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Fund Manager Warns Another Banking Crisis May Be Imminent- “Something Nasty is Going on Behind the Scenes”

Something nasty is going on behind the scenes in the financial system that is not yet apparent. Treasury futures opened in the early evening and the 10-yr traded down to 2.25%. Something has the market incredibly spooked and I find it interesting that the U.S. Treasury Secretary and the UK’s equivalent will be running a big bank fail simulation test next week. The movement in 10-yr Treasury[...]

World Economy So Damaged it May Need Permanent QE

Markets are realising that the five-and-a-half year recovery since the financial crisis may already be over, says Ambrose Evans-Pritchard by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Telegraph.co.uk Combined tightening by the United States and China has done its worst. Global liquidity is evaporating. What looked liked a gentle tap on the brakes by the two monetary superpowers has proved too much for a fragile[...]

9 Ominous Signals Coming From The Financial Markets That We Have Not Seen In Years

By Michael Snyder, on October 14th, 2014 Is the stock market about to crash? Hopefully not, and there definitely have been quite a few "false alarms" over the past few years. But without a doubt we have been living through one of the greatest financial bubbles in U.S. history, and the markets are absolutely primed for a full-blown crash. That doesn't mean that one will happen now, but we are[...]

A Win-Win Scenario for Gold Investors – Their Time Has Come

Volatility and price drops may be nerve wracking, but the bull market in gold is far from over. In fact, it has barely begun. To understand why, it helps to look at two prior episodes in the relationship of gold and money that are most relevant to today. These episodes were a period of extreme deflation, the 1930s, and a period of extreme inflation, the 1970s. History shows that gold does well[...]

Wall Street’s Dohmen: The ‘Specter’ of Global Recession Is Very Real

By Melissa Clyne The world economy is headed into a recession but “naïve money managers” and others seem to be oblivious about what’s happening, financial expert Bert Dohmen said Friday on Newsmax TV's “America’s Forum.” He also discussed the turmoil in the markets after the Dow’s Thursday drop of more than 300 points as well as the effect of the Ebola crisis on the global[...]

Serious Financial Trouble Is Erupting In Germany And Japan – Stage Being Set for Next Global Crisis

By Michael Snyder There are some who believe that the next great financial crash will not begin in the United States. Instead, they are convinced that a financial crisis that begins in Europe or in Japan (or both) will end up spreading across the globe and take down the U.S. too. Time will tell if they are ultimately correct, but even now there are signs that financial trouble is already[...]

One World, One Bank, One Currency – Key to When the Gold Price Takes Off

“The government is very good at making things overly complicated for the purpose of obscuring what’s really going on from the public,” observed hedge fund manager Erik Townsend during our interview in May. He was making a point about the 2008 bailouts. The Federal Reserve played a leading role, applying trillions in paper-clip and rubber-band solutions. The Fed’s balance sheet swelled[...]

Author James Rickards: Global Economy Is in ‘Indefinite Depression’

By Dan Weil It wouldn't be fair to call ace money manager James Rickards an optimist about the global economy. "We are in a depression. This is a global depression," the author of "The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System" told RT news service. "It started in 2007, and it is going to continue indefinitely. Depressions are structural, monetary solutions are[...]

Census Bureau: Household Income Continues to Stagnate Under Obama’s Watch

Household Incomes Nearly Flat in 2013, While Poverty Dips Slightly The share of Americans living in poverty fell last year for the first time since 2006, a sign an improving economy was finally trickling down to the country's least fortunate households. Still, the figures from the Census Bureau on Tuesday also showed the average person's income was essentially flat in 2013 when taking into[...]

Dow 17,000 is on the wrong side of history – MarketWatch

David Weidner's Writing on the Wall - July 8, 2014, 6:16 a.m. EDT Opinion: Since 1929, stock-market rallies have had things in common that this one doesn’t SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Today’s bull market is the fourth biggest since the 1929 crash after stocks have nearly tripled since the financial-crisis low set in early 2009. But more than any modern bull market, this one stands[...]

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