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Posts Tagged ‘Inflation

The declining exchange value of the US dollar

August 13, 2011

There is no danger of the US defaulting on its bonds. The bonds are denominated in US dollars, and dollars can be created without limit. If equities continue to fall, if flight continues from the euro, if bank fees drive people out of cash, it is possible, for awhile, that the inflows into Treasuries can […]

What is in store for the US economy?

August 12, 2011

Between 2001 and 2005 an estimated $2.4 trillion in wealth was created from the refinancing of mortgages and home equity loans. This money was only available because of artificially escalating housing prices. And when this easy money spigot was shut off, a private debt crisis was created. Meanwhile, the Fed does everything it can to […]

Protect Yourself in the Global Financial Meltdown

August 9, 2011

With daily economic forecasts projecting doom and gloom and no recovery in sight, people need to learn how to survive economic disaster. Robert Wiedemer’s new book, “Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown,” quickly is becoming the survival guide for the 21st century. This wasn’t the first time Wiedemer’s predictions hit […]

Tunisia first revolution sparked by WikiLeaks

January 15, 2011

Tunisia’s government has collapsed, partially due to food price inflation and unemployment, but also because of WikiLeaks. One of the U.S. government cables released by WikiLeaks exposed the corruption of Tunisia’s President’s family, its reach into business in the country, and ability to transcend the rule of law. The government attempted to block access to […]

The undeclared creeping US bankruptcy

January 5, 2011

In essence the US is bankrupt, but how will it go about filing for bankruptcy? There are 2 ways – one is to default on its debts. This would create a massive convulsion and crash the markets, leading to an almost instant depression. This is not so attractive to politicians or the elites as it […]

QE quantitative easing same old government fraud

November 16, 2010

One day, the king of ancient Babylon summoned his treasury overseer and exclaimed, “I need more money to wage war on those Hittite terrorists! I looked in the great treasure chest and it’s nearly empty. There are hardly any gold coins left,” he thundered. “Oh Light of the Euphrates,” groveled his terrified minister, “we are […]

The economic effects of Israel invading Iran

June 30, 2010

Pravda’s take on warships looming around Iran: Israel will never allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons, and Iran is absolutely determined to continue developing a nuclear program. War between Israel and Iran would not just affect the Middle East – it would have staggering implications for the rest of the globe. 1) The Price Of […]