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Looming Revolution in Cryptocurrency

Anyone remotely familiar with cryptocurrency is well aware that this particular marketplace has become notorious for its unprecedented and unpredictable volatility. Although cryptocurrency was originally intended as a decentralized form of payment, the staggering fluctuations in market price for major players such as Bitcoin has led many vendors to avoid integrating this payment method into […]

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Trump and Economic Recession

U.S. Businesses Strike Back on Tariffs

Following months pursuing a war against President Donald Trump’s trade war tariffs that have risen far beyond what commercial groups once thought, more than 85 U.S. commerce groups launched an alliance on Wednesday to take it on publicly. The start of Americans for Free Trade comes as Trump progressively warms to employing tariffs. He has […]

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2.5 Million U.S. Jobs at Risk in Trump’s Tariff War

President Trump has long been opposed to the way trading takes place with foreign countries such as South Korea and China. During his first year in the White House, however, Trump put off the threats to erect new barriers. But, all has changed with the announcement of tariffs that have been put into play to […]

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Harley Davidson Leaving US Rocks Nation

Harley Davidson quintessentially says “The United States of America.” After all, Harley riders regularly emblazon the red, white, and blue on gas tanks, fenders and the leathers they wear. That’s why what we are hearing seems like such a surprise. In news headlines, Harley Davidson announced its intention to transfer some of its key motorcycle […]

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Star Wars Franchise Takes Hit with Low ‘Solo’ Box Office

Beginning with the original in 1974, “Star Wars” has been a money-belching cash register for George Lucas and Disney. The plot and overall theme captivate fans of the genre. The meager box office performance by “Solo: A Star Wars Story” introduced a new theme. This movie is poised to be the first Star Wars film […]

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Seven Rules to Throw Out When You Turn Fifty

Who said, “Rules are made to be broken?” Was it a cocky teenager? Not, hardly. That bromide belongs to a war hero. Gen. Douglas MacArthur invented that phrase. He was right, particularly when you turn fifty years of age. At a half-century, some of the rules you “know” aren’t really true. Here are some examples. […]

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Economic Week That Was: May 21-25

The run-up to a three-day bank Holiday is usually a slow time in the world of finance. Everyone has their eye on the clock, the calendar, and the price of gas and sunscreen. These, however, are not “usual” in the world of high and low finance. This Administration is unlike any we have seen, and […]

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