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SHTFplan: Debt Rises: The Government Will Soon Spend More On Interest Than on The Military

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. As debt and interest rates rise, the government is about to be in a disastrous situation. Very soon, they will spend more money paying interest on the national debt than they will on the bloated military budget. By the year 2023, interest payments on the national debt could […]

Financial Leaders: The Deficit And National Debt Will Usher In Economic Crisis

Some financial leaders are finally speaking out about the dire situation the United States economy has found itself in.  If you watch the news, however, you’d have no idea you’re on board a sinking ship thanks to the government’s massive debt and unrealistic deficits. Former chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, has even begun […]

The Five Biggest Tests For China’s Next Central Bank Governor

Zhou Xiaochuan’s long reign as PBoC Governor is drawing to a close. He signaled his impending retirement last month and will be seventy years old In January 2018. Zhou has headed up China’s central bank from the early days of China’s “growth miracle” in 2002 and successfully – thanks to massive credit creation – steered […]

Atlanta Fed vs NY Fed: Whose GDP Forecast Is Right?

Authored by Salil Mehta via Statistical Ideas blog, There is a 2/3 chance that both competing Federal Reserve 2017 Q1 GDP nowcasts are wrong! That’s an audacious prediction for the storied NY and Atlanta institutions (one of them led by my former big boss Timothy Geithner), and yet there is no way around the current confusion […]

“Open Your Ears” – Populism Is A Feature (Not A Bug) Of Democratic Society

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Bltizkrieg blog, I have serious concerns about a Trump Presidency. I’ve laid these out repeatedly in the past, but to summarize, they center around his authoritarian nature, a disregard for civil liberties, and lastly the fact that many of the people he has surrounded himself with posses an ideology which […]

“The Most Important WikiLeak” – How Wall Street Built The Obama Cabinet

Perhaps the most startling discovery of the WikiLeaks dumps so far didn’t come from the most recent emails surrounding the various Hillary scandals, though there are many great ones, but from 2008 when John Podesta served as co-chair of President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team.  The email came from Michael Froman, a former Citibank executive, who […]

ZeroHedge: What Happened With LTCM Is Now Happening Across The Political And Economic World

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty BlitzKrieg Brexit = Death of the Technocrats My political opinions lean more and more to Anarchy (philosophically understood, meaning abolition of control not whiskered men with bombs) … the most improper job of any man, even saints (who at any rate were at least […]

ZeroHedge: President Obama Explains What The “Fiction-Peddling” BLS Got Wrong – Live Feed

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Grab your popcorn. Having proclaimed his greatest achievement during his presidency as "saving the world from another Great Depression," we wonder what President Obama will have to say today when he discusses the economy. Following the decline in corporate profits, […]

ZeroHedge: What Are The Three Signs Of A “Disorderly” Currency Market: Richard Koo Explains

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. One of the biggest ironies in recent months has been the Bank of Japan’s recurring insistence that it would promptly intervene in the FX market if the ongoing “disorderly” moves in the Yen do not stop. This was ironic because […]

ZeroHedge: Albert Edwards Finally Blows Up: “I’m Not Really Sure How Much More Of This I Can Take”

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Earlier this week we described the personal come to non-GAAP Jesus moment of trading commentator Richard Breslow, who confessed in no uncertain terms that he has had it with endless central banking intervention: “a portfolio built to only withstand stress thanks […]