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Corporate Stock Buybacks Using Borrowed Fiat USD: Parasitize The Economy Distorting Charts Into Bubbles

The monster of economic waste – over $7 trillion of dictated stock buybacks since 2003 by the self-enriching CEOs of large corporations – started with a little noticed change in 1982 by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under President Ronald Reagan. That was when SEC Chairman John Shad, a former Wall Street CEO, redefined […]

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Jim Rickards: When Markets Are Most Complacent Sudden Drops Are Most Likely

Even after Wednesday’s [5/17] stock market rout, more analysts are referring to current stock index levels as a “bubble.” I’m one of them, although I make the point that bubbles can last a long time and don’t pop just because valuations are stretched. It’s helpful to remember that Alan Greenspan called the stock market a […]

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Bitcoin Bubble 2017

      In order for the central bank ponzi scheme of fiat currency to work, especially on a global basis, the central banks learned early on that gold [Silver] was the enemy of their scheme and, therefore, must be eliminated from the monetary system. The first real step was Executive Order 6102 in 1933. This […]

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China Turns Currency War Nuclear: Silver Gold Demand Outpaces Supply.

Is the Federal Reserve going to be raising interest rates this fall? Financial writer Andy Hoffman says forget it and explains, “The Fed is the biggest leveraged hedge fund in history. They have a $4.5 trillion bond portfolio . . . why would they be raising rates? They were lying all along. . . . […]

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Banker’s Fractional Reserve Bubbles: Pump & Dump Loan Schemes

Forget what you are hearing about stiffer mortgage lending requirements.  It’s not true.  Real estate expert Fabian Calvo says, “If you can fog up a mirror or you have a pulse, they will give you a home loan.  That’s what they have done with the car loans, and that’s what they are doing with housing loans.” […]

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