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Is the Fed a Perpetual Bubble-Maker? David Stockman Discusses. - YouTube

Is the Fed a Perpetual Bubble-Maker? David Stockman Discusses. - YouTube | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
WATCH Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers warns that increased income inequality in the United States is reducing economic growth and drawing similaritie...
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Bubbles = Troubles!

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Infographic: Would you throw this pile of money away? You already do.

Infographic: Would you throw this pile of money away?  You already do. | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
The difference between good and great is found in the details. As discussed in this infographic, a few little investing ideas can make a big difference.
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How can your money go further? Stop Spending it.

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Why Gold and Silver Are at an Important 'Make-or-Break' Point - Forbes

Why Gold and Silver Are at an Important 'Make-or-Break' Point - Forbes | HyperInflation | Scoop.it

Gold and silver are at a critical juncture that could determine whether they plunge further or finally rebound. - The scary thing is that Al Queda is buying gold and silver.  Do they have a nuke?  If this is the case, why are banks manipulating the price down?  Shouldn't it go up to make them pay more?

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Gold and silver are at a critical juncture that could determine whether they plunge further or finally rebound. - The scary thing is that Al Queda is buying gold and silver.  Do they have a nuke?  If this is the case, why are banks manipulating the price down?  Shouldn't it go up to make them pay more?

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Dimes on Black and Dynamite on Red

Dimes on Black and Dynamite on Red | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
John Hussman explains why stocks are a terrible deal at current prices
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WARNING - US STOCK MARKET HAS NO UPSIDE - John believes that at today’s lofty prices, the US stock market is worse than overvalued. It’s a speculator’s nightmare: minimal upside with retirement-ruining downside. His advice is to sell your stocks and wait for the stock market to revert to its mean, as it always does.

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Inflation hawks: The job killers at the Fed | Real-World Economics ...

Inflation hawks: The job killers at the Fed | Real-World Economics ... | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
While the Fed cannot always boost the economy as much as it would like with lower interest rates and other policies, there is little doubt that it can slow the economy with higher interest rates. Higher interest rates will ...
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What does it say on a US coin - In God we trust? - It should say 'Lest we Forget" [the principles the US was founded with] - Freedom has now become Oppression.

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Pinetree Capital Ltd. Announces Forbearance Agreement With Convertible Debenture Holders

Pinetree Capital Ltd. Announces Forbearance Agreement With Convertible Debenture Holders | HyperInflation | Scoop.it

Sheldon Inwentash, the Company's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer has retired. Mr. Inwentash has led the Company since its inception in 1992, through periods of incredible growth and challenging times. The board of directors extends its appreciation for his innumerable contributions and 23 years of dedicated service to Pinetree
Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2015/02/13/pinetree-capital-ltd-announces-forbearance-agreement-with-convertible-debenture#R7XB1wcRAvqcOMIy.99


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Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears.  Here is a sad tale of the commodity boom gone bust.  Icarus has landed without his feathers. - A. Paul GIll

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Bank of Canada shocks markets with cut in key interest rate

Bank of Canada shocks markets with cut in key interest rate | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
The Bank of Canada surprised markets today by cutting its key overnight lending rate by a quarter of a percentage point, citing the economic threat posed by plunging oil prices.
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Interest Rates in Canada going down  .75 - when is the consumer going to participate in this trickle down?  The banks are making money!  Real economic recovery will only happen when the consumer and taxpayers participate!  Share this!  - Best A. Paul Gill

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Metal shares crack over 4% on China growth concerns, strong US dollar - Economic Times

Metal shares crack over 4% on China growth concerns, strong US dollar - Economic Times | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
Earnings of metal companies are directly related to prices. If metal prices decline then it is expected to have negative impact on earnings.
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No bottom in sight yet, very bearish sentiments.  Seeking a sharp upturn in January.  Metal shares crack over 4% on China growth concerns, strong US dollar - Economic Times

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Copper May Be Signalling No Growth: Horwitz - Bloomberg

Copper May Be Signalling No Growth: Horwitz - Bloomberg | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
Copper May Be Signalling No Growth: Horwitz
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Aug. 18 (Bloomberg) -- On today's “Futures In Focus,” Averagejoeoptions.com's Todd Horwitz and Bloomberg's Kenneth Hoffman discuss the price of copper on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg).
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 Copper May Be Signalling No Growth: Bloomberg - do lower copper prices mean lower growth?

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Check Out the Current Gold/Oil and Oil/Natural Gas Ratios vs. Long-Term Averages | National Inflation Association

Check Out the Current Gold/Oil and Oil/Natural Gas Ratios vs. Long-Term Averages | National Inflation Association | HyperInflation | Scoop.it
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Be fearful America - a crash precedes hyperinflation.

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