U.S. Hyperinflation Risk Mounts, Expert Warns
The United States is racking up so much debt as a percentage of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that it seems to be headed toward hyperinflation.
Economic Pessimists Vent at Freedom Fest
Ever-increasing debt loads taken on by governments around the world worry the economic and market forecasters who spoke Thursday at the opening day of FreedomFest.
Forbes Predicts U.S. Gold Standard Within 5 Years
Restoring this stable and solid monetary foundation is a sure way to curb reckless federal spending and renew confidence in the U.S. dollar, the financier insists.
China Flexes Marketplace Muscle
America needs to cultivate other sources of acquiring tech-driven metals when China plays withholding games.
British Resolve and French Protests Show Contrasting Reactions to Fiscal Reality
As European Union nations respond to budget hardships, America may be looking at its own future.
Europe Shifts Toward Fiscal Conservatism as America Spends Wildly
European countries are getting serious about controlling deficits while America’s government grows.
Europe Accepts Fiscal Discipline, America Goes Other Way
Europe increasingly is being seen as a place of fiscal responsibility, while America is perceived as a free-spending nation that has lost its way.
Investment Tips Offered for Tumultuous Times
Dr. Mark Skousen offers his sage advice for investors at FreedomFest conference.
Federal Policies Thwart Economic Recovery
"Governments have been spending like drunken sailors with the false expectation that it will stimulate the economy"
Debating Alternatives to the Fed
Lively debate (and plenty of Fed bashing) about the role of the Federal Reserve at FreedomFest.