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Key Markets in Recovery

Recovery was inevitable. Even if it seemed liked the economy was never going to stop dropping like a rock in water, an upturn was bound to happen. With an increase in consumer spending, a decline in unemployment and jobless benefits, it seems on the surface like things are headed in the right direction. As the President might say, “We’re not out of the woods yet,” but we are on our way.

Signs of a Double Dip Recession in 2011 – Global Outlook, Forward-Looking, May 2010

Recall, I envisaged a “W” recovery for our economy in my January article, 2010 Global Economic Outlook. My friends, it appears this will unfortunately continue to be the case as we look ahead to 2011.

Smoke and Mirrors – Why the ECB Didn’t Really Save the World

On May 10, 2010, in the early hours of the morning the news came out. The European Central Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had established a line of credit for more than a trillion euros for countries struggling with debt.

Current State of the Economy 2010

We all realize now that the recession we are in globally is the biggest one we’ve had since the great depression in the 1929. What we don’t know is this will be a much bigger recession than the great depression. All analysts are saying the worst is over but there is no greater indicator that when everyone agrees on something, the opposite is usually true.

The Credit Crunch Explained

It has been well documented that the mortgage crisis and subsequent credit crunch are the two main causes of the current economic recession. But what caused the mortgage crisis?

American Socialism Revisited – You Bet it Exists – Its Power Becomes Stronger Every Day!

What is up with this push towards socialism? Why on Earth would any American prefer socialism to capitalism? After all, capitalism built this great nation into the greatest country in the history of mankind. Shouldn’t we do what works? Why would we want to cut off the hand that is feeding us?

What is Deflation?

Currently we are still at the crossroads of beating the current economic recession, and one effect of this has been “deflation” in some sectors of our economies. What is deflation, and what are its actual effects?

Nine Ways a Country Can Cut Back on Its Debts

2010 is the year of the “debt crisis” in most of Europe, Japan and the United States as many governments face the prospect of cutting growing deficits based on ever increasing debts. How does a nation cut back on rising debts?

Greek Economic Conditions Foreshadow Problems in Other Countries

The Greeks have taken a beating in the media regarding the massive bailout the country needs. Originally thought to be in the 50 billion dollar range, the total bailout is going to be closer to three times the amount – a truly staggering figure. Before you tsk tsk the Greeks, it is important to understand that the problems there are simply foreshadowing what we are going to see in other areas of the world.

Buy Gold, Looking at History to Protect Your Future

Gold continues to climb in the first decade of the twenty-first century. Why? Gold has been used as money for the last three thousand years for good reason. It forces governments to be fiscally responsible. However, for more than three decades the U.S. government has printed its “money” at will. History, however, shows that all governments eventually over print their currencies, destroying their value. How can we protect ourselves?

Is Bill Gates Doing More Good When He Keeps His Money Or When He Gives it Away?

The question of whether Bill Gates is doing more good when he keeps his money or when he gives it away, is an interesting one. In which of these two scenarios does mankind benefit more? Before you dismiss this as a clearly ridiculous query, one not even worth considering, ponder this.

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