Why Socialism is a Bigger Threat than COVID-19

March 6, 2020

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit This week, the market rode a roller coaster. Actually more than usual. On Monday stock prices rallied with the thought that the previous week’s decline was overdone. It was a big rally. On Tuesday, the market collapsed after the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates. Virus fears ramped higher. On Wednesday, there was another […]

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The Economic Impact of the Coronavirus and What You Should Consider Doing Now

March 1, 2020

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit  The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 4,000 points in less than a week on reports of “community spread” of the novel coronavirus. This was the swiftest 10% drop from all-time highs in market history according to CNBC. The panic began because there were new identified cases of COVID-19, the virus that emerged from […]

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Why the Coronavirus Puts Our Supply of Medicines at Risk and What We Should Do About It

February 15, 2020

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit In Episode 6 of The Economic War Room on BlazeTV, we warned America that our nation had developed a desperate and unnecessary dependence on Chinese pharmaceuticals. This episode aired on November 8, 2018. Here is a clip from that show: The warning was early enough that we could have responded. We should have […]

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It’s Your Money, So Why Must it Reflect Their Values? Is there an ESG Bubble?

February 2, 2020

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit The hottest area of investing today is ESG, which stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. To some, ESG means “sustainable investing.” Over $30 trillion worldwide has been dedicated to ESG. That’s truly amazing. This trend has developed very rapidly and is the talk of Wall Street. But what does it really mean? Consider […]

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The Impeachment (Coup Attempt)…To What End?

January 20, 2020

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit The impeachment trial starts in earnest tomorrow. There are really two issues. First, did the President abuse his office for personal political gain? And second, did he obstruct justice? This will be a show trial in the Senate and has all sorts of political and economic ramifications. I would argue that a simple […]

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Making America Great Again

January 13, 2020

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit In my 2014 book, Game Plan: How to Protect Yourself from the Coming Cyber-Economic Attack, we included a chapter on what America should do to protect our economy. There was an eight-step plan to “restore American greatness.” At the time, we were clearly losing the economic war as noted in this Blog. Here […]

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Third Party Payers Make Things Much, Much Worse

December 7, 2019

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinRedditMy friend John Mauldin has a great “Thoughts From the Frontline” out today, titled Inflationary Angst. He makes some strong points and shares a powerful chart. Here are some of John’s opening comments: The Fed operates under a legal mandate from Congress. Its monetary policy role is “to promote maximum employment, stable prices and […]

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Battling for the Soul of America

November 21, 2019

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit We’ve long told you that China was waging an economic war against the United States. The war has escalated recently, especially regarding American support for Hong Kong and President Trump’s efforts to hold China accountable regarding IP theft, hacking, and manipulative trade practices. This is a regime with a thin skin. And, they […]

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An Interesting Theory: Could China Be Involved in the Impeachment Push?

September 30, 2019

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinRedditIt really is curious how the current impeachment push seems so well orchestrated yet appeared out of nowhere. There are many suspicious elements. Here are a few: How is it that the Democrats were calling for impeachment BEFORE the whistleblower report was seen? Or the transcript of the Ukrainian call in question? The Dems […]

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Infrastructure Now

September 19, 2019

Share this…emailFacebookTwitterLinkedinReddit There are two “big picture” trends underway in America. Each presents a challenge. Combined, however, they may offer a solution. Interest Rates The first trend is low interest rates. In many cases, around the world, the interest rate has turned negative. That means that there are lenders who pay borrowers to borrow from […]

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