Macroeconomics Archives - AlwaysWealthy

The Myth of Price Stability

There is a myth in mainstream economics that stable prices are necessary for the economy. The idea of price stability became popular in the 1920s, during a period known as the Roaring Twenties.

Will the Russian Economy Collapse?

With the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, many people are wondering how long the Russian economy can stay afloat. It’s been over three months since the beginning of the conflict.

The Changing World Order and What Ray Dalio Missed

The current world order is undoubtedly changing. It’s happening right in front of our eyes today. Timely, legendary investor and hedge fund manager Ray Dalio published a new book called “The Changing World Order: Why Nations Succeed or Fail”. Alongside the book, he released an animated video presentation summarizing key concepts of the book.

US Debt Default: Will the US Government Default On Its Debt?

There has been growing concern about the sustainability of sovereign debt in the United States and around the world. While the United States has never directly defaulted on its debt, many people are wondering whether a US debt default might be on the horizon.

How to Survive the Coming Economic Collapse

I’m currently immersing myself in literature about the Great Depression and reading Benjamin Roth’s “The Great Depression: A Diary”. It’s like reading the mind of an investor that lived through the Great D

The Everything Bubble: Is The Worst Crash In History Coming?

The Everything Bubble is a term coined by Graham Summers who wrote a book with the same title.

What Is The Great Reset And Why Should You Be Worried?

There has been a lot of talk about the Great Reset in the the last few months. I thought I’d dive in and take a closer look at what the Great Reset is, what it means for the world we live in and how you can protect your freedo

The Case For Hyperinflation In The United States

More than 35% of all US Dollars in existence were printed in 2020. While the United States is still far away from hyperinflation, the printing press is running hotter than ever before. When central banks like the Federal Reserve inflate the money supply, this leads to price inflation.