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Soursop fruit 100 fold stronger at killing cancer than chemotherapy

Soursop

The Soursop is a flowering, evergreen tree native to tropical regions of the world. It also contains a long, prickly green fruit which happens to kill cancer up to 10,000 times more effectively than strong chemotherapy drugs, all without the nasty side effects and without harming healthy cells. According to Cancer Research UK, Annona …

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Modern alchemy: scientists leach gold from water

Magpie Polymers alchemy gold from water

A small French start-up company is selling a technology with a hint of alchemy: turning water into gold. It does so by extracting from industrial waste water the last traces of any rare—and increasingly valuable—metal. “We leave only a microgramme per litre,” according to Steve van Zutphen, a Dutchman who …

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Government trying to make garage sales illegal

A little-known case may result in a ban on reselling any product made overseas without US copyright holders taking a share of the profits. A single ruling by the Supreme Court could make all secondary market sites – including garage sales – illegal. Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons will …

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Today the Fed unofficially announced QE4

Today Michael Pento stunned King World when he said, “… the Fed doubled down on QE3 this morning and unofficially announced QE4.”  Pento believes the mainstream media does not understand what just happened today, but he said it will have massive implications for the markets, including gold and silver. Pento …

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How long will the dollar remain the world’s reserve currency?

We frequently hear the financial press refer to the U.S. dollar as the “world’s reserve currency,” implying that our dollar will always retain its value in an ever shifting world economy.  But this is a dangerous and mistaken assumption. Since August 15, 1971, when President Nixon closed the gold window …

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Australia’s big-banks bonanza

AUSTRALIA’s big banks have been ranked the most profitable in the developed world for the second year running by the influential Bank for International Settlements. Despite slower credit growth threatening to crimp local lenders’ profits, the big four enjoy wider interest margins and lower costs than most of their overseas …

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Globalist plan: European Union police state lockdown

European Union apparatchiks are preparing to lockdown Europe following Greece’s exit. From the Associated Press today: Olivier Bailly said Tuesday that, legally, limits could be imposed on movement of people and money across national borders within the EU if it’s necessary to protect public order or public security — but not on …

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Max Keiser says: “hang the bankers”

Viewers in the U.K. were surprised watching Channel 4’s “10 o’clock Live” show when guest Max Keiser, speaking in a debate moderated by one of the show’s presenters, David Mitchell – appealed to the live audience to “hang the bankers.” The audience applauded very enthusiastically. Keiser went on to explain …

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How Puerto Rico can rebuild and become a powerhouse economy

How Puerto Rico can rebuild economy

After a particularly devastating hurricane season, Puerto Rico has an uncertain future. Already mismanaged and saddled with debt, the island territory now faces the virtually insurmountable task of rebuilding its infrastructure and economy. But amidst the rubble and heartache lies one of the greatest opportunities in the modern era not …

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Natural Resources and the FTSE 100: Why Mining Remains the Future

Brexiters’ notion that the UK can become a global trading nation after it emerges from the yoke of EU regulation was given some credence recently thanks to the FTSE 100. As China prepares to scale back its mining output during the winter months, British companies have been the latest beneficiaries. According …

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5 Mobile App Development Trends for 2020

Mobile app development is a field in which processes today and constantly evolving. There are new development paths being discovered every day.  Engineers have been introducing new languages and environments that are making the development process easy in terms of result, but complex in terms of understanding at times.  Android, …

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UBS fined for silver price manipulation

Precious metals silver

Switzerland’s regulator found “serious misconduct” by UBS employees in precious metals trading, particularly with silver, as part of its review of the bank’s foreign-exchange business. Electronic chats played a “key” role in the improper conduct in foreign exchange and precious metals trading, the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority, or Finma, said in …

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Israel: the tech start-up capital of the world

Israel Start-ups

By Filip Karinja With a population of eight million people, Israel has made a name for itself as the Silicon Valley for tech start-ups. An innovator in the tech field, Israel has over 6000 start-ups in operation and attracts more venture capital per person that any other country in the …

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Global economy at crossroads: time to hoard cash or gold?

Cash gold

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group The global economy is at a crossroads according to Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz Global Investors. The former Pacific Investment Management Company chief executive blamed central bank asset purchases (QE) for creating a distortion between the price of assets and their fundamentals. …

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Major Australian bank taken to court over interest rate rigging

NAB interest rate rigging Australian bank

The corporate regulator has launched legal action against National Australia Bank for allegedly manipulating the bank bill swap rate (BBSW) 50 times. NAB said it would fight the case. Labor leader Bill Shorten jumped on the move, saying it provided further evidence of the need for a royal commission into the banks. “How …

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