ANTS SWARMING: Global Debt Spreads – GOLD’S NEXT MOVE!

ANTS SWARMING: Global Debt Spreads – GOLD’S NEXT MOVE! We Bring You This Critical Alert, Contributed By WealthResearchGroup.com and Their Founder, Lior Gantz, Who Our Staff Looks At For Accurate Economic Forecasting. Trump Gives Green Light To Currency Devaluation First of all, the first half of 2019 reminded me of Charlie Munger’s quote from a couple of years ago, saying that while he does not have any say as to what central banks are doing, the benefits of their policies on the world’s stock markets has been very clear. Replying…

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GOLD RETALIATES: The Cartel OVERWHELMED!

GOLD RETALIATES: The Cartel OVERWHELMED! We Bring You This Critical Alert, Contributed By WealthResearchGroup.com and Their Founder, Lior Gantz, Who Our Staff Looks At For Accurate Economic Forecasting. This week we’re seeing a clear paradigm shift with regards to institutional sentiment towards gold. In fact, on June 21st, the gold ETF was injected with $1.5B, which is its largest ever one-day inflow. I’m not only interested in making a profit, which is generated by the uptrend in the underlying commodity. Gold’s price is always the precursor to much bigger swings…

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The Dollar’s TOAST! A Preview Of The Next 10 Years

The Dollar’s TOAST! A Preview Of The Next 10 Years We Bring You This Critical Alert, Contributed By WealthResearchGroup.com and Their Founder, Lior Gantz, Who Our Staff Looks At For Accurate Economic Forecasting.   From 2009 to this present day, the central banks have implemented emergency measures for what investors thought to be policies that are only necessary in plights, and will only be embarked upon if a crisis seems imminent. This has been all wrong; Jerome Powell has just made it abundantly clear that QE is now a normal part of the…

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Oregon Bill Would Create Banking Alternative for Cannabis Industry, Bypass Federal Reserve

Oregon Bill Would Create Banking Alternative for Cannabis Industry, Bypass Federal Reserve By Michael Maharrey A bill filed in the Oregon House would establish limited state-chartered banks to serve the cannabis industry. Final passage of this legislation would remove a major federal roadblock in front of the developing industry in the state and further nullify federal prohibition in practice. Rep. Pam Marsh (D) and Rep. Ken Helm (D) introduced House Bill 3169 (HB3169) on Feb. 28. The legislation would create a self-contained, state chartered banking system for the cannabis industry in Oregon.…

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Housing Market Crash 2.0: The Jury is in for 2018-2019

Housing Market Crash 2.0: The Jury is in for 2018-2019 By David Haggith As happened with the first housing market crash that began in 2007 but didn’t become widely recognized until mid-2008, the present housing crisis began exploding one story at a time last summer, and this blog was perhaps the first to state that summer’s change was the turning point from decades of ascent into a collapse in housing sales and prices. I said the same thing back in 2007, and people didn’t believe me then either. The present…

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This Bear Ain’t Playin’ Games with the Bulls

This Bear Ain’t Playin’ Games with the Bulls By David Haggith This ain’t no ballgame. This bear has shown up for blood, not sport. The NASDAQ intraday hit the 20% down mark that is widely regarded as qualifying for a change from a bull market to a bear market. A close at that level would have made it as official as a declaration of a bear market gets. As can be expected, the major index whose stocks played the largest role in forming the bull market of the last decade…

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Sadly, Sound Money ISN’T on the Ballot

Sadly, Sound Money ISN’T on the Ballot By Clint Siegner Americans will be headed to the polls to cast ballots in the midterm elections. Polling suggests that Democrats will return to power in the House of Representatives. Republicans are favored to hold on to the Senate. However, political polls have proven less than reliable. There are plenty of people expecting a surprise once the votes are counted. But there are many policies that won’t change regardless of who holds Congressional power come Wednesday. For starters, we can count on the…

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How (Not) To Pop A Bubble

How (Not) To Pop A Bubble By James Corbett It may not have been the craziest headline that the Trump whirlwind has generated in recent months, but you might have seen it amidst all the Stormy Kavanaughs out there: Trump says Fed is his ‘biggest threat’ because it is raising rates too fast This latest outburst is just one more example of a pattern we have seen emerge over the past two years: Any and all good news about the economy is because of Trump, and any and all bad…

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Easy Money Is a Recipe for Fake Booms and Real Busts

Easy Money Is a Recipe for Fake Booms and Real Busts By Daniel J. Mitchell I periodically explain that you generally don’t get a recession by hiking taxes, adding red tape, or increasing the burden of government spending. Those policies are misguided, to be sure, but they mostly erode the economy’s long-run potential growth. If you want to assign blame for economic downturns, the first place to look is monetary policy. Easy Money Has Challenging Consequences When central banks use monetary policy to keep interest rates low (“Keynesian monetary policy,” also known as “easy…

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How the Trade War Helps Hide Central Bank Sabotage Of The Economy

How the Trade War Helps Hide Central Bank Sabotage Of The Economy By Brandon Smith Almost every aspect of the global economic downturn, which started ostensibly in 2007-2008 and is still ongoing to this day, can be traced back to the actions and policies of central banks. The Federal Reserve, for example, used artificially low interest rates and easy money to create a supposedly no-risk loan environment. This translated into a vast amount of toxic mortgage debt along with a web of derivatives (Mortgage Backed Securities) attached to that debt.…

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