Ideas for cutting down on your car expenses



You’ll want to be doubly diligent about getting the most out of your miles. A little savings here and there can make a big difference throughout the year.

How Spain’s Economic Woes continue to Impact in the Construction Industry



While Greece remains the poster boy for the Eurozone’s financial crisis, there are other countries that have been just as adversely affected. Take Spain, for example, whose recent political failures and lack of sustained direction have perpetuated the cycle of ongoing economic decline.

Tragedy to strike U.S. economy within 10 years, says JPMorgan



Economic tragedy in the United States will not occur in the next five to 10 years, but rather, lead Americans into a false sense of security, according to JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon.

Atlanta Housing Market Then and Now



Atlanta, Georgia has always been one of the stellar housing markets in the United States for a variety of reasons. First, and foremost, is Atlanta’s southeastern location

Housing Bouyed by Improving Economy



Recent drops in oil prices and mortgage rates, along with positive tailwinds in the economy, are helping to jump-start the housing market in the new year

All is Not Well With the Employment Picture



Last Friday, the government announced that 217,000 new jobs were added to the economy. But while unemployment fell to 6.3%, the types of jobs people are doing indicates the economy is anything but robust.

2014 Real Estate Market Will See Sales Growth But It Will Remain Slow



Looking towards the future of the residential real estate market has been difficult for several years and it remains that way for 2014. Much of it has to do with the sluggish economy. Yes, the economy is improving but it is doing so at a slower rate than from previous recessions. Although the recession may […]

Someone Is Stealing Your Money – How The Fed is Picking Your Pockets



Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke frequently points to “low inflation” as justification for a continuation of his current policy of Quantitative Easing (QE1, QE2, QE3, QE4). Simply put, Bernanke believes, (or is betting), that he can continue to flood the economy with newly printed, nearly worthless dollars because inflation is still low and deflation is supposedly the real problem.

Obama And Boehner Agree On General Framework For Lying To American Public



As the fiscal cliff negotiations continue over who gets to pay more income taxes, the good news is that President Obama and House Speaker Boehner have made significant progress. They’ve already got a framework in place for exactly how they plan to mislead the American public about the economy and inflation. Once that is done, it’s relatively easy to cut the deficit and tell the public that things are OK.

The Business Of War – Too Big To Fail?



When it comes to spending federal tax dollars, the biggest piece of the pie goes to fund the U.S. military. Bigger than all of the Bank bailouts, bigger than the Fannie Mae – Freddie Mac bailouts, bigger than FHA’s 34 billion dollar deficit, bigger than the auto industry bailouts, bigger than any other “too big to fail” entity, COMBINED.

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