We recently caught up with Thomas Woods the author of the best selling book Meltdown. Learn what he has to say about auditing the Federal Reserve (FED). Currently, over 300 … [Read more...] about Audit The FED, Why Not? – Thomas Woods Author of Meltdown Interviewed About Ron Paul's Bill HR 1207
My new article on Forbes.com... -------------- For entrepreneurs, getting through these financially turbulent times may require some imaginative [read whole article on Forbes.com] … [Read more...] about Bail Yourself Out
There are about 100 million non-government, non-taxpayer-paid workers in the U.S. $3 trillion normal government spending + $2 trillion additional emergency spending = $5 trillion government spending in 2009. That amounts to $50,000 of government spending per non-government, non-taxpayer-paid … [Read more...] about How to Cope with Your New $50k in Forced Debt This Year
Three years ago real estate investing was hot. Today, many people act as if the opportunity has passed. I contend that the opposite is true. In the past, as a mortgage banker focused on originating mortgages for investment properties, I started listening to and learning from my real estate investor … [Read more...] about How to profit from real estate investments in a soft and declining real estate market
...our current circumstances. Rather than ignore the current economic problems, I choose to acknowledge this elephant in the living room during our Thanksgiving holiday. We are bombarded with headlines like "What will fix our economic problems?" It is absolutely silly. The recession is the solution … [Read more...] about I am thankful for…
Although the House rejected the recent $700 billion bailout, there is plenty of bailing out that has already happened, and there is more to come. Already: $80 billion injected into failed AIG IndyMac bank taken over by FDIC Bank of America bought Merrill Lynch for $50 billion - 70% over its … [Read more...] about Who will bail out the government?
This question is on the minds of millions of Americans. I know exactly how to recover your losses: get out of the U.S. stock market and recoup your losses elsewhere. S&P 500 loses 28% in one year The sales pitch of securities salesman is that the stock market goes up around 8% or 9% per year … [Read more...] about Is this the bottom? How to recover your stock market losses
While I generally avoid mutual funds like the plague, I don't avoid the stock market altogether. I'll split what I do in the stock market into two categories: long and short. Either way, I'm honest with myself in admitting that no matter what I do in the stock market, it will be speculative and … [Read more...] about Self Honesty: Stock Market Strategies Worth Considering