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2014: The Year Propaganda Came Of Age

From just about as early in my life as I can remember, growing up as a child in Holland, there were stories about World War II, and not just about Anne Frank and the huge amounts of people who, like her, had been dragged off to camps in eastern Europe never to come back, but also about the thousand...
Blog 2014-12-27
The Keynesian End Game Crystalizes In Japan’s Monetary Madness

If the BOJ’s mad money printers were treated as monetary pariahs by the rest of the world, it would at least imply that a modicum of sanity remains on the planet . But just the opposite is the case. Establishment institutions like the IMF, the US treasury and the other major central banks urg...
Blog 2014-12-27
It's Official: America is Now No. 2

Chinese Economy overtake the U.S.'s to Become the Largest Hang on to your hats, America. And throw away that big, fat styrofoam finger while you’re about it. There’s no easy way to say this, so I’ll just say it: We’re no longer No. 1. Today, we’re No. 2. Yes, it’...
Blog 2014-12-05
Grossly Distorted Procedures: Mish Proposal to Raise GDP Calculation

Here's the question of the day: Does GDP stand for Gross Domestic Product or Grossly Distorted Procedures? One of the reasons I ask is the latest push by countries to include prostitution and drugs sales in GDP calculations. Italy : Cocaine Sales to Boost Italian GDP in Boon for Budget . USA : The ...
Blog 2014-09-26
The Size of the Derivatives Bubble Hanging Over the Global Economy Hits a Record High

The global derivatives bubble is now 20 percent bigger than it was just before the last great financial crisis struck in 2008. It is a financial bubble far larger than anything the world has ever seen, and when it finally bursts it is going to be a complete and utter nightmare for the financial sys...
Blog 2014-05-27
Watch Out for One Quiet Correction Signal

One important indicator is whispering that a market correction is on the horizon. If you pay close attention, you could avoid damaging losses–and potentially even ride out any downside move we get over the next few months… It all comes down to margin debt. April NYSE margin debt number...
Blog 2014-05-23
Here's What It Looks Like When Your Country's Economy Collapses

Argentina is a country re-entering crisis territory it knows too well. The country has defaulted on its sovereign debt three times in the past 32 years and looks poised to do so again soon. Its currency, the peso, devalued by more than 20% in January alone. Inflation is currently running at 25%. Ar...
Blog 2014-02-10
IMF paper warns of 'savings tax' and mass write-offs as West's debt hits 200-year high

Debt burdens in developed nations have become extreme by any historical measure and will require a wave of haircuts, warns IMF paper Much of the Western world will require defaults, a savings tax and higher inflation to clear the way for recovery as debt levels reach a 200-year high, according to a...
Blog 2014-01-03
Why the U.S. Fed's 100th Birthday Could Be Its Last

Peter Krauth writes: On December 23rd, the Federal Reserve will turn 100 years old. We can look back on its few successes... but its many failures far outweigh any positives it may have achieved. What's at stake now is the Fed's future. And it looks bleak. In fact, the Fed won't even exist in 100 y...
Blog 2013-12-05
Euro Pressure Going Critical

  The Draghi Dungeon is a worse predicament than the Bernanke Box! How could this possibly be a ‘Dungeon’ when the STOXX is going parabolic, the Current Account is surging and the Euro is strong? The answer lies in how this could all occur during six quarters of recession, historic...
Blog 2013-11-28
U.S. Hyperinflation and Cultural Insanity

by Jeff Nielson Hyperinflation is an insidious, economic killer . It inevitably (but insanely) creeps up on its Victims in plain sight, before decimating them with an always unexpected ambush. How can one of the most-obvious of all economic phenomena always end up as a “surprise”? Becau...
Blog 2013-10-29
The U.S. Dollar is in Trouble

Do a search for “U.S. Dollar is in Trouble” on Google and watch what comes up. 127 million hits.  From CNBC to Reuters, Rense to ZeroHedge, mainstream sites to unconventional sites alike you can clearly see the amount of rhetoric that is our there regarding the possibly of the US d...
Blog 2013-10-28
Peter Schiff on the New GDP Number Manipulation

Changing the Conversation Don Draper, Mad Men's master advertiser likes to say "when you don't like what they are saying, change the conversation."  When it comes to the current economic weakness, which was confirmed again today by the release of lower than expected GDP data, Washington would ...
Blog 2013-04-26
Currency Wars

The US$ is the world’s reserve currency and has been since the Bretton Woods agreement of July 1944. The purpose of the agreement was to regulate the international monetary system by setting up rules, institutions and procedures. It brought about the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the ...
Blog 2013-03-01

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