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Avoiding Collapse: China’s Plan

November 2nd, 2015

China marketsTed Bauman:  My relationship with China is conflicted, to say the least.

On one hand, I was raised in a fiercely anti-communist family, and Communists still run China. When I grew up, my natural libertarian aversion to all “isms” only strengthened my dislike of China’s rulers. Read more…

China, Economy, Investing, Stock Market, World News

Screwed By The System, With No End In Sight

November 2nd, 2015

screwedJohn Rubino:  Bloomberg just cited some stats that validate the average American’s sense of being ripped off: Read more…

Banking, Consumer, Economy, Government, Stock Market, Wall Street

Market Overbought – Look for a Pullback

November 2nd, 2015

Stock MarketJeffrey D Saut:  “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” is a 1963 comedy film that begins when the occupants of four vehicles stop on the side of the road to help another motorist that has careened off the highway in a spectacular crash. With his dying breaths, Grogan (Jimmy Durante in his last screen appearance) tells the bystanders about $350,000 that is hidden in the nearby city of Santa Rosita “under the big W.” Read more…

Investing, Markets, Stock Market, Stocks

The UN Plans To Implement Universal Biometric Identification For All Of Humanity By 2030

November 2nd, 2015

Head Wireframe Graphics - Public DomainMichael Snyder:  Did you know that the United Nations intends to have biometric identification cards in the hands of every single man, woman and child on the entire planet by the year 2030?  And did you know that a central database in Geneva, Switzerland will be collecting data from many of these cards?  Read more…

Government, Military and Police, News Of The Weird, Technology, Today's Top News, World News

Venezuela Says Goodbye To Her Gold Reserves

November 2nd, 2015

Gold in a safeRonan Manly:  Five months ago in my article “Venezuela’s Gold Reserves – Part 2: From Repatriation to Reactivation“, I concluded that:

“given the deteriorating state of Venezuela’s international finances and international reserves at the present time, it may be sooner rather than later before Venezuelan gold could be on the move again out of the country. Read more…

Banking, Economy, Gold, Government, News Of The Weird, Today's Top News, World News

Marin Katusa: Follow the Good Guys in Mining

October 30th, 2015

Marin KatusaJT Long:  The most valuable resource in a mining company is often the people. Good management can attract the right investors and add value regardless of the market. Read more…

Gold, Investing, Markets, Mining / Drilling, Precious Metals

The Service Economy: European Socialism

October 30th, 2015

train station:  I have visited and spent weeks at a time in Europe. On this recent trip however, something clicked for me as I stared out my hotel window at a train station and seeing other public mass transportation moving on the street. In Europe, I think that most people don’t Read more…

Economy, Europe, Government, World News

Russia’s VTB Bank Joins As SGE Member; Chinese Direct Gold Imports Increase

October 30th, 2015

Gold China:  Another strong week for gold demand at the Shanghai Gold Exchange – China’s main physical gold bourse. From 19 until 23 October 57 tonnes have been withdrawn from the vaults of the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE), according to data released on Friday by the SGE. Year to date 2,119 tonnes have been withdrawn. With a little over two months left in Read more…

China, Gold, Russia, Stock Market, Today's Top News, World News

It’s All About Lithium In Nevada, Step Aside Vegas!

October 30th, 2015

lithiumJames Stafford:  Nevada is booming as new lithium companies rush in to stake out targets and massive business development gets underway, from Tesla to Amazon and Apple. As the state’s southwest corner fills up with Read more…

Economy, Emerging Markets, Markets, Technology

‘Mentally Unstable’ Obama Looking To Start A War With China?

October 30th, 2015

obama smileMichael Snyder:  This week, Barack Obama sent a guided missile destroyer into disputed waters in the South China Sea to see if the Chinese would start shooting at it. Yes, this is what he actually did. Fortunately for us, the Chinese backed down and did not follow through on their threats to take military action. Instead, the Chinese have chosen to respond with very angry words. Read more…

China, Government, Military and Police, News Of The Weird, Today's Top News, World News

This Major Internet Company Has Stockpiled Three Months of Food and $10 Million In Gold For Their Employees: “We Don’t Trust Wall Street”

October 28th, 2015

overstock1Mac Slavo:  While the world’s super elite prepare everything from stylish bunkers to emergency submarines, most couldn’t care less about their millions of employees should a widespread crisis strike financial markets or the economic system. Read more…

Banking, Economy, Today's Top News, Wall Street

Should OPEC Be The One To Fix The Imbalances In The Global Crude Oil Trade?

October 28th, 2015

Oil Price question markNick Cunningham:  We are a little more than a month away from OPEC’s next meeting, which will be held in Vienna on December 4, 2015.

OPEC altered the course of the oil markets last year when it decided to cast aside its traditional role of maintaining balance through production cuts. Instead it pursued a strategy of fighting Read more…

Crude Oil, Markets, Mining / Drilling, Oil Wars, World News

Can The US Raise Rates When Everyone Else Is Cutting Them?

October 28th, 2015

Interest RatesJohn Rubino:  It’s understandable (sort of) that the Fed wants to raise short-term interest rates so it can cut them again in the next downturn.

But what if the next downturn is already here? Read more…

Banking, Economy, Federal Reserve, Markets, World News

The U.S. Government Is Spending 400,000 Dollars On A Single Helmet

October 28th, 2015

What - Public DomainMichael Snyder:  Would you pay $400,000 for a single helmet?  Of course you wouldn’t – but that is precisely what the U.S. government is doing.  Just the helmet for the pilot of the new F-35 Lightning II is going to cost taxpayers nearly half a million dollars.  Read more…

Government, Military and Police, News Of The Weird, Today's Top News

Tesla – Exploiting Cognitive Deficiencies

October 27th, 2015

TeslaRoger Barris:  Good Car, Overvalued Stock – I occasionally like to short[1] stocks for fun and profit.  One of my recent shorts is Tesla[2],  the maker of electric vehicles (“EV”) and energy storage systems.

This one gives me particular pleasure because it is a great opportunity to take some money off the politically correct (“PC”) crowd precisely because of their cognitive deficiencies.  Let me explain. Read more…

Investing, Markets, Stock Market, Stocks, Technology

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