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Originally published at https://www.datadriveninvestor.com on March 12, 2020.

In my previous article, I listed many global and domestic problems that were being vastly ignored by the bullish market that will eventually lead to a global recession, the next great recession. Most of the problems I noted were based on economic imbalances, caused by bubbles and environmental issues. The article listed everything that is currently going wrong that is creating stress cracks on our global economy that will eventually lead to a great recession. What the article did not list was a potential pandemic. …


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Economic bubbles, climate change, rising debt and negative interest rates, combine to create the perfect storm, the next global recession.

There are many reasons to feel confident about our economic future in the US as of late. And why shouldn’t we feel this way? We have had a pretty bullish stock market run this year; the US and China appear to be reaching an agreement that will include a pull back on existing tariffs; earnings reports are coming in higher than expected; the unemployment rate remains at record lows; the Federal Reserve cut interest rates for a second time this year; and the new iPhone 11s are flying off the shelves just as the holiday season gets underway. So is…


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The impeachment saga continues even after congress voted to impeach President Donald J. Trump. In a news conference held by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi late Wednesday night, Speaker Pelosi was reluctant to announce when, if ever, she will turn over the articles of impeachment to the US Senate for trial. Speaker Pelosi stated that she will submit the articles of impeachment once the senate announces the procedures it will follow including whether or not they will allow for additional testimony from key witnesses. Speaker Pelosi stated that she cannot assign managers until the senate provides such information. In…


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Originally published at https://www.datadriveninvestor.com on September 25, 2019.

Boeing has had a turbulent second and third quarter this year. It was related to the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max following two fatal 737 Max crashes that were blamed on new anti-stall technology installed on the new Boeing 737 Max. Boeing shares soared above $380 in the last week of September, hovering at the highest levels since the 737 Max was grounded in March 2019. This is nearly a 29% rebound from its mid-August 2019 low of $320. The rally began shortly after Reuters reported in late August that…


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Former President Barack Obama is arguably the most popular living former president. Not only is he a global presence with a tremendous youth following, he is also still relatively young by political standards. He can offer many more years of public service through the Democratic Party. Although it is likely that he will not return to public office anytime soon, the door isn’t closed. Though Obama cannot run for a third presidential term, Obama has many options that could bring him back into International Politics, including the White House. …

Fred Romero

CEO, Writer...Curious to a fault.

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