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Batten Down the Hatches

Batten Down the Hatches

After 2.5 years of economic chaos, it’s no surprise that the future is a bit murky at best. Having lived through Covid-19, a worldwide shutdown, supply chain unrest, a war in the grain capital of the world, outlandish natural gas prices, and even Monkeypox,...
Deflated Economy Still Offers Corporate Wins

Deflated Economy Still Offers Corporate Wins

Watching the economy the past few years is like watching a tiny boat on the high seas. Some days the sailing is easy, and some days the waves crest over the boat. From a total global shutdown to a booming housing market to the endless trouble of the supply chain, no...
Should Your Health Be Prime?

Should Your Health Be Prime?

It’s one thing to have a company know what type of movies you like, your spending habits, or how many times you ask Alexa a question each day. But it is quite another thing to have a larger-than-life company involved in your daily health decisions or to have...
Flying the Unfriendly Skies

Flying the Unfriendly Skies

If you have flown anywhere in the past several months, you already know firsthand that the world of air travel is in chaos. From canceled flights to passengers sleeping for days on airport floors, the entire travel industry has had trouble recovering from the travel...
Swirling Seas of House Buying

Swirling Seas of House Buying

In the whirlwind of uncertainty over the past two years, perhaps nothing has been more dramatically turbulent than the housing market. With most houses selling rapidly and far over the asking price, waived appraisals and inspections, and cash offers never before seen,...
Women Should Keep their Hammers

Women Should Keep their Hammers

Although it seems that in 2022, the glass ceiling should have been clearly shattered by now, women should keep their hammers to keep battering away at the old regime. Although we are living in modern times, there is still a large disconnect between the venture capital...
Where Have All the Jobs Gone?

Where Have All the Jobs Gone?

For months the U.S. has heard about the fantastic labor market, where new hires were getting huge salaries and a wide variety of perks. But in the last few months, the job market has cooled, almost imperceptibly, leaving young people with job offers that companies are...
Working Around the Stock Drop

Working Around the Stock Drop

As the saying goes, when it rains, it pours. And as though a global pandemic and a never-before-seen supply chain debacle weren’t enough, the war between Ukraine and Russia has created a full myriad of problems relating to the cost of living. With the cost of...
A Cloudy Economic Picture

A Cloudy Economic Picture

Although inflation has been at the forefront of everyone’s mind lately as the price at the pump has blossomed astronomically and everything from chicken legs to lumber has spiked in price, it’s the Stock Market that has created some bad news in the first quarter...
U.S. Inflation Response Lags

U.S. Inflation Response Lags

With inflation topping nearly 8% around the world, global citizens continue to reel from the effects of the pandemic, the supply chain woes, and rising prices. Nowhere is the price increase felt more acutely than at the gas pump. But while the European countries have...