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TimeMoney.com
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Economics, Investing, Finance, Markets
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2017

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Reading Time: 4 minutes Too Big To Fail Definition The definition of the term “too big to fail” refers to a company that poses negative systemic risk to the entire economy in the event of failure. Thus far no firm designated as too big to fail has failed, therefore this is a theory, one that you do not want [...] The post Are Too Big To Fail Banks Safe' appeared ...
Posted: Nov 16 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Reading Time: 4 minutes Studying the labor market to determine the strength of overall wage growth is challenging. There are many stats which contradict each other. Economics is like the stock market in that there is always a positive and a negative case. It’s best to hear both sides before formulating a conclusion. Having an accurate perspective on the [...] The post Wage Growth & Blue Collar Jobs appeared first ...
Posted: Nov 14 2017 @ 3:43 PM
Reading Time: 4 minutes The question on many investors’ minds is can there be too much of a good thing' While GDP per capita has been low, the sustained growth which has been relatively consistent along with low inflation and a low amount of global conflict makes for a great stock market. Even low unemployment hasn’t created inflation. Commodity [...] The post Are Stocks Fully Priced' appeared first on TIMEMONEY.COM. ...
Posted: Nov 13 2017 @ 11:57 AM
Reading Time: 4 minutes The consumer is the lifeblood of the economy. Austrian economists differ from the mainstream viewpoint on what drives the economy as they say production drives economic growth whereas Keynesian economists believe that consumption and demand drives the economy. The truth is that both the consumer and the producer are important, something we detailed in our [...] The post How Healthy Is The Consumer' appeared first on ...
Posted: Nov 08 2017 @ 1:28 PM
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Perfect Scenario For Stocks With the economy regaining steam in 2017, the number one risk to equities and economic expansion is inflation. The current economic expansion hasn’t produced inflation, as measured by core CPI, because the growth has been subdued to financial assets. The chart below shows the current payroll growth compared to prior expansions. Size Vs Length Of Expansions It shows how even though the expansion is ...
Posted: Nov 07 2017 @ 9:28 AM
Reading Time: 6 minutes Introduction: Stock Buybacks Are Not Evil Lately stock buybacks are being maligned to extensive proportions. Critics issue blanket statements blaming  stock buybacks for excessive executive compensation, causing a bubble in equities, and the decline in productivity growth. While these are all appropriate criticisms of buybacks, they miss the mark. If you are a shareholder, you should welcome buybacks, since in the short-term stock buybacks decrease the number of ...
Posted: Nov 03 2017 @ 12:29 PM
Reading Time: 4 minutes In this article, we’ll look at the latest changes to the housing market which are being brought about by demographics. Another way of saying that is to say millennials have different tastes, desires, and financial situations than baby boomers and generation X which is fueling changes in the market for living spaces. In short, this article will discuss how more millennials are living in apartments ...
Posted: Nov 02 2017 @ 11:24 AM
Reading Time: 4 minutes The number of bears issuing dire warnings increased after the 2008 financial crisis. There’s a mixture of groups in this category. Some of these prognosticators had legitimate fears as it was one of the worst recessions in US history. Others just spread fear by selling books and ads on articles that generate buzz. This business is very easy because you start with the outlook that ...
Posted: Oct 31 2017 @ 12:45 PM
Reading Time: 4 minutes The previous financial crisis was a disaster for many, with housing prices and equities falling precipitously. Since then, there’s been a new crop of ‘forecasters’ who have made a living explaining when the next crisis will be. That’s backwards looking analysis which feeds off people being scared and uninformed. Even after 8 years of a bull market, some of these doom and gloom soothsayers are ...
Posted: Oct 30 2017 @ 3:11 PM
Reading Time: 4 minutes In this article we’ll look at some of the economic trends within countries to get an idea of which countries are the most innovative. We’ll also look at the inequality trends among countries. As a general rule, the best countries implement free market reforms. Free choices let people and businesses innovate to meet the needs of others. Inequality Among Countries Let’s begin with how countries are doing ...
Posted: Oct 28 2017 @ 11:14 AM

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