Category Archives: Interest Rates

Is America about to be Hit with Inflation?

In a recent set of articles and editorials appearing in The Wall Street Journal, inflation, the devaluation of the dollar, and the state of the American economy – all are at the top of the news right now.  With high unemployment - nearly 15 million unemployed – and about one in seven Americans unable to find [...]
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Will Americans Choose Economic Growth and Prosperity – Or Economic Decline and Poverty?

Today, America is at an extremely critical juncture in our history.  We are a prosperous nation on the brink of economic decline.  We are currently in the midst of an exceptionally weak recovery, following the worst recession since the Great Depression in the 1930’s.  America is following a set of high tax and reckless spending policies that are creating astoundingly-high [...]
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Low Interest Rates – Who Wins? Who Loses?

In The Wall Street Journal this week, an op-ed piece deals with the Federal Reserve’s policy of near-zero interest rates, presumably to help our very anemic and faltering economic recovery.  Are we really in an economic recovery?  Or, are we on the edge of a double-dip recession?  Or worse yet, are we entering a depression [...]
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