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How to Measure Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Why It's Important

How to Measure Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Why It's Important

December 17, 2023350 view(s)

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the size of a nation's economy, forecasts, and outlook. Learn to invest wisely based on economic predictions.

U.S. Dollar Devaluation Since 1913

U.S. Dollar Devaluation Since 1913

October 20, 20231362 view(s)

The U.S. dollar has lost value over the years. Click here to read and find out about the U.S. dollar devaluation that has been happening since 1913.

Goldman Predicts No Pivot:

Goldman Predicts No Pivot: A Letter to Goldman Sachs (op. ed)

February 24, 2023587 view(s)

“U.S. Fed ‘definitely’ won’t cut interest rates this year, Goldman Sachs says.”

World Economic Forum Warns Catastrophic Cyber Event Likely

World Economic Forum Warns Catastrophic Cyber Event Likely

January 20, 20231665 view(s)

The World Economic Forum (WEF) released the Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2023 report at the 2023 Davos conference.

The Great Reset and the World Economic Council

The Great Reset and the World Economic Council (Part 1)

January 17, 2023874 view(s)

Are the events of our world random happenings, or are they connected? Is there a global conspiracy, or are the population susceptible to imagining things?

Metals Minute off to great start

Metals Minute 170: “Off To a Good Start”

January 04, 2023280 view(s)

Gold, silver, and platinum are off to a good start this morning, and higher for the week.

The Markets of 2023

The Markets of 2023

December 28, 2022559 view(s)

While 2022 continues for the remainder of this week, there are rumblings about what 2023 may bring.

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Secure Wealth with the Ultimate Move: Golden Inflation Hedge

December 28, 2022447 view(s)

Gold moved to a 6-month high on Tuesday, on news that China is reducing Covid restrictions and reopening their economy.

Wells Fargo to Pay $3.7 Billion Over Consumer Abuses

Wells Fargo to Pay $3.7 Billion Over Consumer Abuses

December 22, 2022615 view(s)

Wells Fargo agreed to pay $3.7 billion to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau concerning abuses tied to bank accounts, mortgages, and auto loans.

Goldman Sachs To Lay Off 4,000 Workers

Goldman Sachs To Lay Off 4,000 Workers

December 22, 2022815 view(s)

Goldman Sachs will lay off 8% of its workers in January as its consumer banking division struggles to be profitable.

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