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Time for a Change in Reasoning

I receive a lot of emails questioning how our forecasts can be so correct on everything, from gold and stocks, to politics and the economy. I have stated all along [...]

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John Boehner – the Most Evil Dictator in the History of Congress

John Boehner is one good reason why there should be a law that if a state continues to elect someone who will destroy the nation, that state should be ejected from [...]

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Putin – the Most Popular Leader in the World

The most popular world leader among his own people is none other than Russian President Vladimir Putin. Indeed, Putin’s domestic approval ratings have risen [...]

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Cayman Islands to Begin Reporting Everyone on October 1, 2015

The Cayman Islands’ Department of International Tax Compliance (DITC) has notified Cayman financial institutions of its intention to move forward with [...]

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What Is Going on in the NY Fed? Will They Break Apart Big Banks?

In a speech, the New York Federal Reserve Board President William Dudley addressed the outrageous misconduct that has been going on within the financial industry. [...]

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Britain Headed Back to a Mini Ice Age

We have been warning that the danger is by no means global warming, but global cooling. The energy output of the sun has turned down. Now scientists are warning [...]

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What Questions Will Socrates Answer?

We will be launching first the main analysis to an expanded beta group of about 300 clients. While that is in the final stages of making sure any bugs are squashed, [...]

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Europe’s Lack of Integration v USA Discrimination

There is little doubt that Europe is moving into what Jefferson described as the third phase of government: Force. The federalization of Europe is now the number [...]

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The Dow & Rising Interest Rates

COMMENT: Between the early 1960s to 1982 the Dow was basing with an overhead resistance of approx. 1000. The prime interest rates during those 20 years varied from [...]

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SOLUTIONS

COMMENT: Hi Martin, I like your idea of capping government spending at 5% of GDP.  I also agree that simply increasing the money supply would work just fine [...]

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