Category Archives: federal reserve

Rickards, Paradoxes, and Getting Ahead

By Chris Campbell We have three big announcements for you today… First: You are no ordinary person. These are no ordinary times. And this is no ordinary episode. The second: I was just inside the White House yesterday. For reasons I’ll tell you later. And our third announcement, which I’ll get to in a moment, is Read More

PROOF that the US Peaked During Ronald Reagan’s Presidency

April 13, 2015 Santiago, Chile On March 16, 1936, the government of the United States published the very first edition of the Federal Register. President Roosevelt had been taking a lot of heat over the previous year; under his New Deal program, dozens of government agencies were passing new rules, regulations, and codes at an Read More

50-Year Veteran – This Global Crisis Is Incredibly Dangerous And More Western Government Theft Is On The Way

With continued uncertainty in global markets, today a 50-year market veteran warned King World News that people should not believe the Western mainstream media because this crisis has now become incredibly dangerous.  He also discussed the coming theft of people’s money by Western governments. John Embry:  “I must say that the current news in virtually all areas Read More

Disaster Is Inevitable When The Two Decade-Old Stock Bubble Bursts

Six years after the Global Financial Crisis, the U.S. stock market continues to soar to new heights with nary a pullback or correction. In this piece, I will explain why the stock market is experiencing a new bubble that is actually another wave of the bubble that has existed since the mid-1990s. A two-decade old Read More

Richard Russell – The “Bear Market In Gold Is Over!” As Desperate Fed May Usher In QE4 And A World Of Hyperinflation

As people continue to digest breaking news out of Greece and around the world, the Godfather of newsletter writers, 90-year-old Richard Russell, announced that the “bear market in gold is over!”  Russell also covered everything from a desperate Fed ushering in QE4, to global hyperinflation, the California drought and coming Great Depression-style work programs. Richard Russell: “The latest data Read More

Hedge Fund Legend Julian Robertson Warns Of A “Complete Explosion” Unless Fed Contains “Boiling, Bubble” Market

Legendary hedge fund manager Julian Robertson, who has been conspicuously absent from CNBC in recent months, spoke with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo about his take on markets. He was hardly bullish, which may explain his absence from the cadre of CNBC bubble cheerleaders. Robertson (in addition to some generic comments on the weather impacting the Read More

It Just Happened: “The Moment the United States Lost its Role as the Underwriter of the Global Economic System.”

bySimon BlackonApril 6, 2015 Last week, the government of China closed the enrollment window to join its new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as a ‘founding member’. The AIIB, if you haven’t heard of this yet, is designed to essentially displace the Western-controlled IMF and World Bank. And prior to last Tuesday’s deadline, dozens of Read More

Putin: More Members To Join BRICS Bank

BRICS are coordinating their policies on key international issues ever more closely, and are playing an active part in shaping a multi-polar world order and developing modern models for the world’s financial and trading systems.  –  Putin,The BRICS Post Vladimir Putin assumed the annual Presidency of the BRICS last Wednesday and Shanghai will be the Read More

Australia Wants to Tax Bank Deposits. Does Anyone Think the US Won’t?

bySimon BlackonApril 1, 2015 Several months ago, the government of Australia proposed to tax bank deposits up to $250,000 at a rate of 0.05% (5 basis points). Their idea was for the money to be invested in a rainy day Financial Stabilization Fund to insure against in the unlikely event of a banking crisis… or Read More

Experts Fear World May Be Headed for Yet Another Financial Crisis

By Dan Weil Only six years after the end of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s some experts are worried another one may be on its way.Some are “warning that the global community has failed to learn the lessons of the Greek debt crisis — or even of Argentina’s default in 2001, the consequences Read More