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Austerity vs. Hyperinflation: Which Is the Precursor to Revolution?

Posted on October 5, 2015 by 

QUESTION: Mr, Armstrong;

I recently read an article claiming to be a case study that it was somehow the French hyperinflation that led to the revolution. It seems that as you say they are again mixing facts to support a rise in gold with hyperinflation.

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We Have Some Bad News

We Have Some Bad News

By Justin Spittler

The stock market just finished a brutal third quarter…

The S&P 500 fell 8%...and so did the Dow and the NASDAQ. It was the worst quarter for U.S. stocks since 2011.

Stocks around the world dropped too. The MSCI All-Country World Index, which tracks 85% of global stocks, also had its worst quarter since 2011. The STOXX Europe 600 Index, which tracks 600 of Europe’s largest companies, fell 10%. It was the worst quarter for European stocks since 2011 as well.

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VANCOUVER, Sept. 24, 2015 /CNW/ - Silver Wheaton Corp. ("Silver Wheaton" or the "Company") (TSX:SLW) (NYSE:SLW) announces that it has received notices of reassessment from the Canada Revenue Agency (the "CRA") relating to the Company's 2005 to 2010 taxation years (the "Relevant Taxation Years").

The notices of reassessment for the Relevant Taxation Years are consistent with the Proposal received by Silver Wheaton,

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These Are Perilous Times And A Great Shock Is Coming

John Embry

With the Dow currently down 230 points, today a 50-year market veteran warned King World News that these are perilous times and a great shock is coming.

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What Recovery? 9.4 Million More Americans Below Poverty Line Than Pre-Crisis

According to Janet Yellen, we are still on pace to raise rates in 2015. While the rate hike was supposed to happen this month, it got derailed by the August market selloff, volatility in China, lackluster work force numbers, and a variety of other factors.

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The Fed’s Alice In Wonderland Economy - What Happens Next?

he Fed’s Alice In Wonderland Economy - What Happens Next?

By Nick Giambruno

After the president of the United States, the most powerful person on the planet is the chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Ask almost anyone on the street for the name of the U.S. president, and you’ll get a quick answer.

But if you ask the same person what the Federal Reserve is, you’ll likely get a blank stare.

They don’t know - partly due to the institution’s deliberately obscure name - that the Fed is really the third iteration of the country’s central bank. Or that the Fed manipulates the nation’s economic destiny by controlling the money supply.

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The Bull Market is Over

The Bull Market is Over

By Justin Spittler

Stocks had a horrible day Tuesday…

The S&P 500 lost 1.23%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1.09%.

Indices around the world also fell…

The Euro Stoxx 600, which tracks 600 of Europe’s biggest companies, lost 3.12%. Germany’s DAX lost 3.80%. Japan’s Nikkei 225 lost 1.96%.

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How to Stop a Pickpocket

How to Stop a Pickpocket

By Justin Spittler

Los Angeles wants to blow billions of tax dollars…

The Olympics are a spectacle. The athletes are incredible to watch. But hosting the games is a usually a big money-loser for the venue city.

Russia went $39 billion over budget hosting the 2014 Sochi games. Vancouver ended up $1 billion in debt after hosting the 2010 Winter Olympics.

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Should You Worry That the Stock Market Just Formed a “Death Cross”?

Should You Worry That the Stock Market Just Formed a “Death Cross”?

By Justin Spittler

The world economy appears to be stalling…

Yesterday, we got news that South Korea’s exports dropped 14.7% since last August...their largest decline since the financial crisis. It’s far worse than the 5.9% drop economists were expecting.

South Korea’s exports are important because they’re considered a “canary in the coalmine” for the global economy. South Korea is a major exporter to the largest economies in the world including China,

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Fed's Williams still sees 2015 rate hike after 'close call'

An interest rate hike will likely be appropriate this year given the U.S. Federal Reserve's decision last week to stand pat was a "close call," a top Fed policymaker said on Saturday.

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