Tag: economy

Americans Die Thousands Of Dollars In Debt

EXPERIAN COMPILED DATA ON ITS HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF CONSUMERS AND THEY FOUND THAT THE AVERAGE AMERICAN ACTUALLY DIES WITH $62,000 IN DEBT. THE NUMBERS ARE DEVASTATING. I THOUGHT THE STORY WAS TELLING AND IMPORTANT. IT REALLY GIVES YOU A SENSE OF HOW THE AMERICAN DREAM IS SO OUT OF REACH FOR SO MANY PEOPLE. […]

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U.S. Economy 101: national debt vs. national deficit | Just The FAQs

– You’ve probably heard that the U.S. government has a giant deficit. Well, it’s true. But what exactly is a deficit, and how is it different from debt? Deficit is defined as an annual difference between government spending and government revenue. Every year, the government takes in money in the form of taxes and other […]

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Sierra Leone Narrowly Sidesteps China’s Debt Trap

On this episode of China Uncensored: Sierra Leone is the first country in Africa to sidestep a debt trap set by China! Will others follow? Hi. Welcome to China Uncensored. I’m your host, Chris Chappell. Sierra Leone. A country in West Africa more or less the size of South Carolina. In fact, it’s kind of […]

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How Big Is the U.S. Debt?

How far in debt is the U.S. government? Let’s put the numbers in perspective. This is the economy of Germany. The entire economic output of this country is about $3 trillion a year. This is the amount of money that the government has borrowed from the Social Security and Medicare trust funds, about $4 trillion. […]

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New Money (2019) – Jim Rogers Full-Length Documentary Bonus Interview

Here is a glimpse of China today after years of lightning fast growth. Investing legend Jim Rogers has been here all along and watched that explosive growth happen firsthand. First came here in 1984. I was terrified because I’d been listening to American propaganda. The Chinese were evil, vicious, dangerous, bloodthirsty people. Didn’t take me […]

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Student Loan Debt CRUSHING Millennials, And The Economy

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL IS REPORTING THAT FOR THE FIRST TIME MORE THAN HALF OF THE STATES IN THE US ARE REQUIRING STUDENTS TO PAY MORE INTUITION FOR STATE SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES COMPARED TO WHAT THE GOVERNMENT IS CONTRIBUTING TO THEIR TUITION. THESE AGAIN ARE GOVERNMENT-FUNDED, THEY ARE NOT PRIVATE SCHOOLS. HOWEVER HISTORICALLY THE GOVERNMENT […]

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