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How is this not a MASSIVE conflict of interest? / by Simon Black / June 9, 2014

Henry Ford once said, “It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

He was right about at least [...]

It’s Amazing How A Few Men Are Destroying The Western World / June 5, 2014

With a non-stop flow of propaganda from the mainstream media outlets, today Michael Pento told King World News that it is amazing how a few men are destroying the Western World. Pento also discussed the ramifications of the historic decision today by the ECB.

Eric King: [...]

Why Politicians are at War Against Deflation / BY VERN GOWDIE / ON MAY 16, 2014 AT 11:52 AM

The condition of Apoplithorismophobia afflicts a certain group of people, and they display these symptoms.

They crave rising grocery prices They desire rising electricity costs They are happy to pay more at the fuel pump In fact, they are [...]

From Turdville With Love; An open letter to the good people of Switzerland / By Turd Ferguson / May 12, 2014 at 9:51 pm

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, Switzerland, but what you suspected all along is actually true. Your gold is gone. All of it. Leased and sold away by your central bankers and politicians.

As [...]

Bank Of England Chief Economist-To-Be Warns: “It’s Time To Rethink Everything” / By Tyler Durden / 04/24/2014 17:47 -0400

Andrew Haldane, who is well known among readers as being one of the most outspoken and truthy central bankers in the world, will become Bank of England’s Chief Economist in June. That fact is what makes his comments – however factually honest – extremely uncomfortable for [...]

Why Central Bankers Struggle to Stimulate Growth / Chris Mayer / Apr 4, 2014

In order to stimulate lending and get the economy going, the European Central Bank (ECB) recently said it could take more drastic action. Among the tools considered are negative interest rates. Meaning, the ECB would charge banks on reserves held at the central bank.

It’s a [...]

Why a New Depression Would Be Good For Us / Bill Bonner / March 27, 2014

Driving Cattle

Today, we go even farther into the unknown … beyond eventually and past sooner or later … to what happens next. Specifically, we don’t think central bankers are going to take the end of the world lying down. They’ve got tricks up their sleeves. [...]

Will Inflation Make A Comeback In 2014 When The Consensus Worries About Deflation / March 25, 2014

Two months ago, Incrementum Liechtenstein released its chartbook entitled “Monetary Tectonics” which illustrated the raging war between inflation and deflation in 40 charts. Meantime, the authors of the chartbook have launched the “Austrian Economics Golden Opportunities Fund,” a fund that takes investment positions based on the level of inflation. The [...]

Dot-Com 2.0 Visualized (Or Peak Greater Fool) / by Tyler Durden on 03/11/2014 17:00 -0400

While central bankers, asset-gatherers, and TV ‘personalities’ remain nonchalant of stocks being in a bubble, some are positively vociferous over the manipulated mania US investors are currently re-experiencing. Until the last few months, the new dot-com bubble had been quietly hidden behind the walls of [...]

How Brits Make The Rent – Sell A Kidney (On Facebook) / by Tyler Durden on 03/10/2014 17:30 -0400

While central bankers and politicians alike celebrate the great recorvery in the UK, the nation is increasingly divided between the haves and have-nots (or Londoners and non-Londoners). In no way is that more clearly evident that a dreadful new trend that, as The Sunday Post [...]

“The Second Coming” Of Bill Gross Pulls A Hugh Hendry, Says Risk Assets To Outperform / by Tyler Durden / 03/04/2014 09:25 -0500

In the aftermath of the recent Wall Street Journal profile piece that, rather meaninglessly, shifted attention to Bill Gross as quirky manager (who isn’t) to justify El-Erian’s departure and ignoring Bill Gross as the man who built up the largest bond fund in the world, [...]

Who Benefits from ‘Moderate’ Inflation? / The WealthCycles Staff / March 01, 2014

The fallacy that inflation is beneficial has gained great traction in recent years. The generation of working, saving U.S. taxpayers that lived through the runaway inflation of the 1970s came out of it convinced that inflation must be stomped out at all costs. But it [...]

Is Lassonde really so ignorant of his own organization’s work? / by Chris Powell / Mon, 2014-02-24 21:14

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

GATA’s researcher, consultant, and friend R.M. had to laugh at World Gold Council board member Pierre Lassonde’s insistence in his interview today with Kitco News that central bankers “spend no time whatsoever thinking about gold”:

For if central [...]

G-20 Agrees To Grow Global Economy By $2 Trillion, Has No Idea How To Actually Achieve It / Tyler Durden / 02/23/2014 10:00 -0500

Apparently all it takes to kick the world out of a secular recession and back into growth mode, is for several dozen finance ministers and central bankers to sit down and sign on the dotted line, agreeing it has to be done. That is [...]

Central Bankers: Inflation is God’s Work / by Doug French / Friday, February 21st, 2014

Inflation is always somebody else’s fault. Ludwig von Mises called out finger pointing central bankers and politicians decades ago in his book, Economic Policy. “The most important thing to remember is that inflation is not an act of God, that inflation is not [...]

Mauldin – “The Big One” & What Investors Must Worry About / February 7, 2014

Today John Mauldin spoke with King World News about what is going to trigger what he calls “The Big One” and what investors around the world must now worry about. Mauldin, President of Millennium Wave Securities, also discussed when he expects “The Big One,” as well as [...]

Embry – Global Markets Are Now Subject To Total Collapse / February 3, 2014

With continued uncertainty around the globe, today a man who has been involved in the financial markets for 50 years, and whose business partner is billionaire Eric Sprott, warned King World News that global markets are now subject to “total collapse.” John Embry also discussed the implications [...]

The lost Century / by Egon von Greyerz / January 30, 2014

“In November 1910, some powerful US bankers joined by the influential Paul Warburg had a meeting on Jekyll Island that would determine the destiny of the world financial system and the world economy for over 100 years. This infamous meeting led to [...]

More on the German Gold Repatriation Scheme / By Turd Ferguson / January 21, 2014 at 3:30 pm

This story gets more fantastic by the day. Just like The Jelly of The Month Club, I suspect that it will be “the gift that keeps on giving the whole year” in 2014.

So now we’re told that Germany actually repatriated 37 metric [...]

Why Central Bankers Should Not Tinker with Aggregate Prices / by Frank Hollenbeck / Wednesday, January 15, 2014

In November, the ECB (European Central Bank) surprised the markets by dropping its refinancing rate to 0.25 percent to avoid dreaded deflation, and announced it seeks to keep “price growth steady at about 2 percent” which is obviously a target and not a ceiling. [...]

Why Italian And Spanish Bonds Are Near Record Low Yields (In One Greater-Fool Chart) / by Tyler Durden on 01/14/2014 13:19 -0500

As global central bankers appear set on a game of inter-continental reach-around, the Japanese – printing press handle in hand – have taken the lead. For those wondering why EURJPY is so high and why, despite an endless stream of disappointingly near-record-bad macro and micro [...]

Where is the Inflation? Can Inflation Be Hidden or Stored? / By argentus maximus / January 12, 2014 at 1:16 pm

Recently I discussed a generalized sequence of money flow between the different asset classes as the business cycle rolls along it’s way like a ripple passing over the different sectors of the economy.

Today I’m going to do the same, only different! I [...]

The “other” anniversary that’s far more important / Simon Black / December 16, 2013

Though still a week shy of its centennial anniversary, the US Federal Reserve will hold a celebration this afternoon in Washington DC.

(They’re even live-streaming it…

Just imagine the scene– a bunch of current and former central bankers slapping each other on the back, congratulating [...]

SILVER – A RIGGED MARKET COMING TO AN END / By The Doc / December 15, 2013

The Western central bankers have been leasing, hypothecating and re-hypothecating gold with impunity. Then, in the 1990s, China wanted its gold back from the United States. “Sorry, Chinks!” was the arrogant response from the US. It was gone, “leased” out to keep a controlled lid [...]

Global Power Project: The Group of Thirty, Architects of Austerity / By Andrew Gavin Marshall / December 12, 2013

The Group of Thirty, a preeminent think tank that brings together dozens of the world’s most influential policy makers, central bankers, financiers and academics, has been the focus of two recent reports for’s Global Power Project. In studying this group, I [...]

Grant Williams On Flushing The Impurities Of QE From The System / By Tyler Durden / 11/30/2013 18:41

Grant Williams “pulls no punches” in this all-encompassing presentation as the “Things That Make You Go Hmmm” author reflects on what is behind us and looks ahead at the ugly reality that we will face when “the impurities of QE are finally flushed from the system.” [...]

Taking Stock of the 21st Century: What’s Fundamentally Different / By Charles Hugh Smith / November 24, 2013

The constant dismissal of unprecedented extremes as “same as it ever was” is actually a pernicious form of perception management, i.e. propaganda. Anyone suggesting that things are unraveling in fundamental ways quickly encounters a standard reflex response: “same as it ever was.” [...]

Cashless Society / By Andrew Hoffman / November 22nd, 2013

The recent rise in Bitcoin prices, amidst a backdrop of money printing gone mad, should be a wake-up call to billions that mistrust of global Central bankers is going mainstream. Sadly, it won’t be; as the vast majority has neither the means to protect themselves, [...]

Are Bubbles Caused by Psychological Problems? / By Frank Shostak / Tuesday, November 19, 2013

According to the popular way of thinking, bubbles are an important cause of economic recessions. The main question posed by experts is how one knows when a bubble is forming. It is held that if the central bankers knew the answer to this question [...]

The Bubble Keeps Getting Bigger / By Dan Norcini / Wednesday, November 13, 2013

It is almost comical watching stocks soaring into the stratosphere negating one negative technical warning after another and reaching levels that defy rational thinking, yet here we are.

The investing world has been perfectly conditioned by the Central Bankers to buy every [...]