Although I am a libertarian, hold money in gold, and listen to Schiff consistently, I am reluctant to say he's right. I don't see where the industry bubble is and I'm not convinced the so-called dollar bubble exists or is even relevant. Unless I see negative growth in GDP in the next six months, I'm not giving any credit to Schiff. Even if there is a recession, there's no guarantee it will be worse than 2008. I am 90% sure it will be though, but it's still too early to say for certain.
I must also remind you that the DJIA fell by almost 600... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I work in a software company as a technical consultant/jack of all trades. I have an odd dilemma - I have to fill out a timesheet every week where I account for 40 hours of work, but there is probably 4 hours of work a week, tops.
I've been dealing with this by allocating like 30 hours a week to my "client issue" and "general technical work" boxes for the one client that gives me any work at all, and putting the rest into various categories like meetings, professional development, training, etc. I've talked to managers several times now about... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I currently work for a large corporation. A few months ago, I was given an annual evaluation, and the paperwork stated I was getting a raise for a higher hourly rate. I signed it, and so did two managers who worked there. However, when this raise was supposed to kick in, I was only given around 3/4 of it. I talked to HR, who told me that papers pertaining to my employment are not legally binding, and they won't allow me to have a copy of it. I did some research on the internet and found that in some cases paperwork signed with an employer may be considered an "implicit... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Why don't they flood the market with CEOs to lower the price of CEOs like they flooded the market with STEM majors to lower the price of STEM graduates? Businesses would lie, cheat, steal, and kill to save pennies on the dollar and suppress your wages, so why don't they apply these same hyper-capitalistic cutthroat tactics toward one of their biggest expenses, executive compensation? They can cuck salarymen into working 80 hours a week without overtime, so why can't they cuck CEOs into taking on all the CEO responsibilities for "passion" (re: without... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My dad was raking in >$500k and growing until he got wrapped up into a lawsuit. He thought he could easily win, but he ended up losing and owing >$4mil in legal fees. Also, his business growth slowed to a halt due to devoting most of his time to the case.
That was a few years back. Currently, he's "rebuilding his empire" and doing really good operating in niche markets. Helps that he's a smart guy.
>>1036363 No, I come from a family of underachievers and lower middle class, the kind who can appear like everyone else at the expense of never doing anything with their lives and having no comfortable retirement plan.
I'm 26 now and making more than anyone else in the family.
All the people that paid taxes fled the city, the only people left where wellfare queens and gangsters, neither of which pay taxes, but they break a lot of shit.
So now the city has a lot of broken shit and no tax revenue.
Detroit is kind of a microcosm of America post hillary- all the wealthy tax payers will flee in fear/protest, and leave human trash behind, and human trash NEEDS the rich and hardworking to pay for their lives
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