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Will the Fed Have to Save Emerging Markets with QE4?, by Charles Hugh Smith

From Charles Hugh Smith at oftwominds.com:

The risk-off tide is rising, and sand castles of QE will only hold the tide back for a brief period of apparent calm. 362 more words

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What Are You Afraid Of? My Biggest Financial Fears

I’m scared of a lot of things, including writing this post for the world to see. I’m scared that I need to know everything there is to know about personal finance or I am a terrible blogger. 907 more words


Paying your student loans: simple and straight forward resourse

Paying off your student loans is a tricky process. This summer I wanted to get a head start on my loans and I was left super confused. 426 more words


Statism, Rinse, Repeat...Collapse, by Robert Gore

Pick a perceived problem to which a government has intervened. There’s a stupidity cycle: the intervention makes the problem worse, which leads to more intervention, which makes the problem even worse, and so on. 1,052 more words


Who’s Picking Up the Cost of Graduate Student Debt?

August 20, 2015

A government program that allows student loan borrowers to significantly reduce their monthly payments is growing in popularity—and increasingly eating into federal coffers. 954 more words

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From The Investor Who Called The China Fiasco ——-5 Things Jim Chanos Says You Need To Understand About Red Capitalism, by Linette Lopez

Not enough publicity and credit goes to those who get big market calls right and put their money where their mouths are. SLL salutes Jim Chanos, a China skeptic since at least 2010, who presumably has made a pile the last few months. 308 more words

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