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Puerto Rico is Becoming the Strange Attractor

Politicians being mostly lawyers only see their power to change and make laws as absolute. They fail to comprehend that they too must be competitive for their [...]

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NYSE to Eliminate Human Execution of Trades?

The New York Stock Exchange is preparing to go non-human. Arnold Schwarzenegger is coming. The ability to execute trades without humans is really here. In reality, [...]

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Big Banks Will Be Dismantled

Bank COMPENSATION at the world’s biggest banks rose last year once again. In total, 35 of the top banks saw spending on staff rise $13.1 billion more in 2012 [...]

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China Learning from the Past

Unless you go through trial by fire, you just do not get it. Obama and Europe are headed toward pure disaster. Both are plain stupid and fail to recognize that [...]

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China Moving to Insure Bank Deposits

China is moving closer to insuring bank deposits. This will be a major step in economic stabilization moving forward. [...]

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Japan Trying to Spend $100 billion in 15 months.

Japan is embarking on what may be mission impossible: to spend $100 billion in 15 months. The other problem is Japanese politicians are still way too Marxist. They [...]

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Japan Desperate for Money

All countries have simply cross the line and are attacking citizens because of their fiscal mismanagement. This is even taking place in Japan who also has a [...]

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UK Raised Taxes on Families

UK attacks family benefits in taxation is starting to really impact the economy. The full broad effect of this tax hike is contributing to the economic decline in [...]

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German Elections Sept 22nd

As we move closer to elections in Europe we will be confronted by a much more serious political crisis than appears on the radar right now. Merkel’s idea of [...]

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Taxman Cometh Up Short

Only about half of U.S. states met their forecasts for withheld taxes in February after taxpayers made last-minute financial moves in 2012 for fear of having to pay [...]

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