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POSTED ON July 14, 2024  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

We’re about to face the aftermath of a Fed-induced housing crisis. U.S. pending home sales have dropped to historic lows not seen since the 2008 financial crisis, with a shocking 2.1% drop in May and a jaw-dropping 6.6% annual decline. With mortgage rates so high, banks and other investors are in massive trouble, facing severe cash shortages.

POSTED ON July 12, 2024  - POSTED IN Friday Gold Wrap

Gold closed the week at $2,410 (up $19) and silver at $30.77 (down $0.43). JD and Joel interview Representative Ken Ivory, the man behind Utah’s recently-passed HB 348 law. This law enables the state to invest 10% of its $1.4 billion rainy day fund into gold and silver, stored in Brinks Salt Lake City. They also unpack the big CPI news and Fed rate cut expectation.

POSTED ON July 12, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

Across America’s cities, the inherent flaws in public transportation are becoming all too apparent. There are few urban residents who have no qualms with their public transit system. From aging infrastructure, budgets that struggle to cover costs, and a noticeable decline in ridership, there’s a growing argument for the privatization of transit infrastructure. This move will make better use of taxpayer dollars and will help ensure the efficiency of urban transportation which our financial markets rely on.

POSTED ON July 12, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

While the primary catalyst for the original English pilgrims to venture to America was religious freedom, a strong desire for independence followed closely behind. They desired to be independent of two things: poverty and government meddling. This spirit carried into the American Revolution and informed domestic policy for many years. The Homestead Act of (FIND YEAR) was enacted to allow citizens a type of independence those who first fled Britain could only dream of. Remote settlers earned their own homes by proving their merit to Mother Nature. It was fairly easy to live as one wished without violating rules and regulations. The law was a fairly small framework that attempted to allow lives free from violence and evil. The two curses they fled were now powerfully refuted. The poverty caused by government oppression of the past was replaced by success or failure based upon individual action. 

POSTED ON July 12, 2024  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

As student loan debt in America swells to a staggering $1.7 trillion, President Joe Biden’s new SAVE plan could actually cost $230 billion, a CBO report finds. This is not only a classic case of robbing Peter to pay Paul — it will bring more inflation, make college more expensive and give the federal government unprecedented control over higher education.

POSTED ON July 11, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

U.S. economic data is hitting headlines yet again—this time, due to serious concerns about its continued reliability.

“Federal statistical agencies face increasing challenges to their ability to produce relevant, timely, credible, accurate, and objective statistics,” researchers of the American Statistical Association revealed. “Immediate action is needed to put the agencies … on a firmer footing so that federal statistics remain widely trusted and useful….”

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