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The days of the dime store are long gone.

The Five and Dime is now the $5 and $10

In my lifetime, the dime store became the dollar store and now it might as well be the $5 and $10 store. Thanks, inflation.
Lobster Roll vs Beef Empanada

Layoffs are Already Happening as Economy Sinks

Layoffs are happening on the local and national level, energy prices are rising, and consumers are cutting back on spending.
There's a recession on the horizon and it looks ugly.

Higher Interest Rates To Crush the Economy

Just as you can’t take speed for years without suffering side effects, you can’t artificially amp up the economy and expect it not to crash.
Rioters burn a van in France

Hyperinflation and Global Societal Collapse

As the government under reports inflation, a respected hedge fund warns of hyperinflation, civil unrest, and global society collapse.
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Inflation Protests Across Europe Threaten Political Turmoil

Across Europe, soaring inflation is behind a wave of protests and strikes that underscores growing discontent.
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The Worst is Yet to Come

Policy makers are waking up to the fact that recession is brewing with job losses and continued inflation potentially leading to stagflation.
Sam's Club packed to the rafters

Feeling Inflation’s Bite and Realizing we’re Spoiled

The big question in 2023 is not going to be “Will there be food on the shelves,” but may be “Can people afford the food on the shelves?”
Sign saying inflation ahead. Image from BigStock.

Inflation: The Worst is Yet to Come

As gas prices start back up, it's clear the Biden Band-Aid didn't cure the problem and things are going to get worse before they get better.
Woman sitting in front of a radiator

US Home Heating Costs Set to Increase by 17 Percent

Heating costs are estimated to be 17 percent higher this coming winter.
A woman grocery shopping.

Saving Money as Inflation Pushes Up Food Costs

Five ways we are trying to control our food costs. Food inflation hit 11.4 percent in Augusts, is highest point since 1979.