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1 in 3 Americans on Verge of Financial Ruin

By Catey Hill The rich keep getting richer. The rest of us aren’t so lucky. According to a survey released Monday by Bankrate.com of more than 1,000 adults, 37% of Americans have credit card debt that equals or exceeds their emergency savings. “These numbers mean that three out of every eight Americans are teetering on the edge of financial disaster” — thanks to the fact that many of[...]

Alan Greenspan Warns: There Will Be a “Significant Market Event… Something Big Is Going To Happen”

Mac Slavo February 22nd, 2015 SHTFplan.com With the Federal Reserve printing trillions upon trillions of dollars to keep the economic system afloat, many investors and financial pundits have surmised that the fundamental economic problems facing the United States during the crash of 2008 have been resolved. Stocks are, after all, at historic highs. But the insiders know different. And if[...]

Why Gold is a Better Bet than Oil – Especially for the Next 5 Years – MarketWatch

By Cody Willard I've been saying for a while now that I don't see any reason to try to game a bottom, or any type of trade for that matter, in oil/energy. We've made a lot of money and avoided a lot of heartache over the years sticking with our strategies. Unless oil drops to like, say, $20 a barrel and there's a wave of bankruptcies in the sector where we could go in and buy the survivors, I'm [...]

If Everything Is So ‘Awesome’, Why The Alarms Over A Rate Hike Of 25 bps?

by Wall Street Journal • February 18, 2015 By OMID MALEKAN at The Wall Street Journal Imagine you have a serious illness and have been taking medication that was supposed to cure you long ago. After being on the maximum dosage for years you start to feel better, so you ask your doctor if you could roll back the dosage, ever so slightly, to alleviate some of the side effects. He says that[...]

Why The Price Of Oil Is More Likely To Fall To $20 Rather Than Rise To $80

By Michael Snyder, on February 15th, 2015 This is just the beginning of the oil crisis. Over the past couple of weeks, the price of U.S. oil has rallied back above 50 dollars a barrel. In fact, as I write this, it is sitting at $52.93. But this rally will not last. In fact, analysts at the big banks are warning that we could soon see U.S. oil hit the $20 mark. The reason for this is that the[...]

The Shock Doctrine: When Order Trumps Personal Freedom

by James Rickards One of the most influential books among global power elites in the past 10 years is Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, by Naomi Klein, published in 2007. The shock doctrine is an essential concept for understanding how power elites such as central bankers, finance ministers and the ultra-rich work behind the scenes to advance their agendas. It’s also how[...]

Richard Russell Warns Global Crisis To Get Worse – Sell All Stocks And Buy Gold & Silver

As the world continues to digest breaking news out of Greece, today the Godfather of newsletter writers, 90-year old Richard Russell, warned that the global crisis will get even worse, so investors need to dump all common stocks and buy gold and silver. Russell also discussed why even tougher times are still ahead for the world. Richard Russell: “I had expected an upside blow-off to occur,[...]

The Dollar Will Die with a Whimper, Not a Bang – James Rickards

The same force that made the dollar the world’s reserve currency is working to dethrone it. July 22, 1944, marked the official conclusion of the Bretton Woods Conference in New Hampshire. There, 730 delegates from 44 nations met at the Mount Washington Hotel in the final days of the Second World War to devise a new international monetary system. The delegates there were acutely aware that the [...]

Big Bang is Clearly in Play – Dominoes Starting to Fall in Debt Markets

by Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics Just in case if you have not seen this, Big Bang is clearly in play. The dominoes are starting to fall! Obviously, bearish for the Euro broader-term, but will be interesting to see how the peripheral debt trades tomorrow. The ECB Press release emerged on a waiver of collateral regarding Greek Bonds. The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) [...]

Fed President Drops a Bombshell Yesterday: Fed Removed QE3 Too Soon

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens Wall Street on Parade The monetary policy arm of the U.S. central bank, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), is getting hammered this week. On Monday, two researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco chastised the FOMC for effectively wearing rose-colored glasses since 2007 and getting the rate of economic growth mostly dead wrong. (More on that[...]

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