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SHTFplan: Fun: It’s NOT the F-Word for Preppers

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Daisy Luther at The Organic Prepper Lately, it seems like pretty hard to find good news. Folks are judging each other based on who they vote for during the presidential race that occurred two years ago. Battle lines have been drawn and any […]

When They Shall Say “Peace And Safety”: Polls Show Americans Are The Most Optimistic They Have Been In A Very Long Time

Facebook Twitter Reddit Email By a very wide margin, this is the most optimistic that Americans have been about the future since I started The Economic Collapse Blog in late 2009.  Even though the middle class is shrinking, 102 million working age Americans do not have a job, and we are now 21 trillion dollars […]

America’s CEOs Have Never Been More “Optimistic”

It’s not just US consumer optimism that recently hit all time highs (even if, as UMichigan explained last week, it was largely split according to party lines). According to a recent analysis by Bank of America, in the current earnings season which is gradually coming to a close, despite tepid guidance, “one read on corporate […]

Employment Boom: 10 Companies That Have Promised To Add Jobs In The United States Since Trump Was Elected

One of the primary things that Trump’s presidency will be judged upon is his ability to encourage the creation of good paying jobs for American workers, and so far the results have been quite promising.  Since Trump’s surprise election victory in November, a whole bunch of companies have either promised to bring jobs back into […]

Trump’s Approval Rating Is Supposedly Only 37 Percent, But Small Business Optimism Just Hit The Highest Level In 12 Years

A Quinnipiac University Poll that was released on Tuesday says that Donald Trump only has an approval rating of 37 percent.  Meanwhile, that same survey found that Barack Obama currently has an approval rating of 55 percent.  Of course considering the fact that Quinnipiac polls showed Hillary Clinton winning the election in November easily, perhaps […]

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 […]

Hopium: How Far Can Irrational Optimism Take The U.S. Economy?

If enough people truly believe that things will get better, will that actually cause them to get better?  There is certainly something to be said for being positive and thinking that anything is possible.  And as Americans, optimism seems to come naturally for us.  However, no amount of positive thinking is ever going to turn […]

It Is About To Get Ugly: Oil Is Crashing And So Is Greece

The price of oil collapsed by more than 8 percent on Wednesday, and a decision by the European Central Bank has Greece at the precipice of a complete and total financial meltdown.  What a difference 24 hours can make.  On Tuesday, things really seemed like they were actually starting to get better.  The price of […]

Economists: The U.S. Economy Shrank In Q1, But Better Days Are Just Around The Corner

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. During the first three months of this year, the U.S. economy contracted at a 1 percent annual rate.  Despite this, mainstream economists flooded the mainstream media with assurances that much better days are just around […]

Germany ‘Second Economic Miracle’ And Other Psychedelic Feats

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. testosteronepit.com / By Wolf Richter / May 15, 2013, 7:25PM At first blush, the German economy appears to be ailing – at first blush because the stock market, in its omniscient manner, doesn’t see it that way. It’s predicting wondrous developments as it hop-scotches […]