John Mauldin published an article regarding the economics of Donald Trump. I share many of his views. I think the article deserves to be discussed further.
It isn't as if John Mauldin is happy with the continual drive toward negative yields and the new normal. I believe he is like many, willing to fight for higher interest rates within reason and within the economic boundaries that exist. He is on board with the Fed, unlike other central banks, and is willing to risk recession to avoid negative rates:
Meanwhile, the Fed is in the middle of a long-overdue policy turn. There’s still a risk that they will find they started tightening just in time for a recession, which is also long overdue. I was convinced last summer that they would push rates negative in that scenario. Negative rates could yet happen, but I think they wi…
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Please keep in mind that many economic and moral decisions change as we approach the zero lower bound for interest rates. As bonds go negative, things change. That which was a moral duty when rates are 5 percent, like say lowering to 4 percent to stimulate the economy, don't work when we approach zero.
If anything, the closer to zero that we go, the less lending and less banking stability…
This article is not an endorsement of every "job" offer on Rat Race Rebellion or other work at home websites. You have to be careful when searching for an online job. But for multigenerational households, especially, you can dispense with a car and clothing costs and food costs associated with working outside the home.
An example for one being careful in this arena is my wife. My wife has worked for one of the sites on Ratrace called Arise. Arise is probably one that makes it easier for an older person like my wife to get a job to get through to social security, or to supplement social security.
But Arise makes you pay for the course, for the training, and your sponsor takes a cut out of all earnings! So, Arise is not for everyone.
And one company that Arise offered was dreadful. She now works for a company that is excellent within the Arise network. Arise is a legitimate call center outsourcing company, but it is not right for everyone. Not all jobs there are quality opp…