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 spoke,… [more]

Danielle Park – Getting Ready For The Other Shoe To Drop Danielle Park - Getting Ready For The Other Shoe To Drop

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

from Financial Survival Network David Gurwitz has been with Charles Nenner Research for over a… [more]

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Barry Stuppler – Gold Market Showing Renewed Signs of Life

from Financial Survival Network Barry Stuppler has been in the precious metals business for over 50… [more]

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Jeff Bell – Running For Senate On The Gold Standard

from Financial Survival Network Jeff Bell is a Republican Insider who's been around a long time.… [more]

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John Rubino – Taper Tantrum: Ebola Balance Sheets

from Financial Survival Network John Rubino stopped by for our Monday discussion. IBM's disappointing… [more]

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Andrew Hoffman – Has The Great Unravelling Begun

from Financial Survival Network Andrew Hoffman was back for another Manipulation Monday get-together.… [more]

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Triple Lutz Report #368 – New York’s Real Life Storage Wars

from Financial Survival Network Would you believe that New York City is paying over $14 million… [more]

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Tennessee Woman Sentenced to Jail for Not Mowing Her Lawn

by Michael Krieger
Liberty Blitzkrieg

The trend of average U.S. citizens being incarcerated by overzealous judges and prosecutors within the police state formerly known as America continues with reckless abandon. In fact, these sorts of cases are becoming so commonplace I simply cannot keep up with all of them. The following story is a perfect followup to my piece earlier today, which shows how American public school students are being arrested or harassed by police for the most minor of infractions, such as wearing too much perfume, sharing a classmates’ chicken nuggets, throwing an eraser or chewing gum.

If you are an adult American slave, you can add not mowing your lawn to the list of prison-worthy crimes in the police state.

From Yahoo News:

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Patrick Byrne: Bitcoin Will Immensely Disrupt Financial Industry

from WallStForMainSt

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Today Something Shocked The Establishment & The World

from King World News

Today a 42-year market veteran spoke with King World News about something that happened earlier today which has frightened the establishment and shocked many people around the world. Below is what Egon von Greyerz, who is founder of Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, had to say in this extraordinary interview.

Greyerz: “Eric, as you know, I have been working with the committee who is behind the Swiss Gold Initiative. Something was released today that has shocked the establishment. But first, the Yes campaign is for repatriating all the gold that is held abroad. They want to bring this gold, which is currently held in the U.K. and Canada, back to Switzerland. This represents 30 percent of the Swiss gold. We are talking about more than 1,000 tons….

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Perpetual Debt Slavery…

from Lewis Mariani Publishing

There is an unspoken difference between debt that is designed to be paid back and debt (disguised as perpetual flow) to finance pre-existing streams of debt service.

The second type of debt is a Ponzi large enough to make Bernie Madoff blush. And crash the system. In the current system, debt is money for nothing used to create asset bubbles. Including the equity lift-off we see today.

Giving rise to the pump and dump scams that are very much alive and well.

As Zerohedge captured the essence:

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Wide Awake News Radio with Gary Hendershot, Oct 21, 2014

from Charlie Mcgrath

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Forex-Rigging Fines Could Hit $41 Billion Globally: Citi

by Richard Partington
Bloomberg.com

Probes into allegations that traders rigged foreign-exchange benchmarks could cost banks as much as $41 billion to settle, Citigroup Inc. (C) analysts said.

Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) is seen as probably the “most impacted” with a fine of as much as 5.1 billion euros ($6.5 billion), Citigroup analysts led by Kinner Lakhani said yesterday, estimating the Frankfurt-based bank’s settlements could reach 10 percent of its tangible book value, or its assets’ worth.

Using similar calculations, Barclays Plc (BARC) could face as much as 3 billion pounds ($4.8 billion) in fines and UBS AG (UBSN) penalties of 4.3 billion Swiss francs ($4.6 billion), they wrote in a note first sent to clients on Oct. 3.

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A Six-Figure Monthly Income — from Podcasting?

from TomWoodsTV

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Come And Get It! Tickerguy Interview

by Karl Denninger
Market-Ticker.org

[...] Here’s what got left out on Apple due to time — why the buybacks if there is so much investment they could do in future R&D?

I’ll tell you why — they have nothing in the pipeline.

Worse, they were forced by the market to unlock their music. My kid started with an iPod (because she just had to have an Apple, you know) but…. after two buys she figured out that Apple’s crap has **** for lifetime and durability. By then Apple had dropped the DRM on their music due to market pressure, and guess what — she then used a Samsung phone (on which she listens to that same music!) and now, a BlackBerry (ditto.)

Oops — there goes the model of “wall in the garden.”

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Predatory Lending, IBM, Denninger on Apple and Magnus on Debt

from Boom Bust

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World War I in Our Minds: A Historical View

by T. Hunt Tooley
Mises.org

The fiftieth anniversary of the First World War in 1964 felt nothing like the current centennial observances. It is worth asking what has changed. When I was growing up in the sixties in a small town in Texas, World War I seemed as remote to me as the Revolutionary War. Not that the conflict was not unknown to me. In our city park there was a statue of a First World War soldier and a memorial to hometown sons who had died in the war. And my grandmother and grandfather told me stories of relief and celebration in 1918 at the war’s end.

At school, the dumbing down of “social studies” was already well underway, but my teachers did mention the war, though with few details included. Most of those possessed of a public school education in the mid-sixties had at least a chance of encountering Alan Seeger’s poem, “I Have a Rendezvous With Death.” And I had heard of historical episodes like the Lost Battalion.

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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 spoke, Wall Street was partying like it was 1999. Now things are not so good. A 9 percent correction and you can feel the panic start to set in. Will it continue or is this just a normal correction? The problem is that nothing about this market is normal and there hasn’t been a normal correction since the crash. Volatility is up and so is fear. Is this the start of a secular bear or is there still time for more fun and games? We’ll know the answer soon.

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

from Financial Survival Network

David Gurwitz has been with Charles Nenner Research for over a decade. During that time he’s never given up his taste in music or his passion for basketball, which is a good thing because trading calls upon all these skills and more. Right now, Nenner’s cycle based system has been flashing a buy signal in gold. Silver hasn’t hit it yet, but a close above $17.50 should do the trick. Oil flashed a sell signal a while ago and the results have been self-evident, with $80 oil for all to see. But it will come back at some point, watch for a close above $85 and you’ll know. To find out forecasts for bonds and the world’s stock markets listen on.

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Barry Stuppler – Gold Market Showing Renewed Signs of Life

from Financial Survival Network

Barry Stuppler has been in the precious metals business for over 50 years! When he talks about cycles, you know that he’s lived them. Barry thinks that gold is getting ready for the next advance. And he’s excited because spreads have narrowed on some French numismatic coins to not much above that of regular bullion coins. Can you believe that the Silver to Gold ratio is 71.20 to 1? It hasn’t been that high since 2009. Could it be a sign that Silver is going to make its long awaited move? Time to buy or wait and see?

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Jeff Bell – Running For Senate On The Gold Standard

from Financial Survival Network

Jeff Bell is a Republican Insider who’s been around a long time. A speech writer, strategist, consultant, author and candidate, he’s seen it all. Now he’s challenging New Jersey’s Corey Booker for United States Senate. His main issue is adopting the Gold Standard to prevent further debasement of the Dollar and society; what a novel concept. He has our vote, although we stopped voting long ago. Listening to Jeff, you’d think he was a Libertarian, although he claims not to be. He’s for small government and ending deficit spending and out of control government. We don’t care what he calls himself, heck he could call himself a Democrat or a Communist, it really doesn’t matter; his policies are what count and he’s coming up aces with us.

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