The decline and fall of General Electric, the poster child of Obamanomics
by Timothy P. Carney | Jan 23, 2018, 11:07 PM
Sometimes we look back a decade or so and reconsider our word choice. For instance, I used to call General Electric — with its heavy lobbying, its intimate ties to...
The Truth About Glass-Steagall
The repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act has not been the source of U.S. financial woes, and if reinstated, would do little to prevent crises in the future.
The Glass-Steagall Act was enacted in 1933 in response to banking crises in the 1920s and early 1930s. It...
Indeed from speaking to a few people over last weekend this would really work. They know he doesn't know everything about everything, but knows enough, and will hire the best to fulfill the task.
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Seven Years Later, Recovery Remains the Weakest of the Post-World War II Era
Despite longevity, total growth during this economic expansion is lower than for much shorter business cycles
Auto mechanic Joe Valenti changes a battery in a Honda Acura at his garage in Dormont, Pa...
Depositors at JP Morgan/CHASE Bank should read between the lines - and fast! The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) has revealed a 19 Page letter sent to JP Morgan/CHASE Bank, outlining why the bank is unstable and does not meet the requirements of law. This usually PRIVATE information is a...
Fraud Key Profit Center for Wall Street-William Black
By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
Former top bank regulator Professor William Black says there is no hiding the cesspool that is Wall Street. Dr. Black says, “People on Wall Street agree that the system is rigged. You get them into a bar...
“America Was Hijacked In A Silent Coup D’état By Wall Street Bankers” – F. William Engdahl
TND Podcast Spotlight: SGT Report
Best-selling author, researcher and lecturer F. William Engdahl joins me to discuss his latest book ‘The Lost Hegemon: Whom The Gods Would Destroy‘. This gripping...
Wall Street's Frustrated Chinese Bankers Are Heading Back Home
Bonnie Cao bonboncao
March 10, 2016 — 3:00 PM CST
U.S. sector contracts but China expanding with opportunities
They are called `sea turtles' but some may become `sea gulls'
For Shiwei Zhou, it was partly the sense of...
This bizarre rule in the US is a huge risk to your investments
March 9, 2016
Human beings have come up with some crazy ideas for money and finance over the years.
Conch shells. Beads. Animal skins. Salt. Rice. All of these were used as a form of money at one...