The Two Most Important Prices in the Argentine Economy

One of the wonders of human society is how the individuals of our species found a way to coordinate our actions to collaborate without anyone being in command. Sure, there are governments, but they earn their legitimacy to the extent that they protect individuals’ lives, limbs, and possessions from violence and fraud- not from telling … Read more

Granderson: If the economy is so great, why are evictions soaring?

There is another migrant crisis brewing. Unlike the one at the southern border, this one will be all over the country. A recent Harvard study found that half of the country’s renters are spending a third or more of their income on housing. Those are the people fortunate enough to find housing when there’s a … Read more

10 Financial Advisors’ Tips That Don’t Hold Up in Today’s Economy

In an ever-evolving financial landscape, the wisdom that once guided investors and savers alike may no longer hold the same weight. As we navigate through unprecedented economic conditions marked by rapid technological advancements, shifting market dynamics, and unexpected global events, some traditional advice from financial advisors seems increasingly out of touch. Here, we explore ten … Read more

How Bad IS The American Economy?

The “silent depression” is here. Just like in 1929, the American economy is ravaged by a declining GDP, plummeting asset prices, widespread unemployment, and a completely fractured banking system. Wait…are any of those things happening today? Not quite. But, according to social media, a “silent depression” is widespread across the American economy, with high inflation, limited wage growth, and low homeownership for millennials and Gen Z. To explain … Read more

Currency Mistakes of the Past are Contributing to an Ailing American Economy

In this article It’s been nearly four years since COVID-19 burst onto the global stage. We’ve returned to normal, but “normal” just doesn’t mean what it used to.   Domestically, Americans are feeling worn out. Social tensions are high and have been for a couple of decades. Conservatives and the right wing waste no time in … Read more

The pound returns to decline today with mixed numbers for the British economy and a decline in bond yields

January 12, 2024 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Pound sterling recorded some declines today against the US dollar (GBP/USD), reaching about 0.1%, reaching the level of 1.27472 at approximately 10:00 am GMT. The pound’s declines today came after mixed UK GDP data in addition to the return of a sharp decline in bond yields Today we witnessed two … Read more

Does the Prince Inject Money in the Economy?

It is an old and strange idea that political authority–say, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, or Louis XIV–can “inject money” in the economy. Speaking of a recent federal law, a Wall Street Journal report matter-of-factly mentions “the Inflation Reduction Act, a broad clean-energy, tax and healthcare law that injects nearly $400 billion into the U.S. economy … Read more

Can the U.S. Economy Defy Expectations In 2024?

As economists examine the economic environment for 2024, caution is the prevailing sentiment, shaped by the unforeseen events of 2023. The general consensus suggests potential growth deceleration, indicative of cautious short run economic growth, and the possibility of a mild recession. This scenario is set in an economic environment characterized by lower interest rates and … Read more

Question: What % of U.S. workers participate in the gig economy?

A full-time job with one employer has been considered the norm for decades, but the number of people identifying as independent workers continues to increase.   Answer: 36% Questions: What are examples of jobs that are gig, freelance, or temporary work?  Would you ever consider gig, freelance, or temporary work? Describe the type of role … Read more