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streettalklive.com / By Lance Roberts / May 07, 2013
Part VI is the last of the series of reports from the 10th annual Strategic Investment Conference, presented by Altegis Investments and John Mauldin. Dr. Lacy Hunt, of Hoisington Investment Management, presents his views of the impact on economies when they become heavily leveraged.
brucekrasting.com / By Bruce Krasting / April 9, 2013
My daughter called last night, she’s made her reservations for a honeymoon in Japan. Six months ago she was leaning on going to Thailand, but the cost of a trip to Japan has fallen so sharply, that she was able to afford the cost of [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / 03/25/2013 20:53
After the strongest 4-day surge in 11 months, it would appear that the BoJ is on full-court-press tonight to jawbone the world back to the new normal. The sad truth is though, they can’t even make up their own punchlines anymore:
hindecapital.com / By Simon White / February 22, 2013
Sterling remains one of our least favourite currencies. We have frequently highlighted the terrible state of the UK economy, and the baleful effects the heavy private and public debt loads are having on its long-term health. This places the burden on the external sector, eg exports [...]
trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / 18/2/2013
Amidst continued rapid devaluation of the Yen, predictably, and per usual, the G20 summit in Moscow has ended with a useless and unenforceable statement. This time around, as was signalled in the days ahead of the meeting, the ‘focus’ of transnational vacuousness was on the topic [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / February 17, 2013, 20:21
With the G-20 (and G-7) concluding with what appears to be a slap on the wrist and a wink-and-a-nod to Japan, it seems the game of competitive devaluation will continue. Much pixel and ink has been spilled the ‘potential’ winners and losers in such an [...]
bullionbullscanada.com / by Jeff Nielson / Thursday, 14 February 2013 13:22
In Part I, readers saw how our political “leaders” were deliberately destroying our economies (at the request of the Corporate Oligarchs whom they serve) in order to boost the short-term corporate profits of these Oligarchs – by destroying the wages of their own [...]
CARACAS, Venezuela — Panic buyers thronged Venezuelan shops over the carnival weekend after the government of Hugo Chavez announced a surprise devaluation that analysts said was overdue but would only partly right the listing economy.
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / February 10, 2013, 21:16
The following rather stunning documentary provides a critical insight into what Europe (and Argentina once again) could well be progressing towards. There is a reason we highlight the ‘scariest chart in Europe’ as that of youth unemployment and with the central banks printing money [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / February 10, 2013, 13:32
Late on Friday Venezuela shocked the world when instead of reporting an update on the ailing health of its leader, as many expected it would, it announced the official devaluation of its currency, the Bolivar by nearly 50% against the dollar yet still well [...]
Feb. 8 (Bloomberg) — Former Congressman Ron Paul, a Texas Republican, talks about governments’ strategy of devaluing their currency to gain an advantage in trade. The yen jumped the most in almost two years against the dollar after Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said the pace of its recent slide has been to rapid. Paul [...]
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Dan Denning / January 22nd, 2013
Yesterday we vowed to tell you who the real protagonists and antagonists are in this global currency war. It’s a long answer. And of course it’s debatable. But we’ll begin with just one part of it today: they’re not who you think they are.
In their new reflection on the world economy and international financial system, the economists and fund managers Lee Quaintance and Paul Brodsky of QB Asset Management in New York (http://qbamco.com/) have had enough of central bank favoritism and subsidies [...]
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Callum Newman / December 18th, 2012
Stricken! Please spare a thought for your regular editor, Dan Denning, today. He’s gone down with an attack of the flu a week before Christmas. We’re hoping he’ll be back at headquarters tomorrow. In the meantime, the Daily Reckoning will battle on.
therealasset.co.uk / By Jan Skoyles / November 29, 2012
New research from The Real Asset Company shows that when it comes to gold, everyone’s been looking at the wrong data. Rather than looking at the price of gold (which has climbed for the last 12 years); we should be looking at the value of the [...]
kingworldnews.com / by Eric King / September 5, 2012
The Godfather of newsletter writers, Richard Russell, believes gold will be used to save the world which is drowning in debt. Here is what Russell had to say: “The national debt of the US is now well over $16 trillion and growing at the [...]
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bullionbullscanada.com / By Jeff Nielson / Tuesday, 04 September 2012 12:21
It is common knowledge that the U.S. dollar has lost approximately 98% of its valuesince 1913. That was the year that a private bank called the “Federal Reserve” was given a monopoly to print all U.S. currency; and [...]
wealthcycles.com / by Michael Maloney / August 28, 2012
“The ruble-dollar exchange rate went from 6:1 to 30:1 overnight,” said Dimitri, from Moscow. We spoke with him last Saturday. “It was really bad, everybody lost so much.” A heartbreaking move: Dimitri’s loss was typical of the widespread pain experienced by Russians when the [...]
The chart below, which is a time series showing the total “Gold Held by the US Treasury and the Federal Reserve” (which for all intents and purposes are interchangeable), demonstrates vividly the moment when the US government enacted Executive Order 6102, aka the “forbidding the Hoarding [...]
247bull.com / by Ben Mountifield / August 14, 2012
In the years ahead we will witness the death of paper money and the reemergence of a global gold standard. This article examines why this transition is inevitable, how it might occur, and how to protect yourself from it.
History doesn’t repeat but it does rhyme, so the old saying goes. While we can learn many economic lessons from studying the past, countries, institutions and monetary arrangements change, rendering exact comparisons tricky. That said, readers of the late Harry Browne’s book How You Can [...]
In this video I discuss how a new phase of money printing and currency devaluation is beginning now and will accelerate. Link to my new book/website: http://www.lulu.com/shop/gregory-mannarino/the-x-wave-phenomenon-2012-and-bey…
The International Mother F**kers, as thinkers high on the fumes of spray paint have re-branded the global mafioso institution, recently published its statement on its New Zealand Mission. In it, the global institution states that the New Zealand economy is growing at a modest pace and should continue to [...]
“In my original ideas about the film, the ministry didn’t know whether there were terrorists out there or not because over the years they had so many counter agents and counter-counter agents out there and agent provocateurs who maybe set explosions to lure people in. The people lost track of whether there really were terrorists or not, but the important thing is the belief in terrorists had to be maintained to allow the ministry to continue to survive. Originally the film was called The Ministry. It was really about the survival of an organism like a great bureaucracy that will do anything to keep itself going.." - Terry Gilliam on Brazil