Cheap Debt Is Only Fuelling Australian Inequality



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Cheap Debt Is Only Fuelling Australian Inequality

According to the study The Wealth of a Nation by the Evatt Foundation, inequality in Australia has continued to increase since 2012. It is now at the highest since 1970. The richest 20% of Australians now own 62% of Australia’s total household wealth.
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Why Speculative Gold Stocks Are Your Best Bet

If another financial crisis hits in the months ahead, similar to 2008, the best speculative gold stocks can still outperform.
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The Shanghai Accord Returns with Weak US Dollar Ahead

The weak US economy and the weak US dollar policy resulting from the Shanghai Accord meant that the Fed was unable to raise interest rates.
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This Could Set Off another Great Depression

Another crisis is coming. We can be sure of it. Because the problem behind the crisis of 2008 — fake money, fake interest rates, fake economy — was not corrected.
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Donald Trump and the Rise of ‘People Power’

Whatever you think of Donald Trump, his candidacy is one big middle finger to the Establishment. It’s part of the worldwide rise of ‘People Power’.
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