Finance

The Markets, Currency, the Transfer of Wealth and anything else that affects your wallet.


Brutal Reality: Government Shutdown Is Proving Americans Are NOT Prepared For A Recession

Brutal Reality: Government Shutdown Is Proving Americans Are NOT Prepared For A Recession

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 23, 2019   Brutal Reality: Government Shutdown Is Proving Americans Are NOT Prepared For A Recession     The brutal reality is that most Americans are not prepared for the next economic downturn or recession. The government shutdown is highlighting just how much Americans rely on others as opposed to themselves, […]


Student Loan Debt Is A Crisis That’s Also Impacting The Housing Market

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 17, 2019   Student Loan Debt Is A Crisis That’s Also Impacting The Housing Market       Student loan debt is a fundamental crisis.  Students are borrowing money to pay for school at an alarming rate. But as the problem worsens, it seeps into other sectors, such as the housing […]

Student Loan Debt Is A Crisis That’s Also Impacting The Housing Market

Here’s What an American Economic Collapse Could Actually Look Like

Here’s What an American Economic Collapse Could Actually Look Like

By Daisy Luther The Organic Prepper January 15, 2019   Here’s What an American Economic Collapse Could Actually Look Like (And How It May Be a Lot Different Than Folks Expect)     When we think of “economic collapse” our imaginations usually lead us immediately to the desperation we’ve witnessed in places like Venezuela or Greece. We think of […]


The $1.2 Trillion College Debt Crisis Is CRIPPLING The Economy

The $1.2 Trillion College Debt Crisis Is CRIPPLING The Economy

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com January 7, 2019   The $1.2 Trillion College Debt Crisis Is CRIPPLING The Economy     A whopping two-thirds of American college students graduate school already deeply in debt. But the decision to go into debt to pay for a college degree is a $1.2 trillion crisis that’s crippling the economy.   […]


Peter Schiff: “We’re In A House Of Cards That The Fed Built”

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com December 20, 2018   Peter Schiff: “We’re In A House Of Cards That The Fed Built”     Economic analyst Peter Schiff, who accurately predicted the 2008 recession said recently that we are not in a bear market. Instead, “we’re in a house of cards that the Fed built.”   Schiff is […]

Peter Schiff: “We’re In A House Of Cards That The Fed Built”

Ron Paul: The Market Correction Could Make Things ‘Worse Than 1929’

Ron Paul: The Market Correction Could Make Things ‘Worse Than 1929’

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com December 17, 2018   Ron Paul: The Market Correction Could Make Things ‘Worse Than 1929’     Former presidential candidate, Dr. Ron Paul says that the current market conditions are ripe for a correction of 50% and Wall Street is vulnerable to depression-like conditions in the next year. “It could be worse than […]


Why do Leftists Settle for a $15 per Hour Minimum Wage?

By Jacob G. Hornberger Mises Institute November 27, 2018   Why do Leftists Settle for a $15 per Hour Minimum Wage?   If economic ignorance among leftists (i.e., liberals and progressives) had no adverse impacts, we could consign it to the ranks of the humorous. Unfortunately, however, such ignorance has very serious adverse consequences, especially […]

Why do Leftists Settle for a $15 per Hour Minimum Wage?

When Currency Crashes There’s No #metoo — You Do What You Have to Do

By Doug French Mises Institute November 16, 2018   When Currency Crashes There’s No #metoo — You Do What You Have to Do   The New York Times reminded us that two things which go together are a currency crisis and prostitution. The featured story on October 28 was the red light district in uber-depressed Athens where “Dimitra, […]

When Currency Crashes There's No #metoo — You Do What You Have to Do

In California, Home Sales Are Plunging Like It Is 2008 All Over Again

In California, Home Sales Are Plunging Like It Is 2008 All Over Again

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog November 2, 2018   In California, Home Sales Are Plunging Like It Is 2008 All Over Again     What goes up must eventually come down.  For years, the California housing market was on the cutting edge of “Housing Bubble 2” as we witnessed home prices in the state soar […]