The idea that Ben Bernanke deserves credit for saving the nation from an economic catastrophe omits two possibilities: that we haven’t really recovered from anything, and that his policies have laid the foundation for even bigger problems ahead. The actions taken by the Bernanke Fed have no precedent, and he has admitted to flying blind. […]
When I accepted “The Daily Show”’s invitation to be interviewed about my opposition to a minimum wage increase, I knew that I was walking into a trap. But given how counterproductive I know such an increase would be to those the law proposes to help, I took the risk anyway. Of the more than four hours
Mr. Schiff, I’ve just watched your interview responding to the minimum wage increase proposal. I sincerely hope you do more interviews on this and similar topics. One could hardly ask for a more illuminating debunking of the half baked theories that you and your colleagues promote as “Economics 101” than to hear you propound them.
The Verge of a Massive Emerging Markets Currency Collapse.Michael Snyder,, publisher of the EconomicCollapseBlog website & author of The Beginning Of The End, on how the Fed’s exported inflation is starting to starting to collapse 3rd world currencies, and signs China’s credit bubble could pop in a matter of days.
This article is taken from the Winter 2014 EPC Global Investor Newsletter. With the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index having posted a 30% gain, it’s easy to assume that U.S. stocks easily led the world in 2013. (There is more on what is behind this rally in the latest version of the Euro Pacific Capital
Free Form Friday, guided by the best callers in talk radio! Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 01-20-14 to 01-24-14 Monday – Four words to save the planet: “Put down the gun.” Tuesday – When mutually beneficial exchanges are banned, violence increases. Thursday – Despite what Morgan Stanley says, gold continues to rally. Friday – Extending unemployment benefits, extends