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Posts tagged 'Debt'

Ahead of the January FOMC - Craig Hemke (28/01/2020)

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 7673 Views No comments

Much of the talk surrounding gold thus far in 2020 has focused upon geo-political and pandemic risks. While all of this is relevant to price in the short-term, the discussions being held by the Fed's FOMC this week will have a much more durable impact.

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Poloz Mum About Whether BoC Allowing Insiders to Front Run Markets - Peter Diekmeyer (20/01/2020)

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 months ago 3987 Views No comments

A Zero Hedge report raises questions about whether journalists are leveraging insider access at the Bank of Canada to help high-frequency traders.

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Global GDP Still Propped Up By A Massive Amount Of Debt - Steve St Angelo (13/11/2018)

By Steve St. Angelo for SRSRoccoReport 1 years ago 35543 Views No comments

The days of adding one dollar of debt to get one dollar of GDP growth have been long gone for more than 40 years.

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The Volcano of Debt - Craig Hemke (11/06/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 23927 Views 3 comments

As the critical U.S. government entitlement programs begin to falter, the only agreed-to solution from both sides will be debt monetization and currency creation from the Federal Reserve.

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Generation Screwed to Morneau: stop shoveling government debts on Canada’s kids - Peter Diekmeyer (08/03/2018)

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 years ago 19737 Views No comments

Canadian debts are already far worse than experts recognize. The Morneau budget is sticking millennials with an even bigger bill.

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The Dorothy Chronicles - Gary Christenson (21/12/2017)

By Gary Christenson 2 years ago 16572 Views No comments

L. Frank Baum wrote “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” over a century ago. The story charms readers on several levels. The books and movie have been exceptionally popular. This interpretation describes the symbolism.

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The Biggest Bubble Ever, In Three Charts - John Rubino (11/12/2017)

By John Rubino 2 years ago 14829 Views No comments

It’s always shocking to see the numbers we’re dealing with, but even more so lately as history’s biggest financial bubble starts to dwarf its predecessors.

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Broke And Desperate, Part 1: Chicago Pawns A Crown Jewel - John Rubino (14/11/2017)

By John Rubino 2 years ago 14244 Views No comments

A new bond issue from Chicago is rated AAA. That’s great because it means the city’s finances are on the mend, right? Nope, just the opposite.

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The Size Of The Financial Avalanche Coming Grows Larger - Dave Kranzler (13/11/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 2 years ago 15611 Views No comments

Inflation vs deflation. The true economic definition of “inflation” is the rate of increase in the money supply in excess of the rate of increase in wealth output. Inflation is monetary in nature.

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Get Ready To Party Like It’s 2008 - Dave Kranzler (20/10/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 2 years ago 13353 Views No comments

The U.S. financial system is experiencing an asset “bubble” that is unprecedented in history. This is a bubble that has been fueled by an unprecedented amount of Central Bank money printing and credit creation.

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Why Are Financial Advisors Keeping Quiet About A 25% Risk-Free Return? - Peter Diekmeyer (5/7/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 14608 Views 2 comments

One simple strategy would save 120 million Americans tens of thousands of dollars each. But financial experts, politicians and economists are keeping mum. What else aren’t they telling you about?

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Soaring Debt = Slow Growth = Even More Debt = Systemic Crisis - John Rubino (5/6/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 12072 Views No comments

It’s just common sense: Borrow too much money and the weight of this debt makes it hard to do things that used to be easy. This truism is now (finally!) hitting home, and blame is being apportioned.

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When Might the Pillaging End? - Jeff Thomas (11/5/2017)

By Jeff Thomas 3 years ago 15800 Views No comments

At some point, however, debt always generates a major crash. "What could we expect next?" will be that the governments will no longer be able to pay for all of their programmes, so they'll have to cut back. How much will they cut back? That will depend on the severity of the collapse.

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Debt is Financial Life? Nonsense! - Gary Christenson (4/5/2017)

By Gary Christenson 3 years ago 12487 Views No comments

The global economy thrives on debt and credit. We purchase essential products using debt/credit. The U.S. dollar bill is a debt of the Federal Reserve. All debt based assets have counter-party risk.

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The Least Explicable Bubble - John Rubino (4/5/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 8414 Views No comments

Of all the mini-bubbles now inflating out there, maybe the least explicable is the race among emerging market companies to borrow dollars.

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