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Bernard Dozier was awed by economics as a five year old farm boy. Standing in the yard of a little farmhouse in south Arkansas he watched convoys of dilapidated vehicles carrying impoverished refugees and their belongings from the foreclosures of the Dust Bowl to an uncertain future ... more

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E Looks Like We're Headed Back To The 1930's
Every day now we're seeing the true value of stocks, whose prices were inflated by the Fed's rate policy. But who will really be hurt by this new reality? The answer may surprise you.
E Troubled Times, Troubled Markets, Troubled Dollars
The value/purchasing power of your dollars is in for a big change, a continuing change...a downward one. No one sees the dollars physically shrinking.
E Why I've Stopped Hating And Started Loving Cryptocurrencies
I'm not one of the millions of investors who're convinced that equities are the best...and perhaps the only...path to financial security.
E A Global Currency Reval Won't Be Easy
The process of revaluing global currencies is complex--much too complex to be gauged by gold alone.
E Fiat's Inherent Weakness Is A Plus In Paying Off Mortgages
It's a wonder what borrowed money can do. If Shakespeare's advice to be neither a lender nor a borrower were heeded, the brakes on the consumer economy would leave long strips of burned rubber on the road.
E The Market And Common Sense
Common sense may be an uncommon mental state for experienced traders, and for newcomers who jump into the Wall Street game, but without it, players don't stay in the game.
E A Market Crash Could Hurt IRA Owners
The way I look at it, the Fed and its banks morally owe retirement and pension plans a massive sum to compensate for an arbitrary Zero Rate policy... but let's not hold our breath until restitution is made.
E Redefining Work... And The Economy
The US experienced a generation of globalization before being hit with the reality that widespread and permanent unemployment was killing the Middle Class.
E Economies No Longer Support Retirement
As hard as it is for us to wrap our brains around the fact is that in today's economy, paid retirement (and vacations) are a dying, but accelerating, trend.
E Bitcoin - Up Close And Personal
The big complaint about gold and silver is that they pay no interest, but the same is true of Bitcoin. Buying gold and silver is not an investment--unless you're actively involved as a trader who buys low and sells high.
E The Hazards Of Bugging-Out
What do you do when the wheels come off the economy, Wall Street's doors are locked, and polite society crumbles toward panic? Is packing a "bug-out bag: and "bugging-out" the answer?
E Cryptocurrencies? Not Yet!
There are ten compelling reasons why I can't yer bring myself to invest in cryptocurrencies despite all the compelling reasons for getting out of the dollar.
E Drawing A Bead On Inflation
I'm convinced that inflation is like wool pulled over the eyes of most Americans.They don't understand how it pilfers their pocketbooks, bank accounts, savings, investments, lifestyles, and future well being.
E The Big "Ifs" Of The Next Four Years
The central issue that determines the American Experience is how Trump will deal with the federal government's long-standing and rapidly growing bankruptcy that's on the north side of 100 Trillion dollars.
E What Are The Odds?
If you're making money in the equity market, that market holds you up as a shining example. But, the PR is one thing and reality is another.
E What If The Euro Shoots To 1.20?
Graham Summers, has made a bold prediction that the end of QE in Europe will push the Euro to 1.20 by summertime.
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