Keith E Ouellette


Keith E Ouellette (1951-Present) was born in Salem, Massachusetts to French-Canadian ancestry, educated in Boston, secured an 18-month initial assignment in Europe experiencing operations of small to medium-sized businesses and learning how to work with various cultures throughout the region.

For the 1st half of his career as a financial manager/controller for small divisions of two (2) major conglomerates, he developed the skills necessary to look at the big picture, apply current conditions/trends of the economy, and to accurately develop plans for his company's future growth and financial well-being.

Since the mid-1980s, he moved into the financial services industry and gravitated towards writing articles for industry magazines about health care and insurance-related topics. Today, he has a passion for educating the public about the components of GDP, illustrating the need for change using real economic numbers. His philosophy is to "tell it like it is" and offer perceptive financial solutions for small businesses to stimulate sales growth and improve future profits.

In 2012, "The US Economy Exposed" book series was developed to sift through the macroeconomic trends and fight the through the propaganda being thrown at the public during an election year. It is expected that multiple books in the series will be published, and weekly updates of current trends will be illustrated at his Blog at beginning in 2013. You can view his LinkedIn profile at

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The U.S. Economy Exposed - Debt Crisis
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 7,930. Language: English. Published: December 26, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Economics / macroeconomics, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Economic conditions
A look at the similarities between The Great Depression of 1929 and the Great Recession of 2008. What will reduce the trillion dollars of debt and stimulate the U.S. economy? The New Deal of the 1930s with FDR guiding the recovery period took 12 years and a World War to stimulate the economy. What will the inevitable New Deal II bring to guide the economy and which Party will be more effective?

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