Unfunded Liabilities: America’s Breaking Point?

The national debt isn’t the only number that should worry you. With over $124 trillion in unfunded liabilities, the U.S. government has a huge problem that shows no signs of slowing down. The combined unfunded liabilities of Social Security and Medicare alone are more than $50 trillion, posing a serious risk to millions of retirees.…

Dealing with U.S. Debt

In the past, United States debt had been front and center in news outlets and the general populations attention, though it seems like not many people are talking about it anymore. Many theorize that we’ve become complacent with our situation, to a point where we’re now used to living in debt. We as a nation…

Gold, Debt, & You

Gold prices hit a 6-year high last Friday, and continued to remain above the key level of $1,400 per ounce on Monday, June 24. Many see gold’s rally as a reaction to uncertainty in our nation’s economic stability, especially given the Fed’s decision last week to keep interest rates on hold and our growing national…

Gold’s Rise in Geopolitical Tensions

We’ve now seen gold not only move over a hundred dollars since May 6th but an additional $43 just yesterday. Tensions with Iran and looming financial uncertainty threaten possible economic decline for the U.S. economy, meaning that gold could rise even more. Join Coy Wells and Patrick Brunson as they discuss these issues and their…

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The Devaluation of the U.S. Dollar & You | USMR Market Insights

There have been a lot of debates surrounding the devaluation of the dollar and its impact at home and abroad. While currency depreciation can help countries improve their trade balances, it can also lead to negative consequences affecting your own pocket book.  The Devaluation of the U.S. Dollar & You- Video Transcription Patrick Brunson:              …

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America’s Debt Addiction | USMR Market Insights

Ten years after our worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, many still haven’t recovered—and neither has our national debt. Our debt nightmare has skyrocketed to an all-time record high of $22 trillion, and many are worried this could be the tipping point for yet another financial calamity.  America’s Debt Addiction- Video Transcription Patrick…