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Gold Stocks’ Major Breakout

By Adam Hamilton – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

The left-for-dead gold stocks have rallied dramatically this past week, surging to a major breakout.  This pivotal technical event reveals the hyper-bearish psychology plaguing this sector in recent months is dissipating, paving the way for investment capital to return.  2,256 more words

GDP & Employment

Time to End Monetary Central Planning

Source: EpicTimes.com, by Richard Ebeling

There is no way to describe current Federal Reserve policy other than as monetary confusion and misdirection. In a nutshell, Janet Yellen and the other members of the Fed’s Board of Governors have no idea what to do. 267 more words

The Elite, Or “TPTB”

Who’s Profited Most from 7 Years of Fed Policy…. Well the Fed of Course!

October 8, 2015 Now that’s heavy stuff

So I’m often asked whether I really believe that government and policymakers intentionally create laws and policies that hurt the people and help themselves.   153 more words

Pure Unadulterated Insanity

I’m watching the stock and bond markets gyrate after the release of the minutes of the last Fed meeting. They gyrations illustrate the dependence of the illusion of viability of the economy on faith in the Fed. 68 more words


Some Countries Have Begun To Ban Physical Cash

By Graham Summers – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Central Banks hate physical cash. So much so they there will likely try to ban it in the near future. 727 more words

GDP & Employment

Income Inequality: Natural and Unnatural Causes

With Bernie Sanders, Pope Francis, and Thomas Piketty all talking about it, income inequality is a rather hot topic among political and newsy circles today. From these voices, we often hear condemnations of freewheeling capitalism for supposedly creating this gross accumulation of wealth among the rich. 1,842 more words

Social Ethics