More Than 80percent Of Americans With Student Loans Make Sacrifices To Meet Monthly Payment

More Than 80% Of Americans With Student Loans Make Sacrifices To Meet Monthly Payment

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

This article provides some rather interesting perspectives but before we get to it, we would like to present you with an excerpt to an equally interesting article:

“The Corporate world will embrace Negative rates with gusto as it will be akin to a crack addict being given a new dose of super crack. History does not change, only the outfits change, but the con is always the same and the ones left holding the empty bag are the sheep (otherwise known as the masses).  The Fed is trying to put on a brave act, but you can already see them backtracking from the strong stance they took last year. Now they are stating that all is not well, and the economic outlook is weaker than expected. They will have no option but to join the rat pack, however, that was their intention all along.  Moving slower than the rest of the world creates the illusion that the dollar is stronger and in the race to the bottom the objective is to finish last instead of first.” Negative Rates are God send for the Greedy, unscrupulous corporate world

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