Many are calling auto loans the next subprime crisis. They’re too polite to point out the cause of the problem, but I will assign blame to the responsible.
Superman was ahead of his time when he renounced his U.S. citizenship following a dispute with the government. Now, more Americans than ever before are following his example.
The federal deficit grew by more than 30% to $587 billion last year. While Congress is sure to pay it lip service, you should start preparing for the fallout by revisiting gold.
Friday is Inauguration Day for Donald Trump. That word, “inauguration,” comes from the Latin original, meaning a “consecration or installment under good omens.” Let’s hope so!
After one of the most divisive election campaigns ever, remember that Thanksgiving is a day to count our blessings as Americans, to consider what unites us and not to dwell on what might divide us.
Now that the Trump victory is in the history books, what’s it mean for our financial wealth? James Dale Davidson and Jeff Opdyke weigh in on what to expect from President Trump.
The October jobs report may have given Yellen the green light for a December rate hike … well, assuming that the market doesn’t implode after the presidential election.
The 2016 election has been overshadowed with superfluous, irrelevant issues. And neither candidate promises to fix the real issues plaguing America…
Hillary Clinton is going to be the next U.S. president. It gives me no joy to say that. What does that mean for you and your assets/investments? That’s the only thing that matters at this point.