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US Share Market Rout

The rout in the US share market has many talking heads patting themselves on the back. But this is by no means a major high. The Cash SP500 had finally broken out [...]

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The Emerging Market Crisis

The fourth quarter real estate in Singapore turned down showing that the whole Emerging Markets did tend to peak out with the ECM last August. This has led to a [...]

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Global Market Watch Jan 24, 2014

The Global Market Watch has been posted for the close of January 24th, 2014. Global Market [...]

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Nigel Farage Tells it Like it Is.

Nigel Farage tells it like it is – Europe is by no means a democracy – it’s run by big banks, big business, and big bureaucrats. There is no [...]

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Attorney General say No Bank is Too Big to Indict – Right!

Attorney General Eric Holder claims no bank is too big to indict citing the fines he got from J.P. Morgan, reported by Reuters. But those are fines, not a criminal [...]

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Europe Outlawing Short-Selling – And There Goes Britain?

Cameron loses fight with EU over allowing short-selling. The European politicians think they can prevent a collapse by outlawing short-selling. What these morons [...]

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Inside Ukraine – The Same Tactics as Iran

The uprising in Iran was met with secret police going after anyone who joined the protests. Ukraine is adopting the same methods. Instead of confrontation that [...]

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Electronic Money – Coming Everywhere Sooner than you Think

When Larry Summers said interest rates should be negative, he was flying a balloon to see how it was taken. Negative interest rates are coming. When the economy [...]

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Education – Waste of Time & Money?

The plight of education is really becoming a total disaster. Historically, one learned the basics in school. However, the trade was acquired not by degree but by [...]

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Tension Everywhere Rising?

The most unlikely place to see tensions rising just made the list – Australian v Indonesia. The real issue has been economics and trying to prevent the boat [...]

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