Deflation, Inflation Both Inevitable Outcome of Fed Actions

Deflation or inflation? Which lies ahead seems to be the question, as the Federal Reserve Bank continues to inflate, adding to the currency supply at a pace of $85 billion each month. But after blowing a huge bubble, isn’t it eventually liable to pop, deflating? As Mark Jeftovic wrote at Wealth.net, “most people think that prices slowly, […]

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MUST READ! – The UNTAPER and Ponzi finance

The funding of moral and fiscal insolvency continues to BARRELL along.  The whole developed world is INSOLVENT and the public just muddles along as the bagman for the behavior of the very people they have placed their trust and futures in.  The vast majority of the world has bought hook line and sinker the thought […]

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Traders Are Greatly Rotating From USD To Gold

It would appear that between the fears of a government shutdown and the battle over the ‘full faith and credit’ of the US, traders have decided that the stroke-of-midnight agreement is potentially less viable this time as both parties feel the other has more to lose. The USD is being sold against all majors and […]

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Disastrous Error Has Increased The Risk Of A Major Collapse

“In the aftermath of some chaotic trading this past week in global markets, today Canadian legend John Ing warned that a disastrous error has dramatically increased the risk of a major collapse.  Ing, who has been in the business for 43 years, also discussed the ongoing war in gold and what King World News readers […]

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Consumer Sentiment Plunges To 5-Month Lows; Biggest Miss Of 2013

“Following the flash print’s record miss [14], today’s UMich consumer confidence came in below expectations (that had been cranked down from 81.9 to 78.0). At 77.5, it was the first miss in 2013 and the lowest print since April and the largest 2-month decline in 2013. This is the first consecutive monthly drop in 14 […]

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ALBERT EDWARDS: The Fed Is Inflating A Housing Bubble To Hide A Destabilizing Economic Problem

“Albert Edwards, the skeptical strategist at Societe Generale, has a lengthy note discussing America’s inequality problem. In 10-pages, he cites the works of numerous economists including Joseph Stiglitz and points to the concerns of the wealthy and influential like Warren Buffett, Bill Gross, and Stanley Druckenmiller.”   Continue reading on businessinsider.com

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Seeds of Change Growing

“With the Fed stating that it’ll wait before cutting back on its quantitative easing (QE), it again rattled investors, raising many questions…  Memories of 2007-08 resurfaced.  As you’ll remember, the credit bubble burst, resulting in the collapse of Lehman Brothers and a severe crisis, which took the economy to the brink of a depression.”   […]

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Gold Analysts Bullish Due To Money Creation On Scale Never Seen In History

“Today’s AM fix was USD 1,321.50, EUR 978.45 and GBP 822.03 per ounce. Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,332.50, EUR 987.92 and GBP 830.22 per ounce Gold slid $9.40 or 0.7% yesterday, closing at $1,323.70/oz. Silver fell $0.06 or 0.28%, closing at $21.70. Platinum dropped $21.70 or 1.5% to $1,404.50/oz, while palladium slipped $1.75 or […]

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Looting the Pension Funds

“In the final months of 2011, almost two years before the city of Detroit would shock America by declaring bankruptcy in the face of what it claimed were insurmountable pension costs, the state of Rhode Island took bold action to avert what it called its own looming pension crisis. Led by its newly elected treasurer, […]

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Soros Adviser Turned Lawmaker Sees Crisis by 2020: Japan Credit

“Takeshi Fujimaki, a former adviser to billionaire George Soros and now a member of Japan’s upper house of parliament, said a fiscal crisis in Asia’s second-biggest economy is inevitable and neither a higher sales tax nor the 2020 Olympics will be able to stop it. “I decided to become a politician because I think financial […]

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