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Peter Reagan

Peter Reagan



Nov 29, 2021
Fed's Policies Cost Main Street $4 Trillion (So Far)
Since 2008, we've seen numerous examples where the Federal Reserve has protected the wealthy elite at the expense of Main Street citizens and the U.S. economy as a whole. Until recently, we didn't realize just how bad it is.


Nov 29, 2021
Fed's Policies Cost Main Street $4 Trillion (So Far)
Since 2008, we've seen numerous examples where the Federal Reserve has protected the wealthy elite at the expense of Main Street citizens and the U.S. economy as a whole. Until recently, we didn't realize just how bad it is.


Nov 22, 2021
Peter Reagan: Both Optimists and Pessimists Make the Same Mistake
Market optimists remain convinced that "everything is fine." After all, the stock markets keep climbing, the Fed remains optimistic inflation will subside in the near term and supply chain issues will somehow, magically, work themselves out.


Nov 3, 2021
Reagan: Biden's $3.5T Spending Spree Threatens Major Correction
"Get ready for a New Recession in 2022." That's how Jim Rickards ended a recent article, and sums up what could happen after the past year nicely. Here's a quick recap.


Oct 28, 2021
Paper Gains Can Lead to Paper Pains
Investment gains look good, on paper. Especially in your retirement saving accounts. But things can change quickly in the markets, and those gains can disappear faster than a Fed press conference led by Chairman Powell.


Oct 20, 2021
We're Facing the Real Prospect of Another Lost Decade
Stagflation is a situation in which inflation is persistently high, overall economic growth is slow and unemployment rates stay high for an extended period of time.


Oct 8, 2021
Reagan: Here's Why the Housing Market Has Gone from Overheated to Raging Inferno
The housing market is on the verge of spinning out of control. Just about everything that could be going wrong is going wrong.


Oct 5, 2021
The Debt Ceiling Drop-Dead Date Means Just That…
The "drop-dead date" for raising the debt ceiling is quickly approaching. (a quote from a recent article. The Treasury now estimates that the "drop dead date", i.e. the date at which the Treasury will exhaust all of its extraordinary...

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