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Another Red Flag Emerges in the Auto Securitization Market

By Michael Krieger Liberty Blitzkrieg June 13, 2017   Another Red Flag Emerges in the Auto Securitization Market     Irresponsible and dangerous lending practices in the U.S. automobile market have been flagged by many people for a long time, but nobody knows exactly when it will all come to a head and create real […]

Another Red Flag Emerges in the Auto Securitization Market

The One Trillion Dollar Consumer Auto Loan Bubble Is Beginning To Burst

The One Trillion Dollar Consumer Auto Loan Bubble Is Beginning To Burst

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog September 7, 2016   The One Trillion Dollar Consumer Auto Loan Bubble Is Beginning To Burst     Do you remember the subprime mortgage meltdown from the last financial crisis?  Well, this time around we are facing a subprime auto loan meltdown.  In recent years, auto lenders have become […]


The Bailouts Were for the Banks: Study Confirms Rescue Loans Didn’t Serve Greeks

By Andrea Germanos Common Dreams May 5, 2016   The Bailouts Were for the Banks: Study Confirms Rescue Loans Didn’t Serve Greeks ‘The only reason why they effected this so-called bailout of Greece was to save their own banks and to present this as solidarity with Greece’     A new study offers more confirmation […]

The Bailouts Were for the Banks: Study Confirms Rescue Loans Didn't Serve Greeks

The Subprime Auto Loan Meltdown Is Here

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog February 25, 2016   The Subprime Auto Loan Meltdown Is Here     Uh oh – here we go again.  Do you remember the subprime mortgage meltdown during the last financial crisis?  Well, now a similar thing is happening with auto loans.  The auto industry has been doing better […]


The Oil Crash Of 2016 Has The Big Banks Running Scared

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog January 19, 2016   The Oil Crash Of 2016 Has The Big Banks Running Scared     Last time around it was subprime mortgages, but this time it is oil that is playing a starring role in a global financial crisis.  Since the start of 2015, 42 North American oil […]

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Is the Auto Loan Bubble Ready to Pop?

By Tommy Behnke Mises.org January 11, 2016   Is the Auto Loan Bubble Ready to Pop?   On Tuesday, it was announced that over seventeen million new vehicles were sold in 2015, the highest it’s ever been in United States history. While the media claims that this record has been reached because of drastic improvements to […]


What I Learned Over Dinner in Athens Last Night…

By Bill Bonner Bonner & Partners July 14, 2015   What I Learned Over Dinner in Athens Last Night…     MADRID – The Dow rose 217 points yesterday, even though Greece missed a $500-million loan payment to the IMF. And the country needs to come up with another $8 billion by July 20, when […]


Why Do We Celebrate Rising Home Prices?

By Ryan McMaken Mises.org May 26, 2015   Why Do We Celebrate Rising Home Prices?   In recent years, home price indices have seemed to proliferate. Case-Shiller, of course, has been around for a long time, but over the past decade, additional measures have been marketed aggressively by Trulia, CoreLogic, and Zillow, just to name […]


Repeal, Don’t Reform the IMF!

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute March 29, 2015     Repeal, Don’t Reform the IMF!   A responsible financial institution would not extend a new loan of between 17 and 40 billion dollars to a borrower already struggling to pay back an existing multi-billion dollar loan. Yet that is just what the International Monetary […]


Our House of Cards

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler Paul Craig Roberts.org February 12, 2015   Our House of Cards   As John Williams (shadowstats.com) has observed, the payroll jobs reports no longer make any logical or statistical sense. Ask yourself, do you believe that retailers responded to the very disappointing Christmas season by rushing out […]

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Why Are So Many Recent Car Loan Borrowers Missing Payments?

By Chris Morran Consumerist   Why Are So Many Recent Car Loan Borrowers Missing Payments?   Like my new wheels? I got it through an 8-year loan with a 22% APR. What a steal! [Note: Not actually my car] (photo Axion23)   In 2014, new car sales increased to 16.5 million, the highest level since […]


Michael Badnarik: The Constitution is Still Relevant

Video Location: http://rtr.org/vid/5472/michael-badnarik-the-constitution-is-still-relevant Published on Oct 19, 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel http://www.constitutionpreservation.org/ http://www.infowarsmoneybomb.com ### [CIM] As mentioned in the interview as essential reading, The Law By Frederic Bastiat, can be downloaded free for either the written or the audio book here: The Law by Frederick Bastiat