September 18, 2012 8:39:32 AM MDT

Fed prints money to boost Wall Street ‘bonuses’

Once again I ask readers to concentrate as we follow the convoluted world of the Banking Cabal. Let’s start with the basics: the Fed didn’t need to print money.

As I’ve pointed out on many occasions; the Fed is currently counterfeiting a $trillion or so per year in U.S. “money” (for lack of a better ...

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September 17, 2012 9:01:49 AM MDT

“Bullish wagers” on commodities soar

Some people find my use of the phrase “propaganda machine” offensive. However, we see example after example where the Corporate Media simply perverts the actual news into a banker-friendly agenda which is so obvious it cannot possibly be passed off as “objective reporting.”

As I’ve explained on many ...

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September 14, 2012 10:50:44 AM MDT

U.S. interest rates RISE after “QE”

Follow the “bouncing ball.” The U.S. labor market is rapidly deteriorating (again). The Federal Reserve pretends that it cares about unemployment, and pretends it is capable of “doing something” about unemployment.

It announces another $500 billion per year in money-printing – all of which is going i...

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September 10, 2012 9:27:19 AM MDT

North American depression hits movie theaters

One of the advantages of being a Big Picture guy is that when you survey the world from this more-distant perspective it becomes very clear (and simple) when it comes to identifying major trends. Further aiding this process are distinct patterns in human behavior, which tell us what we should expect...

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September 8, 2012 12:28:10 PM MDT

Here comes the money-printing !!!

To the surprise of virtually no one, the Corporate Media is now telling us what precious metals commentators like myself have guaranteed for many months: much, much more money-printing is about to begin. This admission comes despite more gigantic, recent lies (in both U.S. and Europe) intending to d...

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After seeing this piece of absurd nonsense, I can only assume that the next Bloomberg article I read will be proclaiming the discovery of a “perpetual motion machine”, a “cure” for the common cold, or an honest banker.

How is the reality-defying banking cabal going to fund “unlimited” bond purchases ...

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August 29, 2012 9:18:35 AM MDT

U.S. revises Q2 GDP higher

Understand that the entire reason why the talking-heads at the U.S. Federal Reserve have been talking (more and more) about more and more money-printing is that for nearly six months now we have seen a steady of stream of deteriorating numbers out of the U.S. economy – with most of the bad news bein...

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August 25, 2012 1:57:17 PM MDT

U.S. ‘Prison Economy’ Secretly Grows

In writing “The U.S. Prison-Cell Economy” five months ago, I was speaking at least somewhat in metaphorical terms. However, as Bloomberg reveals to us in a recent article, for more and more of Corporate America, a U.S. “prison economy” is already a very literal concept.

Before I delve further into th...

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July 28, 2012 10:22:51 AM MDT

This Week In Precious Metals – July 27th

As long as the fraud-saturated U.S. economy remains the focal point of the global (corporate) media, the bogus “statistics” produced by this government will remain primary drivers of short-term moves in markets. Thus in the immediate term the market is being influenced by the U.S. GDP number just released on Friday, and another absurd jobs-report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics coming next Friday...

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June 25, 2012 11:17:07 AM MDT

My Last Forecast on Silver and Gold Prices

It seems at the very least ironic that as I begin a new chapter in my own career as precious metals analyst for Silver Gold Bull, that simultaneously I’m writing my last chapter on one facet of that analysis. This will be my last effort at playing the increasingly irrelevant game of attempting to forecast gold and silver prices – in terms of the bankers’ paper...

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