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Today’s Top Articles April 06, 2012
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 1. Take Note: Economic Events Similar to Those of Great Depression Approaching!

Bankruptcy

Even if the economy improves (it won’t in any real sense), the changes coming to this country border on the unimaginable for both the enlightened and unenlightened. Economic events similar to what occurred during the Great Depression are not far from happening. Some outcomes will be worse than what occurred 80 years ago. [Let me explain.] Words: 563

2. Low Real Interest Rates Say Gold Bull Still Has Legs! Here’s Why

Interest-Rates

Many agree that the United States’ massive budget deficits and global monetary inflation support the gold bull market. I don’t see this changing in the near future. Still, sentiment is not enough upon which to rely. I need a yardstick and, for me, that yardstick is U.S. real interest rates. [Let me explain why that is the case.] Words: 1600

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