Written by Right Side News
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Written by Zig Lambo of The Gold Report
Greg McCoach, publisher of The Mining Speculator, feels gold is ultimately headed above $6,000/oz and silver into the hundreds of dollars and those who aren't paying attention now are missing their best opportunity to buy before the frenzy begins in earnest. In this exclusive interview with The ...
Written by The Daily Bell with Anthony Wile
Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall on the Problems of Central Bank 'Debt Capitalism' and the Promise of US-Style State Banking
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this interview with Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall
Introduction: Marilyn MacGruder Barnewall served as president of The MacGruder Agency, ...
Written by The American Dream
18 Statistics That Prove That The Economy Has Not Improved Since Barack Obama Became President
Has the economy improved since Barack Obama became the president of the United States? Of course not. Despite what you may be hearing in the mainstream media, the truth is that when you compare the ...
Written by Adrian Krieg
The dollar has been the world reserve currency since 1944 and the Keynesian Fabian socialist economic palaver in New Hampshire's White Mountains. They all should have paid more attention to Lord Keynes.
The situation is now gradually getting desperate, which is proven by America's ...
Written by The Daily Bell
Heterodox economics ... Marginal revolutionaries ... The crisis and the blogosphere have opened mainstream economics up to new attack ... The market monetarists do not fret about the side effects of the activism they seek, which can misdirect capital, inflate bubbles and seduce people into ...
Written by Tibor Machan
Economic fairness is impossible: an oxymoron. Since economic activities are inherently varied and often competitive and since one size doesn't fit all and not everyone can win in a competition, no such thing as fairness is possible unless it simply means no one may be prevented from taking part. ...
Written by The Daily Bell
Inside the Fed in 2006: A Coming Crisis, and Banter ... As the housing bubble entered its waning hours in 2006, top Federal Reserve officials marveled at the desperate antics of home builders seeking to lure buyers. The officials laughed about the cars that builders were offering as signing ...
Written by The Gold Report
Volatility in the markets isn't going away any time soon and Mike Niehuser, founder of Beacon Rock Research, expects 2012 to be a year of extreme swings. Niehuser draws parallels to the beginning of 2009, which was a short period of time that produced some very high returns. In this exclusive Gold ...