For nearly half of Americans in the workforce, financial disaster would occur from missing just one paycheck. As people continue to live above their means, if the worst happens and they lose their job, many would fall back on dangerous options to make ends meet instead of cutting back their lifestyle.
Millennials are becoming increasingly broke and miserable, and one could guess that the huge student loan debt so many have burdened themselves with could be part of the problem. But it isn’t just that; Millennials have fallen victim to conditioned behaviors and are addicted to keeping up with their peers.
Auto dealers are attempting to deal with 4.2 million unsold cars. As the vehicles that no one wants to or cannot afford to buy stack up, the mainstream media continues to say the economy is “robust” and “booming.” Abandoned factories, forgotten shopping malls, and undeveloped parcels of land have become parking lots full of new […]
The stock market plunged yesterday amid fears of a renewed and intense trade war with China. After months of the “calm before the storm,” United States equity markets dropped sharply on Tuesday as traders prepared for an escalation of the U.S.-China trade war complete with more tariffs (taxes on the American consumer).