Bill Tatro returns to the program…
This is the week when the Fed is supposed to raise rates. While unemployment may appear to be lower, in reality work force participation is at levels that haven’t been seen since the 1970’s. Consumer spending is depressed. Are we about to make the same mistakes that were made during the 1930’s?
Bill thinks yes and that’s why he thinks interest rates aren’t going higher.
Sign up (on the right side) for the instant free Financial Survival Toolkit and free weekly newsletter.