Tag Archive | "inflation"

Yellen’s Folly: ”It’s a Myth that Expansions Die”



About this week’s show:
-Triple A rated bonds drop from 98 to just 2 choices
– WENDY’S replaces cashiers with automated kiosks
-Draghi blames piggy bank prudence for slow growth

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“Paper Gold” to Real Gold Disparity now 542/1



About this week’s show:

From Industrial Recession to Retail Recession
A New Reserve Currency? Be careful what you wish for
Trump’s answer to the Debt Problem: Buyer Beware!

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So Long London & COMEX, China is the New Gold Exchange



About this week’s show:
-Shanghai Gold Exchange delivers PHYSICAL gold, not just paper
-Deutsche Bank: “We need MORE NEGATIVE Rates”!
-Is the Gerontocracy the new voting majority?

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Plan Now Your Gold Bucket List



About this week’s show:
-Gold up 20%, Silver up 28% in four months
-IF gold dips in price, add to your position
-Goldman Sachs predicts 3 FED interest rate hikes…Huh?!!!

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Andrew Jackson: “I Killed the Bank”



About this week’s show:
-Jackson ejected the Central Bankers, now they’ve ejected him
-Saudi’s to Iran: “We’ll stop pumping ONLY when you stop pumping”
-Obama meets with Yellen: Hmmm..Friendly Election Year Advice?

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Jim Deeds: “We are Now in the Next Great Gold Rush”


About this week’s show:
-It feels like 1968 all over again
-Paulson takes a huge stake in gold mining
-China in encouraging their people to buy gold

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Michael Pettis: Concerned Capital Flowing out of China



About this week’s show:
-Huge debt adjustment impending in China
-Debt problems lead to slow growth
-Under fiat currency, debt gets out of control

About the Guest: Wall Street veteran, merchant banker, equities trader, economist, finance professor, entrepreneur — iconoclast — Michael Pettis is a unique individual living and working in China, at the heart of the world’s most exciting and vibrant economy.

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Jeffry Frieden: Mad About Politics? Follow the Money



About this week’s show:
-Credo: Avoid devaluations in an election year
-Central Banks are always politically sensitive
-Currency systems always have a winner and a loser

About the guest: Mr. Frieden is a Professor at Harvard University’s Department of Government, a division of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. His teaching and research focus’ on the politics of international monetary and financial relations.

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Special Interests Vie For New Currency Regime



About this week’s show:
-Reality TV takes over this year’s election
-The exchange rate is the most important price in the world
-Put yourself on a gold standard

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$4.47 in Debt Gets Us Only $1.00 in Growth?!



About this week’s show:
-HSBC and JPMorgan prepare for recession
-Minority Report?-China’s “Big Brother” to solve pre-crime
-259 Metric Tons of gold purchased in ETF’s since Jan. 1

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Thomas Sedlacek: The Economics of Good and Evil


About this week’s show:
-Biblical Joseph Story: The earliest account of a business cycle
-The central bankers ecumenical religion of “perpetual growth”
-GDP should really be “Gross Debt Product”
– Be sure to purchase Mr. Sedlacek’s book: Economics of Good and Evil 

About the guest: Sedlacek is a Czech economist and university lecturer. He is the Chief Macroeconomic Strategist at ČSOB (a Czech national bank), a member of a group Narrative of Europe commissioned by Manuel Barroso and Council Member of World Economic Forum focused on New Economic Thinking. He is a former member of the National Economic Council of the Czech Republic and an economic advisor to former President Václav Havel. His book Economics of Good and Evil, a bestseller in the Czech Republic, was translated into English and published by the Oxford University Press in June, 2011.” Read more…

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Trapped! Central Bankers Propose a Wall to Keep You In



About this week’s show:
-Larry Summers: “Big bills must go…burn the Franklins”
-Monetary policy impotent…Time for fiscal largesse?
-Gold and treasuries to play “life raft” role

 

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V is for Volatility



About this week’s show:
-Global markets re-enter the world of wild swings
-Goldman Sachs recants 5 of 6 of its 2016 recommendations
-North Korea launches proof that it can hit Russia, China and US

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Seal the Exits!: The Coming Cashless Society



About this week’s show:
-Employing behavioral psychology to force you to spend
-Swedish Riksbank: charge penalties those who use cash
-The bosses are liquidating: high volume insider selling

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China Buys All the Gold Produced in 2015 (and more)



About this week’s show: 
-We are entering into another debt default cycle
-Forcing people to spend by going to a cashless society
-China pumped 61 Billion dollars in a day into their financial system

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Without Intervention the Markets Will Go Down



About this week’s show:
-QE triggered a six year run up in stock prices
-Subprime crises 2? Banks brace for energy debt defaults
-So goes the Riyal, so goes the Petrodollar

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Ian McAvity: The Death of the Petrodollar



About this week’s  show:
-The Trump phenomenon: Main street’s anger with the establishment
-We’ve now completed a topping in the stock market
-Gold is currently bottoming, a prelude to a major rise
FREE Report from Ian McAvity – Deliberations on World Markets

 

About the guest: Ian McAvity, involved in the world of finance for more than 40 years as a banker, broker, independent advisor and consultant, has producedDeliberations on World Markets since 1972. He specializes in the technical analysis of international equity, foreign exchange and precious metals markets, and has been a featured speaker at investment conferences and technical analyst society gatherings in the U.S., Canada, and Europe over the past 36 years.

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Chinese Markets Lose 590 Billion in 7 Minutes!


About this week’s show:
-Risk assessment: Keeping the first thing the first thing
-Stocks end 2015 down-first time since 2009
-Something hit the fan in the Middle East: Sunni or Shiite?

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Chris Martenson: Creating A World Worth Inheriting



About this week’s show:
-Developing an attitude of “Resilience”
-Developing “Surpluses”- Emotional, Financial & Physical
-Exponential growth driven by exponential debt = Unsustainable

About the guest: Chris Martenson, PhD (Duke), MBA (Cornell) is an economic researcher and futurist specializing in energy and resource depletion, and co-founder of PeakProsperity.com (along with Adam Taggart). To read more, click here

 

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Your Questions Answered 2015 – Part 3


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Rates Rise, Who Dies? Complements of Yellen



About this week’s show:
-Oil Price Collapse: Catastrophe or economic bonus?
-High Yield Dominoes Falling: Junk Bonds first, then the rest
-Governments own numbers say recession, rates rise anyway

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Your Questions Answered 2015 – Part 2


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Your Questions Answered 2015 – Part 1


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Budget Deal Portends Rampant Election Year Spending



About this week’s show:
-Druckenmiller and his “modest” $300 million dollar gold purchase
-Italian bonds pay negative interest rates – Who’da thought?
-Paper gold ratio to real gold hits 231:1 in October!

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Zimbabwe Hyperinflation: “How We Survived”


About this week’s show:
-In the face of injustice: forgiveness or bitterness
-You can take my land, but not my freedom
-Rebuilding a country after its destruction

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