We are now at a very important juncture in the economy. The decisions people make today will affect them for years to come.
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Ormand Beach, FL (PRWEB) November 10, 2010
Financial expert Joseph E. Meyer believes we are now at a very important juncture in the economy. "The decisions people make today will affect them for years to come," Meyer said while unveiling his new newsletter "Straight Money Analysis."
Meyer, a long-time figure on Wall Street whose commentary is often featured by major media, now teaches individuals how to navigate financially in what he calls "a backward world." The newsletter covers the latest developments along with historical understanding and expert strategies for the domestic and international economy, the debt and equity markets, and the precious metals and energy sectors.
The newsletter also periodically speaks to the continuing housing crisis while highlighting recent news events relating to the mortgage foreclosure impact. Subscribers receive vital information on the economic effects of U.S. monetary policy.
"We've seen a huge increase in the speed at which the global economy operates. The principles and equilibriums investors relied on for decades are now in rapid flux. You need a very strong background in finance and many years experience to understand and navigate in the financial sector today. I explain it all and make it easy to understand for my subscribers," Meyer said.
"Straight Money Analysis" newsletter has been warmly greeted with early subscribers coming from all over the world. Get more information and subscribe at http://straightmoneyanalysis.com/newsletter.html.
Meyer has appeared frequently on TV news programs for NBC, CBS, and ABC. He appears regularly on media covering the New York financial community including Time Warner NY 1, News 12 New Jersey, and Comcast Cable News. Meyer has also been heard on 225 national radio shows with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM. He has been interviewed by the The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times.
In a recent issue of "Straight Money Analysis," Meyer explained how cheap labor in Asia attracted U.S. companies, taking eight million jobs from Americans. Once the largest creditor nation in the world, the United States is now the biggest debtor. This has a big impact on the value of the dollar and the short and long term future of the American economy.
"Our American banking system was overleveraged. We can expect the deleveraging of this sector of the economy to take many years. In short, things are not gong back to normal, but moving forward with new dynamics smart investors must understand," Meyer said.
See Meyer's Straight Money Analysis website at http://StraightMoneyAnalysis.com
Joseph E. Meyer
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