Since 2009, a lot of analysts have learned the hard way not to play Chicken Little and scream the sky is falling. However, after last week’s FOMC meeting as a capper to so many other economic and geopolitical issues brewing, seems things are getting serious. Take a looksee at yet another chart…READ MORE
Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life*…” and never has this been more apropos than now. American’s may have occasionally tied one too many on and certainly have enjoyed more than their share of McFatty meals. Less visible but possibly of greater importance is the toxic combined lack of educational push and/or individual pull to understand the finances and economics in which we live, work, and perhaps hope to raise a family. American’s are simply economically irresponsible and clueless. Click here for more.
TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman joined Pimm Fox and Carol Massar on Bloomberg’s Taking Stock Podcast to discuss how companies are either buying back shares or purchasing companies with cash because interest rates are at zero percent. You can listen to the audio here.
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