Economy and Trends

Gen Z will enter Workplace with a Bang

As the parent of a child who is considered “Gen Z” as well as a child who is a “Gen Y” (also known as “millenials”) there are differences in the space of just 5 years between them. However, the landscape is dominated by the millennials. The workplace is salivating to push the millennials up the corporate ladder, while actively recruiting ...

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Small Businesses are Fed up with Facebook?

Uncertainty in the financial markets creates volatility. Volatility can create wild fluctuations and price swings in securities. Uncertainty and lack of control is never really a good thing. Especially when it comes to your business. If you have a presence on Amazon, eBay, Facebook or the like, you know what I am talking about. Amazon and eBay can be grouped ...

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Argentina is in a State of Emergency

While the list of countries with overdue loans to the IMF is long, noting that almost all of those loans were issued in times of war. Defaulting on loans to the IMF is unheard of. Argentina is the latest in the list of fiscal losers to come to the IMF for help. Harsh rhetoric, but unlike the others on the ...

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Italy and the EU on Deficit Collision Course

One wonders why this is an issue, when nations of the European Union freely gave up sovereign control of their fiscal affairs. Does it come as any surprise that a nation would want to put the well-being of its people before the politics of a coalition? That is exactly what is happening in Italy at this moment. The leaders of ...

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Consumer Confidence and Investor Sentiment – Too High?

The latest Consumer Confidence report was released on August 28 and the index is reaching levels not seen since 2000. The index is broken down in to three parts—the present situation, expectations, and the total. The total reading jumped to 133.4 in August and that is the highest reading since October ’00. The present situation portion of the index jumped ...

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Venezuela Taking another Step in the Wrong Direction

We can empathize with the proletariat of Venezuela as the failed attempts at Marxism by the bourgeois have utterly engulfed the nation and have enslaved the citizenry to a hellish life for the most part. Sir Thomas More was surely read by Maduro and the likes, as it was thought of as a guide for the masses, but not the ...

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EPA to Roll Back Coal Restrictions with the New Affordable Clean Energy Rule

The latest move by the Trump Administration to roll back the former President Obama’s Clean Power Plan will limit the restrictions on the coal industry. The new Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) Rule gives the states the authority to regulate power plant’s greenhouse gas emissions. With this rule, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is aiming to improve the business of the ...

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