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POSTED ON February 19, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

On Super Bowl Sunday, President Biden took to X (formerly Twitter) to skewer consumer brands for “shrinkflation,” a phenomenon where product vendors reduce package sizes without proportionally reducing price, in what essentially amounts to a per unit cost increase for consumers. The video explicitly calls out popular snack brands such as Breyers, Gatorade, and Tostitos— all food products that are likely on the top of consumers’ minds when thinking of inflation. 

POSTED ON February 18, 2024  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

Can America hope to climb past its mountain of $34 trillion of federal debt? With the staggering weight of unfunded liabilities in vital entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare reaching $212 trillion, any strategy for repayment is met with formidable obstacles. Our guest contributor arrives at a sobering verdict: the magnitude of the debt renders the prospect of repayment virtually impossible. 

The US can still take decisive action to rein in spending and prevent further exacerbation of its dire financial predicament.

POSTED ON February 14, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

When members of Congress aren’t passing laws, holding committee meetings, or more cynically fundraising endless dollars, some of them choose to pass the time by trading stocks. And for whatever reason, keen insight or perhaps insider trading, members of Congress tend to beat the market.

POSTED ON February 13, 2024  - POSTED IN Original Analysis

When clients ask about the timing of selling their gold, I generally respond to their question with a question: “Do you have upcoming liquidity needs?” or “Is there a productive investment opportunity to deploy your capital?”

POSTED ON February 13, 2024  - POSTED IN Exploring Finance

Federal Budget

The Federal Government publishes the spending and revenue numbers every month. The charts and tables below give an in-depth review of the Federal Budget, showing where the money is coming from, where it is going, and the surplus or deficit.

This month saw a $22B deficit.

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