Danielle Park – Further Reflections From Someone Who Foresaw The Deflationary Shock

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Aaron Clarey – Helping To Rescue The Helpless Generation: The Millennials

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Danielle Park – Further Reflections From Someone Who Foresaw The Deflationary Shock

from Financial Survival Network

We’ve been speaking with Danielle Park for over three years now. In the beginning we were skeptical of her forecasts for the future. Now, to our surprise, we’re seeing them unfold much as Danielle predicted. How did this come this come pass? How did she perceive the Black Swans when they were circling off so far in the distant gloom? That’s a discussion in its own right, but for now Danielle tells us what she sees coming next and how you can profit from it. Lower oil and commodity prices, a lower Canadian Dollar and a higher US Dollar to name just a few. An interview you don’t want to miss.

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Aaron Clarey – Helping To Rescue The Helpless Generation: The Millennials

from Financial Survival Network

Aaron Clarey a/k/a Captain Capitalism has found his calling. From blogger, author and internet personality, he’s become a consultant and goto guy to the lost and helpless generation known as the Millennials. Often without fathers and constructive role models, more and more of these young adults are turning to Aaron to help them resolve problems that their fathers would have been there for. Have a problem attracting women, Aaron will let you know if you’re too fat or you don’t dress properly. Thinking of starting a business, Aaron is there to let you know that you need to set up an LLC and bank account. There’s much more that you can count on Aaron for, you just need to check out AssHoleCounsulting.com.

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Fed Calls Time on $5.7 Trillion of Emerging Market Dollar Debt

World finance is rotating on its axis. The stronger the US boom, the worse it will be for those countries on the wrong side of the dollar

by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Telegraph.co.uk

The US Federal Reserve has pulled the trigger. Emerging markets must now brace for their ordeal by fire.

They have collectively borrowed $5.7 trillion in US dollars, a currency they cannot print and do not control. This hard-currency debt has tripled in a decade, split between $3.1 trillion in bank loans and $2.6 trillion in bonds. It is comparable in scale and ratio-terms to any of the biggest cross-border lending sprees of the past two centuries.

Much of the debt was taken out at real interest rates of 1pc on the implicit assumption that the Fed would continue to flood the world with liquidity for years to come. The borrowers are “short dollars”, in trading parlance. They now face the margin call from Hell as the global monetary hegemon pivots.

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I’m Not Buying It – Not The Wall Street Rip, Nor The Keynesian Rap

by David Stockman
David Stockman’s Contra Corner

First comes production. Then comes income. Spending and savings follow. All the rest is debt…….unless you believe in a magic Keynesian ether called “aggregate demand” and a blatant stab-in-the-dark called “potential GDP”.

I don’t. So let’s start with a pretty startling contrast between two bellwether data trends since the pre-crisis peak in late 2007—debt versus production.

Not surprisingly, we have racked up a lot more debt—notwithstanding all the phony palaver about “deleveraging”. In fact, total credit market debt outstanding—-government, business, household and finance—-is up by 16% since the last peak—from $50 trillion to $58 trillion. And that 2007 peak, in turn, was up 80% from the previous peak (2001); and that was up 103% from the business cycle peak before that (July 1990).

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The Future of Bitcoin

from Boom Bust

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Napoleon vs. Cheney: “Interrogation That Actually Works”; Icing on the “Hate-Cake”

by Mike “Mish” Shedlock
MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis

Not only is torture against international law, it also produces no useful intelligence. Common sense is enough to prove that statement.

If someone threatened to rape your sister, kill your mom, or shackled you until you were half-dead while feeding you up your anus, you would say nearly anything to ease the pain. So would I, and so would everyone else. Anyone who disagrees is either a liar or a fool.

Even Napoleon recognized that fact.

Warning: This is a very long post. Please allow adequate time to read and digest what follows. I sincerely appreciate your effort to reading this post in entirety. Thanks.

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Three Time Bombs in Your 401(k) and How to Disarm Them Now

by Dave Gonigam
Daily Reckoning

They lurk somewhere in everyone’s 401(k) program. Tick, tick…

And it might be years before you discover them. Tick, tick…

By the time you do… Kaboom! It’s too late. They’ve already blown up your retirement.

I’m talking about three time bombs the mutual fund industry has planted within your 401(k). And I don’t want them blowing up your retirement.

By the time you’re done with this article, you’ll know how to identify them. And, more importantly, how to disarm them.

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Yellen Bluffs Future Rate Hikes and Traders Pretend to Believe Her (Ep. 37)

from Peter Schiff

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Man U.S. Called Upon To Execute QE1 Warns Major Chaos To Erupt In 2015

from King World News

Today the man the United States called up on to execute QE1 warned King World News to expect even more chaos to erupt in 2015. He also discussed what this will mean for investors in major markets, including gold. Andrew Huszar, who built the Fed’s massive trading room, also spoke about what is currently exacerbating serious problems in Russia and elsewhere around the globe.

Eric King: “Andrew, what were your thoughts on what transpired with the Fed yesterday?”

Huszar: “I think what happened was a relatively insignificant change. I’m reminded of a saying in Hungary: Hungarians say that they are always saying they are going to leave the party but they never do. And I feel like the Fed is becoming pretty Hungarian these days in terns of the way it’s talking about the idea of ending easy money but it isn’t really showing any inclination to do so.”

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Minute Memo #97 – Bill Still to be on Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything”

from Bill Still

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China Prepares To Bailout Russia

from Zero Hedge

Earlier this evening China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange’s (SAFE) Wang Yungui noted “the impact of the Russian Ruble depreciation was unclear yet, and, as Bloomberg reported, “SAFE is closely watching Ruble’s depreciation and encouraging companies to hedge Ruble risks.” His comments also echoed the ongoing FX reform agenda aimed at increasing Yuan flexibility which The South China Morning Post then hinted in a story entitled “Russia may seek China help to deal with crisis,” which which noted that Russia could fall back on its 150 billion yuan ($24 billion) currency swap agreement with China if the ruble continues to plunge, that was signed in October. Furthermore, two bankers close to the PBOC reportedly said the swap-line was meant to reduce the role of the US dollar if China and Russia need to help each other overcome a liquidity squeeze.

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Gerald Celente’s Trends In The News – “Top Trend: Bankism”

from Trends Journal

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Oh Bull (FOMC)

by Karl Denninger
Market-Ticker.org

Oh Good Lord….

Consistent with its statutory mandate, the Committee seeks to foster maximum employment and price stability. The Committee expects that, with appropriate policy accommodation, economic activity will expand at a moderate pace, with labor market indicators moving toward levels the Committee judges consistent with its dual mandate. The Committee sees the risks to the outlook for economic activity and the labor market as nearly balanced. The Committee expects inflation to rise gradually toward 2 percent as the labor market improves further and the transitory effects of lower energy prices and other factors dissipate. The Committee continues to monitor inflation developments closely.

Yeah, right.

Transitory energy price factors eh? We’ll see on that one; yes, it may well be transitory but if it is the snapback is likely to be really ugly (although a second-half 2015 or later story.)

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2015 Predictions – Doom Is Always 6 Months Away

from TruthNeverTold

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