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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Inflation

Your retirement is being attacked— by inflation! That’s right. Your dreams of sitting on a beach with gray hair, a good book, and a cold beer are under siege. It’s time to strategize to protect your older years and conquer inflation once and for all. You’ve heard your grandparents talk about going to the movies when they were kids. For just a couple of bucks they could buy their tickets, a soda, and a supersized popcorn.

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$1T Budget Would Add $256B To The Nation’s Budget Deficit

The Congressional Budget Office or CBO said that the $1 trillion budget proposal would add $256 billion to the nation’s budget deficit over the next 10 years. What does that mean exactly? Nearly half of the package’s proposed new spending could end up tacked on to the nation’s growing debt load.

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The Real Leader Of Global EV Market

Move over TESLA! Another car company is hoarding silver, gold, platinum, palladium, and customers for electric vehicles. For a Warren Buffet-backed company, I didn’t expect anything less. BYD, China’s biggest supplier of electric vehicles, registered a net profit of double that of the previous year. They clocked in $660 million last year.

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Truth About Stock Market Crash Predictions

Last year, stock prices rose to levels that are completely and utterly absurd. Considering the economy was and is still down, unemployment was at an all-time high, it was puzzling to see all these investors pouring in. Many think that we are currently in the largest stock market bubble in the entire history of our nation.

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The Truth About The F.I.R.E. Movement

FIRE. It stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early.

It’s all the rage. Young people are on a quest to keep their spending at a minimum and have enough money to retire in their 30s or earlier. They move to countries or states where cost of living is really low. They go off grid which means they cut themselves from the internet, TV, and anything else that could incur extra bills.

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