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Americans Could Face “Lose-Lose” Situation Thanks to Fed

In 2018, the Fed raised rates four times, despite signs the economy is not doing well. Here’s how the Fed’s tunnel vision could result in a “lose-lose” situation for all Americans… Peter Reagan, February 15, 2019 In December, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates yet again, with Fed Chair Jerome Powell claiming “the economy is

The “Lose-Lose” Situation That’s a Risk To Your Savings

In 2018, the Fed raised rates four times, despite signs the economy is not doing well. Here’s how the Fed’s tunnel vision could result in a “lose-lose” situation for all Americans… Peter Reagan, January 11, 2019 In December, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates yet again, with Fed Chair Jerome Powell claiming “the economy is

Big Banks in Trouble for Being Unethical with Your Money

Several big banks are getting in trouble for unethical practices. Here’s how the resulting uncertainty in the market could have ripple effects on the economy… Peter Reagan, December 6, 2018 It starts with Wells Fargo. Today they’re facing a $1 billion fine for auto and mortgage loan abuses from 2016. Of course, this isn’t the

Big Banks Facing Legal Trouble for Unethical Practices

Several big banks are getting in trouble for unethical practices. Here’s how the resulting uncertainty in the market could have ripple effects on the economy… Peter Reagan, November 15, 2018 It starts with Wells Fargo. Today they’re facing a $1 billion fine for auto and mortgage loan abuses from 2016. Of course, this isn’t the

Medical Marijuana: Stocks you Have to Own

Dear Reader, With 93% of Americans in favor of legalizing medical marijuana, President Trump saying: “I’m in favor of it 100%” and Attorney General Jeff Sessions admitting the benefits of medical marijuana — federal legalization is all but certain. But before it becomes legal in all 50 states, causing an expected 4,067% market surge, it’s

Do You Support Brands or Athletes That Protest the National Anthem?

Fellow American, To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its “Just Do It” campaign, Nike chose former NFL player Colin Kaepernick to appear in its ads. Kaepernick is most famous for kneeling during the national anthem and also drew harsh criticism for wearing socks depicting pigs wearing police uniforms. Despite these disrespectful actions, Nike has never