WealthCycles Video Report - December 2014

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testiomials The IMF is creating an I.O.U. for currencies that are an I.O.U. for bonds that are a promise to tax the citizens of each these countries out in the future, so the Special Drawing Right is nothing but a Ponzi scheme.”

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Minimum Wage = Maximum Hardship

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testiomials The technology for machines to replace a lot of entry-level positions isn’t that far away. Raise the minimum wage and there go another million hamburger-flipping jobs.”

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Depressions Are Depressing

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testiomials The problem is that there will always be people in charge who are overly confident and think they can do no wrong. These people have the hubris and blatant arrogance to think that they can control things… that they know more than the information contained in the sum of all transactions… that they know more than the free market.”

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Bumps, Dips, Bubbles, and Storms - Part 2

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testiomials "There is a reckoning that occurs every so often in world history. It is a time when debts are paid, when wars are fought, when disease ravages and passes through a land, when the corn does not grow like it used to, or when the forces of nature itself delivers a brief catastrophic blow. On Black Tuesday, the reckoning of several years of boom, which was based in large part on credit, came due. "”

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Bumps, Dips, Bubbles, and Storms (Part 1)

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testiomials Real estate had become so overvalued it was destined to end badly, and most of the new millionaires the boom had created were now paupers once again”

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The B.U.S. Takes America for a Ride – Adventures in Central Banking

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testiomials "And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale." Thomas Jefferson”

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Is Kress already king of the oligarchs?

A fellow gold and silver enthusiast with excellent record calling most major stock market turning points since 1997, Clif Droke, writes:

While cycles are important, having the right set of cycles is absolutely critical to an investor’s success. 

We couldn't agree more, and as animals act en masse (and see: Silver, Gold, and the Future of Hunger and Slavery), with efficient market hypothesis assumption especially in a time of incredible manipulation, maths on price (rather than values) are not as useful. Further, as Mike Maloney oft quips, technical analysis is wrong at least 60% of the time.

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Austrian School Resurgence Reflects Desire for Better Solutions to Economic Malaise

Once virtually abandoned by the mainstream, many ideas associated with Austrian School economics have been increasingly in the spotlight, and in the public consciousness, in recent years. Some of the attention resulted from the popularity of Congressman Ron Paul, who, particularly during his third presidential run in 2012, captured the attention of the millennials, the last generation born in the 20th century.

The appeal of Paul’s anti-establishment economic theories is understandable: raised on expectations of upward mobility instilled in their baby boom parents, today’s young people have emerged into adulthood to face the sad reality that their prospects aren’t as good as their parents’ were, and furthermore, may never be. It is a turbulent, uncertain era that is prompting many to examine what they’ve been taught to believe about what creates prosperity and how economies function. Even if Main Street remains unfamiliar with the terms “Austrian economics” or “Keynesian economics,” its citizens can plainly see that the status quo isn’t all it’s cracked up to be and conclude that different solutions are needed.

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Who Benefits from ‘Moderate’ Inflation?

The fallacy that inflation is beneficial has gained great traction in recent years. The generation of working, saving U.S. taxpayers that lived through the runaway inflation of the 1970s came out of it convinced that inflation must be stomped out at all costs. But it turned out zero inflation wasn’t so great for the sectors of society with the most the economic and political power—government and political leaders, financial institutions and the banking system. So a process of re-education of the public began, with central bankers and politicians explaining that a certain level of inflation was necessary to create jobs and allow the economy to grow, and mainstream media obligingly echoing the conventional wisdom.

From that highly effective propaganda campaign emerged what is now widely accepted as economic dogma, that a slow, steady rise in inflation at some pre-determined rate is the optimal condition for healthy economic growth.

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U.S. Debt Ceiling Suspended Till Feb 7, Feb 8th Debt Limit Increased, Precedent to Be Rolled?

Despite silence and zero denials from the conventional media outlets, our post Media Gets It Wrong — Debt Ceiling Suspended (Permanently), Not Raised, appears to have got it right and offers a cautionary observation on prospects for the value of the Federal Reserve’s dollar in the months and years ahead.

Despite a big to-do about the impending Congressional battle over raising or refusing to raise the debt levels in one way or another (ceiling began in 1917), the newly enacted law of the land in the U.S. remains unmentioned in mainstream media, with annual theater proceeding just as it has for hundreds of years. 

On October 20, 2013, U.S. law changed to transfer final spending authority from the legislative to the executive branch. The little-noticed yet epic transfer of power was enacted as part of the Continuing Appropriations Act passed on October 17, 2013.

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