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JP Morgan criminal CEO Jamie Dimon: “It’s a free f**king country”

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“I’m an outspoken defender of the truth,” JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon feverishly maintains in an interview published today. In the interview, he continuously contends that the press and the country have it all wrong about JP Morgan. He seemingly separates JP Morgan out from the current-leading  American banking foe of Europe, Goldman …

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Why You Should Care About Your Private Data

Seemingly every day on the internet, there’s another bad news story or scandal about data privacy. Sometimes it’s a major retail store losing the details of its customers. Sometimes, a social media giant is exposed as having yet another flaw in its security and data protection measures. On other occasions, …

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Economic collapse is inevitable, here’s why…

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America is quickly approaching a catastrophic economic collapse. Before you dismiss this as hype or paranoia, take a few minutes to review the facts outlined on this page. The numbers don’t lie. At this point, the dollar crash is unavoidable… far from an exaggeration this is a mathematical certainty. As …

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How to learn to trade using the demo account

Learning to trade the market is a very challenging task. The new traders are always trying to earn more money by taking excessive risks. They never think about the profit factors in trading. On the contrary, the elite ones are always conservatively taking things. They never risk too much money …

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When paying cash for a home is (and isn’t) worth it

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It’s something Dave Ramsey has been telling us to do for years, but how many people are actually doing it? According to the latest CoreLogic numbers, cash sales made up 32.1 percent of home sales in 2016. Paying cash for a home makes sense for a lot of people, says …

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Obamacare to soon cost the average American family $20,000 a year

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Under Obamacare, American families are forced to buy conventional health insurance that primarily benefits the pharmaceutical industry. By 2016 — just three years from now — the cheapest health insurance plan available will cost a typical American family $20,000 a year, the IRS has now announced. Here’s the news: The IRS just published descriptions of …

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Bitcoin invades mainstream banking system

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Digital Currency Exchange, Bitcoin-Central, has been authorized by the French government to conduct bank style operations. In an announcement last month on bitcointalk.org, Paymium, the organization behind Bitcoin-Central said this: We’re announcing today that Bitcoin-Central.net is getting, through a partnership with Aqoba, allowed to operate like a bank, (or more precisely like …

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How the global collapse will be sold to the masses

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In our modern world there exist certain institutions of power.  Not government committees, alphabet agencies, corporate lobbies, or even standard military organizations; no, these are the mere “middle-men” of power.  The errand boys.  The well paid hitmen of the global mafia.  They are not the strategists or the decision makers. …

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Why And When Apartment Leasing Can Be Cost-Effective

Presently in California the housing market has gone through some dramatic shifts. Taxation, sanctuary cities, and economic boom have made housing prices very high. Complicating the issue is neighborhood decline. There is a big problem with transients in L.A. and the surrounding metropolitan area. Over 100,000 people who have been …

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If Greece exits, here is what happens

Now that the Greek exit is back to being topic #1 of discussion, just as it was back in the fall of 2011, and the media has been flooded by groundless speculation posited by journalists who have never used excel in their lives and are merely paid mouthpieces of bigger bank interests …

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8 Ways the Finance Sector Will be Revolutionized by Blockchain

Despite concerns from central governments and authorities, the finance sector is increasingly excited about how blockchain technology (the basis of Bitcoin) will revolutionize how it operates. Just as Airbnb disrupted the hotels and corporate accommodation providers and Uber changed the face of the taxi industry, blockchain is transforming banking, finance, …

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Silver: once and future money

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Before the Renaissance, world money existed as precious metal coins or bullion. Caesars and kings hoarded gold and silver, dispensed it to their troops, fought over it, and stole it from each other. Land has been another form of wealth since antiquity. Still, land is not money because, unlike gold …

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Cui Bono: who benefits from the Federal Reserve?

Does the Federal Reserve benefit the nation, or just the banks? Cui bono–to whose benefit?–is a skeptic’s scalpel that cuts through the fat of propaganda and political expediency to the hard truth. Since the world has been trained (in Pavlovian fashion) to hang on every word issued by America’s privately owned …

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5 Things You Need to Know to Start Betting and Winning

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For years, betting was mostly about visiting that corner shop and placing a small sum of money on a prediction. It has become a vastly different industry in the last decade thanks to the growth of online betting options. This trend even allows those, who would not have taken the …

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Federal Reserve unable to deal with next economic crisis

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From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Earlier this week, a Federal Reserve official made the stunning admission that its credit expansion and debt creation policy is no longer having any significant effect on the economy. Now, even those in the mainstream are joining those of us who have been saying it for …

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HSBC to axe 50,000 jobs

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Just days after JPMorgan revealed it would fire another 5,000 by the end of the year in a “scalpel” headcount reduction, overnight the world’s favorite drug money laundering bank HSBC unleashed the “machete” and announced it would cut almost 50,000 workers, or one in five bankers, a move which would shrink the …

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Forex Trading? Just Spin the Roulette Wheel

Whenever there is major geopolitical upheaval or change, opportunities present themselves in the forex markets. Forex is the international wholesale market for currency, where traders can speculate on changing currency prices to increase (or lose) fortunes. Trading round the clock every day, these markets respond to the faintest signal from …

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German bank hits savers with ‘negative interest rates’

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Deutsche Skatbank, a division of VR-Bank Altenburger Land, which was founded in 1859, is not the biggest bank in Germany, but it’s the first bank to confirm what German savers have been dreading for a while: the wrath of Draghi. Retail and business customers with over €500,000 on deposit as …

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