The Recession is Over – Depression Has Been Avoided

by | May 1, 2009 | Headline News

If you happen to be perusing the internet these days, you’d think the recession is over, we’ve avoided depression, and home prices were about to recover fully:

Reuters: Consumer Sentiment Soars as Confidence Returns

CNN: Manufacturing Activity Picks Up

Bloomberg: JP Morgan, Barclays Say U.S. Economy Will Grow in Second Half

Consumers give spark of new hope for econ revival

Warning: Don’t judge a story by it’s headline. If you happen to click-through and read these stories, you should come away with a completely different perspective then going into it based on the headlines.

Inflation is Running at 40-Year Highs!

Negative interest rates are taxing savers, creating food shortages, and making life miserable in the United States!

There's little time left before the REAL DISASTER occurs!

Download the Ultimate Reset Guide Now!

    Related Articles



    Commenting Policy:

    Some comments on this web site are automatically moderated through our Spam protection systems. Please be patient if your comment isn’t immediately available. We’re not trying to censor you, the system just wants to make sure you’re not a robot posting random spam.

    This website thrives because of its community. While we support lively debates and understand that people get excited, frustrated or angry at times, we ask that the conversation remain civil. Racism, to include any religious affiliation, will not be tolerated on this site, including the disparagement of people in the comments section.