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And when you’re dealing with billions – if not trillions – of dollars, a few measly percentage points can make a huge ripple in the economy. So, current interest rates and future interest rate changes are really important for companies, consumers and investors alike. Our experts keep you in the loop with the rise and fall of interest rates.

Japan Hit a Demographics Brick Wall

There are only two charts of Japan’s stock market you need to know. The one before 1990… See larger image And the one after 1990… See larger image These two charts best explain the difference between cyclical and structural influences on the stock market. Normal...

400 Billion People… Gone

The Bent Curve of Demographics How often have you heard, “Nothing moves in a straight line?” This is a common statement from market pundits, teachers and parents. But when it comes to talking about populations, the assumption has always been...

Spain's House of Cards

Spain’s home prices peaked later, and higher, than U.S. home prices. That spells double trouble for the Spanish economy, which will likely plummet longer, and harder, than our own. See larger image You can see Spaniards saw the value of their...

The Pain in Spain

The Pain in Spain from Unemployment The Pain in Spain… …Falls mostly on the young! The official unemployment rate in Spain is now 24.47%. When your unemployment rate is that high, you should just say 25% and be done with it. Think about...

What American Dream!?

Eleven years. That’s how long it took Mexicans, living in America, to pack their bags. I come to this conclusion after comparing two long-term charts. First, here’s the Dow Jones Industrial Average from 1930 to 2000.   See larger image The U.S. economy and...

Mexicans Tell Lady Liberty: “No thanks!”

Mexicans Tell Lady Liberty: “No thanks!” George Will once wrote that the best measure of a country is whether the door swings in or swings out. He was crystallizing the idea that a country can be judged on how...

Government Spending Pads Profits…For Now

U.S. Corporations will be looking to save money wherever they can in the coming years. For all we hear about companies struggling to get back on their feet, they’re actually enjoying record high profit margins right now. But that’s all...

Now Co-Workers Can Be Annoying From Home

Now Co-Workers Can Be Annoying From Home Gone are the days when you could avoid co-workers by closing your office door or pretending to be on the phone. Now, using video technology, document drop software, and a combination of email,...

Pensions That Kill

Safeway Stores owes more in unfunded pension liabilities than the entire company is worth. The city of Providence, Rhode Island will most likely follow Central Falls, Rhode Island into bankruptcy to greatly reduce its pension liabilities. American Airlines is...

A Sign of Indecision

February was a month of milestones for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The index first broke above the May 2011 peak of 12,876, making “new highs,” in technical speak. Later that month the Dow traded over 13,000 – a...
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