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World Sovereign Deficits Analysis Chart

World Sovereign Deficits Analysis Chart

August 25, 2011 at 4:42 pm Comments are Disabled

There is a limited amount of money that the world’s sovereign governments can borrow in any single given year without pressuring interest rates to rise above the point of affordability. This limit is approximately 9% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP). The following graph chart demonstrates this concept. The [...]

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The End of Europe

August 25, 2011 at 4:36 pm Comments are Disabled

Taken from Time magazine, “The End of Europe” by Rana Foroohar, August 11, 2011 If the ever-increasing global debt crisis has any positive aspect, it is that the United States can preview its economic future through a crystal ball the size of the Atlantic Ocean.  From the dismal economic outlook [...]

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The Catch-22 of Sovereign Debt

August 18, 2011 at 8:18 am Comments are Disabled

$2.4 Trillion Nail in the Coffin 8/17/11 by: Marc Nuttle Washington just added another $2.4 trillion to an already exploding debt of $14 trillion.  The accumulated obligations of the U.S. now exceed 100% of America’s Gross Domestic Product.  We’ve reached that point at which we are trapped in an economic [...]

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The Federal Deficit

August 16, 2011 at 8:18 am Comments are Disabled

With the current state of the U.S. economy, the total amount of the U.S. federal deficit has significantly increased. The outstanding total public debt is currently amounting to $14.46 trillion based on June 2011 records.

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Debt Ceiling Deal

August 15, 2011 at 9:56 am Comments are Disabled

Sand or water? In the debt ceiling deal, Washington is hoping you don’t know the difference. by Marc Nuttle Despite the high fives politicians are giving themselves these days in DC, their debt deal does almost nothing to address our real debt crisis or stop the resulting economic catastrophe that’s [...]

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The World Debt Wall

August 15, 2011 at 9:40 am Comments are Disabled

The Monster in the Room: The World Debt Wall by: Marc Nuttle 7/8/2011 In his press conference last week, President Obama spent much time attacking Republicans for failing to pass a debt ceiling increase to his liking. He blamed Congress for running up the bills in the first place, without [...]

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Global Bankruptcy Months Away?

August 15, 2011 at 9:20 am Comments are Disabled

A former Reagan administration official who worked on trade policy is warning that unless Congress can agree to a significant reduction in spending that the world may run out of money in 6-18 months. When that happens the economy could enter “a death spiral.” “Based upon world liquidity, the amount [...]

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The Argument for Generational Balance

August 15, 2011 at 8:41 am Comments are Disabled

The elderly vs. the young. That’s the conflict America faces if we don’t stop creating entitlement programs that rob the young and give to the elderly according to Boston University Professor Laurence Kotlikoff. Kotlikoff reckons the unfunded Medicare and Social Security liabilities are growing by more than $4 trillion a [...]

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Debt Wall – Is the World Ready For It?

August 11, 2011 at 10:28 am Comments are Disabled

Are We Ready for the Debt Wall? Everyone around the world knows about the global recession that is going on but not many are aware of how bad it is already. Not only are we talking about the national debt problem of the U.S. but it seems that the world [...]

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Marc Nuttle Explains the U.S. Debt

August 8, 2011 at 11:06 am Comments are Disabled

Hi. I’m Marc Nuttle. America’s debt is $14 trillion. Our budget deficit this year alone is $1.67 trillion. When you combine our deficit this year with those of other major industrialized nations, it’s more than $10 trillion. There simply isn’t enough liquid capital in the entire world to fund that [...]

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