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Is Bitcoin a Good Bet If Fed Continues to Ease to Avoid a Recession?
Despite a recent spike in price, many investors are not convinced that Bitcoin will continue to grow. A popular Bitcoin analyst said that the US economy faces a high risk of entering a recession. However, he emphasized that the Fed will not continue to ease to stop a recession.
Five Things to Watch in 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect markets and the economy. Investors will likely focus on the 2022 calendar year in order to gauge market performance and predict possible future events.
How to Invest Green
Green investing seeks to support business practices that have a favorable impact on the natural environment.
The Wage-Price Spiral Begins
The wage-price spiral is a macroeconomic theory used to explain the cause-and-effect relationship between rising wages and rising prices, or inflation.
Good Economics for Hard Times - Economic Growth and Climate Change
The energy consumed by human beings in pursuit of economic growth is the main source of global carbon emissions and the main cause of climate change.
The Taylor Rule: An Economic Model For Monetary Policy
The Taylor Rule: A Simple Model of Monetary Policy. The Taylor Rule was first developed as a tool to gauge the monetary policies of a central bank.
Investing in Safe Haven Assets For Protection From Market Downswings
A safe haven is a type of investment that is expected to retain or increase in value during times of market turbulence.
What Is an L-Shaped Recovery?
L-shaped recoveries occur following an economic recession characterized by a more-or-less steep decline in the economy, but without a correspondingly steep recovery.
Latest Inflation Reading Hits Highest Level in Three Decades
Consumers are starting to notice the increasing bite that rising food prices are starting to take out of their monthly budgets.
Inflation and Retirement
“I keep a budget of everything I spend," said retired teacher Jan Stewart. "Now everything’s gone up. Through no fault of my own, I’m in this position.”
Inflationary Winds From Around the World Spell a Sea Change For Bitcoin
Inflationary winds from around the world are a major reason why the price of Bitcoin may rise.
In Fact, Bitcoin Cannot Resist Inflation.
As far as the concept of anti-inflation is concerned, we hope that the purchasing power of currency will maintain or not decline, and that money will not become thinner. From the perspective of fixed depositors, inflation is mostly slow and gradual.
How Do We Make Gig Economy Fair?
With the global surge in technology and innovation, the term 'gig economy' is fast becoming a regular part of the general lingo.
Debt Consolidation Vs Debt Financing: What is the Difference?
First, debt financing is inherently unstable, subject to market fluctuations. The borrower can lose money just by having to pay down or sell a portion of the mortgage, even though the underlying value of the property may have remained constant.
The economic black swan
Black swan events are highly improbable, difficult to predict incidents that end up having drastic consequences.
What is Circuit Breaker in the Stock Market?
It is a trading regulatory tool which is in place in order to avert stock market crashes as well as prevent the investors from being impacted.
What is So Hard to Find in Farm Equipment?The John Deere strike.
When farmer's markets don't run, retailers cut back on purchases of farm equipment and food. This has a knock on affect for the average consumer. This has resulted in increased gasoline costs and higher food prices.
Crunch For The Baguette? The Recent Rises In Wheat Prices Puts The French In A Tight Spot
The recent rises in wheat prices is a crunch for the French bread industry. But there is still hope. Recent surveys suggest that the consumer is still willing to pay a little more for baguettes.