John Ing

John Ing Articles

All in all, with risks of higher taxes, healthcare spending, technology regulation, climate change and a festering Trumpian Republican party, America’s reputation is taking a battering. Adding to this concern is that while inflation would...
If there ever was a year when the unforeseeable can happen, this is the year. Covid-19 plunged economies into a recession, but the turbulent markets reached all-time record highs as interest rates collapsed to near zero levels as part of...
Today, social media platforms like, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok are reinforcing our individualistic narcissistic society. No wonder that despite more than 4.5 million coronavirus cases in the United States and rising, the...
With the pandemic disrupting lives and the global economy, government borrowings have climbed ever higher. US unemployment is nearly at Great Depression levels and a summer of civil unrest raises the stakes in an upcoming US election...
During the Great Depression, stocks lost 90 percent of their value, people lost savings and jobs. Today there are a record 33 million jobless Americans, double the 15 million jobless in the Thirties or 25 percent of the population then....
Countries closed borders as the pandemic spread beyond the Chinese, Iranian and South Korean borders.  At risk are lives but the economic impact already is large. The world is in lockdown mode. The economic fallout is only beginning with...
In his State of the Union victory lap, the president crowed that the “great American comeback” entered this decade with the longest bull-run in American history. Unsaid is that in dancing to all time highs, the bond and stock markets are...
Once again, like his reality show, Mr. Trump orchestrated a spectacle choosing the optics of progress to meaningful progress itself.  After the most recent G 20 meeting, Mr. Trump was more interested in a photo op with Kim Jong Un and...
Tariffs have upset world markets and decades of America-made supply chains helping cause in December the worst single month market sell-off since the Great Depression. Because Mr. Trump views the stock market as the one signifier of the US...
America the beautiful? After fighting and winning two world wars, spending billions to resurrect Europe, sending a man into space and help create institutions like the World Trade Organization, America remains as the world’s leading super...
The 1849 Gold Rush sped up California's admission to the Union as the 31st state in that year.

Gold Eagle twitter                Like Gold Eagle on Facebook