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SHTFplan: The Trade War Is Getting Worse For U.S. Businesses

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. President Donald Trump’s trade war is making things even worse than before for businesses in the United States. The trade war has been dragging on for four long months now, and the pain is being felt financially. Companies’ earlier worries are starting to translate into actual financial pain as new orders coming […]

Daniel Nevins: Economics for Independent Thinkers

This report was originally published by Adam Taggart at PeakProsperity.com Economists are supposed to monitor and analyze the economy, warn us if risks are getting out of hand, and advise us on how to make things runs more effectively — right? Well, even though that’s what most people expect from economists, it’s not at all […]

How Much Does Crime Effect Rent Prices?

zerohedge.com / By Priceonomics / Jul 6, 2017 While historically, crime rates across the country have been dropping since the 1990’s, in the past two years, violent crime has been on the rise. These recent spikes, while far from the crisis of America’s past crime wave, highlight how sensitive communities are to changes in neighborhood safety.   Neighborhood safety is closely […]

Here Is The “Open Letter” Google, Apple, Facebook And Others Are Sending To Donald Trump

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Feb 2, 2017 In the backlash over Trump’s executive order on immigration, Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Uber, Stripe, CPG and various manufacturing companies have penned a letter opposing U.S. President Trump’s travel ban, ReCode reported overnight. The letter stresses that the executive order’s blanket “suspension” – it avoids the word “ban” – […]

Trumphoria: Americans Are More Optimistic About The Economy Than They Have Been Since Obama’s Win In 2008

Optimism about the future of the U.S. economy has not been this strong since Barack Obama’s first presidential election victory in 2008. Donald Trump promised us an economic resurgence, and what is not to like so far? As I discussed earlier this week, stocks are soaring, businesses are already announcing that they are bringing jobs […]

$530 Billion Over Ten Years – How The End Of Border-less Travel Threatens Europe’s Economy

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/19/2016 04:00 -0400 As a result of incorporating the Schengen Agreement (initially signed in 1985 between just five countries) into the Treaty of Amsterdam (signed in 1997, effective in 1999), Europeans and European businesses enjoy border-less […]

Are Government Regulators More Virtuous than Everyone Else?

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. mises.org / Iván Carrino / JANUARY 29, 2016 In their new book, Phishing for Phools, Nobel-prize winning economists George Akerlof and Robert Shiller use a behavioral economics approach to criticize the “manipulation and deception” that can exist between businesses and consumers. According […]

BEWARE OF WORLD COLLAPSE: PRIVATE CONVERSATION OF SHEMITAH AND JUBILEE REVEALED AT DAVOS

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. dollarvigilante.com / JEFF BERWICK / JANUARY 20, 2016 Some people laughed at my Shemitah predictions last summer. But then many came true and now our TDV newsletter subscribers are laughing all the way to the bank. Incredibly, the occult information that I relied upon […]

US Freight “Plummets,” Worst October since 2011

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / November 12, 2015 Trucking, rail, all of it. Transportation is a gauge into how well the real economy is doing. And it just keeps getting worse. In October, the number of freight shipments in North America fell from September, in line with the patters of the past few years, but it […]

And Now Trucking Is Suddenly Slowing Down

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / October 28, 2015 This comes at the totally wrong time. Trucking had been booming. 2014 had been a banner year. Capacity was squeezed, and rates were rising, so trucking companies went on a buying binge, ordering everything in the book in preparation for red-hot demand in 2015 and more banner years […]