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Cryptocurrencies Down into July?

COMMENT: I found it very interesting when my bank would not allow using a credit card to buy cryptocurrencies. A friend of mine in Singapore said the government [...]

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Comey Let Hillary Walk When He Knew Foreign Agents Hacked Secret Emails

There is no question now after the Inspector General’s Report that Comey was off the charts. The FBI even knew that ‘foreign actors’ had access to [...]

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Switzerland Reject “Real Money” Proposal to Eliminate Banks from Creating Electronic Money by Lending

In Switzerland, we get to see how people who are really clueless about how the economy works still manage to get outrageous referendums on the ballot. A radical [...]

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Market Talk- June 20, 2018

Good to see a healthy rebound in todays Asian markets with strong performances across the board. It still appears however, that the market is not that confident [...]

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Definition of Free Trade = Gov’t is Free to Change the Definition to Freely Get Revenue

COMMENT: I live in Alberta, Canada and for years as a sign maker I had to order materials from the United States. I can assure you that the problems you [...]

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Trump – Trudeau – Trade & Tariffs

Many countries charge you for goods you buy overseas not just Canada. One of our girls in Germany was called down to pay tax on clothes her mother bought and sent [...]

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Trump v Trudeau

Trump has been attacking Canada once again on trade. He blasted the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying the U.S. can no longer afford to be the “stupid [...]

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Citigroup Becoming a Political Bank

  Citigroup has issued a press release back in March stating that it will penalize banking clients who engage in gun sales even though they comply with [...]

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Portugal

QUESTION: Can you shed any light on the history of money in Portugal. There seems to be scant discussion of this subject. Thank you ANSWER: The first coinage of [...]

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Market Talk- June 18, 2019

A weak session for Asia to start the new week. With little data due, we are left to concentrate on the ongoing US/China trade tit-for-tat, the OPEC meeting and [...]

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