Governments really can, and do, borrow forever.
Recoveries have been getting weaker and weaker because that's how the Fed wants them
Households have $833 billion less debt today than in 2008, but that's mostly due to defaults
Britain's GDP fell again in the fourth quarter of 2012, raising the specter of a triple-dip recession
Hedge fund bigwigs Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn delivered the most engaging TV smackdown in recent memory on CNBC
How real is Canada's housing bubble anyway? More real than any other country's.
The sequester, not the debt ceiling, is the only manufactured crisis jeopardizing the recovery
Don't look at these long-term and youth unemployment numbers if you like good news
The debt ceiling and glitchy word-processors do not mix well
Here's why Ben Bernanke killed the platinum coin, and what it means for the debt ceiling showdown
A Jedi mind trick and money -- lots of money
Treasury should only use a trillion dollar coin as insurance against an outright debt default
The only thing we have to fear is fear of the trillion-dollar coin itself.
Expectations. It's all about expectations.
Latvia's economy is doing worse than Iceland's, compared to their pre-recession levels. And Iceland basically went through national bankruptcy!
Households making between $200,000 and $500,000 saved the most compared to a world where we went off the cliff forever
The payroll tax cut is set to expire, and with it, about a half million jobs in the coming year
It will cost us $375 billion over the next decade if we keep the estate tax from going back to its Clinton-era levels
Beware the looming payroll tax hike!