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Financial Common Sense – Part 3

   This article completes the economic trinity titled: ” Financial Common Sense.”  Part one in this trinity dealt with the formation and bursting of the dot-com bubble of 2000-2001.  Part two dealt with the formation and bursting of the equity-housing … Continue reading

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Financial Common Sense – Part 1

   Common sense is an important characteristic that people should possess.  However, when there is an economic upturn in the economy, individuals should ask themselves some questions.  The first question should be: 1) Is this economic upturn justified?  The second … Continue reading

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The End Of Free Market Capitalism

   In the second decade of the 21st. Century, the U.S. has destroyed free market capitalism using a dual approach.  The first thrust of the anti-capitalist agenda involved the irresponsible and often illegal actions by the U.S. Government and various … Continue reading

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The Real National Debt

   Former House Ways and Means Committee Chairman, Bill Archer, recently identified all the hidden federal obligations contained in the fine print of all federal budget documents.     When the totality of liabilities, such as pensions and benefits, is factored … Continue reading

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