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"It enslaves us and future generations..." -- Mike MaloneyThis week, the Fed launched a disastrous PR campaign - their very own Facebook page. And the comments have been pouring in! In this video, Mike weighs in on this nightmare and reminds us of the evil system the Fed created that transfers wealth from us to the banking system. Be sure to watch episode 4 of Mike's hit YouTube series the Hidden Secrets of Money to learn exactly how the Fed pulls off this scam. Even if you've seen it before, it's worth a second viewing.
Jeff Clark shows you how many ounces of silver you'll need to buy a second home (or more!) in the near future...
Slower revenue growth and large spending will expand the US budget deficit to $590 billion in the fiscal year ending September 30, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).
Monetary expansion is all the rage in the major economies, with central bank after central bank employing tools like quantitative easing and ultra-low – or even negative – interest rates to boost their economies’ competitiveness. Where does it end?
To put it bluntly – the country’s fiscal outlook is somewhat grim for the foreseeable future.
Market dislocations occur when financial markets, operating under stressful conditions, experience large widespread asset mispricing. Welcome to this week’s edition of “World Out Of Whack” where every Wednesday we take time out of our day to laugh, poke fun at and present to ...
The Fed, & all the world's central banks, have thus far proven themselves unable to combat financial deflation.
That Visa-based payment ring is no longer limited to athletes who made it to the Olympics in Rio. Anyone can now pre-order an NFC Ring that lets you tap to pay...
The Federal Reserve, for example, has already warned that financial technology could pose stability risks to the US financial system.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar discuss why government programs continue to fail.
"The CNBC Fed Survey - 60 percent say the central bank lacks a framework for deciding on interest rates. "The Fed has failed to come to a consensus on communications,
It's tough to enjoy the final days of summer when the FED can't just relax their wind pipes. The continued contradictions emanating from those who sit in the same meetings is jeopardizing the Fed's credibility ... AGAIN. Last Monday, San Francisco Fed President John Williams published an economic letter in which he posed the concept…
George Orwell's classic novel 1984 described a nation engulfed in continuous warfare. That dystopian vision is growing remarkably similar in the current economic reality
The most critical element of the BREXIT is that it is THE closing bell being rung on the period of Centralization from 2009 to today.
The M1 Money Multiplier is the ratio of M1* to the St. Louis Adjusted Monetary Base and it has been below 1.0 since June 2009, the end of The Great Recession (at least according to the NBER). The culprit? The massive increase in excess reserves. What does a M1 Money Multiplier less than 1.o indicate? For every…
Unfortunately, existing home sales are only back to 2001 levels. That dang credit bubble really took the wind out of the sails of the US economy. And nothing has been the same since.
The corresponding bad news is that whatever you dislike about the labor market can't really be blamed on the Great Recession any more.
Rubino gives his view on what the Fed may do with interest rates, says they want & need to raise rate but either scenario leads to a financial crisis.
Michael Oliver gives the latest on his technical readings for gold, T-Bonds and other market indicators.
The consequences of negative-interest-rate policies – financial repression – are soon to be widely felt.
The greatest global economic threat is deflation and a lack of global demand. Of course, the solution to that is more printed money for bankers in the form of economic stimulus. The reality, is quite the opposite. Oil prices are up 47% in 2016. Health care
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Do you know where most of the purchasing power in the United States comes from? In addition to reactionary economic policy that drives the printing of new dollars whenever the whim strikes, paper currency extends its reach through fractional reserve banking. In the past, currency had to be borrowed from those who were saving; now, it is stretched to the breaking point. Today, every bank loans out the maximum allowed. When you deposit $10 in a checking account, that bank can loan out all but ten percent. That $9 is passed back into the economy and deposited into another bank; 90 percent of that deposit can again be loaned. Ultimately, a $10 deposit in a checking account creates $100 in fractional currency. A single dollar, in the hands of a modern bank, can become ten or more with fractional reserve lending.
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