Friday, November 18, 2011

Lew Rockwell on "Crazy Keynesianism" and the Police State

Occupy Wall Street after spreading across the country over the last 60 days, in protest of inequality and bank bailouts, to name a few issues, has seen a crackdown. Zuccotti Park, home of Occupy Wall Street was cleared out early this morning by riot police. Yesterday, hundreds of police in riot gear dismantled Occupy Oakland camp, arresting protesters. As for the movement, it continues as protesters march on in New York and in Northern California on the campus of UC Berkeley. As for the response from authorities, if you were an investor, would you wish you could go long police raids? Well we're pretty sure you can't, so who stands to benefit from this? We speak to Lew Rockwell, chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Jim Rogers On Why There Is No Way To Stop Global Meltdown

Infowars Nightly News
November 15, 2011

On the Monday, November 14 edition of Infowars Nightly News, Alex talks with investor, author, and financial commentator Jim Rogers.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Gold traders most bullish since 2004 on debt crisis

BLOOMBERG-LONDON: Gold traders and analysts are the most bullish in at least seven years as investors accumulate metal at the fastest pace since August to protect their wealth from a widening European debt crisis. Twenty-one of 22 surveyed by Bloomberg expect bullion to rise on the Comex in New York next week, the third consecutive increase and the highest proportion in data going back to April 2004.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Top Gold Seers Forecast Record High in March

Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) --The most accurate forecasters say gold will rebound from its biggest monthly plunge since 2008 and reach a record by March because economic growth is stagnating and Europe’s debt crisis is unresolved.  Futures traded in New York may rise 13 percent to $1,950 an ounce by the end of the first quarter, according to the median of estimates compiled by Bloomberg. The predictions are from eight of the top 10 analysts tracked by Bloomberg over the past eight quarters. Two declined to give forecasts.
Holdings in exchange-traded products backed by bullion rose the most in three months in October, and the most-widely held option gives owners the right to buy gold at $2,000 by Nov. 22. Demand for the metal accelerated since May as slowing growth and mounting concern that European leaders will fail to contain the region’s debt crisis caused $7.5 trillion to be erased from the value of global equities.

Peter Schiff Dollar Collapse Bernanke More Reckless Than Greenspan

Rogers: "100% Chance Of Crisis Worse Than 2008," Italy Implodes

Veteran investor Jim Rogers warned this morning that there is a “100% chance” the world is facing a financial crisis worse than 2008, as Italy was plunged into chaos on the back of soaring bond yields which now make the country’s huge debt unsustainable, mandating yet another EU bailout.

15 Statistics Which Prove That The U.S. Economy Is In Much Worse Shape Than Most Americans Think

By Michael Snyder

Yes, most Americans realize that the economy is not doing well right now, but most of them also believe that this is just a "temporary" downturn.  The mainstream media tells us over and over that a "recovery" has either already begun or that one is right around the corner.  Sadly, the truth is that the U.S. economy is in much worse shape than most Americans think.  Yes, there will be economic "peaks and valleys" as we move along, but it is absolutely imperative that all of us understand that we are in the middle of a long-term economic decline that has been caused by decades of horrendous decisions.  Thousands of businesses and millions of jobs have left the country and they aren't coming back.

Doug Casey talks to James Turk about Gold & The Greater Depression

In this video, Doug Casey, founder and chairman of Casey Research Institute, talks to the GoldMoney Foundation's James Turk about the greater depression that is facing the developed world. In Casey's view, finding intriguing investment opportunities is difficult at the moment, owing to the dislocations affecting economies as a result of central banks' money printing efforts. He does however think that tangible assets such as precious metals, land and fine art remain the best options available at the moment.

Friday, November 11, 2011

What’s going to take place in the economy in 2012 can bankrupt 95% of the population…

The currency collapse of 2012 can bankrupt 95% of the population… (Fact: This has already happened in 30 distinctive countries during the last 100 years, and TWICE in the US!)  Fewer than one in a hundred people understand what's happening and even fewer know what to do about it.  To learn more about how YOU can become a part of our movement to restore personal wealth and freedom please register for our free webinar by clicking on the link below.: