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The Rise of Barter in Greece & Southern Europe

  Some people are claiming that Greece is doing away with the Euro because people are bartering. This is simply not the case. There is a collapse in public [...]

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Thirst for Taxes Locks out Vatican from Electronic Wire Transfers like Iran

If anyone ever thought governments are Christian as opposed to the old atheist USSR, you have another thing coming. Governments do not trust the Vatican and have [...]

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US Criminally Charged Swiss’s Oldest Bank

Behind closed doors, the universal image of the United States around the world speaking with other people in government was clear – it is regarded as the [...]

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Interest Rates & 2013

2013 will be the Pi (π) target year for the low in interest rates from the 1981 high. The key in this giant financial crisis is still Europe. Marxism has failed. [...]

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What was in the “fiscal cliff” Bill?

The Bush tax cuts will become permanent for all individual income below $400,000 (and family income below $450,000). The sequester spending cuts will be delayed two [...]

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Interview by Financial News Network

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Fed Concerns Bearish For Gold

The news pundits call the minutes from the Fed’s December policy meeting showing a growing concern about further increases in the central bank’s $2.9 [...]

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Gold & Underground Economy

I have warned that the role of gold will be primarily as an underground currency. As governments become more and more desperate, people turn to alternatives. I have [...]

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Does the Collapse of an Empire Follow the Same Pattern?

The answer to that is yes! Here are three charts on Britain. Its debt soared with World War I, the cost of living became exceptionally high and foreign labor [...]

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Gold Support & Resistance

The Fibonacci stuff is just a interesting curiosity that merely showed the resistance at 17633 level. This is by no means a definitive tool. Just a confirming tool [...]

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