The shrinking pool of real wealth
ECB would pledge to backstop markets after a Brexit, sources tell Reuters
Worries over British exit from European Union and possibility global monetary policy failing
Obama continues false claims that he ended Afghan war
Obama’s administration is extremely hostile toward savers
If you thought the crisis in the European banking sector was over, think again
The headlines go from bad to worse for the UK and EU establishment
The benefits of EU membership for trade could be easily outperformed outside the Union
Secretive group positioning itself to profit from upcoming economic meltdown
What are we to make of all of this?
Jeb Hensarling says Fed does not have the credibility and respect it once had
Soros Fund Management sold stocks and bought gold and shares in gold miners
Some countries have been “virtually destroyed” by the collapse in prices
Widespread reports continue to pour in from all over the nation of “glitches” with the food stamp system.
Report has shown tax havens became even more popular in 2015...
Obama lies to the American public as economy tanks
Futures had earlier risen to new 2016 highs
The loser as the USD strengthens is China
It no longer makes sense to save up money for a decade to buy a house,
The effect of trade restrictions is to lower real wages
The price at the pump has risen 60 cents over the past 15 weeks
Despite Americans being looted to the hilt and giving so much of our money away, we're still demonized as "racist bigots."
Last Friday, the government released the worst jobs report in six years, and that has a lot of people really freaked out.
To combat the effects of discrimination, expand choice and competition
Switzerland says no to idea of "free money" for everyone
Gold however has its fans in the East and gold is moving from West to the East
Govt wants welfare class totally dependent on the state
The overall trend should not be a big surprise
Any voluntary association must involve profit in one way or another
Election issues for 2016: more of the same
Around 78 per cent of voters rejected the policy, projections suggest
Late last week the markets were shocked by a surprisingly bad May jobs report – the worst monthly report in nearly six years.