Category Archives: History

2012 vs. 1984: Young adults really do have it harder today

2012 vs. 1984: Young adults really do have it harder today An interesting look back that compares the financial realities faced by young adults in 1984 vs. today.   An interesting and quick read. Excerpt from the article: All young adults … Continue reading

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The Hyperinflation Hype: Why the U.S. Can Never Be Weimar

The Hyperinflation Hype: Why the U.S. Can Never Be Weimar It is tough to read about inflation worries without reading the more alarmist and extreme predictions of hyper-inflation.   Like the article I posted on January 10th,  this article is a … Continue reading

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Lessons From Canada’s Basket Case Moment

Lessons From Canada’s Basket Case Moment I think this is particularly interesting because Canadians all seem to believe their country is immune to the financial realities faced by other nations.  Also, timely because Germany just experienced a similar lack of … Continue reading

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