The Next Polar Vortex And An End To California’s Drought

December 16th, 2014

water droughtChris Orr:  Everyone in the northern half of the United States is wondering what the winter is going to look like — from companies preparing for the impact of colder weather, to individuals preparing to store enough natural gas to heat their homes. Read more…

Commodities, Economy, News Of The Weird

The Bond Market Bubble is Reaching Epic Proportions

December 16th, 2014

Precious-Metals-Market1EconMatters:  The 10-Year Bond now has a Yield of 2.08% right before the all-important Fed Quarterly Meeting and Press Conference this Wednesday, the 10-Year basically lost 24 basis points in a week, and mind you the week right after the strongest Read more…

Bonds, Crude Oil, Economy, Today's Top News

7 Facts About US Oil Supplies

December 16th, 2014

oil energyEconMatters:  The futures contract for January 2015 has gone from $102 a barrel in July to $57 a barrel today, a $45 dollar a barrel discounting of price in less than six months. Much of this move is based upon bearish sentiment and future expectations for oil supplies along with bearish headlines coming out of OPEC Members and the exiting of the long side of the Read more…

Crude Oil, Economy, Energy, Natural Gas, Stocks, Today's Top News

Gianni Kovacevic: Energy Demands Copper

December 15th, 2014

copperThe Gold Report:  Gianni Kovacevic, the author of “My Electrician Drives a Porsche?” and executive chairman of CopperBank Resources Corp., takes a scientific view of historical, social and environmental trends in energy usage and identifies copper as the common denominator. As global energy usage increases, most of that energy flows Read more…

Investing Guide, Mining, Precious Metals, Today's Top News

EU Central Banksters: Spain Imposes Laws Making Peaceful Protests Illegal

December 15th, 2014

European-Central-BankKurt Nimmo:  Spain will impose a raft of new laws to combat popular protests in opposition to EU central bankster austerity.

The Ley Mordaza, or Gag Rule law passed Spain’s lower house of Parliament late last week. It essentially bans all public protest and imposes heavy fines on anybody who dares Read more…

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Niocorp Hits 52 Week High on Large Volume After Announcing Off-Take Agreement

December 15th, 2014

niobiumJeb Handwerger:  For years I have highlighted a strategic metal called niobium.

Recently Iamgold sold Niobec, one of the largest niobium mines in North America for $500 million cash and an additional $30 million once it comes into production. Read more…

Mining, Precious Metals, Stocks

Wall Street Lobbyists Continue To Strip The Dodd-Frank Act In Washington

December 15th, 2014

Wall StreetJohn Rubino:  So the markets are getting skittish and the media is obsessing about the many things that could go wrong out there. It’s like 2007 all over again, but with one big difference: Back then the mega-banks were reasonably sure the government would, if necessary, bail them out of their hundreds of trillions of dollars of derivatives liabilities. Otherwise, as they actually Read more…

Banking, Economy, Government, Inflation/Deflation, Today's Top News

Investors Will Be Watching Closely For Any Surprises From The Federal Reserve This Week

December 15th, 2014

Federal Reserve buildingClint Siegner:  The Federal Open Market Committee meets again this week, and investors will be watching the announcement that follows closely. The consensus remains for the Fed to begin raising rates mid next year. Many expect Fed officials to provide more specific guidance. Read more…

Banking, Crude Oil, Economy, Government, Inflation/Deflation, Today's Top News

Conflicting Reports: Hostages From Inside Lindt Cafe Post Terrorists Demands To Facebook; Self Proclaimed Member Of ISIS

December 15th, 2014

Paul Joseph Watson:  UPDATE: Videos allegedly made by hostages inside the terrorist contained further details about the hostage taker and his demands, but were soon removed by YouTube.

A Facebook post attributed to a victim of the Sydney cafe siege which purports to contain a list of demands from the hostage taker states that the terrorist is a self-proclaimed member of ISIS Read more…

News Of The Weird, Today's Top News, World News

Hostage Situation At Lindt Café: The Man Who Took Hostages Is Not An ISIS Terrorist

December 15th, 2014

Hostage SiegeKurt Nimmo:  The man said to be responsible for taking hostages at the Lindt café in Sydney is an Iranian mystic who claims to practice black magic, not an ISIS terrorist as previously reported. Read more…

News Of The Weird, Today's Top News, World News

What Effects The Fed Could Have On Stocks

December 15th, 2014

federalreserveChris Ciovacco:  In Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal, a reporter with excellent contacts at the Fed, Jon Hilsenrath, penned the following:

Federal Reserve officials are seriously considering an important shift in tone at their policy meeting next week: dropping an assurance that short-term interest rates will Read more…

Bonds, Crude Oil, Stocks, Today's Top News

CME Group Announces Plans For Trading Collars On Gold And Silver

December 15th, 2014

CMEPaul Joseph Watson:  The CME Group has announced that it plans to impose trading collars for precious metals, meaning that a swing in the gold price of $100 dollars will prompt a five minute halt in trading.

The decision immediately prompted speculation as to why the new rule was being imposed now and whether it meant an unprecedented financial event was just around the corner. Read more…

Gold, Markets, Silver, Stocks, Today's Top News

University Of Long Beach CA: White People Are Inherently Racist And Born With “Unearned Privilege”

December 15th, 2014

Jane Close ConoleyKurt Nimmo:  Jane Close Conoley, the president of one of the largest public universities in the United States, believes white people are inherently racist and born with “significant unearned privilege.” Read more…

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84 Yr Old Woman Hits Cop Car; What Happens Next Is Amazing

December 15th, 2014

Police traffic stopAdan Salazar:  An elderly woman got the surprise of a lifetime when she crashed into a Utah state trooper’s patrol car after being pulled over on her way to visit her sick son.
Helen “Skeeter” Smith, 87, didn’t think twice when she decided to embark on a Read more…

Military and Police, News Of The Weird

Evidence Shows Americans Are Totally Unprepared For The Worst

December 15th, 2014

super-stormMac Slavo:  As the biggest storm in five years took aim at California this week cities across the state distributed sandbags, cancelled school and warned residents to prepare for power outages. And though the storm didn’t really live up to the media hype, some people did take the warnings to heart and made last minute trips to the grocery store to stock up on foodstuffs and other supplies just so they wouldn’t have to go out in the rain. Read more…

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