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Why Your Wallet Feels Lighter & Tracking The Recession

The economy is weaker than advertised. The BLS and other government agencies are no longer even pretending to tell the truth and aren’t ashamed to be colossally wrong as long as the errors help support the idea that things are better than they really are.

user profile picture Chris Martenson May 02, 2024
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In this episode of Finance U Paul Kiker and I discuss inflation and the many troubling signs that the economy is far weaker than advertised.

I know, I know, it’s tough to imagine that the Biden administration would be anything other than completely truthful, but the charts tell the lying tale.

From fictitious jobs to falsified inflation statistics an emerging pattern of economic weakness is developing.

Of course, you already knew this probably based on your personal shopping experiences and the swelling numbers of homeless people you see if you live in a city.

Tune in for another enjoyable romp through the data with two men of high integrity.


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