Will The Fed Crash The Market This Week?

It is widely expected that the Federal Reserve is going to announce the end of quantitative easing this week.  Will this represent a major turning point for the stock market?  As you will see below, since 2008 stocks have risen…

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How the Fed is Destroying Capitalism

S&P 500 jerked higher yesterday afternoon when the Fed minutes revealed no new information on the dreaded day when interest rates begin to rise. In other words, the stock market is one sick puppy — utterly addicted to the Fed’s…

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Based On These Numbers, Inflation Is Getting Really Bad…

Have you noticed that prices are going up rapidly?  If so, you are certainly not alone.  But Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen, the Obama administration and the mainstream media would have us believe that inflation is completely under control and…

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12 Numbers That Should Be Burned Into Your Brain

The numbers that you are about to see are likely to shock you.  They prove that the global financial Ponzi scheme is far more extensive than most people would ever dare to imagine.  As you will see below, the total…

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How is this not a MASSIVE conflict of interest?

Henry Ford once said, “It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” He was right about at…

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How the Fed Works (and its massive conflict of interest)

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We all lost

[Editor’s note: This missive was penned by Tim Price, frequent Sovereign Man contributor and Director of Investment at PFP Wealth Management in the UK.] “I say to all those who bet against Greece and against Europe: you lost and Greece…

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The Federal Reserve Explained In 7 Minutes

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The New Land of Oz

Yesterday was an amazing day for the markets. Gold bullion hit a three-month low despite: 1) inflation rising rapidly in North America; and 2) the Chinese buying half of this year’s world gold production. The stock market was up to a…

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Who Is The New Secret Buyer Of U.S. Debt?

On the surface, the economic atmosphere of the U.S. has appeared rather calm and uneventful. Stocks are up, employment isn’t great but jobs aren’t collapsing into the void (at least not openly), and the U.S. dollar seems to be going…

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