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Canada – the Sneak Preview

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong – The Liberal majority was no surprise – they are still the best political machine in the province.  They promise no deficit in [...]

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Google – The New Bank – Rollover BitCoin & Banks – Its the Internet Revolution

The real birth in electronic money is not Bitcoin, but Google Wallet. Standing in line at Starbucks you will see the under 25 crowd pay with their cell phones. [...]

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EU Commission Destroying Everything it can Touch – The Reverse Midas Touch

Ireland’s Finance Minister Michael Noonan has been desperately trying to meet the strict brain-dead requirements of the troika of the European Commission. [...]

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Bank of England to Raise Rates – Not Lower

The head of the Bank of England, Mark Carney delivered a speech at the “Lord Mayor’s Banquet” in London’s financial district with the [...]

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Public v Private

QUESTION: Hello Martin Could you please explain the difference between the 8.6 year peaks in the ECM cycle within the public or private wave and the 8.6 year peak [...]

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The Debt Bubble & Big Money

The trends in global debt are interesting to say the least. There are major shifts in debt that people are not really paying attention to. Chinese companies [...]

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At Last – A Beneficial Use for Obamacare

Former F1 driver Michael Schumacher is no longer in a coma and has been released from the hospital. He suffered a brain injury in a skiing accident. Perhaps his [...]

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Goldman Beats Lawsuit – Judge Says It was Buyer’s Fault

As if we did not see this one coming. Goldman Sachs, the untouchable firm, won dismissal of a suit over $450 million in residential mortgage-backed securities. The [...]

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The Flip-Side to NSA – They Have Everyone’s Files – Even Former IRS official Lois Lerner

Former IRS official Lois Lerner invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination at a congressional hearing in March, something courts have done away [...]

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While the Talking Heads Keep Talking Bearish & Crash – Central Banks Buy Equities – The Shift From Public to Private

I previously reported that our sources were reporting that central banks were starting to buy shares to diversify their reserves. All of our sources in Asia and [...]

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