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2013: The Apocalypse of the Financial Markets

With multi-month highs, and in some cases multi-year highs, hitting stock markets around the world, it’s hard to believe that some of the Earth’s...

If Legislators Don’t Push Us Off the Cliff, Will Our Credit...

If you haven’t already shifted your portfolio from riskier equities to commodities, you might be behind the curve.  However, there is a new commodity...

Tax Dividends to Get the Rich? Dumbest Thing I Ever Heard

Listen to politicians’ advice on how to fix the economy (first of all, why are you still doing this?) and you will hear two...

Goldilocks and the Three Economic Outlooks

Depending on whom you ask, our economy is either on the right track or about to fall into a black hole. CNBC, WSJ, Bloomberg, IBD,...

That Thing Called Recession – It’s Still Kicking

Not surprisingly, the standard of living has dropped dramatically. What's behind the numbers?

Are Republicans Shrinking Government Because It’s too Black?

by Marvin King While the stock market cheers today’s news that the Federal Reserve is coordinating action with several central banks in Europe and Canada,...

Is the Federal Reserve killing Black Jobs?

It is Thanksgiving week and Americans are thinking about what they have to be thankful for. As the country moves deeper into campaign season...

From Frustration to Prosperity

To do nothing is to fall behind, but by making strategic investments now we can maintain our competitive edge.

Perry Catches Fire With Media, but Romney Has the Numbers Against...

Rising stars can slip fast in politics, especially when campaigns emerge on the horizon.  Despite the hype surrounding the swagger of Texas Gov. Rick...

So, is the U.S. Really Broke?

With total U.S. government debt at over $14 trillion; budget outlays between $3 trillion and $4 trillion; and a gross domestic product of $14 trillion, the question is, how broke is the United States? In short, the answer is, we really don’t know.