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Risks Posed By The War On Cash

By Mark O’Byrne & Jan Skoyles – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Cash is the new “barbarous relic” according to many central banks and regulators. Moreover, some economists believe there is a strong, concerted push for a ‘cashless society’. 5,656 more words

Monetary Policy

NUCLEAR Levels of QE Are Coming

By Graham Summers – Re-Blogged From Gains Pains & Capital

The Central Banks are going to go absolutely nuclear within the next 18 months.

In the last few weeks we’ve seen the Bank of Japan, the Bank of England, the European Central and the US Federal Reserve all push for… 316 more words

GDP & Employment

Whats The Difference Between Debt And Deficit.

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Debt. Deficit.

The two most loaded terms in all of macro finance, their connotations inspiring legislation and executive decisions that affect us all. Yet every year, you can find a few congressional candidates who don’t know the difference between these two important concepts. 1,062 more words

US Economy

Silver, Debt, and Deficits – From an Election Year Perspective

By Gary Christenson – Re-Blogged From The Deviant Investor

It is an election year. We should anticipate 8 years of upcoming trauma, following nearly 8 years of “hope and change,” after 8 years of “no nation building,” after 8 years of “I did not have sexual relations with that woman.” 564 more words

Monetary Policy

Equity Bubble Has Run Out of Excuses and Time

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

It is finally going to be a make or break earnings season for stocks. This is because the justification for record high stock prices that have been perched atop extremely stretched valuation metrics has been the following false assumptions: the hope that the Federal Reserve will not resume its interest rate hiking cycle, the U.S. 772 more words

GDP & Employment

“Price inflation” Is Not The Biggest Problem

By Steve Saville – Re-Blogged From The Speculative Investor

All else remaining equal, an increase in the supply of money will lead to a decrease in the purchasing-power (price) of money. 504 more words

GDP & Employment

Strong Bonds

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Investors are not witnessing the beginning of the “great bond market sell-off” according to HSBC Senior Economic Advisor, Stephen King, as German 10 year government bond yields moved into positive territory for the first time since late June while U.K. 513 more words

The Fed