News December, 2014

Play Video marc faber on markets, money printing and gold July 24, 2014 - 07:19:10 PDT

Marc Faber on Markets, Money Printing and Gold

Gold is traditionally seen as a safe haven asset and a hedge against inflation during times of economic turmoil. It has risen around 8 percent this year to $1,308 per ounce amid heightened geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and Ukraine. Read More »

the gold series - 2014 trends and beyond (part 5 of 5) July 24, 2014 - 16:59:27 PDT

The Gold Series - 2014 Trends and Beyond (PART 5 of 5)

This infographic, the finale of our five part 2014 Gold Series, covers Gold trends that investors should be watching through the rest of the year & beyond. Read More »

there will be no warning when the next financial crisis hits July 24, 2014 - 16:47:33 PDT

There Will Be No Warning When the Next Financial Crisis Hits

Central Banks, Bank CEOs, politicians… all of these people are focused primarily on maintaining CONFIDENCE in the system, NOT on fixing the system’s problems. Indeed, they cannot even openly discuss the system’s problems because it would quickly reve... Read More »

the current ecb programs create a qe-like environment, setting up for moral hazards July 24, 2014 - 16:36:49 PDT

The current ECB programs create a QE-like environment, setting up for moral hazards

In spite of weakening economic growth, persistent credit contraction, and dangerously low inflation rate in a number of member states (chart below), the ECB continues to resist calls for Fed-style outright securities purchases. Instead the central ba... Read More »

world central bank secret agreements? - martin armstrong July 24, 2014 - 16:29:45 PDT

World Central Bank Secret Agreements? - Martin Armstrong

The ECB is happy with that for flooding Europe with more euros & keeping interest rates at zero of moving negative, they assume the Euro will collapse & they will at last be able to stimulate jobs by selling cheaper goods. That strategy depen... Read More »

russia starts reinforcing naval fleet in crimea July 24, 2014 - 16:23:18 PDT

Russia Starts Reinforcing Naval Fleet In Crimea

Russia announced Wednesday that it had begun expanding & modernizing its Black Sea fleet based in Crimea with new ships & submarines, just months after annexing the peninsula from Ukraine. Read More »

Play Video steve hanke talks argentine debt and karl denninger on wearables and fed policy July 24, 2014 - 15:56:55 PDT

Steve Hanke talks Argentine debt and Karl Denninger on wearables and Fed policy

Dr. Steve Hanke sat down with Erin to talk about the serious debt problems Argentina faces. Hanke goes into the details & gives some history about Argentina’s debt problems. Read More »

european central bank  says it has been hacked in apparent blackmail attempt July 24, 2014 - 15:50:17 PDT

European Central Bank Says It Has Been Hacked in Apparent Blackmail Attempt

The incident was embarrassing for an institution that prizes security & confidentiality. The central bank has a trove of highly confidential information including records of transactions between commercial banks in the eurozone & the central ... Read More »

here is how amazon's ugliest quarter in years looked like in six charts July 24, 2014 - 15:33:02 PDT

Here Is How Amazon's Ugliest Quarter In Years Looked Like In Six Charts

Remember, It's All The Snow's Fault: None of The Above Has Anything to Do With The State of The US Consumer. Read More »

banks may have to set aside more to cover bad loans July 24, 2014 - 15:00:46 PDT

Banks May Have to Set Aside More to Cover Bad Loans

Changes to international accounting standards will mean banks have to record potential losses from their loan portfolios sooner, rather than waiting for borrowers to default. Read More »

c’mon alan! bubbles are caused by central bankers, not “human nature” - david stockman July 24, 2014 - 14:54:08 PDT

C’mon Alan! Bubbles Are Caused By Central Bankers, Not “Human Nature” - David Stockman

C’mon. The historical record makes absolutely clear that Greenspan panicked time and again when speculation reached a fevered peak in financial markets. Instead of allowing the free market to cleanse itself & liquidate reckless gamblers employing... Read More »

japan’s bond-hugging banks are pinning abe down July 24, 2014 - 14:36:28 PDT

Japan’s Bond-Hugging Banks Are Pinning Abe Down

Japanese lenders’ outsized government bond holdings have Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a chokehold. Unless banks shed the load now, they might try to dump the debt when the Bank of Japan stops printing money & causes bond prices to fall. A stamped... Read More »

imf hedges bets on asset bubbles July 24, 2014 - 14:23:17 PDT

IMF Hedges Bets on Asset Bubbles

Ultra-low interest rates around the world are fueling financial bubbles & pushing investors into overvalued assets, the International Monetary Fund has warned in a marked shift of policy. Read More »

Play Video china’s debt soars to 250% of gdp July 24, 2014 - 14:08:31 PDT

China’s Debt Soars to 250% of GDP

Things Have Got So Bad – It Will Probably Take A Financial Crisis To Cleanse The Bad Stuff Out Of The System..."I Think There Will Be An Avalanche Of Defaults Coming Out Of The System. This Is Only The Beginning," Read More »

what if we never left the gold standard? part ii July 24, 2014 - 13:44:27 PDT

What If We Never Left The Gold Standard? Part II

Part I ended by challenging readers to engage in a difficult, mental feat: imagining sanity. Our present pseudo-reality (dubbed “the New Normal” by the Corporate media) has been so insane, for so long, that few of us have any recollections at all of ... Read More »





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