The release of the December FOMC meeting minutes makes clear one thing: the U.S. Federal Reserve does not have a plan for the course of the stimulus reduction it announced last month.
Happy New Year from the U.S. government. Now, empty your pockets. We have to give your money to someone else.
“The Cleantech Crash” – profiled on CBS’ “60 Minutes” Sunday night – has joined the list of the U.S. government’s biggest blunders, wasting approximately $150 billion dating back to the George W. Bush administration.
Bitcoin prices climbed back over $1,000 yesterday (Monday), less than two weeks after the virtual currency crashed below $500.
I’ve said it before, and even though I’ve been threatened, in not so subtle ways, and been warned not to piss off certain people in power, I’m going to keep on saying it:
JPMorgan (NYSE: JPM) is a criminal enterprise.
Wall Street traders tired of dealing with traditional securities now have another career option, as a San Francisco-based hedge fund has recently advertised a Bitcoin trader job.
Owning some gold has long been a part of the Money Morning investing philosophy. After all, gold offers some insurance against the dollar-debasing policies of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Eleven state attorneys general are crying foul, calling U.S. President Barack Obama’s unilateral Obamacare changes unconstitutional since he is bypassing congressional approval.
There were 55 tax breaks that expired when the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve that will affect millions of American businesses and individuals.
It’s a time to look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly and discuss the part I always find the most intriguing: where the “wired” money is going next.