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Anthem Blanchard – HayekGold: The Latest In Crypto Currencies

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Jason Hartman – Financial Repression Comes In All Shapes And Sizes

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Andrew Hoffman – Has Greece Become Neverland?

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Jordan Goodman – Latest Take On The Fed

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James Hirsen – Lessons In Finance From The Famous

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Gordon T. Long – Greece And Puerto Rico: Public Pensions Come Undone

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Patrick Crow – Don’t Use Debit Cards, and Watch Out For Gas Station Skimmers (Episode 14)

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John Rubino – End of the Greek Tragedy is Here, Just as the Chinese Tragedy Starts

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Keith Neumeyer – Supply Crunch Coming In The Mining Sector

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Christopher Markowski – Yet Another Greek Bailout Coming?

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Anthem Blanchard – HayekGold: The Latest In Crypto Currencies

from Financial Survival Network

Anthem Blanchard returns to discuss HayekGold… HayekGold was inspired by Austrian Economic author and thought-leader, F.A. Hayek, is the new digital gold product offered by Anthem Vault. Each ‘Hayek’ represents one gram of gold, that is secured in Anthem Vault’s world-class vaulting facility. After purchasing gold through an Anthem Vault account, users can then safely transfer their gold into HayekGold. HayekGold can then be spent and stored using the latest in secure, block chain technology. HayekGold simplifies your gold into a digitized gold asset that’s easy to manage in a global market. The digital asset can help gold owners move their gold more fluidly, while also minimizing transfer costs. The goal of cryptographic technology is to make owning assets easier and more secure. HayekGold does just that.

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Patrick Crow – Don’t Use Debit Cards, and Watch Out For Gas Station Skimmers (Episode 14)

from The Identity Theft Warriors

Patrick Crow is COO of KeepMyID.org, and a leading expert on identity theft, the fastest growing crime in America.

It’s no secret that identity theft is out of control. Allison Spadafore, 30, was charged Monday with 45 counts of identity fraud, 15 counts of criminal tools, two counts of money laundering, two counts of misuse of credit card, one count of attempted misuse of credit card and one count of obstructing official business.

Next, the IRS has started a cyber-crimes unit to fight income tax refund fraud… It’s probably too little too late.

Finally, Patrick talks about the devastating effects of the recent federal data breach of the Office of Personnel Management. Is it the equivalent of a digital Pearl Harbor? It could be, the information is so extensive and invasive and could compromise thousands of agents and government employees with security clearances.

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Jason Hartman – Financial Repression Comes In All Shapes And Sizes

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Jason Hartman joined us today to discuss the antidote to Financial Repression. Jason has been marketing the cure to Financial Repression before he even knew it existed. While you can chase higher yield in various funds, the fact is that the high fees and expenses that you will encounter are just another form of Financial Repression. Over the course of decades you’ll be eaten alive. Unlike buying and holding single family homes where there’s nobody nickeling and diming you into oblivion.

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Fed Still on Track for September Hike, Economists Say

by Greg Robb
Market Watch

The Federal Reserve is still expected to go ahead with a rate hike in September despite a mixed job report for June, economists said Friday.

“We came into work this morning thinking the Fed would move in September and we feel even more confident right now” after the June data, said Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at J.P. Morgan Chase.

Feroli said measures of slack in the labor market beneath the headlines continued to decline in June, including the measure of workers who are working part-time for economic reasons and measures of long-term unemployment.

The U.S. created 223,000 new jobs in June, close to analyst expectations, and the unemployment rate dropped to 5.3%, a seven-year low.

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Mail the IRS $ 1,400,000

by Monty Pelerin
Monty Pelerin’s World

As a US taxpayer, please pay your share of the US debt. Mail the IRS $1,400,000. Checks sent without proper postage will be returned unopened.

That amount is the low estimate of each US taxpayer’s share of the national debt and unfunded liabilities. Some believe the calculation is too low as referenced below.

The chart to the right is only US funded debt and it only goes through 2010. This debt is now on its way to $19 trillion! It is the debt that most people talk about. Most people are unaware that this represents a small fraction of what is owed. Overlooked are the promises primarily with respect to future obligations like federal government pensions, Social Security, Medicare, etc. That is where the real big dollars are. Properly accounted for, these represent over $100 trillion dollars more. Estimate range up to $200 trillion!

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Gold Acting Tepid At Best, Hits 3.5 Month Low – Gary Wagner | Kitco News

from Kitco NEWS

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The American Dream is Still Alive… for Waiters and Bartenders

by Simon Black
Sovereign Man

When I was a kid, my friends and I used to cruise around on our Huffy bikes for hours at a time.

Often we’d end up on the other side of town in unfamiliar places. No helmets. No knee pads. No reflector vests. No parents.

Had I grown up in today’s nanny state, there’s no doubt I would presently be in foster care or the custody of some government ‘Child Protective Services’ agency, and my parents would be in jail for neglect.

It’s amazing how many rules and laws exist governing what you can and cannot do with children, as if they’re made of glass and need to grow up in a protective bubble.

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Greek Banks Down to €500m in Cash Reserves as Economy Crashes

The daily allowance of cash from many ATM machines has already dropped from €60 to €50, purportedly because €20 notes are running out

by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, in Athens
Telegraph.co.uk

Greece is sliding into a full-blown national crisis as the final cash reserves of the banking system evaporate by the hour and swathes of industry start to shut down, precipitating the near disintegration of the ruling coalition.

Business leaders have been locked in talks with the Bank of Greece, pleading for the immediate release of emergency liquidity funds (ELA) to cover food imports and pharmaceutical goods before the tourist sector hits a brick wall.

Officials say the central bank will release the funds as soon as Friday, but this is a stop-gap measure at best. “We are on a war footing in this country,” said Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek finance minister.

The daily allowance of cash from many ATM machines has already dropped from €60 to €50, purportedly because €20 notes are running out. Large numbers are empty. The financial contagion is spreading fast as petrol stations and small businesses stop accepting credit cards.

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Minute Memo #117 – Greece – Vote “NO” on Sunday

from Bill Still

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Market Talk – July 2, 2015

by Martin Armstrong
Armstrong Economics

Not really a big surprise that Greece was not the main headline today. Obviously, its still all over the media but the markets had the Non-Farm Payroll (NFP’s) to contend with instead. Not such a shocker at 223k (rate 5.3%) but the revisions (down 60k, put April 187 and May 254) were mildly interesting. Also, a point to note was that the participation rate was 62.6% (lowest since Oct 1977).

Bond markets globally performed, assuming the Fed will delay the delay but the TY/RX spread gapped in by 6bp (currently trading around 151bp).

European fixed-income lagged all day as Primary Dealers prepared for mid morning issuance. Most were easily digested (even as markets traded lower) but the OAT’s looked a little unsure at the tail especially as they ended up giving Eur 7.995bn of the expected 7-8bn range.

Continue Reading at ArmstrongEconomics.com…

Pilot Pulls Wrong Throttle, Kills 43; Tennessee Train Crash Releases Toxic Fumes, 5,000 Evacuated; Robot-Preventable Accidents

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

Improper training of a Taiwan pilot took the lives of 43 people in February. In a report just released, the pilot’s last recorded words were “wow, pulled back the wrong side throttle“.

Please consider TransAsia Crash Pilot Pulled Wrong Throttle, Shut Down Sole Working Engine.

The captain of a TransAsia Airways ATR mistakenly switched off the plane’s only working engine seconds before it crashed in February, killing 43 people, Taiwan’s Aviation Safety Council (ASC) said in its latest report on Thursday.

The ASC’s report also showed that Captain Liao Jian-zong, who was at the controls, had failed simulator training in May 2014, in part because he had insufficient knowledge of how to deal with an engine flame-out on take-off.

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Patrick Barron: The Greek Crisis and the Impossibility of the Euro

from misesmedia

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Reflections on France

by Bill Witherell
Financial Sense

Having lived in France (where I was OECD’s Director for Financial and Enterprise Affairs in Paris) for some 28 years, I try to touch base there once a year. I have recently returned from three weeks visiting Paris and the regions of Provence and Normandy. I am pleased to be able to report that the positive attributes of the country that make it such an attractive travel destination remain largely unchanged. Hotels, restaurants, museums, and other tourist sites appear to be thriving, boosted no doubt by the weaker euro. The Luberon region of Provence was particularly lovely as the lavender fields were in full bloom, and the cherry and melon harvest was underway.

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Fake Jobs Number, Propaganda & Lies. America is Failing.

from Gregory Mannarino

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China State Official Hints Beijing May Bailout Greece

from Zero Hedge

On Monday, after Greek PM Alexis Tsipras’ dramatic referendum call sparked a run on Greek ATMs, grocery stores, and gas stations, we did our part to help ameliorate the situation by sending a subtle message to Athens:

zerohedge @zerohedge – Dear Greece, if you want to apply for a loan from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, send an email to: information@aiibank.org

Indeed, now may be an opportune time to tap Beijing for a few billion given that China officially launched the AIIB this week. As a reminder, the success of China’s AIIB membership drive was a political disaster for The White House, which expended considerable effort to discourage US allies from supporting the new China-led venture.

Continue Reading at ZeroHedge.com…