Monthly Archives: October 2011

Oct 31

Parental guidance

Sally has two kids, which is what you call 30-year-olds when you’re sixty. “My partner and I have been following…

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Oct 31

In 2009, Greek Debt-to-GDP was 127%; Target for 2020 is now 120%; Is this Progress?

Depending on your point of view, your holding of Greek debt, and whether or not you live in Greece, here…

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Oct 31

The Ultimate Money SHELL Game…where does ‘money’ derive from?

How do ‘money units’ emerge from the mind (consciousness) of select men? If you look out at our physical Universe, I…

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Oct 31

Is US Culture Stifling Entrepreneurship?

On a recent trip to NYC, I finally tried a New York bagel. One semester while I was studying in…

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Oct 31

Schiff Takes on Cornel West and the 99%

Gary Gibson, New York, New York... We were stuck in Chicago O'Hare. Our connecting flight to New York had been delayed…

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Oct 31

10 Cardinal Rules Guide Your Wealth

Over time, investors encounter bulls, bears, market tops, bottoms and everything in between. Not to mention endless unpredictability and volatility. It's a…

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Oct 31

Europe to Recapitalize Banks Without Raising any Capital; Berlusconi Defiant as Focus Shifts to Italy; Sarkozy Under Fire for Seeking China’s Help

Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi denies entering an agreement for early elections and arrogantly insists he is the only one…

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Oct 31

The Daily Reckoning October 31st

Rallies in October from the Past, Present and Future Despite a dose of reasonably severe buyer’s remorse dampening markets today, the…

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Oct 30

Peoplenomics

It’s called the index of fear. The VIX measures volatility or, more precisely, the expectation of market uncertainty over the…

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Oct 30

Massive Intervention in Yen; Japan Finance Minister Promises to “Intervene Until I’m Satisfied”; Race to Debase Back On; Will It Work?

The headlines on the Yen tonight are rather amusing. Two hours ago Bloomberg reported Yen Climbs to Postwar Record Versus Dollar…

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Oct 29

Treaty of Debt – An Eye Opening Video on the ESM Bailout Mechanism

Inquiring minds are interested in the terms of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) accord scheduled to replace the EFSF. The…

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Oct 29

European Summit: A Plan with No Details

Where is the peace dividend that was supposed to come after the end of the Cold War? Where are the…

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Oct 29

The Weekend Vigilante

Welcome to The Weekend Vigilante! I've got a collection of interesting and funny information and videos this week, so let's get…

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Oct 29

Spain’s Unemployment “Unexpectedly” Rises to 21.52%; Expect Market Focus to Shift from Greece to Portugal, Spain, Italy

With news of a "voluntary" haircut on Greek bonds of 50%, it's time to look ahead to the next big…

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Oct 28

This pathetic blog

Three years and eight months ago I started this blog to coincide with writing a book on the troubled future…

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Oct 28

Fitch says 50% Haircuts would Constitute Default; No Official Ruling from ISDA Yet; Wrong Decision Could Kill CDS Market; How Will Setup be Resolved?

The yield on 10-year Italian bonds is back over 6% following a weaker than expected bond auction. Who wants to…

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Oct 28

In Defense of the 1%

Last week, I spent the afternoon visiting the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in lower Manhattan. I brought a film crew and a sign…

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Oct 28

The Problem with Godvernment

I received quite a few reader emails in response to my column on Occupy Wall Street last Friday. While most were…

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Oct 28

The Wall of Worry Is Still There But Not as Foreboding

In my last column I made the statement that if only we could ignore Europe, global economic fears would not…

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