Source: Silver Doctors, by Bill Holter Is it possible the clan of monster derivatives banks is a very small club and Deutsche Bank “ain’t a member anymore” because they turned rat? This certainly bears watching because if Deutsche Bank has… Read More ›
From Epoch Times, by Neil Pyper Much of Latin America has seen an unusually long period of relative political stability since the early 2000s. With the exception of Cuba, democratically elected governments seem embedded throughout the region. The political rules… Read More ›
Source: The Wealth Watchman Bang Bang Well friends, I had intended to write on something different today, until I saw what happened last night on the gold scene. I’d had an eerie feeling all weekend that something was likely to… Read More ›
Source: Investment Research Dynamics, by Dave Kranzler UPDATE (Feb 21, 2015): A lot of pundits with poor-analysis-egg-on-their-face are now predicting that the deal struck yesterday to bail out Greece will fall apart. Well ya, I guess eventually Greece will blow… Read More ›
Silver Doctors With Friday’s big PM raid TFMetals’ Craig Hemke (Turd Ferguson) joins the show this week discussing: Ferguson breaks down the mechanics of cartel actions leading up to, and triggering big PM raid- Banksters issued 10 million oz of… Read More ›
From Deutsche Welle, Jan 2015 Newly elected Greek Prime Minister Tsipras has quickly moved to implement his campaign promises to the Greek people. For European leaders, that is cause for serious concern. German and European politicians got a taste of… Read More ›
Source: corbettreport Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is currently embroiled in a Presidential election campaign in the upcoming Turkish elections, but his biggest enemies may not be his political rivals.
Source: KingWorldNews Hostile merger and acquisition activity has reached a 7-year high. Again, these are levels not seen since the panic of 2008 began. Debt is rising in deals, despite these warnings that they (the acquisitions) are being over-leveraged. So… Read More ›