Hillary’s Deep State economics don’t work. We’ve been arguing for years that fixing the price of credit by central banks would have the same consequences as fixing any other price: disaster.
Even after five years of crisis, recession — some even say depression — this US economy is still the largest in the world.
It has enormous influence over the direction of financial markets and your investments. But will its trillion dollars in government debt prove the end of the Empire? Or can resurgent industries like technology and energy put America back on the front foot?
We’ll leave it to you to make up your own mind after reading from this diverse group of analysts.
Here at the Diary, we always take the side of the underdog, the diehard, and the lost cause. It’s beginning to look like Donald Trump may be all three.
Is the election really rigged? Probably not in the way Mr Trump intends listeners to believe. But the ‘system’ is so rigged that the election results hardly matter.
What is the 2016 election if not a giant pileup of perversion, error, miscalculation, and accident? What is the cause? We have a prime suspect.
Our views on the demise of conservativism are not unique to us. But our views on what caused it are. Bill Bonner explains the death of conservative America.
Jobs growth. Corporate earnings growth. Economic growth. House price growth. Keeping public confidence up is paramount in a world built on a big, fat lie.
The Fed tries to normalise rates, chances are that history will repeat and they’ll lead the world into another recession.
Trying to suppress free markets or abolish them always leads to confusion, bubbles, bankruptcies, and misery. Economies weaken; people grow poorer.
This is a new kind of war, a fake war designed merely to shift money and power to a corrupt Deep State industry: the terror industry.
After eight years of popping ‘blue pills’ of different sizes and in varying quantities, did the US economy rise to the occasion?
Our ‘wars’ are now fake, too. When the feds announce a new war, we naturally assume their goal is to beat the enemy. Not so.
During the recent debate, Trump said that the US economy was a ‘big, fat, ugly bubble’, and blamed it on Yellen, the Fed and their easy money policies.
Whatever you think of Donald Trump, his candidacy is one big middle finger to the Establishment. It’s part of the worldwide rise of ‘People Power’.
The US in not controlled by the president or by Congress. Voters merely flatter themselves in believing they elect the people who run the country.
The French press treats Trump like a clown or a con artist. Until last night, we had not encountered a single Frenchman with a favourable view of the Republican candidate