It’s all a gamble by now and if we get caught the consequences can be severe. If we get caught.
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Is the recession bottoming, or is it quick sand.‚Ä® Whatever we hear from the Feds doesn’t ring true.
Banks are not loaning money to new and small businesses, which means a strict cash plan if you still want to start or operate a small business.
Oil prices will keep on going up because of higher exploration cost, weaker dollar, increased energy needs and tax levies; there is no way around it.
Steve Jobs deserves every accolade he gets. His vision and team player capabilities has made him the CEO of the Decade with a 700% increase in Apple stock values.
All the government and wall street wants us to do is to give up our frugal ways and start borrowing and spending again. If only the banks would get in line with this thought.
I just read it for the first time‚ 25 years after its release, and it is amazing how the problems he had to address are still plaguing industries today.
It is just unbelievable that when many of us suffer financially this Christmas, the Wall Street bandits are still paying million dollar bonuses.
As complicated as the economy may seem, we can not avert from the fact that change happens. We have to develop a long term vision and stop filling holes with holes.
If the man in charge of finances worked for you, and failed in his duties, as Ben Bernake has, would you keep him on for another four years?
When humanity will write the anecdotal history of these times, these countries will have personified the Impossible Bubble more than any Bernie Madoff or “Sir” Allen Stanford.
There are many who are only working twenty or thirty hours per week. People today are applying for food stamps at the rate of twenty thousand per day, not a good sign of better economic times ahead.
I simply have come to the conclusion that our economy and the actions taken by governments reflect many of the symptoms of Altitude Sickness.
We now have more then 36 million people depending upon food stamps for basics to survive and I’m not talking about the numerous church food programs that keep thousands of families alive.
The end result was that both Dean and Huckabee agreed on the fact that the 2010 elections could be devastating for Obama and the Democrats if employment has not received a sizable boost by then.