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Markets Should Fear Central Banks More Than Trump

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From Pento Portfolio Strategies

Trump’s economic agenda has become further delayed by what seems like daily leaks from the White House. 615 more words

GDP & Employment

Pope Francis and Trump finally meet. What you need to know Wednesday

U.K. remains on high alert following deadly Manchester bombing

The investigation surrounding the bombing that killed at least 22 people, including children, intensifies Wednesday after  560 more words


Untold Origins of the Federal Reserve

Source: LFB.org, by Chris Campbell

“Progressive” is often a word we hear bandied about to describe very destructive things.

It’s “progressive,” for example, to believe taking responsibility for your individual thoughts, words and actions is a fool’s errand. 518 more words


Here’s What the Fed Will Do in June

Fro the Daily Reckoning


Bears flee in headlong retreat. Order has returned to the streets…

The Dow rebounded 56 points yesterday after Wednesday’s 373-point insurrection. 324 more words


Importance Of Randomness

By Alasdair Macleod – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

The greatest strength of a truly free market economy, where money is sound and does not corrupt prices, is the absence of cyclical action. 3,710 more words

GDP & Employment

The Federal Reserve Must Go

Source: The Economic Collapse blog, by Michael Snyder

If you want to permanently fix America’s economy, there really is no other choice.  Even before Ron Paul’s rallying cry of… 867 more words

The Fed

Bernanke’s Confetti Courage

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

Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s book titled “The Courage to Act” is now available in paperback. This isn’t a surprise because, after all, his proclivity to print paper encompasses the totality of what his courage to act was all about. 710 more words

GDP & Employment