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9/27/2016
US bond market’s biggest buyers are selling like never before
They’re getting’ out of Dodge while the getting’s still good. The US debt problem is about to become a real problem. If yields rise, losses will too. full article...
9/27/2016
New home sales decline
The bubble continues to lose momentum.


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9/27/2016
Apple under investigation by Japanese regulators



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9/27/2016
Banks to need billions more capital in tests under Fed plan
The banks don’t have enough capital to withstand another crisis. No surprise here. full article...
9/27/2016
Deutsche Bank shares hit new low
Shares fell 7.54%. The banks’ shares have lost more than 50% in 2016. full article...
9/27/2016
Don’t look for a bailout of Deutsche Bank anytime soon
Germany is the EU's largest economy. Deutsche Bank is its largest bank. Europe has a problem. So does Germany. full article...
9/27/2016
Deutsche Bank isn't Europe’s only woe
Deutsche Bank is in trouble. Europe is in trouble. Capitalism is in trouble. Who’d a thought. full article...
9/27/2016
Deutsche Bank and the financial sector retreat
The bankers’ end game continues.


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9/27/2016
S&P: China’s mystery oil stockpiles could be a ‘wildcard’ for markets
Oil volatility continues. So do the unknowns. full article...
9/27/2016
Saudi’s, Iran dash hopes for OPEC deal in Algeria
Hopes for higher prices are again unfounded. No surprise here. full article...
9/27/2016
Saudi Arabia injects $5.3 billion into banks to ease crunch
Oil rich Saudi Arabia is now cash-poor. Who’d a thought. full article...
9/27/2016
10,000 residents evacuate Iowa’s worst flood
Record heat, record cold, record rains, fires, floods, drought, etc. The earth changes are here.


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9/27/2016
Typhoon Megi: Four killed, over 260 injured in Taiwan
The earth changes are here.


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9/27/2016
Tornado strikes north China
The earth changes are here.


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9/27/2016
Hanjin Shipping in trouble
So is global trade.


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9/27/2016
Bank of Japan positions for post-Kuroda era with policy for long haul
Kuroda failed to end deflation. Deflation will be the end Japan’s economy, not the other way around. full article...
9/27/2016
Growth: China’s most misleading indicator
Growth is slowing, risks are rising. full article...
9/27/2016
Rogoff: China slowdown is global economy’s biggest threat
China’s credit binge saved the global economy in 2009. In 2016, it may destroy it. full article...
9/27/2016
Real estate bubble kidnaps Chinese economy
Chinese love real estate and they love to bet. Not a good combination. full article...
9/27/2016
Contagion risks rise as China banks fund each others’ loans
Chinese banks are borrowing from each other fueling a new credit bubble. full article...
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9/23/2016
Stocks, bonds climb as Fed buttresses cheap-money era
The Fed is trapped in a cheap money cycle. We all are. Who’d a thought. full article...
9/23/2016
Fed’s glacial pace drives sagging dollar



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9/23/2016
Why Wall Street’s IPO business is the worst in 20 years



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9/23/2016
World trade growth weakest in 25 years



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DARRYL ROBERT SCHOON: Hyperinflation vs Deflationary Collapse
The bankers' endgame is in its final stage as the removal of gold destabilized capital markets and money itself. Hyperinflation and a deflationary collapse are now both possibilities.  full article...


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Moving Through The Maelstrom: Germany's hyperinflation in the 1920s and paper money today
Ralph T. Foster, author of "Fiat Paper Money: The History and Evolution of Our Currency" and I discuss monetary history and its relevance to today's economic crisis.


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Investor fear & greed



John Hussman: Structural growth and dope-dealers on speed-dial
Only the 1929 and 2000 (dot.com) stock markets rose higher than the current bubble. Deluded markets head towards the inevitable. Worthy of thought and reflection. 

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David Stockman: How the ‘birther’ story was birthed by Clinton aide, Sidney Blumenthal – chapter and verse
Sid Blumenthal started the lie during thr 2008 Democratic primary and after Obama was elected racist right-wingers bought it hook, line and sinker. Worthy of thought and reflection. 

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Who controls the money controls the world



 

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John Oliver: Refugee crisis




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‘Gypsy cops’ with questionable past keep getting hired
Many cops are hired thugs. No surprise here.


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US to pay Native America tribes $490 million
Finally.


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NASA: Jupiter’s moon Europa ‘spewing water plumes’



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‘Still Loving You ‘ by The Scorpions





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Dollars & Sense, Show 55/56, Dirty Laundry Golden Money

Dollars & Sense, Show 55/56, Dirty Laundry Golden Money



DRSCHOON.COM features the articles of Professor A. E. Fekete of the New Austrian School of Economics, a leading expert on gold and its role in financial markets and the economy.

Prof. Antal Fekete Interview with Guillermo Barba

GB: In your opinion, what are the most important events since our last interview two years ago?

Professor: The most important development was the establishment of the negative interest rate structure by various countries; including Switzerland, which is an amazing development. I thought Switzerland would be the last country that would play with fire and here it is they were leading the pack and hailing the advent of negative interest rates, which is just insane. I think that was the most important development over the past two years. full article...

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