Posts Tagged ‘US’

  • Creditism Is the New Capitalism

    21.07.2017 • FranceComments Off on Creditism Is the New Capitalism

    The current monetary system, based on credit, is a new form of crime against humanity that leads to the creation of debt slaves. For my part, I call this system of "creditism", as opposed to capitalism.

  • Can Diamond Mining Companies Save Us from Global Warning?

    19.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Can Diamond Mining Companies Save Us from Global Warning?

    Dealing with the CO2 produced by fossil energy is hard, which is why a major diamond miner has started to literally 'fix' CO2 into rocks, creating a potential solution for carbon pollution.

  • Central Bank Magic Pushes the Financial Crisis Back Another Day

    17.07.2017 • FranceComments Off on Central Bank Magic Pushes the Financial Crisis Back Another Day

    Everything is fine. Counterfeit money has done its work of "extend and pretend": all bankruptcies and bad loans will dissolve thanks to the financial engineering of central banks, which are far from being exhausted...

  • Oil and Solar: The World’s Most Surprising Power Couple

    13.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Oil and Solar: The World’s Most Surprising Power Couple

    The world moves on fossil oil. However, that’s beginning to change – and not in the way you might expect. How are the world's top auto companies reacting, and what does the solar industry's surprising response say about the future of energy?

  • If You Use Google, Your Most Private Data Is as Good as Sold

    13.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on If You Use Google, Your Most Private Data Is as Good as Sold

    Google Street View launched in 2007 and had an aim to allow anyone with access to the internet gain access to the world...and in a more sinister twist, to allow Google access into your home.

  • Olympics: The Biggest Scam on TV

    12.07.2017 • FranceComments Off on Olympics: The Biggest Scam on TV

    Expected revenues from hosting the Olympics are over €3.5 billion, or $4 billion. So why are host countries not turning a profit, and why has this notable city never hosted the games at all?

  • 800 Ways to Profit With Cryptos

    05.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on 800 Ways to Profit With Cryptos

    What a lot of people don’t understand is that cryptocurrencies are opportunities. They’re a chance, right now, for everyday investors to grab a stake in the biggest wealth creation opportunity the world has ever seen.

  • Macron Just Picked up a $10 Billion Tab

    30.06.2017 • FranceComments Off on Macron Just Picked up a $10 Billion Tab

    French officials have declared that the Minister of Finance's 2017 budget is "insincere". Maybe the Minister, like Greece, has been asking Goldman Sachs for accounting advice...

  • The 300,000-Year-Old Story of Money and Power

    28.06.2017 • United StatesComments Off on The 300,000-Year-Old Story of Money and Power

    Two weeks ago came news of a long-lost cousin discovered in Morocco. The human family is much bigger… and much older than we had thought...but what does this have to do with money?

  • Just Rich Enough Might Not Be Enough for Tomorrow’s Poor

    23.06.2017 • SwitzerlandComments Off on Just Rich Enough Might Not Be Enough for Tomorrow’s Poor

    JARS is an acronym that represents those who are 'just rich enough to survive'. They are the new poor of the welfare state, playing a game that is played at all levels of society except for two...

  • Like a Crackhead in a Dirty Bathroom Stall, Politicians Keep Spending

    16.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Like a Crackhead in a Dirty Bathroom Stall, Politicians Keep Spending

    In 2008 governments were snorting Toblerone-sized lines of debt and market participants were in a state of mania as endless bids kept the party going and prices rising. And the party has continued...

  • We Need the Free Market Now More Than Ever

    14.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on We Need the Free Market Now More Than Ever

    Whenever governments foul things up the free market really starts to shine. That’s why it’s vilified as the black market by governments...Freedom exposes control’s flaws and must be kept hidden by the controllers.

  • Has Trump Killed Profits From Renewables?

    13.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Has Trump Killed Profits From Renewables?

    The dust has settled on Donald Trump’s momentous Parisian climate agreement pull-out, and now it’s a good time to reflect on what this means for your investments.

  • These Four States Could Trigger a Financial Crisis

    08.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on These Four States Could Trigger a Financial Crisis

    Both Illinois and Greece are in bad financial shape, but we only hear about Greece even though Greek GDP is a fourth of Illinois'. Rest assured, Illinois will prove far more important to you in the end.

  • Meet the Man Who Draws Money Out of Hot Air

    22.05.2017 • Gold and Natural ResourcesComments Off on Meet the Man Who Draws Money Out of Hot Air

     Andrew Lockley – Exponential Investor (Great Britain)-   You might think of heat as something you’d like to keep hold of. After all, that’s why you insulate your house. But in many other settings, we’re only too keen to reject heat. Air

  • Is Trump a Modern-Day Caligula?

    18.05.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Is Trump a Modern-Day Caligula?

    After Caligula recovered from an illness, he started acting funny. He spent lavishly, running through the fortune left to him by Tiberius in just a few years. Then he took vanity to a whole new level by appearing in public dressed as Hercules or Apollo.

  • China Looks to Build a New Silk Road

    15.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on China Looks to Build a New Silk Road

    While US President Donald Trump threatens countries with protectionism, China is offering cash to open up markets. International rail, ports, airports and everything else are expected to be on the to-do list. China’s direction isn’t just trade but a trade

  • Smugglers Send Cost of Bitcoin Soaring

    10.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Smugglers Send Cost of Bitcoin Soaring

    Bitcoin is nationless. Its payment infrastructure is decentralized. This means it challenges the US government’s control over the international financial infrastructure. Smuggling is alive and well in our modern world, and bitcoin is the currency of choice.

  • US Market Goes From Illogical to Insane

    10.05.2017 • AustraliaComments Off on US Market Goes From Illogical to Insane

    Since the events of 2008–09, the US government has gone in ‘boots ‘n’ all’ to prop up the economy and market. Earnings have fallen 10% and the market has risen over 20%. It took US$33.5 trillion to produce US$1.9 trillion in economic growth. Does

  • Can Off-Grid Energy Turn On The Developing World?

    09.05.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Can Off-Grid Energy Turn On The Developing World?

    Despite spending some $2.5 trillion on share buybacks over the last three years, and despite huge new inputs of buying, selling, investing, and speculating with cheap credit, earnings per share are lower today than they were in 2013.

  • How Long Will The Party Last?

    20.03.2017 • The EconomyComments Off on How Long Will The Party Last?

     By Selva Freigedo – Port Phillip Insider Extra (Australia) – It was late 1996. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan was writing a speech while in his bath tub — where he spent much of his time due to back pain — when he came up with

  • What’s Ailing America?

    10.03.2017 • The EconomyComments Off on What’s Ailing America?

     By Kris Sayce – Port Phillip Insider (Australia) – The Wall Street Journal reports: ‘U.S. household net worth climbed to a record $92.8 trillion in the fourth quarter of 2016, as the end-of-year surge in stocks and a steady climb in home

  • David Stockman Explains Why the Bond Bubble Will Burst

    09.02.2017 • The EconomyComments (0)

    As President Reagan’s budget director in the early 1980s, Stockman was the chief architect of the “Reagan Revolution.” Four years later, he quit the Reagan administration and wrote the New York Times best-seller “The Triumph of Politics: Why the

  • Goldman Sachs Laughs at Fraud Accusations

    28.12.2016 • Central BanksComments (0)

    Between 2007 and 2012, the bank attempted to move the so-called "Isdafix" to specific levels with certain agreements among dealers. When the Deutsche Bank tried this, they were fined 50 million dollars.