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How Might Our Economic Expansion End?

[caption id="attachment_10866" align="aligncenter" width="800"] China's massive home construction leaves a trail of ghost cities, such as Kun...

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What is an Inverted Yield Curve and What Does it Mean for Investors?

The U.S. yield curve measures the relationship between the interest rates of long and short-term fixed-income securities, including bond and treasury yields.  It’s an important benchmark financial experts and economists use to predict future economic strength. Typical...

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List of Consumer Regulatory Agencies in FLA, PA, NJ and Del.

Intelligent Research for Consumers in Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey & De...

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Phil Cannella will Crash Proof & Protect Your Retirement Savings

Phil Cannella, the founder and Creator of the exclusive Crash Proof Retirement ® System has spent most of his career being a consumer advocate by educating everyday Americans about retirement options tha...

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Philadelphia says “good-bye” to Wells Fargo as Payroll Handler

Wells Fargo has been hit with another major setback and it’s all due to the scandal that the banking giant h...

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Crash Proof Exclusive: Phil Cannella Interviews Harry Dent

Watch Crash Proof Retirement ®’s Phil Cannella and Joann Small conduct another exclusive, groundbreaking interview with world famous economic forecaster Harry Dent. Afterwards, register for the next Crash Proof Educational Event on Tuesday, May 9th at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland, PA....

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What Does Pres. Trump’s Tax Plan Mean to You?

Calling it the "biggest tax cut in U.S. history"  President Donald Trump wanted to make a huge splash when his adminis...

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US College Loan Debt Bubble is at Dangerous Levels

Economists and financial experts often talk about "bubbles". Debt bubblesEconomic bubblesF...

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Americans Are Not Saving Enough Money for Retirement

Americans seems to be always complaining about money. Not having enough…not making enough…not saving enough. Now, a new survey conducted by Read More