Ron Paul Says Little Will Change in Washington After Boehner’s Resignation
Is the U.S. economy on the verge of recession? Will Volkswagen AG survive “Dieselgate?” How did Ron Paul react to John Boehner’s resignation?
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“It will be more of the same. They talk about the possible individuals that might replace Boehner, but none of them seem to be real conservatives or constitutionalists. But that’s almost beside the point because the momentum is so great for more spending.” Read More
“This year the Word Trade Organization (WTO) is expected to reduce its forecast for global trade for a second time—the first time that’s happened since 2009.” Read More
“Volkswagen AG’s “Dieselgate” has opened up a can of worms for the auto industry.” Read More
“I know it sounds counterintuitive, but that’s the simple reality of today’s markets. It’s these intangible values that are difficult to quantify that cause some analysts to underestimate companies like GoPro.” Read More
“We need a president who can move congress, and I think Donald Trump could do it. I might disagree with him on a few issues, and would like to talk to him some more. This is what this country needs.” Read More
“The decline of the British Empire came at a great time for the U.S. Global trade shifted toward the American economy during the aftermath of WWII, putting the U.S. dollar at the forefront of international finance. But now China has surpassed America as the largest merchandise trader in the world. Doesn’t that mean the yuan is destined to be the next primary currency?” Read More
“It doesn’t take an MBA to figure out that something does not quite add up here. When commodity markets are this imbalanced, a market correction is about to take place.” Read More
“While Greece, Spain, and Italy might be in what I consider an economic depression based on the sky-high rate of unemployment, I don’t see countries like France far behind.” Read More
“The Tesla S remains a toy for millionaires who park it prominently and smugly in front of their garages to broadcast their progressive pretenses.” Read More
“Efforts to mandate a $15.00 minimum wage in cities like Seattle and Los Angeles—which is supposed to lift workers out of poverty and off public assistance—seems to have hit a snag. In a filing published Monday, Whole Foods announced it would cut 1,500 jobs as the company strives to slash costs and reign in labor expenses.” Read More
“The last time fears were even remotely comparable was between 2009 and 2011. During that period we saw silver prices skyrocket, eventually peaking at $50.00 per ounce. It could very easily happen again.” Read More