Category Archives: Banks

 Hillary Clinton’s Secret Weapon

“Say what you want about Donald J. Trump, but he is correct about one thing: the Federal Reserve has, with near certainty, been holding interest rates down for political purposes — namely, to aid Hillary Clinton in getting elected president of … Continue reading






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Hillary in the pockets of Wall Street

“Wall Street is maneuvering to propose and implement a new retirement tax on Americans under a Hillary Clinton Administration. Leading the charge is billionaire financial oligarch Tony James, who is COO of private equity giant Blackstone. Mr. James is a … Continue reading






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The UK retaliates against RT. At the behest of the US?

Robert Wenzel points out the obvious:  governments do not like to be exposed for their nefarious deeds. 






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Stockman’s new book, Trumped, reviewed by Justin Raimondo

I have started reading David Stockman’s new book last week.  It is everything Raimondo says it is.  Read it.   “I have to admit to being alternately puzzled and depressed that I seemed to be the only libertarian with a major … Continue reading






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The importance of free-market interest rates

“The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.” Thomas Sowell Source: Interest Rates and the … Continue reading






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The insiders are at it again…

“The Gold Manipulators Will Be Punished By Egon von Greyerz The selling of gold we saw last week was another desperate attack by the BIS and some central banks, together with the bullion banks, to…” Source: The Gold Manipulators Will … Continue reading






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Podesta, the Clintons and Russian money

Roger Stone lays out the corruption of possibly the next president of  the United States.






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The three bubbles

“The chaos that will arise as trillions of dollars, yen, yuan and euros, etc. try to crowd through the fire exits as the asset bubbles pop will be monumental, and the spikes in small asset class prices as the hot … Continue reading






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The anti-people central bankers

“The media has again begun focusing on the fact that most Americans surveyed have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts.” Source: Thanks to Central Banks, Saving Rates Are Declining Worldwide | Mises Wire






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Out of the blue?  

“Here are nine ‘black swan’ events in recent memory that profoundly changed markets, ranging from the Asian financial crisis of 1997 to the more current Brexit.” Source: Black Swans: 9 Recent Events That Changed Finance Forever






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How big will the next one be?

Source: The Next Recession Looms Large | Euro Pacific Capital






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Here we go again. 

The inevitable consequences of printing money and manipulating interest rates.   “Hardly anyone will do this.” Source: The Coming Recession: Blame the Federal Reserve, Not the President






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An Open Letter to Elizabeth Warren on Gold Fraud

“The letter posted below is from Stewart Dougherty.   Elizabeth Warren on the surface purports to represent middle class interests by associating herself with the erection of the Consumer Financial …” Source: An Open Letter to Elizabeth Warren on Gold Fraud






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Are we at the tipping point?

“THE WORLD IS ON THE EDGE OF A DEFLATIONARY BLACK HOLE The world economy is now at its most dangerous point in history. In virtually every major country or region, there are problems of a magnitude …” Source: The World … Continue reading






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Deja vu, all over again?  

“Europe’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank has lost more than half of its value since January, posing a threat to the stability of other banks across the continent. Some analysts are worried it could invoke a large-scale crisis, bigger than in … Continue reading






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