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WealthCycles Video Report – April 2015

Hello and Welcome to the April edition of the WealthCycles Video Report.  In this episode Mike covers all of the big events in the last month that point to a weakening global dollar standard.  If events like these continue at the current rate, it won’t be long before the dollar loses its status as the world’s […]

WealthCycles Video Report – March 2015

Hello and Welcome to a Special March Edition of the WealthCycles Video Report.  In this episode, Mike is joined by Andy Tanner, the stock market expert from the Rich Dad Poor Dad organization.  They discuss the state of the stock market and tactics you can use to produce profits even at the top of the […]

Wealth Cycles Video Report – February 2015

  Hello and Welcome to the February 2015 edition of the WealthCylces Video Report.  The past month was relatively quiet after last month’s shock of the Swiss National Bank de-pegging from the euro, but a lot of lower profile events took place in the interim.  Be sure to watch this month’s report to get all […]

Soros Gets Some Things Right, Sometimes

The Quantum Fund “goes up 4200% or so,” as CNN puts it, in an interview with Jim Rogers, recalling when he was age 30, and partners with George Soros. In the interview, Rogers says they both “worked very, very hard; we were both very intense, and passionate about what we were doing… we both understood […]

Singapore’s ‘New Switzerland’ Status Signals Global Shift From Paper to Gold

Singapore is being touted as the “new Switzerland” of banking and wealth management, the beneficiary of geography and a new global trend to crack down on bank secrecy. Now the nation-state appears to be enhancing its position by becoming an attractive haven for the ultimate wealth: gold. Singapore’s transformation signals a global shift, as the […]

Fed Stimulus Prompts Corporate Nest Feathering, Not Jobs

Verizon set a record for corporate bond sales earlier this month, raising $49 billion—almost triple Apple’s record $17 billion in bond sales set just five months earlier. There was a time when corporate bonds were a means for companies to grow, in response to market demand, by investing in equipment, facilities or personnel. But not […]

Signals Strong That Metals Bottom Is Here

Insiders with GoldSilver will be familiar with our ongoing update of a chart idea we first saw posted at the Screwtape Files blog. The chart takes the ratio of the U.S. Treasury yield (as a funding cost proxy) and the silver price (most sensitive to economic activity) in predicting metals price runs. Based on the […]

How the U.S. Government Pays People Not To Work

In a July 2012 forum at the American Enterprise Institute, Gary Alexander, former Pennsylvania Secretary of Public Welfare, delivered a stunning presentation on the status of welfare in the United States. His conclusion: by providing food and health care subsidies to lower-earning citizens, the U.S. government is in effect paying a huge swath of the […]

Repo Fails Force Taper

After we feature: Povery Repledged, Reused and Rehypothecated, Bloomberg touches on failures to deliver collateral in this short video Description:  After the WealthCycles feature: Poverty Repledged, Reused and Rehypothecated, Bloomberg touches on failures to deliver collateral in a short video

Poverty Repledged, Reused and Rehypothecated

Repledged, Reused and Rehypothecated is a subject ZeroHedge first put in the media back in May of 2009. At the time deflation and breaches of trust chopped $6 trillion, or almost one-fifth, off of the money supply. This prompted the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) to re-inflate by the same amount in on-again, off-again cycles. Revisiting […]