A look at the realities of Canadian debt levels, the direction of Canadian housing, the trend of Canadian stocks, and the Fed's real intentions.

A look at how the government borrows money, how money works, how the biggest paper asset bubble is being created, and a simple explanation on gold price.

Washington stepped back from the abyss this week and the U.S. didn't face its first ever default...but the the man-made crisis still carries a cost to the economy and beyond. Here are the numbers on what the shutdown cost the economy

The subprime crisis Obama is allowing but doesn't want you to know, a shocking employment statistic, how QE really works Canadian housing numbers, the truth about the stock market's rise and the amount of money borrowed by hedge funds (it's a BIG number), the amount of borrowed money it takes to achieve $1 of GDP activity

Why the Fed didn't taper and the numbers behind their target goals of inflation and unemployment, and how many jobs are needed to reach 6.5% unemployment.

JPMorgan recently said it will not be accepting new private student loan applications. That's proof there is a student loan bubble boiling.

The Bottom Line panel looks at where Canada's economy is going and what that means for you including a look at employment and housing.

Just How Bad Is the European Recession? Bianco Research President Jim Bianco discusses the European recession with Trish Regan on Bloomberg

Bloomberg Television’s “Lunch Money” Host Adam Johnson reports on network equipment giant Cisco cutting 5% of its work force.

A look at the 10 year treasury yield and why its the most important indicator for stock market performance, and the amount of leverage used by hedge funds.

How Americans Pay for College: Bloomberg's Carol Massar explores the varying ways U.S. families are paying for a college education.