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  • Money Bubble Will Pop-John Rubino
    By Greg Hunter’s  John Rubino, author of the new book “The Money Bubble,” can sum up the ongoing global financial problems in a single phrase: “There is too much debt.” Rubino goes on to say, “Debt works the same way for a country as it works for an individual or a family, which is […]Related Posts:Bond Market Bubble in Search of a Pin-Doug C […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 7.4.14
    By Greg Hunter’s  Happy Fourth of July weekend everyone!  Well, the fireworks went off all over the place, and I am talking about real war.  The al-Qaeda linked terror army operating in Syria and Iraq, called ISIS or ISIL, has declared a new Islamic State.  It covers land taken by them in recent fighting […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 6 […]
  • Official 2014 IMF Forecast Based on ‘Magic Number Seven’-Steve Quayle
    By Greg Hunter’s Radio talk show veteran and 10 time published author, Steve Quayle, says dark powers are at work in the financial markets at the highest levels of global government.  Quayle contends, “First of all, the illuminati and the occult are one in the same with hidden meanings to the general population, but […]Related Posts:2014 Goin […]
  • Iraq Crisis-$150 to $200 Oil Might Seem Cheap-Chris Martenson
    By Greg Hunter’s Chris Martenson is an economic researcher and futurist who produced a popular video seminar called “Crash Course.”   Back in early 2008, he explained the “interconnected forces in the economy, energy and the environment.”  Now, he has produced a new “Accelerated Crash Course,” and this theme is playing out in places like […]R […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.27.14
    By Greg Hunter’s Iraq is the top story, and the crisis there is boiling over.  At its core, this is a religious war between the Sunni and Shia Muslims.  One big problem–the U.S. has armed and supported both sides.  We have sent military advisors to help the Shia majority government that is being helped […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.2 […]
  • Iraq About US Dollar, Hyperinflation Trouble in 2015-Gordon Long
    By Greg Hunter’s  Macroeconomist Gordon Long says, “We’re not really running a capitalist system.  We are running a credit system.  Instead of using savings, we are using credit.  Credit, the way we are doing it now, is really a form of counterfeiting.  If you look at the $72 trillion shadow banking system that we […]Related Posts:Early Stage […]
  • Corporate Empire Created Failed Global Economic System-John Perkins
    By Greg Hunter’s  John Perkins, best-selling author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man,” says corporations, not governments, run the world.  Perkins explains, “We are in a world situation unlike anybody has ever known before.  We have a global corporate empire.  It’s a corporate empire and not a United States empire.  It’s the first […]Re […]
  • Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.20.14
    By Greg Hunter’s President Obama is sending 300 military advisors to Iraq.  This is the ultimate lose-lose scenario.  Remember I told you Iran was already there, and the U.S. would be helping Iran defend Iraq.  Well, it’s happening.  Obama does not want to attack the ISIS or ISIL forces that have come down from […]Related Posts:Weekly News Wr […]
  • Dollar Ready to Die, We are Losing our Country-Jim Willie
    By Greg Hunter’s Financial newsletter writer, Dr. Jim Willie, says, “The dollar is ready to die . . . I think the funeral march starts this year.  I have been saying the year is not going to close out the way it started.”  What will Americans increasingly see coming as the dollar crisis picks […]Related Posts:Ukraine-Desperation to Save the U […]
  • Dastardly War Will Prop Up Failing System-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s  Financial analyst and trader, Gregory Mannarino says the new Iraq crisis is no accident.  Mannarino says, “They are letting this happen on purpose. . . . We have an economy that needs to borrow cash into existence.  It is built upon the acquisition of debt–period.  This cash needs to be borrowed […]Related Posts:Fed Will Inc […]
  • Richard Russell - This Rolling Crisis Is About To Get Very Ugly
    At nearly 90 years old, the Godfather of newsletter writers, Richard Russell, warned that he expects this ongoing crisis to get very ugly. He also believes that we are seeing the end of a historic event. The 60-year market veteran described the feeling as the same thing he felt as World War II was coming to a close. […]
  • Embry - Unprecedented Lies Are Being Told To The Public
    Today a man who has been involved in the financial markets for 50 years told KWN that unprecedented lies are being told to the public. Embry also discussed why governments are lying and what to expect going forward. Below is what John Embry had to say in this timely interview. […]
  • Historic Breakout Has The Price Of Silver Set To Skyrocket
    Today KWN is putting out a special piece which features two charts showing the historic breakout in the price of silver. This is the type of chart that the big banks follow closely, as well as big money and savvy professionals. David P. out of Europe sent us the astonishing silver charts that all KWN readers around the world need to see. […]
  • Hard Assets & Central Banks’ $29 Trillion Purchase Of Equities
    As the world continues to move into uncharted territory, today a 40-year market veteran sent King World News a tremendous piece which covered everything from hard assets and bonds to central banks’ $29 trillion purchase of equities. This is a fascinating piece from Robert Fitzwilson, founder of The Portola Group. Below is what he had to say in this exclusive […]
  • A Price Move Into The Stratosphere For Silver, Gold & Oil
    Today an acclaimed money manager spoke with King World News his viral interview where he predicted that the Chinese are going to push the price of silver over $100. Stephen Leeb also said the price of gold is headed into the stratosphere as well along with oil because of what the Chinese are doing. […]
  • No. 638: June Labor Data, May Trade Deficit, Construction and Median Household Income
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Gains Were Bloated by Seasonal-Factor Shenanigans; Unemployment Numbers Remained Inconsistent, Not Comparable Month-to-Month • June Unemployment: 6.1% (U.3), 12.1% (U.6), 23.1% (ShadowStats) • Economy Remains in Serious Trouble • Trade Deficit Should Hammer Second-Quarter 2014 GDP, Subtracting In Excess of 1.0% from Init […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date     Thursday, July 10, 2014 General Commentary       Tuesday, July 15, 2014 Retail Sales (Advance) June-2014 07/15/2014 […]
  • No. 637: GDP Revision, Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Collapsing First-Quarter 2014 Economic Activity (GDP, GNP and GDI) Fell Below Third-Quarter 2013 Levels • GDP Activity Fell, Even Before Adjusting for Slowing Inventory Growth • Quarterly GDP Activity Contracted, Even Before Adjusting for Inflation • Looming Second-Quarter Economic Contraction Likely to Formalize “Renewed” Reces […]
  • Commentaries News
    The Next Regular Commentary: is scheduled for Thursday, July 10th, covering the general outlook on broad economic activity and systemic stability and liquidity, and an updated outlook on the pending U.S. dollar and hyperinflation crises.  There are no major economic releases scheduled for the week ahead.  For detail on pending economic releases, see the [... […]
  • No. 636: May CPI, Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • When Understated Headline Inflation Generates Contracting Activity, the Economy Is in Serious Trouble, • Inflation More Than Wiped Out the Headline Gain in May Retail Sales • Inflation-Adjusted Earnings Fell for Second Month • May Annual Inflation: 2.1% (CPI-U), 2.1% (CPI-W), 9.9% (ShadowStats) • Housing Starts in a State of Vol […]
  • No. 635: May Industrial Production, Producer Price Index (PPI)
    (SGS Subscription required) • Drop in Headline PPI Inflation Ran Counter to Underlying Indicators • May Production Jump Reflected Issues with Seasonal Adjustments and Conflict with Underlying Fundamentals • Outlook for Second-Quarter GDP Contraction Remains in Place […]
  • No. 634: May Retail Sales, Monetary Conditions
    (SGS Subscription required) • May Retail Sales Likely Were Flat After Inflation Adjustment • Fed Currently Monetizing 69% of Net Treasury Issuance of Publicly Held Debt […]
  • No. 633: May Employment and Unemployment, Money Supply M3
    (SGS Subscription required) • Monthly Payroll Gains Overstated by 200,000-Plus Jobs • Contrary to Common Experience, May Payrolls Purportedly Regained Pre-Recession High • May Unemployment: 6.3% (U.3), 12.2% (U.6), 23.2% (ShadowStats) • Year-to-Year M3 Growth Jumped to 4.6% in May […]
  • No. 632: April Trade Deficit and Benchmark, Construction Spending, Liquidity
    (SGS Subscription required) • New Trade Data Indicate Weaker Recent Economy • April Trade Deficit Suggestive of Heavy Damage to Second-Quarter 2014 GDP • Renewed Recession Remains on Track, with Consumer Liquidity Still Heavily Impaired • Construction Spending Continued to Stagnate […]
  • No. 631: Revised First-Quarter GDP
    (SGS Subscription required) • It’s the Consumer, Not the Weather! • Weakening Economy Should Hit U.S. Dollar Hard, Boost Gold • First-Quarter Gross Domestic Product Fell by 1.0%;Gross National Product Tumbled by 2.1%; Gross Domestic Income Dropped by 2.3% • Before Inflation Adjustment, Nominal First-Quarter GDP Gained Just 0.3% • Pending Trade Data and Revis […]



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  • The Politics of Terrorism in Pakistan
    Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a long awaited report this week on the ongoing violence and killings of Shia Hazara Muslims in Pakistan. The report, entitled We are the Walking Dead: Killing of Shia Hazaras in Balochistan, Pakistan, details the continuing campaign of terrorism and murder being waged against the minority Hazara community, particularly by [… […]
  • Iraq: Is it a Sunni-Shiite clash or a political conflict?
    There are some political scientists and analysts who continue to view the current armed conflict in Iraq as a clash between Sunnis and Shiites, ignoring its political component and the regional dimension in the sense that through Iraq, Saudi Arabia wants to undermine the growing influence of Iran and the normalization of relations between Tehran […]
  • So, You Want to Know the Truth About 9/11?
    In recent weeks, intelligence agencies of France, Russia and Britain along with key members of the UN’s nuclear non-proliferation organization, the IAEA, have leaked critical documents outlining not only that 9/11 was a nuclear event but the science and specifics of the event itself. From a Press TV article last week: “A virtual stream of […]
  • Neutralism in modern conditions
    Most people tend to take a neutral position in relation to the various parties who are embroiled in a conflict. Moreover, the very essence of neutrality can be of a different nature, i.e. one may walk past a street fight, stop and take a look or even attempt to intervene. In the latter case, neutrality […]
  • Iraq: American “democracy” and Bedouin democracy
    The latest events in Iraq have shined a spotlight on the unseemly role that Washington played when it threw all of its might on this defenceless nation, plunging its people into a fratricidal civil war while setting its political, social, economic and cultural development back into the middle ages. These are precisely the methods used […]
  • What You Should Know About Azerbaijan
    Azerbaijan and its population of nine and a half million, sits along the western coast of the Caspian Sea, bordering Russia to its north, Iran to its south, and Georgia, Armenia, and Turkey to its west. Its geostrategic position alone makes it an attractive target of political destabilization, regime change, and client state status for […]
  • Memo Justifying al Awlaki Assassination Does End-Run Around the US Constitution
    In response to a Freedom of Information Request filed by the ACLU, the Department of Justice this week released the memo providing legal analysis in support of justification for the 2011 assassination of Anwar al Awlaki, a US national living in Yemen. Al Awlaki, who was born in New Mexico, was a Muslim cleric considered […]
  • Ukraine: Kiev’s Ticking Time Bomb
    After a brief ceasefire, Kiev has resumed the bombardment of populated centers in the eastern breakaway provinces of Donetsk and Lugansk, both bordering with neighboring Russia. Kiev and its Western backers face a confounding dilemma – continue military operations in eastern Ukraine and create a heavily militarized opposition while racking up a troubling hum […]
  • The global implications of the Iraq crisis
    These days, when Europe and the Middle East are remembering the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, a few historians and political scientists are giving due attention to the study of the effects of the Sykes – Picot agreement, which set the boundaries of the modern Arab world and Turkey on […]
  • Terrorism in China: Is the US involved, this time?
    The Chinese province of Xinjiang has recently become the site of an episode of violent terrorism. A suicide bombing has killed 39 Chinese people in a market place, and in addition, 29 were stabbed to death at a train station.  The response of the Chinese government has been swift, with 113 people being sent to […]
  • Greenwald: There is a second NSA leaker
    American journalist Glenn Greenwald suggests that another leaker is providing the US National Security Agency’s documents to the media.
  • ISIL seeks Europe control in five years
    Takfiri ISIL militants currently operating in Iraq have unveiled a five-year plan for expanding their control into Europe, a report says.
  • Israel media preparing Gaza incursion
    Israeli media are apparently setting the stage for the military to launch a ground incursion into the Gaza Strip.
  • Baghdad goes on alert against ISIL
    The Iraqi military is reportedly building fortifications near the capital, Baghdad, to repel potential attacks by ISIL Takfiri terrorists.
  • Hundreds protest in US over deadly fire
    Philadelphia police arrested several people Monday evening outside a firehouse during a protest over what angry residents believe was a slow response to a weekend blaze that killed four young children.
  • US statistics ignore crime in prisons
    Imagine an American city with 2.2 million people, making it the fourth largest in the nation behind New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
  • Abbas to Israel: End attacks on Gaza
    The President of the Palestinian national unity government, Mahmoud Abbas, has called for an immediate halt to Israel’s offensive against the besieged Gaza Strip. […]
  • Bomb attack kills 16 in Afghanistan
    A blast in eastern Afghanistan has killed four NATO troopers, two Afghan policemen and ten civilians.
  • Israel prepares for Gaza ground attack
    The Israeli army is preparing for a possible ground incursion into the besieged Gaza Strip after launching several airstrikes on the coastal sliver.
  • ‘UK pedophile ring needs to be probed’
    Theresa May has announced a new inquiry into child sexual abuse – taking in the Civil Service, the BBC, the Churches, political parties and the public sector. To those of us who have campaigned against child-abuse cover-ups, it should be welcome news. But over the years, I have experienced many false dawns and dashed hopes. […]
  • Vatican Bank Profits Plunge Following Clean-Up
    It seems not even The Pope's private bank can make money when its only allowed to do it the legal way. As The FT reports, profits at the Vatican bank plunged last year after thousands of accounts were closed as part of an overhaul of the scandal-ridden institution. The Vatican bank, officially known as the Institute for Religious Works (IOR), now has 17 […]
  • Saxo Bank Warns "This Is Not 'Different Times'"
    Authored by Steen Jakobsen, Chief Economist, Saxo Bank, “L'éternité, c'est long ... surtout vers la fin.” ? Franz Kafka Happy July 4 to all Americans. Eternity is here. Eternity in low interest rates for longer. Eternity in excess return from stock markets, eternity in no growth, eternity in low productivity, eternity in chasing yields. The chasing […]
  • High-School Bathroom Cleaner: "$15/Hr Salary Will Change Everything"
    Presented without comment... My job is what’s called a “restricted” position — the California education code’s name for specially funded positions that can employ only people who meet certain conditions (they’re from impoverished areas or have disabilities, for example). Restricted workers have a set wage rate, which means I haven’t been able to ask for a ra […]
  • Will Fundamentals Ever Matter Again?
    Submitted by Lance Roberts of STA Wealth Management, In this past weekend's newsletter (subscribe free for weekly technical and allocation updates) I discussed an issue that has concerned me for some time. It is an issue that was prevalent in the late 90's as markets surged to new heights. It was an issue that resurfaced again in 2007 as readily av […]
  • Strong 3 Year Auction Stopped Through Even As Direct Takedown Tumbles
    If there was any doubt which way the market was leaning if not in stocks, then definitely in bonds, it was promptly crushed moments ago when the US sold $27 billion in 3 Year paper. The When Issued, which was trading at just shy of 1%, or 0.998% to be precise, suggested we could have our first 1% bond auction pricing since May of 2011. That however was not m […]
  • How Recession-Proof Is Your Job Sector?
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, History suggests that previously sound assumptions about financial security and recession-proof sectors may not apply in the next recession. Nobody wants to lose their job in a recession, but that's what happens when credit tightens, profits fall and tax revenues decline. Every enterprise that can […]
  • CEO Of Jefferies: "These Are The Cancers That Will Cause The Next Crisis"
    In a moment of surprising lucidity, Rich Handler, the CEO of Jefferies one of the few remaining pure-play investment banks that was not converted into a bank holding company as part of the Paulson-Geithner bailout of the financial industry in 2008, has called about the kind of "cancerous" behavior that in his opinion will lead to the next financial […]
  • Israel Escalates Gaza Assault By Air, Sea; Threatens "Lengthy" Ground Operation
    Following the catalysts of broken down US-sponsored peace-talks and the teenager deaths on both sides Hamas (admitting its responsibility for the first time) unleashed more than 240 rockets into Israel in the past four weeks (including 100 since yesterday), Israel has drawn the line. As Bloomberg reports, Israel struck more than 90 targets in the Hamas-contr […]
  • European Stocks Plunge Most In 6 Months; Banks Battered
    European bank stocks are down over 6% in the last 3 days to 5 month lows - the biggest such drop in 13 months. The combination of Draghi's "no QE", Austrian bank contagion concerns, and rumors of German banks about to be 'BNP'd by US regulators has removed all the exuberant recovery chatter (confirmed by economic data itself collapsi […]
  • 125 Years Ago... Or Today?
    Ripped from the pages of the Wall Street Journal in July 1889 - it's never different this time...     How The Wall Street Journal of 2014 might have covered the news of July 8, 1889 (Source: WSJ) […]

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