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Welfare, Not Employment, Has Better Days Ahead - Part II of II

Welfare, Not Employment, Has Better Days Ahead - Part II of II

Lately, across the US, low income workers on welfare have gone back to work in unprecedented numbers yet without getting needed complimentary training and counseling. Such demographics committing to work with limited skills end up jeopardizing the future of their off springs indirectly through self
Miami Electrical Contractors In South Florida Can Make Inspections, Installations And Repairs

Miami Electrical Contractors In South Florida Can Make Inspections, Installations And Repairs

Being a certified electrical contractor in Miami as well as South Florida that is been operational for a long time, we tend to deal with the full array of electrical services.Although several smaller sized electrical companies will not be equipped to handle particular tasks or maybe not offer the pe
Is ObamaCare About to Redraw and Redistribute Businesses Density Into Adjoining States

Is ObamaCare About to Redraw and Redistribute Businesses Density Into Adjoining States

Make no mistake The Affordable Healthcare Act is going to take a bite out of business, and the economy. It will also forever change the landscape of healthcare in the United States. Many people don't realize that healthcare and all the related economic and industry sectors surrounding it accoun
Peak Oil Scenario: Collapse of Civilization?

Peak Oil Scenario: Collapse of Civilization?

Is the Peak Oil phenomenon real, and is it "imminent"? Are we really facing the total collapse of the entire global economy, including, eventually, the electrical power grid with a mass die-off in global population in the years ahead?
Economic Bubbles 101

Economic Bubbles 101

Just as many of the diseases are the result of individual lifestyles - and in many cases they can be prevented - the Law of Cause and Effect applies to the economic bubble events. For example, the Real Estate Bubble that we experienced during the early 2000s did not "just happen." Somethin
Interest Rate Cuts by Desperate Men Seeking Desperate Solutions!

Interest Rate Cuts by Desperate Men Seeking Desperate Solutions!

Yesterday's unprecedented announcement from the Prime Minister Gordon Brown that The Bank of England had cut the UK interest rate by 0.5% has been welcomed by everyone. The interest rate has fallen from 5% to 4.5% which is great news for everyone. Further news that the US and European central b
Keynesian Economics and Why It Won't Be Implemented

Keynesian Economics and Why It Won't Be Implemented

Several years ago I helped apply the Great Recession term to our current economic predicament, now however it seems that my worst fears were realized, in fact exceeded my fears in many ways. In the mean time I've finished my...
Take Charge

Take Charge

In case you didn't know, "Our economy is in bad shape." Come on people lets take charge of our financial future.
Did the Recession Destroy Black Wealth?

Did the Recession Destroy Black Wealth?

The combination of greed and debt, is the one-two knock out punch that will keep you down for the count, if you let it control you. This type of economic hardship will reveal a person's strengths and weaknesses.
Crucial Measures for Developers Expected From the Autumn Statement

Crucial Measures for Developers Expected From the Autumn Statement

The highlights of George Osborne's upcoming announcement, such as raising 10bn in funds by increasing tax on pensions and large properties and introducing benefit cuts are causing much speculation. The chancellor's move seems likely to target middle and upper class earners. The Autumn St
Inflation Predicted - the Best Time to Buy Gold!

Inflation Predicted - the Best Time to Buy Gold!

Gold is not just a precious metal, as it is commonly perceived to be. Gold is rather an international market and a very sound investment. By investing in gold at the right time, one can get a lot of advantages from the changing inflation situations.
Unemployment and Residential Real Estate Markets

Unemployment and Residential Real Estate Markets

Prior to the housing bubble, house price declines had only been associated with economic downturns and increases in unemployment. As people lost jobs, they lost their ability to make house payments, and many lost their homes in foreclosure. Unemployment is devastating to housing markets.
Bank Collapses Continue, FDIC Unloading Real Estate at Record Pace

Bank Collapses Continue, FDIC Unloading Real Estate at Record Pace

As the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation continues to take over property holdings of failed lending agencies, the regulator has already sold more real estate than it has in any year since 1994. In the first 9 months of this year, the FDIC made more than $725 million from the sale of property, co
Economic Recovery - When Will We See The Economy Improve?

Economic Recovery - When Will We See The Economy Improve?

When a country's economy expands for two or more quarters in a row after a recession, it is said to be in economic recovery. As a recovery continues, the economic cycle is described as being in a time of prosperity. It is important to realize that growth is measured in comparison to the last ti
The Financial Crisis Deepens As Unemployment Rises

The Financial Crisis Deepens As Unemployment Rises

The current number of people unemployed in the U.K. stands at 1.79 million, increasing from 1.72 million in July 2008. The Unemployment rate stands now at 5.75%, the highest level of unemployment since in 1991 amidst the U.K.'s last economic recession during the premiership of John Major.
Honey, I Shrunk the Middle Class!

Honey, I Shrunk the Middle Class!

A vibrant and growing middle class is one of the hallmarks of a thriving economy. As we go through this current economic transition you can be part of the group who succeeds and prospers not part of the group which struggles and fails.
Qr Codes - Can They Be Utilised For Advertisement Campaigns?

Qr Codes - Can They Be Utilised For Advertisement Campaigns?

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I'm Sorry, I Think I May Have Caused the Recession

I'm Sorry, I Think I May Have Caused the Recession

We all buy in to the (originally at least) collective myth of a global recession.The media toldus it was on the way this time last year.They told us it would be global, and profound, and deep and long and serious.They told us, on a 24/7 basis it would be bad and it would be inescapable.As a conseque
Want to Discover How America Can Turn the Corner on the Financial Meltdown?

Want to Discover How America Can Turn the Corner on the Financial Meltdown?

Why is President Bush, Treasury Secretary Paulson, and Fed Chairman Bernake against helping citizens with a mortgage bailout plan? Mortgage foreclosure is the central problem with the American economy, however our leadership is resistant to fix the problem and its causing a ripple affect throughout
US Government Repeating Japan's Mistake

US Government Repeating Japan's Mistake

The U.S. government right now is making the same mistakes a Japan did back in 1997 where it sent its economy into a tailspin dive. That horrible mistake led 25 consecutive quarters of negative growth in Japan. For a Time Japanese Banks set interest rates to negative. This meant that when members of