Category Archives: Business cycle

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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Scott Garrett, Donald Trump and others on why the Fed is the problem

“Now that’s more like it. Echoing Donald Trump’s Monday night bull’s-eye regarding the Fed’s thoroughly political essence, Rep. Scott Garrett put more wood to Janet Yellen du…” Source: The Fed’s Monetary Politburo Is Finally Catching Some Flack






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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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Yes Janet, it is a bubble

“Most of the 90 minutes last night was a waste—with both candidates lobbing well-worn clichés, slogans and sound bites at the audience and each other. But there was one brief moment that made …” Source: The Donald Nailed It: “We Are In … Continue reading






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Just there facts

“Are you ready for the most anticipated presidential debate in decades?  It is being projected that Monday’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could potentially break the all-time record of 80 million viewers that watched Ronald Reagan and Jimmy … Continue reading






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David Stockman’s spot on analysis






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Deja vu, again

“Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are lowering mortgage standards.” Source: Deja vu: Fannie and Freddie Lower Lending Standards | Mises Wire






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Fleckenstein on the Fed’s reckless policies

  Click on the video image below to view his interview.  Gets very testy at the end. “Bill Fleckenstein, Fleckenstein Capital Founder, discusses why he thinks stocks will jump higher and shorting the market does not work.” Source: Fleckenstein: Fed … Continue reading






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Bear market in 2017?

“Money and credit growth in the U.S. has now become inflationary and is encouraging another bubble in stock markets, according to an economist.” Source: The Fed’s ‘costly failure’ is leading to a 2017 bear market, economist says






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This could be the time bomb that rocks the economy

Make no mistake, the criminality and fraud of most, if not all, DC politicians that is being exposed now is also occurring in corporate America and at pension funds, especially with regard to fraud… Source: Wall Street’s Next Ticking Time … Continue reading






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Danger for investors

“…anybody with any objective, critical, independent mind can tell this is an unsustainable, very ephemeral rally in stocks that has occurred since 2009. And when the bond market breaks, when that bubble bursts, it will wipe out every asset — … Continue reading






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Taking Janet Yellen to task

“Playing Politics In honest capitalism, you do what you can to get other people to voluntarily give you money. This usually involves providing goods or services they think are worth the price. You…” Source: Janet Yellen’s Shame






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 Worse Than 1929?

“Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Economic expert and best-selling author David Stockman offers a dire view of the deep financial trouble America faces in his new book titled “Trumped!”   Stockman war…” Source: USA Watchdog Interview: Current Stock And Bond Bubbles Much Worse … Continue reading






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