• GoldCore
    07/30/2014 - 18:58
    “But long term...and economic law says, if you keep printing a lot of paper money, the value of the dollar and currency will go down, and things and most prices will go up and indeed gold always goes...

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ilene's picture

Adam Smith critiques the Deficit Reduction Commission

If the shade of Adam Smith were to reappear today, he would be equally disturbed by the failure of the Bowles-Simpson commission to address the issue of war debts dealt.


George Washington's picture

Department of Justice "Crackdown" On Wall Street Is Just a P.R. Stunt Targeting Small-Time Crooks

Department of Justice We should be ecstatic that the Department of Justice is finally prosecuting fraud, right? Unfortunately, it's just a p.r. stunt going after small fish and leaving the big criminals untouched ...


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HaVe YouRSeLF a TWiSTeD BaNZai7 CHRiSTMaS

Peace on Earth, Good Will Towards Ben...


Econophile's picture

The Federal Reserve: America’s Fourth Branch of Government

Federal Reserve The Federal Reserve is America's Fourth Branch of government and Ben Bernanke is, in effect, the economic czar of the country. The Fourth Branch? The Fed and the Fed alone has the power to determine how much money should be in the economy. Such vast power over our lives makes the Fed a de facto fourth branch of government. Yet, its powers are not defined by the Constitution, and neither the chairman nor senior officials are elected by the people.


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Fallout After The Credit Bomb

Banks, especially the ones which lend to most US businesses were devastated by the credit bomb. Their recovery is crucial for economic recovery. Are they thawing or freezing? What is the current status of credit in America?


ilene's picture

Wednesday Worries – Ireland “Fixed” – Who’s Next?

Ireland We are approaching 2008 pre-crash market highs with many stock trading higher than they were then on LESS revenues than they had at the time. Meanwhile, 10% of our population is unemployed, consumer credit is down by over $1,000,000,000 (15%), household wealth is down 20% and income is down while the CPI, even by BS Government measures, is up 5% since then, effectively giving those people who still have jobs 5% less to spend anyway.


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Priced in Expectations For The S&P 500

As the market has rallied over the past few months, the expectations for sales growth have risen and currently look lofty relative to what the S&P 500 has delivered in sales growth historically.


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A BoomBustBlogger's Production of the Austrian School of Economics on Inlfation Animated Short

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China’s Take On (or Takes On) the US

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Emerging Market Mania: China Tells Bernanke to Take a Hike

China China has made it clear that it is NOT pleased with the US’s current monetary policy (China has blamed the Fed for its inflation woes with some officials going so far as to label the Dollar’s status as a reserve currency, “absurd”). The US has in turn responded by labeling China a currency manipulator and blaming it for the US’s economic woes. Indeed, it seems almost every other week that some US Government official comes out with a “it’s ALL China’s fault” statement. However, when push comes to shove, it is China that holds the trump cards in the form of interest rates.


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Trade Against The 90% That Lose Money 8th Dec

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They Did What?

This could get messy. Fast.


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Apple, Google, NewsCorp and the Future of Content: Interview with Michael Whalen

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UK Pension Deficits Widen 50%?

Despite the recent stability, the funding shortfall faced by the 200 largest UK schemes has soared by 50% during the past four years, rising from an average of £55 billion during 2006 to one of £87 billion this year. But the government has a trick up its sleeve to wipe out a big chunk of these pension deficits...


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Bank of America Attempts Another Theft of an American Home with a PAID OFF MORTGAGE | Maria and Jose Perez v. Bac Home Loans Servicing Lp, ReconTrust...

BAC Bank of America Bank of America In August 2009 the "Deadbeats" paid the loan IN FULL. But... BAC claimed to have received rights in the loan from Taylor Bean & Whitaker as of Sept 1, 2009. Notwithstanding that the loan was FULLY PAID, BAC attempted repeatedly to collect on the PAID OFF loan.


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