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Some Signs of Recovery for the PSEi?

In the past few months, we have seen the PSEi drop consistently and honestly, I was getting a little worried about my portfolio, with all of the stocks that I owned moving into negative territory, yup you read that right, all of the stocks I owned! 521 more words

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Majority of Americans give Donald Trump credit for the strong economy: Poll

Full story at The Washington Times, image from marfeel(.com) – 5/21/18. See "economy, gdp, gross domestic product."ㅤHome

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Trade what is it good for?

Yesterday brought news which financial markets have received warmly this morning. From the Financial Times.

The US has stepped back from the brink of a trade war with China after Washington halted plans to impose tariffs on up to $150bn of imports, according to the US Treasury secretary. 

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General Economics

One does not have to be an economic genius to grasp the concept that a government cannot marry a significant reduction in revenues due to a major tax cuts bill in 2017 with an huge increase in spending, before there is a forecast for an economic doomsday. 1,257 more words

Republican Party

The Pentagon Can't Account for $21 Trillion (That's Not a Typo)

…And it goes towards black budget projects and into pockets.

This is why I find it comical that people think NASA is the cash cow for the government. 1,622 more words



by Richard W. Rahn

The GDP of North Korea is only a little more than half of Vermont’s, which has less than 3 percent of the population of North Korea. 455 more words


It’s Not Stagflation, But Inflationary Impoverishment

By Alasdair Macleod – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

It is a matter of personal interest that it was my uncle, Iain Macleod, who invented the term stagflation shortly before he was appointed shadow chancellor in 1965.  2,515 more words

GDP & Employment