Ned Schmidt – The Frogs Are Getting Boiled, and They Don’t Have Clue

from Financial Survival Network Ned Schmidt says, the Fed has been turning up the heat and the “investors”… [more]

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Triple Lutz Report #369 – NYC Storage Wars Heat Up

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Ben Brunson – Ebola Virus: The Future Is Uncertain

from Financial Survival Network Ben Brunson was CEO of a clinical testing facility for over a… [more]

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Danielle Park – Getting Ready For The Other Shoe To Drop

from Financial Survival Network What a difference two weeks makes. When Danielle Park and I last… [more]

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David Gurwitz – Buy Signal For Gold, Sell Signal For Oil… What’s Next?

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Barry Stuppler – Gold Market Showing Renewed Signs of Life

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Jeff Bell – Running For Senate On The Gold Standard

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Ned Schmidt – The Frogs Are Getting Boiled, and They Don’t Have Clue

from Financial Survival Network

Ned Schmidt says, the Fed has been turning up the heat and the “investors” don’t have a clue. They’ve tightened 8 times. There’s no excess liquidity. The only thing keeping gold down is the phony dollar rally, which is really just a bear market is Euro and Yen currencies. The phony rally is now faltering and this should lead to a 2-3 year rally in PM and the rally should take off in a matter of weeks. Once Wall Street can invest directly in China forget about it. Could be billions per day. Only 3 investments could be worth anything, but they’re China related and gold.

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Triple Lutz Report #369 – NYC Storage Wars Heat Up

from Financial Survival Network

New York City politicians are upset over the nearly $15 million spent yearly on storing the homeless’s possessions in storage warehouses around the City. It’s an outrage that’s been going on for too long. But when you’re living in a socialist utopia such things are to be expected, right?

Camden New Jersey is doing much better since it fired its police force and the county started a new force from scratch. Murders are way down and response times have been cut from 60 minutes to 4.4 minutes. It’s just proof that public unions can cost lives. The new force has 60 percent more officers, more technology and civilian staff for the same price tag. It’s been unionized as well, but starting from a much lower base. Perhaps the governor needs to the same thing in Newark, Patterson, Passaic and other failing unsafe cities around the state. Maybe he could do it with the schools as well. Abolish city schools and start county schools. I think Christie is definitely on to something.

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Ben Brunson – Ebola Virus: The Future Is Uncertain

from Financial Survival Network

Ben Brunson was CEO of a clinical testing facility for over a decade. Therefore, he’s very familiar with the issues involved in disease transmission and in the steps required to prevent it. It’s quite clear that the government is playing politics in not suspending flights to and from the countries where the Ebola outbreak is most serious. This is standard operating procedure and is one of the most effective measures that can be taken to stop the spread of the disease. In addition, the Army should set up a containment centers outside the country for screening those who might be infected. Securing the borders wouldn’t be a bad idea either. Assuming that the disease doesn’t seriously mutate, following these steps could keep the disease manageable. The biggest problem confronting the West is personal mobility/travel and the effect it has upon spreading the disease around the world.

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Oil Slump Leaves Russia Even Weaker Than Decaying Soviet Union

Russia had the chance at the end of the Cold War to build a modern, diversified economy, with the enthusiastic help of the West. That chance has been squandered

by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Telegraph.co.uk

It took two years for crumbling oil prices to bring the Soviet Union to its knees in the mid-1980s, and another two years of stagnation to break the Bolshevik empire altogether.

Russian ex-premier Yegor Gaidar famously dated the moment to September 1985, when Saudi Arabia stopped trying to defend the crude market, cranking up output instead. “The Soviet Union lost $20bn per year, money without which the country simply could not survive,” he wrote.

The Soviet economy had run out of cash for food imports. Unwilling to impose war-time rationing, its leaders sold gold, down to the pre-1917 imperial bars in the vaults. They then had to beg for “political credits” from the West. That made it unthinkable for Moscow to hold down eastern Europe’s captive nations by force, and the Poles, Czechs and Hungarians knew it.

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Mapping China’s Bursting Real Estate Bubble

from Zero Hedge

With global growth concerns on the rise, whether a bust in the Chinese housing sector could threaten the economic activity and financial stability of the world’s largest contributor to growth is top of mind for Goldman Sachs. As Michael Pettis warns, “this story only has a few possible endings, all of which imply a significant reduction in economic growth as debt problems are addressed.” The following 3 charts suggest Pettis is right…

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In the Downdraft of Hormegeddon

by Bill Bonner
Daily Reckoning

Hormegeddon is a modern phenomenon. It is only possible since the advent of civilization. Without civilization, there are no masses. Without the masses, there are no mass movements, no mass delusions, no mass revolts and no mass epidemics.

All mass phenomena function in a similar way to the behavior of disease. Passing from one person to another in large groups, infectious bacteria multiply and mutate. Those killed by antibiotics and natural antibodies die off. Those not killed continue adapting and evolving.

Without frequent contact with the enemy, the target grows soft and vulnerable. Over time, the more successful people become at protecting themselves — by avoiding the invasions of deadly bacteria — the more susceptible they become to the next mutant invader.

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Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts – Consolidation Day and Tragedy In Canada

from Jesse’s Café Américain

“Anger is the enemy of non-violence, and pride is a monster that swallows it up.” — Mahatma Gandhi

There was a terrible shooting of some innocent people near the Parliament in Ottawa today. Such actions are never justified, and are simply murder, no matter what rationales some may wish to put forward. That these types of things may be used to promote oppressive responses by some is simply a doubling of the tragedy and injustice.

As Gandhi said, ‘an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.’

Gold and particularly silver were under pressure for most of the day. They may have taken a pause at support.

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Middleton and Randazzo on Bank Capital and Bank Regulation

from Boom Bust

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As Stocks Dive, Key Indicator Moves To A 30-Year High

from King World News

As stocks dive, today a key indicator just moved to a brand new 30-year high!

Here is the latest Investors Intelligence report along with the all-important sentiment chart: Last Friday’s close showed a major rebound from Wednesday’s lows but the major averages still fell for the fourth straight week. There were turnaround signs with some indicator upturns and over 600 stock selling climaxes. Consecutive sessions with new stock buy signals in the majority added conviction to a positive momentum shift. The speed and size of the rebound wasn’t yet acknowledged by the advisors who remain overall cautious. As we go to print they are not yet convinced that the correction is over. That is a positive sign as they will have to increase their exposure if the rally gains traction. That should add fuel for more gains.

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The BBC is Using Anti-Terror Surveillance to Find Tax Dodgers

by Michael Krieger
Liberty Blitzkrieg

Many commentators, including myself, have been sounding the alarm for many years that only a short-sighted society filled with fearful imbeciles would ever grant government tyrannical powers in the name of fighting an overhyped, outside enemy. As has happened countless times in world history, once these powers are granted they are always eventually used against the domestic population. Sometimes it is used to crackdown on dissent, but sometimes it’s used just to earn money and shake down the domestic plebs. It appears the British Broadcasting Corportation (BBC) in Great Britain is now using it simply to collect tax.

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Golden Pain Will Turn to Pleasure

by Nick Hodge
Outsider Club

The pain in the precious metals markets is palpable. And that means if you’re in a position to, you should be buying.

Check out what Chairman Rick Rule of Sprott U.S. Holdings had to say in his newsletter this month:

…the chart pattern we’re seeing in the junior mining market in particular (but in the precious metals markets as well) is sort of a saucer-shaped recovery that is a slow, gradual recovery featuring higher highs and higher lows.

It’s important to note that the advances then consolidate—and that’s very important. The advances that don’t consolidate tend to [later] consolidate or fall off very rapidly. So what we’re seeing is a market that will advance by 10% or 12%, and then decline by 5% or 6%.

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“Engraging Roman” – Kenny from HitTheBid.Com

from DayTradeShow

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Gold Hits 5-Week High, Silver Eagle Bullion Coins Top 36M

from Coin News

Gold settled up for a second session Tuesday, reaching a five-week high. Other precious metals also added to prior-day gains.

Gold for December delivery climbed $7, or 0.6%, to end at $1,251.70 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

“For the moment I think gold will hold near the key $1,250 level and a strong break above that could take it up to $1,275,” Reuters quoted a trader in Hong Kong. “Despite the recent rebound in equities, there are still some worries out there that could attract bids for gold. Weakness in the dollar is a major factor for gold.”

Gold traded from $1,245.70 to $1,255.60, the highest price since reaching $1,258.50 an ounce on Sept. 10.

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How High Up Did the London Whale Criminality Go at JPMorgan?

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens
Wall Street on Parade

Yesterday the Inspector General of the Federal Reserve System released a highly abbreviated report on the New York Fed’s supervision of JPMorgan’s Chief Investment Office (CIO) that spawned the $6.2 billion in exotic derivative losses in 2012 – using hundreds of billions of dollars in FDIC insured deposits to make those wild bets. The debacle became known as the London Whale since the outsized trades were conducted in London.

The four page summary report that was sanitized for the public includes two bombshells for those who took the time to read the report carefully. First, the Inspector General specifically notes that “we selected July 2004 through April 2012 as the time period for our evaluation. July 2004 marked JPMC’s merger with Bank One Corporation (Bank One), and JPMC created the CIO in 2005.”

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