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What You can do if this is the Year of the...

Many are predicting a stock market collapse, a housing collapse, maybe the death of the petrodollar. What can you do to prepare?
Trains in the switching yard

A Realistic Look at the Effects of a Rail Strike

After four of the twelve unions representing various freight railroad workers vote against the deal, we look at what a strike means to you and me.
Rail yard

Rail Strike Looms as Another Union Rejects Labor Deal

A nation-wide rail strike looks it may hit as early as the second week in December as another union of railroad workers voted against the deal.
Theranos was built on “untruths, misrepresentations, plain hubris and lies.”

Young Fraudsters get their 15 Minutes of Fame

Why are so many young people founding companies built on “untruths, misrepresentations, plain hubris and lies?"
Guys around a white board.

How to Bounce Back After Getting Laid Off in a Recession

One day you are at work and everything's going fine until the call a meeting and announce layoffs. Suddenly, you're unemployed. What do you do?
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.
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.
Different Euro notes

Is this what a European Collapse Will Look Like?

This winter will see Europe and the EU stressed like never before. What kind of problems will the energy crisis and high inflation create?
Store shelves crammed with food.

Never Again will so Many have so Much

The age of abundance, where almost anyone could afford almost anything, is being to an end by shortages and rising prices.