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Real household incomes for most Americans haven't grown that much in the last several decades. [Read More]
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One of the most important things to write about—and the most difficult—is the future of work. The world is dividing into people who can manipulate... [Read More]
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Things keep changing, and at an accelerating pace. It's hard to predict what work will be like in the future. New technology will destroy old... [Read More]
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Federal Reserve data shows people are earning less than they did 17 years ago. But it's even worse than that. People are worried about sliding... [Read More]
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On a global basis, the number of people trapped in extreme poverty has dropped this century. That trend does not mean everyone everywhere is living... [Read More]
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Poverty is going extinct, and the middle class is shrinking. The difference is most apparent in the US, where the middle class is different from... [Read More]
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The reality today is that equities are expensive. You'll need to be mentally prepared to play offense when P/Es eventually shift back down into quintiles... [Read More]
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Not surprisingly, they all point to the fact that equities are pricey. But what is surprising is the degree of overvaluation—we are talking about the... [Read More]
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The world is currently in the midst of an exporters' crisis. The stagnation in global consumption levels and decline of commodity prices have led to... [Read More]
33% of Americans have no savings and couple that with the uncertain future of Social Security and Medicare, those looking to retire have a lot... [Read More]
If you are an amateur trader (or even an experienced trader), you might think that this is a good time to short retailers. [Read More]
My friend Raoul Pal is talking about India. And more specifically, he says that recent advances in that nation's technological infrastructure leave the rest of... [Read More]
US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are meeting now at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Most meetings between world leaders are relatively... [Read More]
With the uncertain future of Social Security, Baby Boomers need to begin to take action and consider alternative ways of generating income in their 70s. [Read More]
The European Peninsula is quite diverse and splintered. That is part of the reason the European Union is a financial catastrophe. [Read More]
I've written about this previously, but there are 10 million American men of prime working age (25 to 54) who have simply dropped out of... [Read More]
The only two ways we can grow the US economy is either grow the workforce or increase productivity. However, trends are showing that men continue... [Read More]
Free trade seems to be a thing of the past as countries are moving toward policies that benefit the individual country versus the global economy. [Read More]
As we wrote about in "China's Strategy," East Asia is split into four parts: The Pacific archipelago, the Chinese mainland, the Korean Peninsula, and Indochina.... [Read More]
Unemployment is still increasing. But the numbers don't show the real problem. The real problem goes much deeper. And life situation is no guarantee of... [Read More]
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