Wednesday , 13 December 2017


Links to 5 of the “Best-of-the-Best” Articles on the Financial Plight of the USA

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Given the hectic lives we lead you may well have missed some excellent articles on the financial plight of the U.S. and recent developments in the economy. Not to worry. Below are introductory paragraphs and links to 5 of the “best-of-the-best” articles on the subject.

By Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) and www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com (A site for sore eyes and inquisitive minds).

As is the case with all articles posted on munKNEE.com, each of the articles below has been edited for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure you have a fast and easy read. Find a comfortable chair, put up your feet and take a few minutes for yourself and enjoy one or more of the articles.

1. The Captains of Monetary Policy Have Not Grasped These Priceless Lessons of History & At Our Expense!

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If you are clearly watching, listening and paying attention to what is going on around you, and not what the press ‘conjures up’ and the political apparatus ‘spins’, then the following lessons, in the following sequence, should resonate with you. [Unfortunately, however,] the captains of world monetary policy have not and, as such, they have put the world on a course that history has warned us against [and we will eventually pay the price of their ignorance and ineptitude. Take a look. These words of wisdom (lessons) are as timely today as when first spoken/written.] Words: 865

2. What’s Presently Occurring Is Unsustainable & It’s Inevitable It Will End – Badly! Here’s Why

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To any sane person who has a grasp of what is presently occurring, it is obvious that the current state of affairs is unsustainable. The question is how long can the monetary captains’ misguided policies keep us off the shoals of our economic destruction. How long can policies of “extend and pretend”, “kick the can down the road” or “fake it until you make it” continue? The answer is unknowable but…when something is UNSUSTAINABLE it is INEVITABLE that it will END. TIME is the only unknown. The certainty of it ending BADLY is not. Words: 1265; Charts: 6

3. Will the U.S. Follow in the Footsteps of the Once Great – and Now Financially Desperate – Argentina? I Wonder

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Like health, freedom erodes gradually over time… then all at once. We lose a freedom here, there, through a slow, measured deterioration of civil and economic liberty: body scanners at the airport; declarations of foreign accounts; mandatory health insurance and then, suddenly, there’s a bifurcation point when the deterioration goes nonlinear. It’s like the old saying about going broke– it happens gradually, then all at once. We lose our freedoms in the same way. [That is already happening in Argentina where the government is] screwing everyone, big time: banks, businesses, workers, retirees, professionals, entrepreneurs, even government employees and the U.S. is starting to go down this road as well. [Let me explain.] Words: 625

4. Monty Pelerin: Economic Collapse Coming to U.S. & Other Industrialized Nations of the World!  Here’s Why

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Those dependent on the welfare state are unaware that their benefits are not sustainable. Most believe tomorrow will be like today and the checks will keep coming from Mother Government. Political power was gained based on promising these benefits. No politician will risk his position by trying to reduce them. No democratic society has ever rolled them back via peaceful political means. [At worst,] the economy and society could end up in ashes [and, at best,] the world is in for a long period of stagnation, retrogression and conflict. [Let me explain more fully.] Words: 1115

5. U.S. Debt 101: If the U.S. Were A Stock Few Investors Would Own It – Here’s Why

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There has been a lot of media coverage about the United States’ debt issue these days. Why should we care? Because as U.S. citizens, we all own stock in this “company” called the United States of America (let’s say the ticker symbol is USA). We purchased this stock through the various taxes we pay every year (income tax, payroll tax, corporate tax) and we receive dividends through the various benefits we receive every year (security provided by defense budget, Medicare/Medicaid benefits, Social Security benefits, etc.). This article attempts to explain the U.S. national debt in simple layman’s terms by analyzing the United States and its debt issue as if it were a stock investment. Words: 1929; Charts: 5; Tables: 1

6. Busy Leading Up to Christmas? Here Are 8 Articles on America’s (and the World’s) Economic Plight

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The week leading up to the holidays can be the most hectic imaginable so it is quite possible you didn’t find time to keep abreast of recent developments in the economy. Not to worry. Below are introductory paragraphs and links to 8 of the “best-of-the-best” articles on the subject.

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