The ugly truth about online pharmacies

You are tired of spending a lot of money on prescription drugs, and you are perusing some very professional looking websites of online drugstores. Buildings and promises are tempting. Save money, free shipping, no prescriptions required, no need to visit a doctor. Except, if you don’t know what to look for, it’s very possible to … Read more

Of America’s 50 major housing markets, only 6 now have more new real estate listings than they did before the pandemic. This is what that might mean

San Francisco is one area with more new listings than pre-pandemic ones. Getty Images Even as mortgage rates continue to climb (Check out the lowest prices you can qualify for here), housing prices continued to rise. One of the main factors driving up housing prices is that America is currently facing a shortage of real … Read more

You’ll know the bear market is coming to an end when anxious investors hit the “panic” button.

The end of the bear market is not near. This is according to a contradictory analysis of stock market sentiment: The US stock market has not yet experienced the extreme pessimism seen at the major bottoms. You may certainly feel that there is a lot of pessimism and despair on Wall Street. But this downward … Read more

Think carefully before you trade in your old smartphone or tablet – you can make more money “recycling” on resale sites

When it comes to the old personal technology found throughout the home — from smartphones to tablets to game consoles — many people may not realize how much value is left in their devices. Keeping tech out of landfills or just collecting dust in the back of the closet by exploring resale sites that match … Read more

The economy is heading for a hard landing. Larry Summers on Inflation, Recession, and the Federal Reserve.

Economist Lawrence Summers never joined the Transitory team, or the economists, investment strategists, and Federal Reserve members who believed that inflation It will be a temporary phenomenon. Instead, he warned early and often that the massive fiscal and monetary stimulus launched in response to the impact of the Covid pandemic Leads to overheating of the … Read more

Happy Father’s Day, Dr. Cronin

The writer, fourth from right, is in the arms of her sister, Ingrid, as their father graduates from medical school. picture: Courtesy of the Cronin family When I was three, I would sometimes walk beside my father while my mother was busy with my eight brothers and sisters. I was young and my dad was … Read more

How the future of derivatives markets can benefit farmers

Regulation is justified when it serves the public interest, but is often motivated by the economic self-interest of powerful groups. Economists call this phenomenon “smugglers and Baptists” – those likely to profit from the illicit alcohol trade push for regulation alongside moralists who hope to protect the weak. The battle over the future of derivatives … Read more

“Prices will not go down”: Americans dip into their savings to face record high inflation

Americans have accumulated additional savings during the pandemic, but that money is dwindling rapidly due to inflation. About 70% of Americans use their savings to cover price hikes, a Forbes Advisor’s latest survey Infer 2000 American adults. Among those surveyed, older adults were more likely to say they left their savings intact. In fact, the … Read more

The Costly Contradictions of Biden’s Green Energy Crusade

President Biden’s energy program is crystal clear: an all-out government assault on the domestic fossil fuel industry to advance a green agenda. But its economic and political ramifications are a muddled contradiction. Biden’s plan distorts or undermines so many other domestic and international priorities that it is in dire need of a mid-course correction. The … Read more

Mental health related to climate change is lost and found

Last Saturday, the founder of a prominent Manhattan architectural firm responsible for the recent historic renovation—let’s call him Alvin Maffley—alphaned me by email that I was “among the selfish and stupid boomers who care little about the future of your children and grandchildren.” I clearly “lack Understand the real threat of climate change” and stand … Read more