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France – According to our good pleasure

From a reader in France: The french government is studying a new tax on 1)Family allocations and 2) Retired pensions: [...]

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How All Markets Move – Gold is NO Exception

Well, the hate mail has started regarding gold and as usual, I get all the arrows. Sorry, but gold is still a market. It rises and falls according to supply and [...]

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Gold – The view

  The computer is short 4 positions. The major support lies at 15795 on a weekly closing basis. Only if that gives way will we break through the bottom of this [...]

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Gold & Silver – An Authoritative Special Report

Much of the stories on the web about silver and gold tend to reflect the official prices rather than the free market prices. There is ALWAYS a free market even [...]

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Curious – 2 Russian Bombers Fly into US Air Space Before State of Union

Two Russian bombers on the 12th flew over the U.S. Overseas Territories of Guam, forcing the U.S. military fighters to be scrambled in response withe two F-15 [...]

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Long Time Socialists Starting to Feel Political Pain

What is interesting to watch is how the Socialists in countries that have been excessively Marxist for decades are starting to see the light that what they have [...]

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G20 Promises to Refrain from Currency Wars

It has only taken since 1933 for government to final admit that competitive devaluation of currencies actually harms the economy. In a G20 communique after a [...]

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Europe in Trouble

Europe will put in the lowest economic growth in the world for 2013. The German national statistics office Destatis calculated that gross domestic product (GDP) [...]

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SEC Criminally Charge Only Non-Bankers

The SEC has filed criminal charges on insider trading front-running which is standard practice by the New York Trading Banks. This is just further evidence that the [...]

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Singapore 4000 Protest Against Foreigners

I reported that there was rising tension against foreigners in Singapore for they blame them for the rise in property prices and inflation. Now, amazingly, there [...]

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