Month: April 2009

Every precious metals trader that has analyzed gold prices over the past several decades knows that a common ploy the IMF and leading global Central Banks utilize to suppress gold prices in the COMEX futures markets is to announce plans…

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The Gaping Hole in the Deflation Argument, Part II

In Part I of “The Gaping Hole”, I stated that “the valid argument against massive future inflation is the fact that this bailout money must eventually end up not just in the monetary base but in the monetary supply.” When…

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The Gaping Hole in the Deflation Argument

There are many people still bandying around the idea that we will suffer a prolonged period of deflation and their primary argument in support of this thesis is the fact that despite the ECB, the Federal Reserve, the Bank of…

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How to Know When the Current US Dollar Rally Will End

The last time I wrote an article about the US dollar on March 4th titled the “US Dollar Vulnerable to a Sharp Decline Now”, the US dollar index promptly plunged from 89 to 83 less than one week later. In…

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How an Unsound Global Monetary System Creates Boom/Bust Cycles

Many times when I run into old friends after a while, in reference to past conversations we may have had regarding global capital markets, they tell me something to the effect of: “Everything you said that was going to happen…

Though I’m writing this article on the Saturday preceding the Monday Bank of America earning’s announcement, I am quite confident in stating that the chances Bank of America will not surprise and beat analysts on Monday is slim to none….

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A $700+ Trillion Bubble Waiting to Burst

In the past three years, while banks all over the world and Wall Street were imploding, while some $40-$50 trillion of capital was being destroyed in global stock markets, one financial market kept growing. That market is the financial derivatives…

The recent comments of many on our nation’s top banking executives have been so consistently disingenuous that the subject of this article has been long overdue for some time now. On March 20, 2009, Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit issued a…

With FASB demonstrating no backbone this Thursday and voting to change mark-to-market rules with not a single dissenting vote (demonstrating that not a single FASB board member has the guts to stand up for what is right), the Big Deception…

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