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thetrader's picture

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George Washington's picture

Will a "Super Congress" Gut the Constitution - Just Like the Federal Reserve?

Federal Reserve The Founding Fathers' vision of prosperity has been destroyed - and we've gone from the "wealth of nations" to the "debt of nations" - at least in part because our political system has been subverted by non-Constitutional committees and entities. The Fed has admitted that its banks are  private institutions. Now, it's the "Super Congress" ...


Leo Kolivakis's picture

PSP Investments Up 14.5% in FY 2011

The Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments) announced that it recorded an investment return of 14.5% for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011 (fiscal year 2011)....


desihedge's picture

JULY 2011 – MAJOR MARKETS (DOW, S&P, GOLD, OIL) Analysis

Since last update in March 2011, quite a lot has happened. The global news empire is in trouble, Euro zone problems escalated, US Debt ceiling issues are still on the table and generally the earnings have surprised on the upside. With all of these grey swans and uncertainty, the markets have responded quite well to the price levels charted earlier in March 2011 issue. Regardless of how the news on TV may appear to be, market sentiment is not at extremes, as can be seen via AAII sentiment readings.


williambanzai7's picture

DeBT CeiLiNG MaYHeM

Debt Ceiling It doesn’t matter what terms the President offers. It’s that simple. Boehner can’t deliver the votes...That's why Boehner is always crying--Alan Grayson


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Graham Summers’ Weekly Market Forecast (the Truth About Europe Edition)

Given the ridiculous number of rumors (and ridiculousness of some of the rumors) related to the US and EU debt talks that are circling the financial community, I thought it best that we confront the realities these two economies face. 


Reggie Middleton's picture

Greece Is Fulfilling Our Predictions Of Default Precisely As Predicted Well Over A Year Ago - Yet EU States Are Still Unprepared

default Greece You know, it's downright frightening how clearly this was able to be anticipated well over a year ago, yet it appears as if the EU politicking behind the bailout bonanza STILL leads down the road to perdition.


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MERS, GMAC, Stephan, US Bank, Fraudclosure | Supreme Court AFFIRMS Homeowners VICTORY in U.S. Bank N.A., v. Christine Kimball

GMAC "While we are sympathetic to the desire to avoid wasteful and duplicative litigation, the source of the unnecessary proceedings in this case was not an overly wooden application of the rules, but US Bank's failure to abide by them."


rcwhalen's picture

Mike Pento: Debt Ceiling Misconception and Deception

Debt Ceiling The debt ceiling debate that has dominated the headlines over the past month has been thoroughly infused with a string of unfortunate misconceptions and a number of blatant deceptions. As a result, the entire process has been mostly hot air. While a recitation of all the errors would be better attempted by a novelist rather than a weekly columnist, I’ll offer my short list. 


EconMatters's picture

2 Million 99ers Scream Hard Recovery for The Jobless

recovery The The more disturbing jobs numbers are coming from the long-term unemployment.  A year after the official end of the recession, more than two million Americans have been out of work for 99 weeks or longer.  Some call the long-term unemployment the newest form of workforce discrimination as employers tend to favor job candidates already have a job.  


George Washington's picture

"DC Is a Big Bag of Suck That Couldn't Solve a Rubik's Cube If It Were All One Color"

I guess it shouldn't be surprising that Congress isn't succeeding in helping the American people, given that most politicians: (1) Think like pimps; (2) Live in an entirely different world from the rest of us; and (3) Actually share personality traits with serial murderers ...


ilene's picture

Deadlocked

Considering how enormous the U.S. debt load currently is (roughly $14.5 Tn), higher interest rates would add a crippling burden to an already high burden.


Leo Kolivakis's picture

Are You Putting Yourself First?

Are you putting yourself first? If not , read this and share some stock recommendations with your fellow ZH members...


Bruce Krasting's picture

Inflation “Bend” points

I crunch inflation numbers. It doesn't work.


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