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They’re coming for your money

Pockets empty

Nearly all of us grew up thinking that we registered ourselves to prove that we were safe and responsible. We advertised our services as “registered” or “licensed,” and we never thought about it beyond that point. After all, that was the way things were done, and we knew that it …

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Simple saving hacks for savvy millennials

Are you the kind of person who ends up with around $10 left in their current account when you’re still two weeks away from payday? If so, then you might need some financial assistance. Today’s millennials are living in a complicated world cash-wise. Our generation is plagued by everything from …

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2 Simple Ways to Make Money Work for You

Those who say that money is not important can’t be telling the entire story. It’s true that there are studies that say that relationships are far more valuable. However, you have to realize that our needs are ordered in a hierarchy. Before we become aware of the need to be …

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Fintech Boom in the United Kingdom Despite Brexit Worries

The ravages of a Brexit have failed to dissuade investors from plowing money into the UK’s burgeoning FinTech sector. Foreign investment levels in the United Kingdom’s FinTech arena are soaring, in spite of the exodus of European Union migrant workers, and lower levels of net migration into the UK. British …

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Net Lease Investment Bounces Back with More Opportunities

Although the April jobs report found investments being better than expected, the triple net lease market saw a decrease in overall activities by the end of April. Top investors are holding back while new investors are exploring the market with smaller investments. The confirmation that wages have continued to trend …

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IMF warns Federal Reserve not to raise rates

IMF Federal Reserve not raise rates

The International Monetary Fund has recommended that the US Federal Reserve abstain from any interest rate hikes in the near-term, a recommendation which was subsequently rebuffed by the Fed due to fundamental disagreements over how to approach economic policy. Kristian Rouz — The International Monetary Fund, a Washington-based global lender, has recommended …

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Why ‘Rich Dad’ author predicts a market collapse is coming

Market collapse Robert Kiyosaki

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Famed entrepreneur and author of the ‘Rich Dad’ business book series, Robert Kiyosaki, says his predictions for a market collapse in 2016 are on schedule to become a reality. He was nearly correct in the first week of the year, when markets suffered some …

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The end of the bull market in stocks?

Bull market stocks

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group The bull market in stocks has just entered its seventh year this week, the third longest run in history! The question is, can it run further or is it out of legs? With cheap money still entering markets and interest rates held under 1%, there …

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Saudi Arabia is losing money fast, dumping of US debt expected

Saudi Arabia King Salman Obama

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group With the price of oil plunging and increased military spending in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is dipping into its reserves to make ends meet. In December alone, the kingdom blew $19.4 billion of its now remaining $608.4 billion. With the nation burning through almost $100 billion in reserves in …

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3 important issues to keep an eye on in 2016

2016 New Years 3 important issues

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group As we begin a new year, it’s only natural to question what’s in store for 2016. We have dozens of issues on our radar, but here are a select few that you may want to keep a close eye on: 1. Debt Crisis: No solutions …

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Brzezinski calls for ‘retaliation’ against Russia for fighting ISIS

zbigniew brzezinski

The leading anti-Russian figure of the Anglo-American establishment and geopolitical chess player, Zbigniew Brzezinski, has recently declared in an op-ed for the Financial Times that the United States should “retaliate” against Russia for its actions in Syria, even going so far as military action to do so. Brzezinski argues that the recent Russian involvement in …

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Propaganda: Tony Blair wins ‘philanthropist of the year’ award

War criminal Tony Blair GQ philanthropist

Tony Blair was last night improbably named philanthropist of the year by a leading magazine. The former prime minister was handed the award to a ‘muted’ response at a celebrity-packed gathering in central London. It was in recognition of his ‘philanthropy, establishing three charities’. GQ magazine’s decision drew immediate criticism, …

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CIA and FBI agents ‘advising’ Ukraine government

Ukraine flag

Now that the situation in Ukraine has officially been upgraded to “war”, what really happens on the ground will remain largely wrapped by the fog of war on either side, with just one thing assured: a war it may be but more than anything it is a proxy war – one …

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Crash the New World Order! Buy Silver!

Crash JP Morgan Buy Silver

There are myriad reasons to buy physical silver. Sure, we’ve all heard how great of an investment it is, but, truth be told, there is also a moral and political argument to be made for the metal. Historically, in this country, silver was considered money by the banking establishment and …

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The BBC is being shaken to its core by an enormous sex abuse scandal

Jimmy Savile cigar

What’s happening right now in the U.K. can probably be compared to the scandal that engulfed Penn State and Jerry Sandusky earlier this year. If anything, however, it’s even bigger. The BBC has just announced that it will be holding two internal investigations into widespread allegations of sexual abuse by the …

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Our problem is the Federal Reserve – David Stockman

Former OMB boss David Stockman told CNBC that Romney’s vision of capitalism is not possible if the Federal Reserve continues to run the economy. Stockman said the only candidate that had it right was Ron Paul. “He was the only one that had it right about the Fed,” Stockman said. …

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