Sunday , 8 December 2019


Banking

New Developments in the World of Money

Due to concerns about inflation and money printing, the last 20 years has seen an incredible number of new developments in the world of money. This infographic shows how gold got digital, how digital currencies exploded into life and who the key players are in this global story.

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Goldrunner Offers Clarity On How Banking Realities Affect Gold Price

Frankly, I cannot see how one can distinguish the Fed from the European banking system and looking at things in this way provides a very different picture of the international landscape. The Fed is dependent upon euro printing in order to ramp up dollar printing, yet they are both one and the same. All of the GS boys running over to Europe after the Fed banks defaulted on the OTC derivatives takes on a new light in retrospect. It was a family reunion!

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Believe It Or Not: 147 Financial Institutions Control 40% of the Global Economy

Are the big banks really as powerful as some people say that they are? Do they really control the global economy? If you asked most people, they would tell you that governments control the global economy but the fact is that the campaigns of our politicians are funded by the ultra-wealthy, the big banks and the large corporations that they control. Others would tell you that the Federal Reserve and the rest of the central banks around the world control the global economy but the truth is that the Federal Reserve was established by the bankers and for the benefit of the bankers. As you will see below, at the very core of the global economy there exists a "super-entity" of financial institutions that control an almost unimaginable amount of wealth and power. These financial institutions, and the ultra-wealthy individuals behind them, are really the ones that are pulling all the strings.

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Timing of Bernanke’s Comments a Colossal Error – Here’s Why

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke screwed up royally at his press conference on 19 June 2013, as he announced that the Fed's Open Market Committee had moved up its timetable for when it would beginning drawing down its QE 4.0 program. It's difficult to think of how the Fed Chairman could have handled the situation any worse. Let me explain.

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Does Behavior of “We the People” Suggest Central Bankers Have Gone Too Far?

Central bankers have concluded that the scale of monetary easing they have taken over the past few years should be magnified - that more easing is required to get things rolling - but could it be that central planning has gone too far or, at least, reached its boundaries? Disposable income in real terms per person and savings rate of individuals could be reliable indicators that such is the case. Let me explain.

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Can Bank Deposit Confiscation Happen Here?

The following is a 'to be forewarned is to be forearmed' commentary. Should those with bank deposits in the...European Union be concerned about the possibility of a 'Cyprus event' coming 'soon to their neighbourhood'?...What about bank deposit confiscation in Canada?...[T]his is something to...consider and 'think about'.

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My Personal “(:Report:)” from the World Economic Forum in Davos

I am on assignment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Unfortunately my previous commentaries irked the organizers so profoundly that I was not allowed the intimate access usually accorded friendly members of the media. No matter, I am staying at a pleasant bed and breakfast about an hour and half outside of Davos....[But I digress. Back to the Forum.] Words: 2369

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