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Widespread Manufacturing Decline: Another Reason to Lower Rates
By ITR Economics on January 11, 2024

With the latest data release from the Federal Reserve Board, 2024 is shaping up according to ITR Economics’ expectations, and if you have been following along with us, you know those...

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But What About…?: Answering Questions on the 2030s Depression
By Brian Beaulieu on January 5, 2024

Why Will It Be a Prolonged Decline? Essentially the question revolves around central bank intervention through increased liquidity and lower (and perhaps negative) interest rates, and...

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Enhance Your Investment Strategy With Our Stock Market Insights
By ITR Economics on December 28, 2023

Whether in business or in your personal life, well-informed investments can pave the road to financial prosperity. While no one has a magic crystal ball to perfectly predict the stock...

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Why Awareness of the Coming Great Depression Is Vital for Success in the 2030s
By ITR Economics on December 27, 2023

ITR Economics has been talking about the coming 2030s Great Depression since the 2014 release of the book “Prosperity in the Age of Decline.” Now, 10 years later, many people are still...

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Quotable Insights on the 2030s Depression for Millennials and Gen Z-ers
By ITR Economics on December 21, 2023

The following are a few quotable insights from ITR Economics CEO Brian Beaulieu and President Alan Beaulieu on the economic depression that ITR Economics is forecasting for the 2030s.

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Spirit of Giving: US Charitable Donations Data Through the Lens of Economics
By Alan Beaulieu on December 20, 2023

Americans are a giving people, with total contributions from all sources at $499.3 billion in 2022. Of that total, $319.040 billion come from individuals 1. Individual charitable...

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