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Spirit of Paranoia: A Critical Analysis of “Zeitgeist” (Part III)

The third and final part of Peter Joseph’s Zeitgeist is by far the most fascinating – and perhaps the most delusional and paranoid – of the film’s three sections. 9,347 more words


Bond Bubble has Finally Reached its Apogee

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From http://www.PentoPort.com

Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren recently rattled markets when he warned that low-interest rates were increasing the temperature of the U.S. 937 more words

GDP & Employment

The LEGAL & The FINANCIAL Frauds Used To Enslave Humanity

An introduction to the Financial & Legal Frauds being perpetrated upon Humanity.

Few have heard of ‘CESTUI QUE VIE’, yet this is the LEGAL FRAUD perpetrated upon HUMANITY in Courts throughout the World. 214 more words


24 Sept 2016 (AFR) - Central bankers reach for more ammunition; continue to sweet-talk markets

(24 September 2016, AFR, p15, by Karen Maley)

‘As the haze of battle settles, it is clear the world’s major central banks have once again stared the markets down.’ 141 more words

1.Market Observations

The Fed Casts It’s Vote For Hillary Clinton

  • Damned if they did…
  • The Fed has become a political body
  • Stocks respond
  • Bonds react
  • Commodities are signaling inflation

Seeking Alpha declined to publish this piece…. 1,504 more words


"Has the BoJ signalled the end of QE as we know it?"

That’s what David Keohane asks in yesterday’s FT Alphaville based on recent Citi and Goldman research notes.

Citi’s Buiter:

“In some ways, it is startling that the BoJ, while admitting that inflation rates have weakened (even though still forecast to reach the target in 2019), left the policy rate unchanged and picked the new 10-year yield target around current levels.

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Money And Credit