Monthly Archives: August 2010

Gold Rallying to $1,500 as Soros Buys. Investors are accumulating enough bullion to fill Switzerland’s vaults twice over as gold’s most- accurate forecasters say the longest rally in at least nine decades has further to go no matter what the economy holds. Analysts raised their 2011 … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day:

by Felix Zulauf When an economy shows the weakest recovery on record despite of the biggest monetary and fiscal stimuli on record, something is definitely different from previous cycles. In our view, it is debt deleveraging. So far, the US … Continue reading

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“Monetary Shock and Awe”: Bernanke’s “Nuclear Option”

The Fed is Prepared to Launch Most Radical Intervention in History By Mike Whitney August 28, 2010 The equities markets are in disarray while the bond markets continue to surge. The avalanche of bad news has started to take … Continue reading

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The Web is Dead, Long Live the Internet. Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web is in decline, as simpler, sleeker services — think apps — are less about the searching and more about the getting. Chris Anderson explains how this new paradigm reflects the … Continue reading

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There’s no Such Thing as a Soveriegn Debt Trap

…Especially for Currency Issuing Soveriegn States Escaping the Sovereign Debt Trap: The Remarkable Model of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia by Ellen Brown The current credit crisis is basically a capital crisis: at a time when banks are already … Continue reading

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