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Welcome to Capital Account. It has been almost a month since the election, yet the Fiscal Cliff continues to drive the news cycle and Washington politics. Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal reports the threat of falling off the Cliff has pushed up US IPOs, stock sales, and mergers, as sellers fear taxes on investment [...]
The world’s top expert on precious metals manipulation took time this week with http://www.FutureMoneyTrends.com to discuss the end game for the gold cartel. In this exclusive interview, Andy Hoffman, who goes by ‘Ranting Andy,’ covers the state of the current economic system, the future of gold and silver, and why the gold cartel is [...]
Today top trends forecaster Gerald Celente gave King World News an exclusive look at his top trends for 2013, as well as a sneak peek at his upcoming Winter Trends Journal. Celente also spoke about gold and silver. Celente is the founder of Trends Research, and the [...]
frontpagemag.com / By Daniel Greenfield / November 30, 2012 Forget all the talk about whether we will or won’t go over the fiscal cliff. We ourselves are the fiscal cliff and have been for some time now. The real fiscal cliff is not the point at which we run out of money, our credit rating [...]
streettalklive.com / By Martha C. White / Friday, November 30, 2012
A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York delivers generally positive news about the economy with one glaring exception: student-loan debt. The amount of debt and delinquencies are climbing, and some experts say the official numbers don’t even [...]
theautomaticearth.com / By Raul Ilargi Meijer / Friday, November 30, 2012 1:36 AM
Let me try to keep this short and still make the point I want to make. Lately, I’ve seen a huge amount of people talking about an economic recovery, certainly in the US, so much so that people who disagree with that [...]
moneymorning.com / By Peter Krauth / November 29, 2012
This past March, I asked a highly successful investment advisor what he thought about gold. Since he deals almost exclusively with very high net-worth individuals, his point of view was especially intriguing.
He confided to me that many of his clients had been [...]
wealthwire.com / by Brianna Panzica / Friday, November 30th, 2012
Iran’s covert nuclear program has the world on edge. This week, the nation announced it would be stepping up the uranium enrichment program that inspired sanctions from the U.S. and other Western nations.
These sanctions have rocked the Iranian economy throughout the [...]
Memories are short, and 2008 is ancient history. Consumers can’t suppress their urge to consume. Lenders can’t suppress their urge to lend. We’ve learned nothing from the last boom-bust. We are repeating it, piling error upon error.
The IRS headquarters in New Carrollton, Maryland is a government building that, despite being constructed with public funds, contains art referring to elite secret societies. More importantly, the art conveys a strange message about the U.S. Constitution, and the American people in [...]
reuters.com / By Rujun Shen / Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:44pm EST
Gold was trading in a tight $4 range above $1,720 an ounce on Friday, but prices were on track for their biggest weekly drop since the start of the month with an uncertainty about crucial U.S. talks to avert a fiscal crisis [...]
newswithviews.com / By Devvy Kidd/ November 30, 2012
Every week I get a half dozen email from individuals who can’t access my web site. Used to be one a week. Newswithviews and other web sites are now being routinely blocked by Google and AOL. No question local Internet carriers are doing the same thing [...]
brucekrasting.com / By Bruce Krasting / November 29, 2012
If you’ve lived in NY for a long time, it is very hard to forget this now famous, headline. I think the Daily News will be able to reuse this title page again sometime over the next month or two. NY and NJ [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / 11/30/2012 07:54
For a country in which the consumer is responsible for 70% of GDP, one wonders: without savings and without wages where will this “recovery” we hear so much propaganda about and which every investment bank this week went all in on (just like they did in the [...]
reuters.com / By By Leika Kihara / TOKYO | Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:01am EST (Reuters) – Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa was feeling the heat in February when he was summoned to parliament five times to explain what he planned to do to get Japan out of its deflation doldrums.
Today billionaire Eric Sprott warned King World News, “There is no doubt that central planners are trying to avoid a financial collapse here.” This is the first in a series of interviews with Sprott that will be released today which reveals what is going on behind the [...]
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