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Greek Independence Day

As the Greeks prepare to vote for a modicum of financial independence on July 5th, the amount of hatred for the Greek government in the financial press is ratcheting up. 444 more words



the dum’ dog reads from NME propaganda sheets—and credits stuff where he thinks it


—so plough on and see what you think. (For the source, look to the ‘Comments’ section below.) 169 more words


Time for Germany to payback Greece

So Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s government has defaulted on its payment to the IMF.

And the world’s bankers have been put on notice. Tsipras was not elected by the ECB or IMF autocrats, he was elected by the Greek people and that’s who he is doing right by. 422 more words


Who is shoring up markets?

So global markets considered the Greek event with a one day sell off. Slight correction and all is well again.

China is no longer in correction mode with the Shanghai index gaining more than 5% overnight. 134 more words


These bitcoin tunes will get you grooving to the cryptocurrency beat

  • Yes, there is a bitcoin song.
  • While the technology behind bitcoin is impressive, it would not amount to much without such a fervent community supporting it.
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sulkyjurist2634 - Home Loans for Bad Credit: Have Your Own Home Despite Monetary Problems

At some point in life, it is almost guaranteed that you will be applying for a loan of some sort. Paying cash for products and services is not only becoming obsolete, it’s terribly inconvenient. 30 more words

Greek talks have more layers than the very best Phyllo dough in Athens

Markets around the world are rallying on the premise that Greece will knuckle under and concede to the Trioka demands.

The consensus believing it is best for the most people possible to have Greece accept austerity to the nth degree, so therefore it will get done, so buy. 215 more words