Category: MONEY

Peloton’s rower arrives in December, priced at $3,200

The Peloton Row hasn’t been a particularly well-kept secret over the last couple of years. After long-standing rumors, the connected fitness firm teased the rowing machine in a member’s video back in May. Today it’s finally back with …

Leveraging up the World Financial institution to fund a world rescue

Hiya and welcome to Commerce Secrets and techniques, a day later than regular due to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral yesterday. The British civil servants we all know of who had been pressed into service final week to steward crowds …

FOM Modernization Bill Introduced in Senate 

Sen. Alex Padilla (D-A) introduced the CUNA and League-led Expanding Financial Access for Underserved Communities Act. The CrossState-supported bill, which represents the most significant modernization of the Federal Credit Union Act since 1998, passed the House in June as part of …

Fund managers pitch ‘alts’ to retail investors as institutions max out

A saturated market for institutional clients is pushing asset managers to pursue another business: selling so-called alternative investments to rich individual investors. Alternatives stray outside mainstream portfolios of stocks and bonds into such asset classes as credit, private …

How To Deal With Low Credit If You Need A Loan

Loans prove to be very helpful in situations of financial emergencies. But low credit scores can make it tough to get loans from banking institutions and sometimes from private lenders. A credit score depicts your financial credibility, and …

Editorial: Student loan debt forgiveness brings out scammers

It’s reassuring to see an honest debate unfold about a federal initiative as sweeping as President Biden’s decision to cancel billions of dollars in student loans. There’s plenty of room for disagreement about whether the initiative helps those …

Look For Online Shopping Deals After Christmas

Look For Online Shopping Deals After Christmas Now that the holidays are just about over, the online shopping deals are going to be more prominent than ever. If you’ve been holding off on a particular gift (whether for …

Doug Casey On Class Warfare, ‘Eat The Rich’ Sentiment, & What Happens Next

  Doug Casey On Class Warfare, ‘Eat The Rich’ Sentiment, & What Happens Next International Man: Politicians looking for ways to finance their extravagant spending increasingly complain that the wealthy aren’t paying their “fair share.” It’s a trend in …

Macleod: Inflation Is Turning Hyper…

Macleod: Inflation Is Turning Hyper… Authored by Alasdair Macleod via GoldMoney.com, Money supply took off during covid lockdowns. It is now about to take off again to pay everyone’s energy bills. But that is not all. Demands for …

Incentives are powerful, but they can also pose hazards

  There is much disagreement over whether President Biden’s decision to excuse $10,000 of student loan debt from certain borrowers creates perverse incentives and/or moral hazards. Colleges have no incentive to rein in their education costs because they …