Contributing Editors' Blog Entries

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

In a System Based On Lies Why Would You Believe the Numbers?

We have a debt problem. And according to our elected leaders, the way to address that debt problem is to fight over some $30 billion in spending at the exact same time that unelected leaders (the Fed) are printing three times that amount (at least that we know of) to buy MORE US debt.


williambanzai7's picture

HaWaii 5-OBAMA: SoMeONe PLeaSe DeLiVeR THiS To "THE DONALD" (With IMPoRTaNT NeW DoCuMeNTS)

FYI: Obama's document of origin verified and securitized by Banzai7 Operatives...Aloha!


williambanzai7's picture

THe SToRY oF PRiNCe BoNEHeaD aND CiNDeRBaMa

Once upon a time there was a deficit, a big ass deficit. You know, the kind that you can whack with a car antenna!


Bruce Krasting's picture

On those Inflation Numbers

I can spin this any way you want. So can Bernanke.


Leo Kolivakis's picture

Pension Ruling to Complicate Insolvency Proceedings?

Will this ruling jeopardize Canada's credit markets?


Michael Victory's picture

The answer is Gold.

Just another account of why the time for sound money is upon us.


williambanzai7's picture

ANother Day aNoTHeR "UNuSuaL EVeNT"...

I don't know about you, every day one of the first items in my routine is to google the words "unusual event."


RickAckerman's picture

Let's Think This Through Together

Discussion prompted by my recent commentary on hyperinflation continues to evolve and may yet enlighten us sufficiently to produce some useful conclusions about the banking system's looming endgame. Hyperinflation, or deflation? At this point, I'll concede that it could be either that brings us to economic ruin. But I will nonetheless argue in a forthcoming essay that the dollar could collapse without triggering a hyperinflation.


Smart Money Europe's picture

Despite Gold and Silver Reaching Records...

“Gold has gone up too fast too far” “Silver is in a bubble” We are starting to see more and more of these warning statements in the past couple of days. But sentiment and underlying indicators don’t point at major positivism in the segment at all, on the contrary, investors are still wary of this asset class.


Leo Kolivakis's picture

More on Companies Fleeing DB Pensions

Some more thoughts on companies fleeing defined benefit plans...


MoneyMcbags's picture

Budget? We Don’t Need No Stinking Budget

The market stumbled a bit on Thursday on news of a potential government shutdown (and politicians quibbling over a $40B budget difference is like...


George Washington's picture

Ongoing Cover Up of Nuclear Crisis By American and Japanese Governments and Companies

Crisis? What crisis? Nuclear power is TOTALLY safe!


Econophile's picture

What Is Happening In The CMBS Market And Why Is It Relevant To Recovery?

recovery The CMBS market gives us an inside look at the credit quality of many CRE loans which are the key to recovery. This article tells you why it's important.


williambanzai7's picture

BaNZai7 DuFFs THe MaSTeRS

Got me them Quadruple Bogey blues...


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