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Precious metals will become currency as the dollar goes bad

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A. Recent headlines:
1. China-Russia currency agreement further threatens U.S. dollar:

http://www.ibtimes.com/china-russia-currency-agreement-further-threatens-us-dollar-248338# 4,751 more words


Dark Ages, Motley Crue and Premature Gravitational Waves

April 23,2014. Let us first talk about something that is on my chest or in my brain but not most of America`s brains. A CBS poll released today demonstrated the population of the U.S knows virtually nothing about Science.   358 more words


I remember Enron like it was yesterday - yesterday's scandal tomorrow's government methodology

One of the comments to the report on the apparent improvement of the UK borrowing to just a smidgin’ below the forecast:


pointed out that if you remove banker’s pay rises average pay increases remain below inflation. 252 more words

Smells Fishy.

President Obama is enjoying his latest excellent adventure. This time it is Japan. He found time out of his busy self-aggrandizing to eat some of the worlds best sushi. 127 more words


Breakfast inflation

One of the least discussed and at the same time most important aspects of this economic crisis is the discrepancy between official inflation measures used by the… 68 more words


Obama and the Price of Beef and Gas

The Obama administration delays, once again, another decision about the Keystone pipeline. He did it because a big donor will spend $100 million in the current cycle to prevent it and Obama wants that money. 128 more words

Obama Administration

The Big Bang Theory: Inflating the Stock Market

The Big Bang Theory, the most watched television comedy, is about a group of physicists and their aspiring actress friend from across the hall. The show often refers to theoretical physicist Sheldon Cooper’s quest for a Nobel Prize in physics as he frequently derides the work of his experimental physicist roommate, Leonard Hofstadter, and puzzles his neighbor, Penny. 758 more words

Karp Financial Strategies Weekly Commentary