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New Law Would Make Taxpayers Potentially Liable For TRILLIONS In Derivatives Losses

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog   New Law Would Make Taxpayers Potentially Liable For TRILLIONS In Derivatives Losses   If the quadrillion dollar derivatives bubble implodes, who should be stuck with the bill?  Well, if the “too big to fail” banks have their way it will be you and I.  Right now, lobbyists for […]

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Video: Financial Analyst: “We Are Very, Very Close To A Major Event Here”

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com   Video: Financial Analyst: “We Are Very, Very Close To A Major Event Here”   For those paying attention to the global economy and the geo-political environment it’s hard not to see that something very serious is going on. Russia is currently involved in one of the largest militarization efforts in […]

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My Translation of Yellen’s Speech on Bank Regulation

Source: http://www.lewrockwell.com By Gary North GaryNorth.com My Translation of Yellen’s Speech on Bank Regulation   Janet Yellen gave a speech on July 2. It of course received considerable attention in the financial media. Over the years, I have dutifully provided translations of speeches by the chairmen of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System […]


Why the Mainstream Fails to Understand Recessions

  Source: http://mises.org By Hal Snarr Why the Mainstream Fails to Understand Recessions   In a 2010 Bloomberg Television interview, Alan Greenspan said, “The general notion the Fed was propagator of the bubble by monetary policy does not hold up to the evidence. … Everybody missed it — academia, the Federal Reserve, all regulators.” Everybody […]

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10 peaking megabubbles signal impending stock crash (?)

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino 10 peaking megabubbles signal impending stock crash (?)     It’s been an interesting if not fun ride up in the markets. Through a 6-year economic slowdown stock markets have rallied and rallied and rallied. Everyone assumes that the Fed is backstopping the market, that it has to for […]