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June 14, 2022

Top 5 Restaurants in the Central California Coast

    Tweed Economics believes that, when visiting the Central California coast, you can’t go wrong with any one of the local eateries. Cold Spring Tavern, First & Oak, Big Sur Bakery, and Ember Cafe are just some of the must-try local eats. Here, we’ll explore some of the best of each and share the […]

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Rusty Tweed
June 2, 2022

Rusty Tweed lists 6 tips to get rid of black mold  

Black mold isn’t just a problem for a home. It can wreak havoc on your health too. This fungus is both invasive and destructive. While it’s unsightly on the surface, the damage is even more severe when not visible and undetected. In addition to costly repairs, black mold can result in serious respiratory issues if […]

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Rusty Tweed
December 12, 2018

Mortgage Rates and Indicators for 2019 – What To Look Out For

The American Dream is something people still believe in because it was sold as one of the best financial and life choices an individual or a family could do. However, people were misled into putting their lifetime savings and most people using loans to purchase a house in which they would live and raise a […]

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Robert Tweed
December 7, 2018

Forecasting the 2019 Financial Market

As 2018 is coming to close, the state of the financial market is a hot topic. Many have made the prediction for another market crash. Reviewing the reports and trends from the 2018 quarters will help with forecasting the 2019 financial market. The Federal Reserve has an Open Market Committee who are responsible for setting […]

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November 9, 2018

Building and Strengthening Your Financial Foundations For 2019

2019 is upon us, and there is a growing financial concern happening with so many Americans that need to be addressed. Individuals are finding making ends meet strenuous and the wages in America don’t seem to be changing as fast as the accumulation of debt among its citizens. People are making horrible purchasing decisions, and […]

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Rusty Tweed
November 9, 2018

How Financial Demographics Have Changed Since March 2018

Demographics could be the destiny shaper of economic growth and success of financial markets. However, this will not happen if the western economics are not ready to solve the underlying social and environmental challenges. Population growth in western countries as compared to Asian, Middle Eastern and African regions is very low, and this affects growth […]

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Robert Tweed
November 3, 2018

How The 900 Point Drop In The Stock Market Will Affect Businesses

This past Thursday, the stock market officially dropped 900 points which makes the month of October the markets biggest loss since February. The numbers reported are enough to make any investor pull out. While the stocks took a sudden plunge, panic also set in for not only the investors watching but for the business. This […]

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October 18, 2018

Fundamental Market Indicators Every Finance Expert Should Know

Most people want to make money in the stock and bond markets. The markets provide the preferred investment path for retirement savings, emergency funds, and home down payments. But many would-be investors stay on the sidelines. Having seen the heavy losses imposed by market corrections, they choose to keep their money in the bank. With […]

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Rusty Tweed
September 7, 2018

How The US Deficit Is Impacting The Euro

A weak currency, worsening government finances, high political uncertainty, rising interest rates, are the statements that Rusty Tweed says that plague the U.S government. The U.S Treasury bonds were once regarded as risk-free assets, but now, they are shaky, and the alternative that is available for investors is the eurozone debt. Investors from all over […]

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Rusty Tweed
August 15, 2018

US Mortgage Rates Soar Slowing Down Home Sales

The list of things that affect homebuyers’ mood is quite extensive. In fact, anything from the state of the economy and home prices to politics can affect someone’s willingness to buy. One of the most obvious factors that determine how likely people are to take out a mortgage, however, is the interest rate. After all, […]

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