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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Gold is money. The United States coins it as such. And for all the folks who are thinking the recent fall in gold prices is the end of the bull market in gold, you’d better think again. Gold is merely making a correction and will be heading higher.
The fact that markets are volatile is no surprise. What is different this time is that computers are the huge traders, where trades are dictated by computer programs, with complex algorithms, beyond the speed of human thought. We are reaching an ever increasing point where human activity is becoming overwhelmingly computerized. Continue reading
Panic and poverty do not stop at borders. The situation in Greece has played out like a parlor game, with speculation and debate about the Mediterranean country’s demise. The verdict? Greece will default.
Telling it like it is has become a rare commodity. The first step toward understanding reality in finding solutions is to tell it like it is. This brand of truthful candor is unsettling, especially when today’s tools of communication can spread the message across the globe instantaneously. Continue reading
Monitoring Madness is sweeping the globe, with the United States taking the lead. Individual liberties are being eroded at an alarming rate and technical feudalism is gradually being imposed, by the few, with the technical superiority to imprison the weak. Continue reading
The Florida straw poll dialed up 999 and found Herman Cain. Rick Perry is stuck, like a horse named Chewing Gum riding the rail, and they’re trying to get a saddle on Chris Christie, so he can enter the race. The frozen Republican race for President is finally unthawed.
If there was ever an example of mass media manipulation, it is the continuing media blackballing of Republican candidate, Ron Paul. The news in the United States is no longer reported, but is controlled. Fox News needs to abandon its “fair and balanced” lie.
Moneyball, the movie based on the Michael Lewis book of the same name, opens today in theaters across the nation. Brad Pitt plays Billy Beane, General Manager of the Oakland Athletics, and shows how changes in management thinking and execution can achieve progress, when faced with major money challenges. Continue reading
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave another walkout speech today at the United Nations General Assembly. Where Barrack Hussein Obama’s speech was a head shaker, Ahmadinejad’s speech caused the early departure of diplomats from thirty countries seeking the exits. Continue reading
Cracks in the “system” are more noticable than ever. Unemployment is around 23%. Food Stamp use is at 17%. Foreclosures continue at 4 million and counting. Today the Dow took a thumping after 2:00 p.m, nearing the 11,000 mark. Amidst the turmoil is an overwhelming uncertainty.