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After Slamming Bitcoin As A Money Laundering Tool, JPMorgan Busted For Money Laundering

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zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 17, 2017

Score one for the poetic irony pages.

Two months after JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon lashed out at bitcoin, calling it a “fraud” which is “worse than tulip bulbs, warning it won’t end well”, will “blow up” and “someone is […]

Ethereum Cryptocurrency – Almost $400 Million Vanishes

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armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 17, 2017

Thanks to a string of screw-ups and bugs, an unsuspecting developer recently took possession of an estimated $US390 million worth of the Ethereum cryptocurrency by accident. In an attempt to give back the money, however, the guy ended up […]

A Major Central Bank Just Announced That Your Money Is Not Safe In a Bank

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gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / November 15, 2017

Something extraordinary happened yesterday.

And no one is talking about it.

The ECB proposed removing “deposit insurance” for bank deposits. Put another way, the ECB wants to make it so that if an EU bank fails, the individuals who keep […]

Japan’s Plea To Millennials: Please Buy Stocks

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 14, 2017

Ever since the Federal Reserve first got into the business of blowing massive equity bubbles back in the 1980’s, Americans have shown a willingness to happily, if ignorantly, embrace each successive iteration to the rigged market. Of course, as E-Trade recently confirmed via the following […]

Mideast Turmoil: Follow the Oil, Follow the Money

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2017

In this scenario, time is running out for Saudi Arabia’s free-spending royalty and state– and for all the other free-spending oil exporters.

While there are numerous dynamics at work in the turmoil roiling Saudi Arabia and by extension, the Mideast, one way to cut […]

My Conviction in Gold Royalty Companies and Bitcoin

news.goldseek.com / By Frank Holmes / Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Some of you reading this might already be familiar with the “Parable of the Talents,” but it’s worth a brief retelling. The story, which appears in the gospels of Matthew and Mark, involves a master who entrusts three servants with some of his “talents,” or […]

Stockman: US Entry Into World War I Was A Disaster

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 13, 2017

103 years ago, in 1914, the Federal Reserve opened-up for business as the carnage in northern France was getting under way.

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And it brought to a close the prior magnificent half-century era of liberal internationalism and honest gold-backed money.

The Great War was […]

Cryptos may destabilise fiat

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / November 09, 2017

The assumption in some quarters is that crypto-currencies will replace gold as money, or at least challenge it. This is an error borne out of a misunderstanding of catallactics, or the theory of exchange. It also ignores the fact that beyond a few European countries […]

The Quantity versus the Austrian Theory of Money

news.goldseek.com / By Steve Saville / Thursday, 9 November 2017

The Quantity Theory of Money (QTM) has been around since the time of Copernicus (the 1500s). In its original and most basic form it held that the general price level would change in direct proportion to the change in the supply of money, […]

Turmoil in Middle East

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 9, 2017

We have a lot of turmoil going on in Saudi Arabia. There has been the arrest of various princes and people who have been allegedly squandering money. We have the prospect of selling off the oil giant ARAMCO. We have had the ostracization of Qatar […]

Too Safe to Fail: Implied Default Rate for European Junk Bond is Negative 1.1%

themaven.net / by Mike Mish Shedlock / November 9, 2017

Apparently, European junk bonds are too safe to fail. Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Thomas Lee says the market-implied default rate for a European junk bond sits at a negative 1.1%.

Please consider Investors Price European Junk Debt as Too Safe to Fail, Thanks to Funky […]

Iran & War

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 9, 2017

Iran has a very rich history that lends itself to tremendous insight into the long-term future of the Middle East. It was Cyrus the Great who conquered Lydia which was the birthplace of money issued by the state. The Persians adopted the practice and then […]

Toy Story: How Wall Street Tries to Play You for a Fool

suremoneyinvestor.com / LEE ADLER / November 7, 2017

Today, I have a toy story for you.

It isn’t a story about toys. Well, it is, but that part is tangential. This is a story about how Wall Street toys with you. And I use the term loosely. Because Wall Street is playing with your […]

How Can a Company Once Worth $30B Lose $443M on Just $208M in Revenues? Here’s How

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Nov 7, 2017

This is where hype (and money) goes to die.

Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, reported late Tuesday that its revenues in the third quarter rose 62% from a year ago, to $208 million, while its net loss more than tripled to $443 […]

The World’s Biggest Bubbles

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 7, 2017

We recently discussed (see here) Alberto Gallo’s (portfolio manager of Algebris Macro Credit Fund) shot at the $64,000 (more like trillion) question in his report “The Central Bank Bubble: How Will It Burst?”.

As we said at the time, one of our favourite parts of […]

Healthcare Spending Now Accounts For Almost One-Fifth Of The Entire U.S. Economy

endoftheamericandream.com / by Michael Snyder / November 7, 2017

Everybody agrees that healthcare costs are way too high. Back in 1960, healthcare spending accounted for approximately 5 percent of GDP, and by 2020 it is being projected that healthcare spending will account for 20 percent of GDP. And when you break those numbers down […]

The plan comes together?

milesfranklin.com / by Bill Holter / Nov 6, 2017

My original thought was to write further about the left turning on and eating each other. The volume of news, “who” and the timing seemed to indicate something very big coming down. However, another story broke out of the blue this morning from Saudi Arabia that […]

The Federal Reserve Has Just Given Financial Markets The Greatest Sell Signal In Modern American History

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / November 5th, 2017

Why have stock prices risen so dramatically since the last financial crisis? There are certainly many factors involved, but the primary one is the fact that the Federal Reserve has been creating trillions of dollars out of thin air and has been injecting all of […]

Ferguson Riots Have Another Face – Police Raise 23% of Revenue in Fines

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 6, 2017

The town of Ferguson made headlines as riots appeared. Who will not forget the police with military gear acting like an invading army. Many supported the police and much of the Black Lives Matter movement began there. The story nobody wanted to tell was that […]

Earn More On Your Cash Savings (With Less Risk)

peakprosperity.com / by Adam Taggart / Friday, November 3, 2017

Back in my June report Less Than Zero: How The Fed Killed Saving, I explained how the Federal Reserve’s policy of holding interest rates at record lows has decimated savers. Those who simply want to park money somewhere “safe” can’t do so without losing […]

All Of The World’s Money And Markets In One Visualization

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 3, 2017

Millions, billions, and trillions…

When we talk about the giant size of Apple, the fortune of Warren Buffett, or the massive amount of global debt accumulated – all of these things sound large, but they are actually extremely different in magnitude.

That’s why, as Visual […]

Team Bernie Chimes In: “DNC Corruption Is Bigger Than One Primary”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 2, 2017

Former interim DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile confirmed what many widely suspected in an essay published in Politico today where she called out former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for unfairly rigging the 2016 primary against Bernie Sanders.

In […]

Gold, Goldmoney and Menē

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / November 01, 2017

Gold, ornamentation and money: that was the sequence of events. Man discovered gold, found it malleable, durable and attractive. It was first used for ornamentation, then as social economics evolved into the division of labour, its value as ornamentation and its physical properties made it […]

Multi-Billionaire Hugo Salinas Price – There Will Be Total, Absolute Breakdown In The World

kingworldnews.com / November 01, 2017

Multi-billionaire Hugo Salinas Price just warned there will be total, absolute breakdown of conditions in the world.

“Silver may have been strong due to fears about silver “warrants,” as today the nickel market was up about 10% due to a report (by Bloomberg) of an $80 million loss suffered […]

Can Gradual Interest-Rate Tightening Prevent a Bust?

mises.org / Frank Shostak / November 2, 2017

Fed policy makers are of the view that if there is the need to tighten the interest rate stance the tightening should be gradual as to not destabilize the economy.

The gradual approach gives individuals plenty of time to adjust to the tighter monetary stance. This […]