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1 out of 4 college adjunct faculty collecting government assistance: Students in debt and professors barely getting by all the while tuition soars.

mybudget360.com / by mybudget360 / April 16, 2015

The student debt crisis continues to move across the nation’s landscape like an unrelenting storm. The stories of economic pain are growing involving students but what about adjunct professors? For those of you that are unfamiliar, adjunct professors are like contract teachers at many colleges. Many carry […]

Hoisington Quarterly Review and Outlook – First Quarter 2015

mauldineconomics.com / JOHN MAULDIN / APRIL 17, 2015

I think it was almost two years ago that I was in Cyprus. Cyprus had just come through its crisis and was still in shell shock. I was there to get a feel for what it was like, and a number of my readers had courteously arranged […]

Greek Bonds Tumble On News IMF Rejected “Unofficial” Greek Request To Delay Payment

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/16/2015 08:18 -0400

On Wednesday, reports out of Germany indicated that Berlin was drawing up plans to keep the Greek banking sector from crumbling in the event Athens missed one or more of its upcoming payments to the IMF (i.e. in case Greece defaults). Yesterday evening, we went on […]

WHERE DO PRECIOUS METALS GO FROM HERE?

dollarvigilante.com / Ed Bugos / April 16th, 2015

I urge you to consider my arguments for investing in gold and silver, and the miners that extract it.

I am holding on to my post 2008 forecast for gold reaching $3-5k per ounce by 2017 (and silver reaching $100) because the world’s largest governments continue their […]

Goldman Reports Best Quarter In Four Years, “Average” Employee Paid $381,948

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/16/2015 08:04 -0400

The one TBTF “bank” which unabashedly admits it is just a taxpayer backstopped hedge fund printing money for its owners (while supervising the NY Fed and all other central banks with various former employees in charge) with no actual lending or depository operations, Goldman Sachs, just […]

The Black Swan Your Broker Won’t Tell You About

gainspainscapital.com / by The Phoenix / April 15, 2015

The US Dollar as we know it, derives its value based on where it trades against a basket of other currencies. Some 56% of this basket is comprised of Euros. Because of this, moves in the Dollar and the Euro tend to be closely correlated.

So, […]

Greek Bonds Tumble, Yield Highest In 2 Years On Report Germany Prepares For Greek Default

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/15/2015 08:18 -0400

When everyone begins to draw up the contingency plans you know the end may well be nigh.

Just two days ago FT reported that the Greek government — which has reportedly resorted to “acting like a taxi driver” when it comes to asking for money from […]

The Fed Has Bet the Financial System on Misguided Theories

gainspainscapital.com / by The Phoenix / April 13, 2015

The Fed has bet the financial system on academic theories, that upon close inspection defy even basic common sense.

One could easily write a multi-volume set of books on the Fed’s mistakes. However, in its simplest rending, the biggest flaw in the Fed’s models pertains […]

The Changing World of Work 2: Financialization = Insecurity

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2015

Promises of wealth and security are far more contingent than is being advertised.

The Millennial Generation, if we’re to believe various polls, aspires to either make boatloads of money on Wall Street, or secure a can’t-be-fired job in the government. Given the dominance of finance […]

Futures Slump As Asian Stock Bubble Calls A Timeout

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/14/2015 06:59 -0400

Judging by the recent action in equity futures, the continuously rangebound US market since the end of QE may be entering its latest downphase, catalyzed to a big extent by the recent strength in the JPY (the EURJPY traded down to 2 year lows […]

Why the American Dream is Becoming an Illusion

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / April 10, 2015

First-time homebuyers, the bedrock of a healthy sustainable housing market, are still largely missing in action. In February, they accounted for 29% of all homebuyers. But in the long-term data going back to 1981, according to the NAR, first-time buyers accounted for 40% of all purchases. […]

Today’s Money Regimes Are Doomed To Failure

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / THURSDAY, APRIL 09, 2015

Centrally issued money centralizes wealth and generates systemic inequality.

A Thought Experiment on Money

Let’s imagine a small mountain kingdom with only ten very scarce and thus highly valued seashells in circulation. These few shells are certainly valuable in terms of scarcity, but there […]

“Income Tax Is Government Theft” and IRS Is a Lawless Thief

shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / April 9th, 2015

Yes, it is once again tax time.

Chances are there have been a few grumblings this time a year in your home or one nearby concerning everyone’s favorite villain – the IRS.

From the missing emails of Lois Lerner and using the tax system to target Tea […]

How Easy Money Drives the Stock Market

mises.org / Frank Shostak / APRIL 9, 2015

In a market economy a major service that money provides is that of the medium of exchange. Producers exchange their goods for money and then exchange money for other goods.

As production of goods and services increase this results in a greater demand for the services […]

Economists in Glass Houses

mauldineconomics.com / BY JOHN MAULDIN / APRIL 7, 2015

For many economists, the chicken and egg question is, which came first, consumption or production? What drives growth? Let’s continue with our series on debt, in which I have been contrasting my views with those of Paul Krugman.

Our differences aside, what Paul and I readily […]

Guest Post: Spelling Out The Big Reset

bullionstar.com / by LK in Hong Kong / 7 Apr 2015

As economies age, debt builds up. Advanced economies – those with the highest borrowing ratings by the reputable agencies they developed – have it clogging up inside all their arteries. The Big Reset will finally become inevitable, as has been acknowledged by the IMF […]

A billion dollars disappears from little Moldova’s banking system

gata.org / By Mihaela Rodina / Wednesday, April 8, 2015

CHISINAU, Moldova — A billion dollars is a lot for Europe’s poorest state of Moldova — particularly when it disappears.

Anti-corruption prosecutors and American auditors have been searching the books for clues about the mysterious transactions, an embarrassment for the ex-Soviet state on track […]

Junk Bonds & Possibly Toxic CLOs Sell at Record Pace, Investors Hit with “Dismal” Returns

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / April 6, 2015

Investors are still lusting after yield, any kind of visible yield, as long as it is positive, no matter what the risks, and they’re throwing record amounts of money even at junk-rated companies.

Nevertheless, stung by a series of bankruptcies and defaults, investors are now […]

Russia To Offer Greece New Loans, Gas Price Discount

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 04/07/2015 08:07 -0400

While Greece spent Easter weekend (not Orthodox Easter that is) assuring the IMF (the “institution”, not the critical third member of the Troika that shall not be named) that the €450 million payment due to Christine Lagarde’s “institution” will be made despite Greece officially (rather […]

Another Definition of Deflation: Antal Fekete Defines Deflation as a “Pathological Slowing in the Velocity of Money”

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Tuesday, April 07, 2015 1:05 AM

In an interview with the Daily Bell that just came my way, Antal Fekete writes about Blowing Up Modern Austrian Economics … in a Good Way.

Background on Velocity

To understand the interview discussion, one must first understand velocity. I discussed […]