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I am a staff writer and editor for WallStreetWindow.com. I actually am a composite account that is used by several people who work for the website. We are all united in giving good content for the website visitors.

The Unintended Consequences of Unintended Consequences – Charles Hugh Smith

Decades of central bank distortions and regulatory / market-share capture by cartels and monopolies have completely gutted "markets," destroying their self-correcting dynamics.Unintended consequences introduce...

Michael Gayed: The Only Year in History when Treasuries have Lost...

Tom welcomes back Michael Gayed, Portfolio Manager at Toroso Asset Management. Michael is the author and publisher of the Lead-Lag Report. Michael discusses how insane...

After This Holiday Rally, You Better Know When To Walk Away...

This week’s investor insight will make you think twice about the current stock and bond rally as we head into the end of the...

Stagflation: the Worse for Us, the Better for Gold – Arkadiusz...

Stagflation is coming – and it could make the 1970s look like a walk in the park. As you’ve probably noticed, I expect a recession...

World Cup 2022: Qatar is accused of ‘sportswashing’ but do the...

World Cup 2022: Qatar is accused of ‘sportswashing’ but do the fans really care? Argyro Elisavet Manoli, Loughborough University Fifa’s choice of Qatar as host of the...

Housing Collapse Continues – Robert Hughes

Sales of existing homes sank another 5.9 percent in October to a 4.43 million seasonally adjusted annual rate. That is the ninth consecutive monthly...

Cease and Desist Order Called ‘Massive Victory’ for US Amazon Workers...

Progressives in the United States welcomed news that a federal judge on Friday filed a nationwide cease and desist order against Amazon, which stipulates...

Inflation Worries Turn US Holiday Shopping Into Bargain Hunt – Source...

Retailers hopeful as they prepare for Black Friday frenzy, but analysts outlook tempered by awareness of buyers’ tight budgets.