The Economy - October 11, 2011
Bill Bonner: Permanently High Unemployment
Bill Bonner is one of my favorite writers. His comments are thoughtful, his insights provocative. But I often wonder what he's not saying. The article above is pessimistic about our future. Yet Patrick Cox, the editor of Agora's Breakthrough Technology Alert newsletter, is bursting with optimism. Then there's deflation. Bonner says it's more of a threat than inflation. Yes, some prices will go down, but we have seen inflation during hard times before. It's called stagflation. So I wonder if there's something he's not saying. Maybe it's that we should not put all our eggs into one basket.
Gerald Celente: We are Looking at a Total Global Financial Collapse
A Tough Time for Commodities: Are the Bears or Bulls Right About Commodities?
Europe crisis has reached 'systemic dimension'
What Americans should really rally against is crony capitalism, interventionism, and special favors
Gold Isn’t A Good "Investment" — Here’s Why…
The China Bust: Tic Toc Part I
The Eight Marks of Fascist Policy, Part II
Panic of the Plutocrats: Fear the oligarchs, not the protesters
The Economy - October 9, 2011
Lew Rockwell: How Fascism Kills the American Dream
12 Tips for the New Normal
Silver is on Sale! Buy Some!
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