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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Rule By Brute Force: The True Nature Of Government

Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.”   -Ayn […]

JAN 31/GOLD AND SILVER RISE DESPITE THIS BEING THE LAST DAY FOR OPTIONS EXPIRY IN LONDON/GOLD UP $17.40 AND SILVER UP 39 CENTS/AN AWFUL DAY FOR ITALIAN BANKS; UNICREDIT POSTS A HUGE 11 BILLION EURO LOSS AND NEEDS TO RAISE 13 BILLION EUROS/HAS A HUGE PORTFOLIO OF NON PERFORMING LOANS/TRUMP ACCUSES CHINA, JAPAN OF MANIPULATION AND ACCUSES GERMANY OF HARVESTING A LOWER EURO: ALL OF WHICH ARE HURTING USA INTERESTS/FRANCE’S LEADING CONTENDER FOR PRESIDENT ENDURES A POLICE RAID AT HIS OFFICE/HOUSE/”WAR” BREAKS OUT IN THE USA SENATE AS ALL DEMOCRATS DO NOT SHOW UP FOR A VOTE AND THUS DELAYING THE APPOINTMENT OF 3 OF TRUMPS KEY CABINET: PRICE, MNUCHIN AND SESSIONS/TRUMP FIRES ACTING ATTORNEY GENERAL/ TRUMP FIRES HEAD OF USA CUSTOMS AND IMMIGRATION/TRUMP’S NEXT EXECUTIVE ORDER IS TO TACKLE BENEFITS OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS/FINAL DRAFT

harveyorganblog.com / by harveyorgan / January 31, 2017 Gold at (1:30 am est) $1210.60 UP    $17.40 silver  at $17.51:  up 39 cents Access market prices: Gold: $1210.65 Silver: $17.56 THE DAILY GOLD FIX REPORT FROM SHANGHAI AND LONDON The Shanghai fix is at 10:15 pm est last night and 2:15 am est early this morning The fix […]

WTI, RBOB Prices Slide After Biggest Inventory Build Since October

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 31, 2017 4:39 PM WTI (and RBOB) prices slid lower into the NYMEX close ahead of API’s report tonight that showed further major builds in crude and products. Crude saw inventories rise 5.83mm barrels last week – the most since the end of October and while Cushing saw its 4th weekly […]

The History Of Money (In One Simple Infographic)

Today’s infographic from Mint.com highlights the history of money, including the many monetary experiments that have taken place since ancient times…   Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist As VisualCapitalist's Jeff Desjardins notes, some innovations have stood the test of time – precious metals, for example, have been used for thousands of years. Paper money and banknotes are also […]

Hillary 2020-Democratic Insider Says Yes

thecommonsenseshow.com / By Dave Hodges / January 30th, 2017 A Democratic (communist) insider told me it is going to happen. Hillary is being prepped to run in 2020.  She is going to be hosting, as of yet, an undetermined talk show to keep her name out in front of the people.  Won’t she be in jail by then? […]

“It’s Going to Get Really, Really Ugly”

caseyresearch.com / Justin Spittler / January 31, 2017 “If you don’t prepare now, you’re going to get hurt.” If this warning sounds familiar, it’s because it appeared in yesterday’s Dispatch. It’s a direct quote from Casey Research founder Doug Casey. As you may know, Doug thinks politicians have set us up for a huge disaster. He […]

Ray Dalio Sours On Trump, Warns His Policies “Could Hurt The World Economy (And Worse)”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 31, 2017 4:22 PM Less than a week after Donald Trump won the presidency, the head of the world’s biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio, unexpectedly declared that he was a firm believer in Trump’s policies in a lengthy LinkedIn article in which he praised the coming age of Trump: “there is […]

Something Was Buried In The 2017 NDAA Which Former President Obama Signed – Episode 1192b

X22Report, Published on Jan 31, 2017 Democrats are blocking Trump nominees. Trump fires Yates for not following the executive order. Trump getting ready to pull out of the Paris global warming agreement.Google and other tech companies filed an amicus suit against the temporary immigration ban. Hungary is going after Soros. Syria rebels (terrorists) are claiming […]

The Chinese Credit Bubble

wallstreetexaminer.com / by James Rickards via The Daily Reckoning / January 31, 2017 The confrontations between the U.S. and China on trade, currencies and geopolitics will begin immediately at a rhetorical level, but may take a year or two to play out at a policy level. Supply chains, long-term contracts, and reserve positions don’t turn on a dime even […]