Written by The Daily Bell
China's spectacular real estate bubble is about to go pop ... So you thought that UK housing was unaffordable. Try Beijing and Shanghai, where ... prices are off the scale relative to income, the commonly used yardstick for measuring affordability. OK, so these are the boom cities of the Chinese ...
Written by Anthony Wile
Are there forces at work increasingly inflicting chaos and war on the world? If this is the case, the ceiling on gold and silver will keep moving higher. Gold went up again yesterday on bad news from the US, Norway and Europe.
Written by Tom Fitton
Pick your poison.
That is the effect of Barack Obama’s decision to snub interim Consumer Czar Elizabeth Warren and instead nominate former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), now that the agency is officially up and running. (Judicial ...
Written by Karen Roche of The Gold Report
With the price of gold hitting record highs and equity prices lagging behind, Bob Moriarty, founder of 321gold.com, says it's time to gather some precious metals as insurance against hyperinflation or deflation—whichever may be coming our way—and to stock up on junior resource stocks. Prudent ...
Written by Ian Fletcher
One recurring delusion in the controversy over America’s free-trade-induced trade mess is the idea that our gigantic trade deficit, which fluctuates around $500 billion a year, somehow “doesn’t matter.” Anyone who’s been reading my column in the Huffington Postwill probably be taken aback by ...
Written by Ron Paul
The debt ceiling debate is providing plenty of opportunity for political theater in Washington. Proponents of raising the debt ceiling are throwing around the usual scare tactics and misinformation in order to intimidate opponents into accepting more debt and taxes. It is important to distinguish ...
Written by Daily Bell
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Banker X. Introduction: Banker X provides us with this interview anonymously so that he can speak frankly about the inner workings of the Swiss financial system. As someone who has held high posts in both the private and ...
Written by Right Side News
Written by Tom Fitton
On Wednesday night, “Mr. Cool” lost his cool. Barack Obama, frustrated at his inability to strike a deal with Republicans in Congress on raising the debt ceiling, stormed out of a meeting saying, “enough is enough.” As of today, the negotiations are in limbo.