Ranking the Top 10 Welsh Fighters of All Time

Seth Wenig/Associated Press Wales is a proud sporting nation, whether it’s on the rugby field or in the ring. Joe Calzaghe is perhaps the most famous Welsh boxer of modern times, but is he the best the country has ever produced?  Continuing our countdown of the top 10 pugilists from each nation, we’ve ranked Wales’…

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September Shaping Up as Fed’s Worst Nightmare

Filed under: GDP, Inflation, Unemployment Rate, Federal Reserve, Interest Rates #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-477838{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-477838, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-477838{width:570px;display:block;} try{document.getElementById(“fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-477838″).style.display=”none”;}catch(e){} By Jeff Cox For months, Federal Reserve officials have been urging investors to shift their focus from the timing of rate hikes to the path the central bank expects to take toward normalcy. In effect, they’ve been trying to…

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CDC Issues Warning: Doctors on Alert for Bubonic Plague: “There is a Heightened Risk… We Don’t Want People To Panic”

The following article was originally published by Tess Pennington at Ready Nutrition. Tess is the author of the widely popular and highly acclaimed book The Prepper’s Blueprint: The Step-By-Step Guide To Help You Through Any Disaster. Since April 2015, eleven cases of plague have been recorded in the U.S., and three people have died leaving…

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Total System Collapse In Real Time: “Due to the Shortage of Food… the Desperation Is Enormous”

Editor’s Note: We understand that it couldn’t possibly happen in the United States of America where quantitative easing and Plunge Protection Teams abound, but just in case you are curious what a total collapse of a country’s monetary and economic systems looks like we direct your attention to Venezuela. After having tried everything from price controls…

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How to Invest in Bond Funds During a Bear Market

Filed under: Federal Reserve, Bonds, Stock Markets, Interest Rates, Investing ShutterstockWith companies seeking to lock in long-term borrowing costs, corporate bonds have gained popularity. If it’s fizzy, it’s iffy. That’s the key thing to know about bond funds this week. With drama engulfing the stock market, bonds look safe. But all bond funds aren’t the…