Category: Future

Americans Are Not Prepared For A Recession

It’s no surprise that Americans feel financially stretched thin, stressed, and overwhelmed. With debt skyrocketing, savings plummeting, and the cost of living increasing, it seems that more and more are finding it difficult to climb the economic ladder. Some background on how economics works. An individual can only spend as much money as they earn. […]

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Weekly Market Recap – Pushing On A String

There has been a lot of financial news over the last week. Here is a quick rundown of what has been going on in case you missed anything. JP Morgan Chase Repo Culprit After the last few weeks, it seems like no one is talking about the repo market operations the Fed is continuing to […]

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UBI Is A Wealth Transfer System – From Poor To Rich

Universal Basic Income has gained popularity as a utopian idea in the last few years. Mark Zuckerberg started talking about it publicly back in 2017. It’s always the same story. Due to the consequences of technology, there will not be enough jobs for people soon. The government needs to step in to rescue these people […]

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The Superpower Bias: Why “Time In The Market” Might Be Past Its Prime

If you’ve been around any standard financial advice, you’ve probably heard the phrase, “Time in the market is more important than timing the market.” It’s a phrase that is meant to convey a few things. First, don’t try and predict when good and bad market times will be because if you are wrong, it could […]

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