Global Elites Fear “Ferguson-Style” Riots In The Wake Of The Coming Economic Collapse

January 31st, 2015

ferguson-fire-celebratePaul Joseph Watson:  Davos economist Robert Johnson, who made headlines this week for revealing that the wealthy are buying secret hideaways as a hedge against global instability, warned in a subsequent interview that the elite are also afraid of more riots in the wake of Ferguson, Missouri. Read more…

Economy, News Of The Weird, World News

Tax Dollars In Action: Obama’s Visit To A New Dictator King For 4 Hours Costs Taxpayers A Quarter Million

January 31st, 2015

obama smileSteve Watson:  President Obama will today stop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for just four hours to meet the country’s new King and pay his respects to the widely perceived ‘butcher’ King Abdullah, who died on Friday – and it will cost US taxpayers a quarter of a million dollars. Read more…

Economy, Government, World News

Psychemedics Corp.(NASDAQ:PMD) Approves Cash Performance Bonus Arrangements With Executive Officers

January 31st, 2015

Psychemedics Corp.On January 22, 2015, the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of Psychemedics Corp. (NASDAQ:PMD) approved the terms of cash performance bonus arrangements with certain executive officers, including the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, its Vice President – Laboratory Operations, its Vice President – Finance, and other employees for 2015. Read more…

Material Events

Why 1976 Is Relevant On The S&P 500 Index

January 31st, 2015

FibonacciChris Ciovacco:  Math plays a big role in nature and the financial markets. Many trading algorithms use Fibonacci retracement levels to identify areas where buyers may become interested (support). The math below may be helpful to us in the coming days – at a minimum, it is prudent to be aware of the possibility of a bounce near 1976 should the market test that area Read more…

Financials, Investing, Markets, Stocks

The DEA Planned To Scan License Plates On Cars At Gun Shows For Their “Database”

January 31st, 2015

License PLatesSteve Watson:  The Drug Enforcement Administration planned to use license-plate readers to scan cars parked at gun shows and monitor their owners as part of an anti-gun-trafficking scheme, internal documents have revealed.

The plan was discussed in DEA emails in 2009, according to the Justice Department, which oversees the government agency. Read more…

Economy, Government, Military and Police

Birth Pangs Of The Coming Great Depression

January 31st, 2015

Pregnant-WomanMichael Snyder:  The signs of the times are everywhere – all you have to do is open up your eyes and look at them.  When a pregnant woman first goes into labor, the birth pangs are usually fairly moderate and are not that close together.  But as the time for delivery approaches, they become much more frequent and much more intense.  Economically, what we are experiencing right now are birth pangs of the coming Great Depression. Read more…

Banking, Crude Oil, Currency Wars, Economy, Government, Markets, Today's Top News, World News

Vladimir Putin Isn’t Backing Down: Nuclear-Capable Russian Bombers Fly Over English Channel

January 31st, 2015

putin 2Mac Salvo:  Russian President Vladimir Putin hasn’t been one to back down in response to sanctions against his country and attacks on his economy. Rather, he has stepped up not only his rhetoric, but his military activities as well.

His latest move is yet another show of force to let the West know Russia is prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect its interests. Read more…

Currency Wars, Economy, Europe, Government, Military and Police, Russia, Today's Top News, World News

Feds To Unleash Hyper-Orwellian Police State At Super Bowl XLIX

January 31st, 2015

Super Bowl ArizonaAdan Salazar:  Keeping with tradition, the Ministry of Homeland Security has decreed it will once again be implementing stringent, hyper-vigilant anti-terrorist security measures during this year’s Super Bowl.

Since 9/11, the yearly event has devolved into a free-for-all for the DHS and its sub-branch agencies, many of which will be on hand coordinating largely theatrical operations which Read more…

Economy, Entertainment, Government, Military and Police, Today's Top News

New Political Battles Loom over Compulsory IRAs and Fed Secrecy

January 30th, 2015

NewsMike Gleason:  David Morgan gives us a sneak peak about what to expect in the gold and silver markets this year, and the likelihood gold and silver will reassert themselves as money in the face of a potential global currency collapse.

Well, central bankers extended their heavy hand of influence into the markets once again this week, sparking downside volatility in gold and silver prices.

On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve released its Read more…

Banking, Currency Wars, Economy, Gold, Investing, Silver, Today's Top News

Hulbert On The Fed, Rate Hikes & Stock Market; A Response

January 30th, 2015

Interest Rate HikeGary Tanashian:  Mark Hulbert has a piece this morning at MarketWatch in which he de-correlates the first Fed interest rate hike from any supposedly corresponding stock market movements.  I agree with some but not all of what he writes.  Let’s take it a chunk at a time. Read more…

Economy, Government, Markets, Stocks, Today's Top News

Possible US Dollar Peak Should Be A Catalyst For Gold

January 30th, 2015

gold-dollar-billsJordan Roy-Byrne:  Gold has performed very well under the circumstances of declining inflation and a surging US$ index. Since 2014 the US$ index is up nearly 18% while Gold is up 3%. Since Gold’s November low the US$ index is up over 10%. Had we known that at the time, we’d have thought Gold would be headed for $1000 and not the $1300 it recently hit. At present, the US$ index appears ripe for a Read more…

Currency, Gold, Investing

Friday Brings Another Market Mover

January 30th, 2015

American FlagChris Ciovacco:  The U.S. stock market remains in a bullish posture, but the term vulnerable applies. Friday’s GDP report will test those vulnerabilities. Read more…

Economy, Investing, Markets, Stocks, Today's Top News

Mergers And Acquisitions In The Mining Sector

January 30th, 2015

MinersBrian Sylvester:  Mining investors love to talk M&A. The speculation. The buzz. Goldcorp started tongues wagging recently when it made a CA$526 million offer for Probe Mines. Brien Lundin, publisher of Gold Newsletter, believes that deal could start the ball rolling on further M&A. He predicts that as gold flows west to east at an unprecedented rate, the gold price will Read more…

ETF, Gold, Investing, Mining

Why Companies With Female Board Members Outperform Those Without: Amanda van Dyke

January 30th, 2015

Woman BusinessJT Long:  Women aren’t necessarily better than men, but men and women on boards together make better decisions that lead to higher returns, according to a new study on the impact of women on the boards of mining companies. As a matter of good governance, Amanda van Dyke, chair of Women in Mining (UK), analyzed the performance of companies open to new ideas, including moving beyond the old boys’ network, and found that they excelled in Read more…

Investing, Mining

Iraq War Redux: Hillary Clinton Manufactured “Stupid Facts” That Led To The Invasion Of Libya

January 30th, 2015

hillary clintonKurt Nimmo:  Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State, created false pretenses for the invasion of Libya in much the same way neocons used fabricated intelligence as an excuse to launch a war against Iraq during the Bush era. Read more…

Government, Military and Police, News Of The Weird

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