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Ben Esget

A Renaissance View of Deleveraging

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often...

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Lance Winslow

Are the BRICs Crumbling Over Free Trade?

We all know that the BRICs are; Brazil, Russia, India, and China. They seem to have banded together in a trading bloc to help each other, they all consider...

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Ben Esget

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often biased and incomplete. Opinions of how

By: Ben Esget l News & Society > Economics l Jul 12, 2012
Lance Winslow

Not long ago, I had the opportunity to discuss economic philosophy with something that was less-than-human. Now you might think that this is a negative, but I assure you it isn't. Nevertheless, when

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 25, 2012
Ashok Malhotra

There has been a trend for many governments around the world to augment national budgetary resources by incurring debt. This debt is raised through deficit budgets supplemented by quantitative

By: Ashok Malhotra l News & Society > Economics l Apr 25, 2012
Larry M. Elkin

The economy suffers when banks concentrate on collecting fees rather than deposits. And on making trades rather than loans.

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > Economics l Apr 24, 2012

Anyone on a budget can benefit using money saving tips. With the uncertain political and economic climate, it pays to turn over a few stones.

By: George Wu l News & Society > Economics l Apr 23, 2012
Lance Winslow

Over the past weekend I've been reading a very famous popular book by Peter Drucker "Post-Capitalist Society," which he had produced in 1993. Dr. Drucker is obviously a fan of capitalism, but he also

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 22, 2012
Ilya Shambat

For a long time, there was a strong movement of people militating against business. There is some of that now; but there is a much larger movement of people militating against science, including many

By: Ilya Shambat l News & Society > Economics l Apr 22, 2012

This article discusses the need for having a long-term food supply as part of an emergency preparedness plan during uncertain economic times. No more than ever, this is an issue that needs to be

By: Ashley Bueno l News & Society > Economics l Apr 22, 2012
Tom Genot

Defining inflation is the slow and on-going price increase of commodities, goods and services observed over a long period of time that reflects rising annual costs for manufactures and consumers.

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Apr 21, 2012
Lance Winslow

It's very hard to have legitimate dialogue with foreign nations or engage in free-trade negotiations at a time when nations are busy seizing foreign assets and nationalizing oil wells, gas

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 18, 2012
Lance Winslow

It seems the economic political rhetoric is already heating up as the 2012 G8 Summit meeting in Chicago approaches. Yes, there are lots to talk about; the EU crisis, Nationalizing of company oil

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 17, 2012
Michael Hume

The United States, driven by the freedom guaranteed by our Constitutional republic, was once the model for quality education in the world. We led the free world in math, science, and the humanities.

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Apr 17, 2012
Michael Hume

America's in the midst of a great ideological struggle - perhaps the most important such struggle since the Civil War. The very existence of America (at least as founded) is at stake. On one side are

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Apr 10, 2012
Ed Thomson

Government bonds are essentially financial instruments which are sold by a government to other people/countries. This article takes a look at this ancient financial instrument and just how it can be

By: Ed Thomson l News & Society > Economics l Apr 10, 2012
Lance Winslow

There is an economic theory that states that you need to have that minimum 2.2% population growth to prevent your economy from becoming stagnant and backpedaling. If you don't have population growth,

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 09, 2012
Tom Genot

Inflation is a serious problem that will affect any society over time. Serious monetary stresses are created that will affect the most basic of needs such as food for your family to eat, fuel for

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Apr 07, 2012
Lance Winslow

It seems unfortunate that bad policy, spending, and lack of fiscal responsibility caused the crisis in Europe and yet, they plan on bailing things out, guaranteeing re-negotiated debt, and then

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 06, 2012
Carmen Alexe

The boom-bust economic cycle is not a phenomenon that "just happens" without an underlying cause. For example, the most recent real estate boom brought upon us a fascinating economic adversity. While

By: Carmen Alexe l News & Society > Economics l Apr 05, 2012
Michael Hume

What can you do? You might run for office or support a campaign, seeking to restore freedom to our nation's political process. You might write letters or start asking questions at public meetings,

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Apr 03, 2012
Frank Thomas Smith

During my recent trip to Germany I heard of a new initiative which interested me greatly. It's called the "Basis Income", according to which every individual - child, working adult or retiree -

By: Frank Thomas Smith l News & Society > Economics l Apr 03, 2012
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Ben Esget

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often biased and incomplete. Opinions of how

By: Ben Esget l News & Society > Economics l Jul 12, 2012 lViews: 107 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

We all know that the BRICs are; Brazil, Russia, India, and China. They seem to have banded together in a trading bloc to help each other, they all consider themselves fast-moving emerging nations,

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Feb 28, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Tom Genot

Defining inflation is the slow and on-going price increase of commodities, goods and services observed over a long period of time that reflects rising annual costs for manufactures and consumers.

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Apr 21, 2012 lViews: 78 lComments: 0
Keith Springer

What must certainly be the best stock market indicator known to man has blessed the stock market. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue indicator is screaming for a big year. When an American graces

By: Keith Springer l News & Society > Economics l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Tom Genot

For decades now, the world has been partying wildly, while drinking from the proverbial punch bowl of good times. Ever since the gold window was closed by President Nixon in 1971 governments have

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Rashiid K Coleman

The "American Dream" is a mantra, an ideal, a national ethos in which the citizens of this great country believe they have an equal opportunity for liberty, prosperity, and success. It is founded

By: Rashiid K Coleman l News & Society > Economics l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

America is fading away; at times, you can hardly see it any more. Why? Because a minority among us are enemies of the very idea of America, and they've been slowly pulling us away from our intended

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Larry M. Elkin

The economy suffers when banks concentrate on collecting fees rather than deposits. And on making trades rather than loans.

By: Larry M. Elkin l News & Society > Economics l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Anyone on a budget can benefit using money saving tips. With the uncertain political and economic climate, it pays to turn over a few stones.

By: George Wu l News & Society > Economics l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Carmen Alexe

The boom-bust economic cycle is not a phenomenon that "just happens" without an underlying cause. For example, the most recent real estate boom brought upon us a fascinating economic adversity. While

By: Carmen Alexe l News & Society > Economics l Apr 05, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

The much publicised sinking of the Costa Concordia cruise ship off the coast of Italy in January was a major disaster for the cruise industry, costing many lives and leaving many others undoubtedly

By: Vernon Robinson l News & Society > Economics l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Africa is a vast spacious continent riddled with war, famine and political corruption. In many parts of the continent, everyday has a new outlook. Economic migration is a source of new horizons with

By: Amin Rashid l News & Society > Economics l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Michael Saunders

The Economic Development Administration, otherwise known as EDA, is a federal government agency operating within the United States Department of Commerce that is mostly responsible for providing

By: Michael Saunders l News & Society > Economics l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Over the past weekend I've been reading a very famous popular book by Peter Drucker "Post-Capitalist Society," which he had produced in 1993. Dr. Drucker is obviously a fan of capitalism, but he also

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha

If you truly desire to be rich and wealthy, rich dad, poor dad authored by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one book you need to read and have on your book shelf. This book is a good guide for those who want to

By: Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha l News & Society > Economics l Mar 07, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Waleed Khalid Shaikh

The transformation of feudal society into an industrial one created an upheaval in the settled life of people and agitated their minds, inciting them to think in terms of revolution, and to use force

By: Waleed Khalid Shaikh l News & Society > Economics l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Ashok Malhotra

There has been a trend for many governments around the world to augment national budgetary resources by incurring debt. This debt is raised through deficit budgets supplemented by quantitative

By: Ashok Malhotra l News & Society > Economics l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

This article discusses the need for having a long-term food supply as part of an emergency preparedness plan during uncertain economic times. No more than ever, this is an issue that needs to be

By: Ashley Bueno l News & Society > Economics l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Carmen Alexe

Generations of Americans have been persuaded to believe that America's economy has been running amok for too long. They've been told that capitalism failed and the powerful booms and busts were the

By: Carmen Alexe l News & Society > Economics l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

Taking the country back from the progressives is the biggest project we've ever faced - even bigger than the World Wars and the Great Depression (which many now believe was caused by the very

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
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Ashok Malhotra

There has been a trend for many governments around the world to augment national budgetary resources by incurring debt. This debt is raised through deficit budgets supplemented by quantitative

By: Ashok Malhotra l News & Society > Economics l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Ben Esget

Traditional analysis of debt and deleveraging (the process where households, corporations and governments are forced to reduce their overall debt) is often biased and incomplete. Opinions of how

By: Ben Esget l News & Society > Economics l Jul 12, 2012 lViews: 107 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

We all know that the BRICs are; Brazil, Russia, India, and China. They seem to have banded together in a trading bloc to help each other, they all consider themselves fast-moving emerging nations,

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Feb 28, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

There is an economic theory that states that you need to have that minimum 2.2% population growth to prevent your economy from becoming stagnant and backpedaling. If you don't have population growth,

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 09, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It seems unfortunate that bad policy, spending, and lack of fiscal responsibility caused the crisis in Europe and yet, they plan on bailing things out, guaranteeing re-negotiated debt, and then

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 06, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Not long ago, I had the opportunity to discuss economic philosophy with something that was less-than-human. Now you might think that this is a negative, but I assure you it isn't. Nevertheless, when

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Over the past weekend I've been reading a very famous popular book by Peter Drucker "Post-Capitalist Society," which he had produced in 1993. Dr. Drucker is obviously a fan of capitalism, but he also

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It's very hard to have legitimate dialogue with foreign nations or engage in free-trade negotiations at a time when nations are busy seizing foreign assets and nationalizing oil wells, gas

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 18, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

It seems the economic political rhetoric is already heating up as the 2012 G8 Summit meeting in Chicago approaches. Yes, there are lots to talk about; the EU crisis, Nationalizing of company oil

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

I'm not sure if you have stayed up on the latest in the changing demographics of the United States, but things are changing rapidly as the baby boomers are retiring, and the next generation is taking

By: Lance Winslow l News & Society > Economics l Feb 13, 2011 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

The much publicised sinking of the Costa Concordia cruise ship off the coast of Italy in January was a major disaster for the cruise industry, costing many lives and leaving many others undoubtedly

By: Vernon Robinson l News & Society > Economics l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

America is fading away; at times, you can hardly see it any more. Why? Because a minority among us are enemies of the very idea of America, and they've been slowly pulling us away from our intended

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

Taking the country back from the progressives is the biggest project we've ever faced - even bigger than the World Wars and the Great Depression (which many now believe was caused by the very

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Feb 20, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

America's in the midst of a great ideological struggle - perhaps the most important such struggle since the Civil War. The very existence of America (at least as founded) is at stake. On one side are

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

What can you do? You might run for office or support a campaign, seeking to restore freedom to our nation's political process. You might write letters or start asking questions at public meetings,

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Apr 03, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Michael Hume

The United States, driven by the freedom guaranteed by our Constitutional republic, was once the model for quality education in the world. We led the free world in math, science, and the humanities.

By: Michael Hume l News & Society > Economics l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Tom Genot

For decades now, the world has been partying wildly, while drinking from the proverbial punch bowl of good times. Ever since the gold window was closed by President Nixon in 1971 governments have

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Tom Genot

Inflation is a serious problem that will affect any society over time. Serious monetary stresses are created that will affect the most basic of needs such as food for your family to eat, fuel for

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Apr 07, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Tom Genot

The Federal Reserve is one of the largest problems facing America today. The one question many people ask is what does a Federal Government Bank have to do with our nation's problems? For starters it

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Mar 30, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Tom Genot

Defining inflation is the slow and on-going price increase of commodities, goods and services observed over a long period of time that reflects rising annual costs for manufactures and consumers.

By: Tom Genot l News & Society > Economics l Apr 21, 2012 lViews: 78 lComments: 0
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