Bitter ironies are piling up – with very crummy consequences.
It explains better than anything else how it truly is.
The US gross national debt ballooned far faster in fiscal 2014 than what government accounting of the budget deficits would have you believe.
The scandal took place in the US, but it’s no different in the EU and Japan. It’s by design. By Justin Fox, Harvard Business Review Blog Network
After years of Fed-induced market mania, analysts lost the neurological ability to fathom that stocks can actually go down.
Party turns into bloodbath. Happening right now beneath the surface of the S&P 500.
Stocks, bonds, and the future? A seatbelt-mandatory read by David Hay, Chief Investment Officer of Evergreen Capital.
This chart shows how truly screwed up this housing market really is.
America might start a downturn from a position of weakness unique since WW2.
That illusory surge in the economy, trotted out for five years in a row to rationalize soaring stock prices? The Fed has wiped it from its vision of the future.