WealthCycles Video Report - January 2015

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testiomials When small and medium-sized businesses are dying faster than they're being born, so is free enterprise. And when free enterprise dies, America dies with it.”

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WealthCycles Report - November 2014

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testiomials The minimum wage makes it so if you want to pay the kid down the street $5 an hour to mow your lawn, you're breaking the law.”

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The Second Worst Hyperinflation

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testiomials Between October 1, 1993 and January 24, 1995 prices had increased 5 quadrillion percent. This number is a 5 with 15 zeroes after it.”

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Law Learns a Lesson – The Mississippi Bubble

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testiomials New houses were built in every direction, and an illusory prosperity shown over the land, and so dazzled the eyes of the whole nation, that none could see the dark cloud on the horizon announcing the storm that was too rapidly approaching.”

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The Golden Rule - 1871 to 1913 Classical Gold Standard

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testiomials Then something magical happened... international trade and foreign investment exploded! Countries found it more advantageous for their economies to end the protectionism that was considered normal and engage their neighbors in trade. Barriers fell, tariffs were eliminated, and a new era of international business and prosperity was ushered in.”

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It's Not Easy Being Green - Lincoln's Greenback vs. the Confederate Dollar

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The Continental - The First U.S. Hypernflation

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testiomials "If in the pursuit of the means we should unfortunately stumble again on unfunded paper money or any similar species of fraud, we shall assuredly give a fatal stab to our national credit in its infancy. Paper money will invariably operate in the body of politics as spirit liquors on the human body. They prey on the vitals and ultimately destroy them. Paper money has had the effect in your state that it will ever have, to ruin commerce, oppress the honest, and open the door to every species of fraud and injustice." George Washington, January 9, 1787”

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Sanctions Harm All Except Targeted Governments

The United States recently instituted economic sanctions on Russia due to its conflict with Ukraine over the Crimea and is urging other world powers to follow suit.

But do sanctions really work? History tells us they are a passive-aggressive measure, and in the end, they hurt ordinary people while leaving subject governments—composed of a fluid body of individuals—virtually unaffected.

No state (or group of states, in the case of the EU) nor NATO, the 28-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization, to which Ukraine has applied for membership, have been willing to risk an outright military confrontation with Russia. Earlier this week NATO member nations suspended cooperation with Russia because of the Ukraine conflict, and yesterday Russia recalled its ambassador to NATO, according to CNN.com.

Retired Texas congressman and former presidential candidate Ron Paul agreed, calling sanctions “acts of war.” He continued:

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Yellen Ain’t Yellin’ Whole Truth on Interest Rates

Janet Yellen, soon to be the head of the privately-owned Federal Reserve Bank (Fed), isn't revealing much on the truth about interest rates. But there was a thread to pull on.

This piece unravels multiple deceptions.

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From Janet Yellen’s April 4 speech, 2013:

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Dearth of Good Money Assets Signal End Is Near

The European Commission, a group self-tasked with herding cats, has proclaimed the end of “austerity” in the Eurozone for governments, granted citizens will surely continue to feel quite austere. But what does this mean for Europeans and their economy moving forward?

Before we dive into it, we would add that absolutely no austerity was obtained in any EZ national budget, except perhaps where it was forced by plummeting tax receipts as a result of all-out economic collapse (Greece). See: What Austerity Measures?

Here were the Commission’s proclamations on deficits:

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