The Fed Will Say Whatever It Takes To Put Us At Ease

We are a ways away from substantial further progress. But we are still making progress. That’a according to Fed Chair Jerome Powell. Soon after the Fed issued its statement, U.S. stocks fell further from their record highs, and bond yields rose. As a result, Powell changed his tone and emphasized that inflation is temporary. It’s been temporary for 40 years.

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Solar Panels Are About To Become 10x More Powerful & 10 Times Cheaper

With savings in equipment manufacturing hitting a plateau, and more recently pressured by rising prices of raw materials, producers are stepping up work on advances in technology — building better components and employing increasingly sophisticated designs to generate more electricity from the same-sized solar farms.

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Being A Millionaire Now Doesn’t Make You Rich

2020 was one of the worst years by far. I don’t even need to present statistics or numbers to prove that. It’s just common knowledge. What’s surprising is this. As reported by Acorns, 1.7 million Americans became millionaires in 2020. Millionaires now make up 8.8% of the U.S. population.That means almost 1 in 10, 8.8%, of U.S. adults are now millionaires, up from 7% in 2015.

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Rich and Famous Gold Criminals

The man, the legend, the prohibition era gangster, Dutch Schultz. It is said that he has hidden treasure made of thousand-dollar bills, diamonds, and uncashed World War I Liberty Bonds. But the majority of it is gold bars and coins. How did he amass all that wealth?

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