The Bureau of Labor and Statistics reported today that the Consumer Price Index dropped 0.3%, the first time in 13 months to be exact (February 2016). The CPI is an indicator that measures the weighted average of a basket of goods and services. This comes after a small increase of 0.1% in February. One might … Continue reading The Consumer Price Index Drops for the First Time in Over a Year.
The CBO(Congressional Budget Office) released their March 2017 10-year budget and economic projections and let me tell you, it does not look good. As of right now, 77% for the federal debt is held by the public. The CBO states that "if current laws generally remained unchanged, the Congressional Budget Office projects, growing budget defictis … Continue reading Would You Like More Debt? If so, Then You Are in Luck.