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U.S. National Debt to Surpass GDP for Third Year in a Row
Open Fort Knox! The Ink at the Money Printing Press Is Dry
Fiscal “Y2Cliff” Sham Held Investors Hostage in 2012
Stock Market and Economy: What We Can Expect in 2013
Happy New Year to all of our Investment Contrarians readers!
Dear Mr. President: Now It’s Time to Deliver on Your Promises
By the time you are reading this, either Barack Obama or Mitt Romney will have won the race to be the 45th President of the United States.
As we all know, the eurozone credit crisis has taken away any chance of economic growth in the global economy.
Interest rates on U.S. bonds may be ridiculously low, but that doesn't mean the country's future interest payments on the national debt will be.
Uncle Sam will shell out more than $5 trillion in interest payments over the next decade, according to the latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office.