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The End Game: 2012 and 2013 will usher in the end

If Raoul Pal was some doomsday spouting windbag, writing in all caps, arbitrarily pasting together disparate charts to create 200 page slideshows, it would be easy to ignore him. He isn’t. The founder of Global Macro Investor “previously co-managed the GLG Global Macro Fund in London for GLG Partners, one of the …

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Japan and China to start direct currency trading on Friday

Japan and China will start direct currency trading this week, Tokyo said Tuesday, the first time Beijing has let a major unit other than the dollar swap with the yuan. The move, which will scrap the greenback as an intermediary unit, comes as China introduces measures as part of a …

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Signs of the gold standard emerging in China?

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As noted in last week’s column about the rising recognition by authorities in Germany about the virtues of gold, the gold standard is receiving impressive new recognition internationally. The GOP plank calling for a commission to study “possible ways to set a fixed value for the dollar” — with an unmistakable nod …

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19 things the mainstream media is currently being silent about

#1 Strange Things Happening On The Sun #2 Fukushima #3 Mount Fuji In Japan About To Erupt? #4 Stunning Rise In Volcanic Activity Around The World #5 Global Food Prices Rising Again #6 U.S. Government Debt Downgraded Again #7 500 Million Dollars To Help The IRS Implement Obamacare #8 Go …

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The Gold War

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The global financial crisis is better described as a global monetary war to defend the toxic US Dollar, whose sunset can be seen.In the last 12 to 18 months, the monetary war has again morphed, this time into a far more serious and financially violent global Gold War. Nations are …

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The strategy being used to destroy America

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In the mid-sixties at the height of the “social revolution” the line between democratic benevolence and outright communism became rather blurry. The Democratic Party, which controlled the presidency and both houses of Congress, was used as the springboard by social engineers to introduce a new era of welfare initiatives enacted …

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Cold War 2.0 heating up

An emerging foreign policy trend is Cold War II.  The US military/security complex, with help from Obama and Hillary Clinton, is working overtime to revive the profitable long-term stalemate of the Cold War that lasted four decades from the Berlin airlift to the Reagan-Gorbachev accord. During this long period Congress …

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How to Get a Loan With Bad Credit in 2019

It is said that the limitations we face are the ones placed by ourselves. This is also the case when it comes to seeking finances. You may have already locked yourself out of getting a loan because you have a bad credit score. It’s still possible to get a loan …

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5 Ways to Save Money and Boost Your Savings

We’ve all been through tough times where we find it hard to scrape by. In today’s economy, it can be a serious struggle to pay bills, make rent, save for retirement, and set aside a nest egg for a rainy day. Although there are several reasons why it’s harder for …

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How People Can Use Ethical Law Firms to Repair Their Credit

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Debt is a standard part of American life. From mortgages to student loans, Americans are often placed in positions where they spend more than they make. While many do make their payments on time, a significant number of Americans must deal with debt collectors on a daily basis. In fact, …

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5 Reasons to Hire a Financial Advisor (Even If You’re Not Rich)

There’s a misconception that financial advisors are only available to those who are “rich” or have a high net worth. While it’s true that financial advisors can’t help those in extreme debt or who operate on strict budgets, you don’t necessarily need to be “rich” to benefit from the advice …

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Cash-strapped Saudi Arabia looking to issue $15 billion in bonds

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Last week the bond market was stunned by the unprecedented demand for sovereign paper issued by the middle-eastern nation of Qatar, which announced it would issue $9 billion in Eurobonds (in three maturities), more than double what had been originally expected by the market, and well below the total demand …

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Three signs the entire system is changing right now

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When I was a kid growing up in the early 80s, the United States was the undisputed dominant superpower in the world. The US dollar was awe-inspiring; on a trade-weighted basis, the dollar index was at an all-time high, and had never been as strong ever before… or since. And …

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Turning Your Car Into Cash: The Truth About Title Loans

While you may be driving the car of your dreams, you may realize you don’t have enough capital to make your other dreams a reality. Business owners and consumers that find themselves struggling to get a loan or make money through unconventional means may find that turning in their car …

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Steve Keen: “Can we avoid another financial crisis?”

Steve Keen Can we avoid another financial crisis

Economic theory is like a layer cake: Explanations within one layer make sense, but once you move to another layer, they no longer apply. Economist Steve Keen‘s new book “Can We Avoid Another Financial Crisis?” is an illustrative example. The good news is that Keen accurately describes the current economic …

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Top pitfalls to avoid in the mortgage process

With the escalating prices of homes in the US, mortgage loans have become a popular financing option for those who dream of owning a home. Considering that buying a home is perhaps the biggest purchase you’ll ever make, it’s no surprise that there are multiple ways you can find yourself …

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