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armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / May 10, 2013
The problem with the NY bankers is they simply want to trade with other people’s money. They have to have their wings clipped. If they want to trade, change careers and become hedge fund managers. Then you can only keep a portion of what you [...]
marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / May 8, 2013, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2013
Chinese officials are stepping up their efforts to regain control of the money markets and currency. The main target does not appear to be foreign investors, but rather the behavior of domestic businesses. Over the past weekend, China’s foreign exchange regulator announced [...]
On the heels of continued volatility in the gold and silver markets, the Godfather of newsletter writers, Richard Russell, writes about what the biggest money on the planet is doing right now with their money. Russell also discusses the Fed, Gold, God, General Patton, and stocks.
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / May 6, 2013, 11:21 -0400
When a sell-side strategist says ‘buying opportunity of a lifetime’, we know there will be another right around the corner even if we rally 10%; when one of the largest buy-side firms believes “this is an almost biblical opportunity to reap gains and sell,” [...]
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Bill Bonner / May 6, 2013
Last night, we went out to dinner in Salta. There were six of us…at one of the nicest restaurants in town. We ordered two bottles of Laborum’s cabernet sauvignon. We had beef steaks, dessert and coffee. The bill came to 1,058 pesos.
This Great Graphic is from the Economist. It is based on the work of two economists, Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers. A recent research paper looks at the relationship between self assessments of one’s well being and the self-reported annual income.
Ron Paul pulled something that is quite familiar to sports fans in the 2012 Presidential Election: he threw in the towel. This is a common phenomenon in sports, as players and coaches sometimes bet against their own team, thus leading to lackluster play on whatever field it [...]
Bitcoin is a challenge for every theorist of money and that includes the Austrians. Even though the Austrian paradigm has long been named as the inspiration behind Bitcoin, older Austrians have been slow to fully comprehend the implications of this innovation.
hubertmoolman.wordpress.com / By Hubert Moolman / April 24, 2013
The last three major bull markets of the Dow were followed by some type of economic crisis and a major bull market in gold. This is no coincidence, since these massive bull markets have been mostly driven by the huge expansion of the money supply. When [...]
Given that options expiration comes to COMEX April 25th, today’s China disappointment would have been the perfect news event for the cartel to piggy-back on and smash gold and silver further. The fact that silver is only down a few tens of cents and recovering actually offers [...]
According to Bix Weir we’re coming down to crunch time. The end is nigh and the Too Big To Fails will be failing right and left. Bix believes you need to divorce yourself from it as soon as possible or suffer the consequences. There’s no alternative because the United States owes [...]
caseyresearch.com / By Pete Kofod / April 19, 2013
The study of money is an ancient affair. Aristotle discusses it extensively, and the Books of Wisdom are filled with proverbial counsel on the matter. People spend time and effort accumulating money in hopes of establishing conditions for a better future. Because humans can paradoxically [...]
thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / April 18, 2013
Insight: Central bankers cast as superheroes with no script … Top central banks have slashed rates to zero, pumped in vast amounts of cash, helped orchestrate bailouts and fired their “big bazookas”: buying trillions of dollars of government bonds to calm markets and spur lending [...]
peakprosperity.com / By Chris Martenson / April 17, 2013
Can the price remain this low with tightening supply?
With the financial experts claiming, some gleefully, that gold has “lost its safe haven status” in the aftermath of its biggest tumble in 30 years, many commentators thought (hoped?) that the dramatic price drop would steer [...]
news.goldseek.com / By Keith Weiner / April 18, 2013
It has been an increasingly brutal ride for gold and silver, beginning around late March and accelerating through April. The gold price was over $1600 and on Monday April 15, it fell below $1350, a loss of $250. Silver did even worse, falling from $29 to [...]
Today one of the wealthiest people in the financial world told King World News what he is doing right now with his own personal money in the aftermath of the gold and silver smash. Rick Rule, who is business partners with billionaire Eric Sprott and the CEO [...]
thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / April 15, 2013
Big money flowing into stock, bond funds … Go with the flow: Investors added a record amount of cash to mutual funds in the first quarter. Stock and bond funds attracted a combined $193 billion, industry consultant Strategic Insight said. That tops the previous record [...]
Bitcoin’s ‘anything goes’ nature has made it a target for hackers, who quickly learned to steal the virtual money. But William Mook, an entrepreneur who tracks bitcoin markets, says the actual damage is being exaggerated.
arabianmoney.net / By Peter Cooper / April 10, 2013
Silver has bounced off the bottom of its recent trading range. The shiniest of metals has surged nine per cent in price to $28 an ounce since the Bank of Japan announced its $1.4 trillion a year money printing program last week. But silver prices will [...]
Bitcoin has been all the rage lately. The stuff, or lack thereof, runs on peer-to-peer technology, is fully decentralized, has no patents, and is open source. Currently, there are almost 11 million bitcoin units in existence and the maximum amount of bitcoin units that will ever [...]
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Ray Blanc / April 8, 2013
The breakout headliner issue in 1978 was ‘Tax Revolt’. A Time Magazine cover showed Howard Jarvis shaking his fist under that headline. Proposition 13 time. Then? The Tax Revolt went, as we would now say, viral. Citizen discontent — and political activism — against high tax [...]
“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