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Cashless Transactions Exceed Cash Transactions in Britain

BBC is now reporting that cashless transactions have exceeded cash transactions in the British economy. We are now watching how the media is conditioning society to [...]

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Denmark Preparing to be the First to Eliminate Cash

Denmark is not part of the euro; they have their own currency, the krone. So far, they appear likely to become the first country to abolish cash. The Danish [...]

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Abolishing Cash – New Age of Economic Totalitarianism

Europe is moving full speed ahead to eliminate all cash. Instead of reforming and tackling the economic problems, government always seeks to maintain the same [...]

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The Collapse of Socialism – It’s Our Turn up to Bat

The entire idea of Marxism is coming to a real crash and burn. China and Russia experienced that collapse in 1989.95 with the turn in the Economic Confidence [...]

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So What Can We Do?

This Sovereign Debt Crisis is the nature of the beast we face. Understanding that crisis is half the battle, for after the business cycle turns, there will be a lot [...]

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The Coming Crash of All Crashes – but in Debt

Why are governments rushing to eliminate cash? During previous recoveries following the recessionary declines from the peaks in the Economic Confidence Model, the [...]

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Creating the Bond Bubble – Role of the Stock Market

All over the place they are touting that the stock market will crash and burn. Indeed, when you say there is a coming crash, everyone immediately assumes that means [...]

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IRS Seizing Small Business Accounts Because of Cash Deposits

The IRS is seizing accounts of small business operations under the crime called “Structuring”. This is where you deposit less than $10,000 two or more times to [...]

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Traders Are Showing up Dead

Toronto police identified a body found in the water as that of missing Morgan Stanley sales trader Murray Abbott. This is by no means the only trader suddenly found [...]

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Tangible Assets Still Rising

Pablo Picasso’s iconic abstract 1955 painting “Les femmes d’Alger” sold for a record $179,365,000 at an auction Monday in New York, at [...]

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