Author: Wealthy Debates

SOUNDCLOUD: 25 Million plays and zero dollars

In December 2012, as part of a major redesign, SoundCloud introduced a feature called the repost. Similar to Tumblr’s reblog or Twitter’s retweet, reposts were designed as a way to help new music spread virally. But from the start, artists abused the feature by constantly reposting their own tracks, pushing them back to the top

Greatest Stock Bubble Of All Time: “Prices Have Become Completely Disconnected From Economic Reality”

MICHAEL SNYDER–Disneyland is known as a place “where dreams come true” and where every story always has a happy ending.  But there is going to be no happy ending for the U.S. economy.  Wishful thinking has resulted in one of the greatest stock market rallies in history in recent months, but like all childhood fantasies,

How Happy are U.S. Employees?

Workers report higher job satisfaction now than in the past decade, with 51% of U.S. employees saying that they are happy with their current position, and 38% claiming extreme satisfaction. Despite this upwards trend, however, millions of U.S. employees feel disengaged at their job. More than half of the American workforce doesn’t feel enthused by their work, which costs businesses between

3 Credit Cards for Wholesale-Club Fans

Frequently, Costco, Sam’s Club, and BJ’s shoppers often learn the hard way that wholesale clubs rarely count for grocery-store bonuses. Those who shop heavily at wholesale clubs should prefer a card that specifically includes wholesale-club spending as a bonus category, or one that offers a high cash-back rate on all spending. Here are three non-store