2K Views)

Thanks to the endless barrage of feel-good propaganda that daily assaults the American mind the citizens have no idea how disastrous the country’s fiscal, monetary and economic problems truly are nor do they perceive the rapidly increasing risk of a totalitarian nightmare descending upon the American Republic. Below, we outline America’s troubling and compounding predicament, and urge you to think about how to protect yourself from its consequences, both financially and personally.

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