Wednesday , 20 September 2017


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.

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. Will Hyperinflation Happen in America? Here Are Economic & Political Worst Case Scenarios

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I have been reading a lot lately about the coming hyperinflation in America… [and while] I respect many of the writers [who express that opinion] I think they are jumping the gun. At this point none of the economic or political factors required to set off hyperinflation are present – and a careful analysis of theory, fact, and history leads me to conclude that inflation/stagflation is our future. It is quite a leap of fancy to say we are certain to have hyperinflation. Words: 2780

2. The Most Important Questions (and Answers) Regarding What the Futures Hold for 2013

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Since 2012 is rapidly coming to a close, I’m fielding questions about what the future holds for 2013. My hope? That my answers will be both informative and instructive, and ultimately profitable, of course. Words: 1588; Charts: 2

3. What’s the “Big Picture” for the World in 2013?

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I use three approaches to shape my world view and then combine them to get a much clearer picture of what likely lies ahead. My goal today is to share with you how I come up with a view of the Big Picture and to share my outlook for 2013. Words: 873

4. The Big Mac Index Reveals the REAL Facts On U.S. Inflation!

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A look at the trend in prices of the Big Mac clearly shows that investors are being penalized with higher inflation, lower income from bonds and certificates of deposit and being led to believe that the economy is growing better than it really is. [Let me explain.] Words: 1012; Charts: 2

5. World Debt 101

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“World Debt 101″ examines some of the world’s largest economies and illustrates just how much they have borrowed and what measures many of their  governments are now taking to curb spending and narrow those deficits.

6. Peter Schiff: The Federal Reserve is Now 100% Committed to the Destruction of the Dollar

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In order to generate phony economic growth and to “pay” our country’s debts in the most dishonest manner possible, the Federal Reserve is 100% committed to the destruction of the dollar. Anyone with wealth in the U.S. dollar should be concerned that economic leadership is firmly in the hands of irresponsible bureaucrats who are committed to an ivory tower version of reality that bears no resemblance to the world as it really is. By upping the ante once again in its gamble to revive the lethargic economy through monetary action, the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee is now compelling the rest of us to buy into a game that we may not be able to afford.  Words: 1410

7. These 6 Charts Illustrate That Hyperinflationary Pressure in America Is Growing

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The six charts I provide in this article illustrate why the hyperinflationary pressure in America is growing. This is not necessarily a forecast for hyperinflation – this is simply a demonstration that some of the precursors to a hyperinflationary cliff are building. (Words: 1001; Charts: 7)

8. Oxymoronically, the Biggest Risk to the U.S. Economy & Dollar Might Well Be Economic Growth! Here’s Why

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While Treasuries are said to have no default risk as the Federal Reserve can always print money to pay off the debt, hidden risks might be lurking. As oxymoronic as it may sound, the biggest risk to the economy and the U.S. dollar might be, well, economic growth! Let us explain. Words: 2065; Charts: 1

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