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Month: October 2014

How The Federal Reserve Is Purposely Attacking Savers

by Chris Martenson There's something we 'regular' citizens wrestle with that the elites never seem to: a sense of moral duty. For example, following the collapse of the housing bubble, many people struggled with mortgages they could no longer afford to pay, fearing the shame of default. Many believed defaulting was wrong somehow; that it was their moral obligation to pay their mortgages, no[...]

Terrifying Chart Predicts Gold Spike & Meltdown For Markets

Today King World News interviewed a 60-year market veteran who made some absolutely fascinating predictions as we head into the end of 2014. He discussed what to expect in the major markets, including stocks, gold, and silver. Rosen also included an astonishing chart which predicts a gold spike as well as disaster for the global markets. Below is six-decade market veteran Ron Rosen’s remarkable [...]

Study: Wealth Disparity Greater Than Anytime Since 1929

Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014 07:00 AM By Michael Kling Wealth inequality is greater than anytime since 1929, new research from Emmanuel Saez of the University of California, Berkeley, and Gabriel Zucman of the London School of Economics reveals. "The share of wealth held by the top 0.1 percent of families is now almost as high as in the late 1920s, when 'The Great Gatsby' defined an era that rested on [...]

The GLD Trust Is Being Drained – You Were Warned About Counterparty Risk!

by David Kranzler Investment Research Dynamics It’s a matter of “trust.” How much do you trust GLD’s vault custodian, HSBC? Has HSBC given us any reason to place trust in both its financial reporting and the way it operates? HSBC has been already been nailed for rigging LIBOR and the LBMA gold fix. [...] I wonder how many of those bars shown in the picture do not belong in the GLD[...]

CNNMoney: Many Baby Boomers May Be Over Weight in Stocks

Tuesday, 21 Oct 2014 07:40 AM By Dan Weil A rule of thumb has it that the percentage of your portfolio devoted to bonds should equal your age. But many baby boomers are drifting far from that formula. In the 60-to-65 age bracket, 30 percent have placed almost all of their savings in stocks, and 52 percent allocate more than 70 percent of their portfolio to equities, according to an analysis of[...]

Why the Fed Will Continue to Print Money in 2015

by James Rickards - Posted Oct 20, 2014 Editor’s. Note: On Oct. 6, 2014, Jim Rickards was interviewed by Bloomberg TV for his thoughts on gold, currency manipulation and the overall strength of the global economy. You can read the transcript below…   Bloomberg TV: I wonder, Jim, how you… First your reaction to that statement that the economy is stable… at least relatively. Are [...]

19 Very Surprising Facts About The Messed Up State Of The U.S. Economy

By Michael Snyder, on October 20th, 2014 Barack Obama and the Federal Reserve are lying to you. The "economic recovery" that we all keep hearing about is mostly just a mirage. The percentage of Americans that are employed has barely budged since the depths of the last recession, the labor force participation rate is at a 36 year low, the overall rate of homeownership is the lowest that it has[...]

What NCR just Said about the American Retail Quagmire – And What it Also Means for Commercial Real Estate

by Wolf Richter Wolf Street When NCR announced its preliminary and disappointing third quarter results today, it lowered its guidance for the rest of 2014. Its stock got knocked into a breathtaking 21% plunge. While at it, NCR revealed to just what extent brick-and-mortar retailers were sinking into a quagmire. The maker of, among other things, point-of-sale devices for the retail industry[...]

How The Federal Reserve Is Purposely Attacking Savers

But bungling badly as it does by Chris Martenson Chris Martenson’s Peak Prosperity There’s something we ‘regular’ citizens wrestle with that the elites never seem to: a sense of moral duty. For example, following the collapse of the housing bubble, many people struggled with mortgages they could no longer afford to pay, fearing the shame of default. Many believed defaulting was wrong[...]

The Canary In Big Blue’s Mainframe: Why IBM’s Q3 Bust Marks A Turning Point

by David Stockman David Stockman’s Contra Corner IBM has long been a poster boy for the untoward effects of central bank financial repression. For most of this century the once and faded king of tech has been in a modality of slow liquidation, leveraging up its balance sheet with cheap debt to fund stock buybacks, dividends and accounting-driven two-bit M&A deals. This morning that[...]

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