Monthly Archives: April 2020

What You Must Know About Zeros in the Years Ahead

The way zeros work when money is being destroyed by governments is the same way mold spores work on wet drywall. They multiply. They make an unwanted appearance at the back of all prices. Continue reading

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Facing Down America’s Myths and Legends

Each generation is disposed to its own unique myths and legends.  Perhaps an absence of prior experience is what compels the younger generation to pick up the torch of popular delusion, regardless of whether it’s pure madness.  The older generation, on the other hand, may have garnered false expectations through a lifetime spent living in a world that no longer exists. Continue reading

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Will Everything be Awesome for SoFi Stadium?

The property adjacent to the northeast intersection of South Prairie Avenue and Century Boulevard, in Inglewood, California, has undergone a staggering facelift over the last three years. The former Hollywood Park Racetrack was demolished and regraded. SoFi Stadium, at a price tag of $5 billion, is being constructed in its place. Continue reading

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The Upside of The Great Depression of the 2020s

The monster of all monsters is rampaging far and wide. The Federal Reserve, the central bank responsible for issuing U.S. legal tender notes, is going big. But its aim is small. Continue reading

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