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Bill Holter--Report On Greenspan's Legacy Tour #2345

FSN GoldandSilver

Bill Holter of Miles Franklin was fortunate to be at the New Orleans Money Show where he got to hear the Maestro former Fed Chief Alan Greenspan speak. 58 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

Meeting with Axel Merk, World Economic Update

As mentioned earlier, Axel Merk, founder of the Merk Funds, a huge complex of currency Mutual funds, was in Dallas last week, and took time to come by the office and catch up. 360 more words

Investing/Financial Planning

Greenspan's Stunning Admission: "Gold Is Currency; No Fiat Currency, Including the Dollar, Can Match It"

Editor’s Note: Wow!  This really is shocking…  This is what they say “behind closed doors”, and you are to stupid to understand this dear Sheeple, nothing to see here, move along… 62 more words

Dumbing Us Down

One probable answer to activity during elections

Reading into Alan Greenspan’s “The age of turbulence” one has come across a very interesting piece of reading which might help the reader in understanding to a small degree how elections and presidents work. 510 more words

Economics

Alan Greenspan: QE Failed To Help The Economy, The Unwind Will Be Painful, "Buy Gold"

Courtesy of Zerohedge:

It appears it is time for some Hillary-Clinton-esque backtracking and Liesman-esque translation of just what the former Federal Reserve Chief really meant. As The Wall Street Journal reports, the Fed chief from 1987 to 2006 says the Fed’s bond-buying program fell short of its goals, and had a lot more to add. 391 more words

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Precious Metals : Thursday 30 October 2014

Written at 06:30 London Time

Source: D.S.

The precious metals complex declined on Wednesday following the October FOMC statement at 19:00 London Time. The Committee decided to conclude its asset purchase program this month as recent economic information from the September FOMC Meeting (September 29) broadly supported the Committee’s expectation of ongoing improvement in labor market conditions and inflation moving back toward its longer-run objective. 714 more words

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