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That 5.2% Jump in Household Income? Nope, People Aren’t Suddenly Getting Big-Fat Paychecks

If soothsayers want to know why men are frustrated, and more than frustrated, they can just look at the chart.

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Latest Small Business Survey Trips Economic Alarms

NFIB Survey Suggests Weak Economic Prospects   Earlier this week, the National Federation of Independent Businesses released their monthly Small Business Survey. While this data is much overlooked by the...

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Hillary's Health, Tin Foil Hats And The MSM's Putin/Trump Whoppers

  The Gloves are Coming Off First a little bit of recent history. Readers are probably aware that some questions about the occasionally malfunctioning Deep State android… no, wait, we’ll start again. Questions have recently been raised about the health of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton by various “alt-right” tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorists, such as this […]

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Obamacare Free Stuff------100% of Fictitious Enrollees Obtained Subsidies In GAO Investigation

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Auto Bubble Update-----One In Eight Car Loans Go To Subprime Borrowers And Exceed 100% Of Vehicle Value

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Here Comes Operation Reverse Twist-------BOJ Style

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Thanks, Janet-------Rock-Bottom Yields Dig Hole for Pensions

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The Lemmings March On----Junk-Bond Buyers Persist in Yield Hunt Amid Global Market Spasms

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When The ‘Risk-Free’ Rate Is Risk…

Treasury bill rates have been trading notably higher of late, with the 3-month bill equivalent yield as much as 37 bps this week. Though it was the highest rate since November 2008, a true reading of bill history shows that it is not a matter of Fedearl Reserve policy “normalization.” Trading in bills, especially the...

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U.S. Household Finances – It Only Looks Like the Good Life

Of all the recognized generational cohorts dating from the American Revolution, it is the 13th or the Generation X cohort which demographers find hardest to define. Did the stork deliver the first Gen X-ers as early as 1960 or as … Continue reading →

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