What signs of real, productive change has the Biden administration shown so far, now almost two months in office? And can any politician or political party break loose from the corporations that largely control them? That’s the topic of discussion in this Zoom meeting, which includes folks on the far left, the center, and some say, the far right. On Target’s Larry Sparano is one of the featured guests.
Famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente says this Century belongs to China. The question is: How quickly will China eat our lunch under a Biden administration? Here’s Larry’s latest On-Target interview with Celente:
As the economy continues to sputter, there are renewed calls for a massive government jobs program. It would guarantee a government-sponsored job to anyone who wants one. Would it work? And would it be a long-term boost to the U.S. Economy? That’s today’s topic between Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
All the upbeat news following last week’s latest jobs report does not reflect. Nor does it indicate that there will be a quick recovery ahead. Economist Richard Wolff says the dire consequences of the Covid-19 shut-down will become increasingly and painfully obvious in the months ahead. Larry Sparano discusses the factors that will keep the economy depressed with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York.
What’s the social cost of enjoying a nice steak, chicken fries or pork chops again? And what’s the economic cost of staying hungry? That’s today’s topic for Larry Sparano of TargetSparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Multi-Trillion Dollar Stimulus money is keeping the Stock Market up –for now. But how long will that last? Mark Collingsworth of Vere Global is with Larry again talking about the heavy challenges ahead:
Amidst all the recent turmoil in the Stock Market, Wall Street ended on a very good note this week, due to a variety of factors. Among them, the Stimulus Bills, along with indications that the Coronavirus curve might be flattening. But the Fed made a big move that might help keep some companies afloat –at another enormous expense to the American taxpayer. Vere Global CIO Mark Collinsworth discusses it with On Target’s Larry Sparano:
The stimulus bill passed by Congress will go only so far to relieve the lost income of American workers. Unlike many other countries, the U.S. has no national paid sick leave guarantees for workers. The situation is much worse than being reported, as On Target’s Larry Sparano discusses with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
We might make it through this one, but if we’re slammed with another Coronavirus-like crisis, the U.S economy might not survive. Vere Global CIO Mark Collinsworth talks with On Target’s Larry Sparano about today’s chilling parallels with the Stock Market Crash of ’29: