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Nov 19

Breakfast with a Lord of War

By David Galland, Partner, Casey Research For reasons that will become apparent as you read the following article, I was quite…

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Nov 18

Will You Light $180,000 on Fire by Taking

By Dennis Miller On the television series Dragnet, Sgt. Joe Friday was known for his calm demeanor while questioning witnesses. When…

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Nov 18

Parents

Mortgage brokers made the news yesterday talking about the Bank of Mom (and Dad). More on that in a moment. The…

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Nov 18

Gold & Future – Looking Brighter?

The emails now favor those who are reformed gold “investors” with still some diehard believers in fiat, manipulations, and paper…

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Nov 18

Added To My Basket of Miners Yesterday; “I

In the wake of plunging gold, people constantly asked when I would throw in the towel. I was somewhat puzzled by…

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Nov 18

What Blows Up First? Part 5: Shale Oil

One of the surest signs that a bubble is about to burst is junk bonds behaving like respectable paper. That…

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Nov 17

I Feel Bad

“Canadian homes up 7% at $420,000 from just last month according to CREA press release,” the snippy little blog poster…

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Nov 17

What If Silicon Valley Moved to Puerto Rico?

By Gerald Nowotny The tax benefits of Puerto Rican residency gained some attention and notoriety when hedge fund billionaire John Paulson…

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Nov 17

Deferring OAS & CPP pensions

The changes pertain to deferring receipt of OAS and CPP benefits. However, those changes may not be understood by all. Today's maximum…

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Nov 17

“Mystery of the Unexpected” Explained; Japan Slides Into

With two consecutive quarters of contracting Gross Domestic Product, Japan is officially back in recession. GDP shrank 1.6% annualized. Unadjusted for…

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Nov 17

What The Fed has Wrought

The chart below might be the most powerful indictment of the Federal Reserve and our corporate fascist empire of debt…

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Nov 16

Swiss Gold Referendum in Perspective

A number of readers have asked me to comment on the Swiss Gold Referendum and what it may mean for…

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Nov 16

The Truth About G20 Banking Directive

Apparently my post is now being taken up and regurgitated by others rewriting what I have written that your bank…

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Nov 16

TheUrge

“We’re pregnant,” Jim said. I tried to imagine that, and failed. Just one of those annoying verbal bridges, of course. Margie’s…

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Nov 15

The Precious Metals – The Bounce?

  The metals bottomed during the week of November 3rd on schedule. It now appears if we achieve that rally…

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Nov 15

John Major Sees 50% Chance UK Leaves EU,

Former UK Prime Minister John Major warns of Split Between UK and European Union. The split is blatantly obvious, but since…

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Nov 14

Managing Risk

She’s early thirties, renting and saving. Big saving. “I, along with my partner have saved approx. $200k over a number…

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Nov 14

France Fesses Up: “Deficit in 2014 Much Higher

France has been in constant violation of eurozone deficit rules for years, but then again, so has nearly every other…

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Nov 14

Still Lower Prices Ahead For Oil?

Crude oil prices, at a four-year low, have plunged 30% in the past six months, and it looks like they…

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