The Trump administration is expected to start renegotiating NAFTA as early as this week.
We’ve created a list of some of President Trump’s cabinet members that could affect you – and your money…
Over 15 major U.S. companies laid off workers in 2016.
For example, Macy’s Inc. (NYSE: M) let 4,000 workers go last year. And Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) laid off 2,800.
Unfortunately, this trend is likely to continue into 2017
The Freedom Caucus is taking the first step to cut Obamacare later this month by enacting a new budget.
Well-known economist Peter Schiff is questioning the Fed’s intentions.
He claims Yellen only raised interest rates to fool investors with false optimism.
Our “most-hated companies 2016” list includes companies who lied, poisoned, and took advantage of consumers just like you.
Peter Schiff warns that there will be a massive financial crisis under a Trump presidency.
Failing companies bleed money – and sometimes that’s your money.
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