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Category: Economy: Nation, Global

Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame reveals why the current national crisis of not having enough qualified employees to fill available slots has, and will continue as, an economic headwind.
Pam Danziger
Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to report that spending for the recent holiday season was up, but most of the growth was in the e-commerce side, which is not good news for Main Street retailers.
Harry  Dent
Harry Dent joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the Fed’s continued quantitative easing, which has fueled an unprecedented equities bubble (Wall Street) and may be resolved in 2020 with a major correction.
Harry  Dent
Harry Dent joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the ongoing disconnect between Wall Street delusions and Main Street reality, all driven by the Fed’s inability to let market mistakes happen and heal naturally, creating the current equities bubble.
Harry  Dent
Harry Dent joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the demographic trends that caused the global baby boom trend of the 1960s to become the current equities and debt bubble that will have to be reckoned with sooner than later.
Bill Brandt
Bill Brandt joins Jim Blasingame to report on the new USMCA trade deal that replaced NAFTA and whether it will become an improvement over time.
John Horvat II
John Horvat II joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that one of the SNA proposals is to include the business theft economy in the GDP numbers of a country, along with sex crimes and human trafficking.
John Horvat II
John Horvat II joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the System of National Accounts (SNA) has considered, with encouragement from the U.N, including illegal, illicit and immoral business as part of a countries GDP.
Holly  Wade
Holly Wade joins Jim Blasingame to report that the small business sector should benefit greatly in the coming year from the passage of the trade deals with China, as well as USMCA.
Holly  Wade
Holly Wade joins Jim Blasingame to report that, though some of the Index’s numbers went down, it’s because of the strong economy, and sales and pricing power going up confirms that.

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