The Stock Market's Ugly Truth - Only 6 Stocks Matter
U.S. equities are being pushed along by the fewest stocks in more than 15 years.
by Zero Hedge
Dow Jones Industrial Average Sinks 100 Points After Chinese Stocks Tumble 8.5% In Shanghai Index
Stock market tumbled 8.5 percent, suffering its biggest one-day loss since 2007.
by Jessica Menton

Yellen is playing her own ‘House of Cards’ – and you will foot the bill
Yellen will push the domestic economy over a cliff.
by Secular Investor
Lawsuit accuses 22 banks of manipulating US Treasury auctions
Banks accused of conspiracy to manipulate Treasury auctions that harmed both investors and borrowers.
by Reuters

Diet Coke Sales Plummet
Coca-Cola said that global sales of Diet Coke fell 7% on the same quarter last year.
by Hazel Sheffield

Washington Post: Gold is Doomed
“When you think about it, a bet on gold is really a bet that the people in charge don’t know what they’re doing.”
by Matt O'Brien
Clinton Backs Massive Wage Hike that Threatens Small Business
“The national minimum wage needs to be raised.”
by Bill McMorris

Take Cover - Wall Street Is Breaking Out The Bubblies
It was irrational exuberance on steroids.
by David Stockman
Shock Report: Are State Agencies Covering for Big Banks?
How long will it last?
by Infowars Nightly News Pays $30K to Fake Accounts in GAO Sting
Revelation adds to controversy surrounding Obamacare.
by Ali Meyer
Perhaps This Is Obama’s Grand Strategy
How long will the public’s suckerdom continue?
by Eric Zuesse

Gold touches 5yr low, as China suspected of heavy selling
Gold recovered after the biggest drop in more than five years.
by RT
China Reveals Nearly 60% Gold Reserves’ Growth in Six Years
China positioning itself for dollar collapse.
by RT

Lloyd Blankfein Is Now a Billionaire
“Most people won’t have as long of a career at a high level, and it’s certainly unusual to keep as much of that stock that you’ve been granted.”
by Michael J Moore & Pamela Roux
China’s GDP Growth Is a Total Lie
World’s second largest economy is definitely faking their suspiciously consistent growth numbers.
by Joshua Krause