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Fed surprises market with new round of tapering

On March 19, Janet Yellen released January's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes, with consensus prevailing for a new $10 billion round of tapering to begin in April. The Committee currently judges that there is sufficient underlying strength in the broader economy to support ongoing improvement in labor market conditions. In light of the cumulative progress toward maximum employment and th ...

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J.P. Morgan banker becomes 11th to mysteriously die of ‘suicide’

On March 12, Kenneth Bellando, a former JPMorgan banker, current employee of Levy Capital, and brother of a top chief investment officer of J.P. Morgan was found dead after allegedly committing suicide by jumping off the 6th floor of his residence in New York City. This makes 11 bankers who have died mysteriously in the past 3 months.  Bellando's supposed 'suicide' is also disturbing since he was involved i ...

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New York bypasses London to become largest financial center

It took nearly 70 years after the end the British Empire and the switch over to the dollar as the global reserve currency, but in March of 2014 New York City's financial district finally passed London to become the world's largest financial center.  According to the Global Financial Centres Index, which measures an aggregate of indices from five key areas: people, business environment, market access, infras ...

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Jeffrey Corzine celebrates with dad Jon after his 2005 gubernatorial win.Photo: AP The son of former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine killed himself in a Mexico City hotel this week. Jeffrey Corzine, 31, was the youngest of Corzine’s three children with ex-wife and childhood sweetheart Joanne Corzine. The exact cause of death was not released, but sources told The Post Jeffrey suffered from depression. Steven Go ...

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Nations dumping dollar reserves to the tune of $100 billion last week

The biggest threat to the U.S. dollar is not events in Ukraine, nor the economy, and not the stock markets.  No, the biggest threat has always been the over $16 trillion in offshore currency that might one day find its way back to the U.S.. And unfortunately, that day may be coming much faster than the U.S. anticipated.  A new report from the Treasuries In Custody (TIC) report showed that just last week, fo ...

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New economic report shows Wall Street’s ‘weather’ excuse a fraud

In last week's Beige Book, the Federal Reserve blamed harsh weather as being the primary factor for a slowing economy.  This report also came after several Wall Street banks, brokers, and analysts used harsh weather as an excuse when over 20 indicators came in below expectations this winter. However, RBC Capital Markets came out with a newly detailed report on March 11 showing how consumers actually increas ...

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OKLAHOMA CITY, March 11, 2014– On Monday the Oklahoma State Senate passed a bill that would legalize gold and silver as legal tender, moving the legislation on to the House for consideration. The vote was 37-4. Senate Bill 862 (SB862), was introduced by Sen. Clark Jolley and Rep. Gary Banz, with cosponsorship from Sen. Natham Dahm. It reads, in part: “Gold and silver coins issued by the United States govern ...

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Russian Lawmaker Wants to OUTLAW US DOLLAR, Calls It a Ponzi Scheme

MOSCOW — Predicting the imminent collapse of the U.S. dollar, a Russian lawmaker submitted a bill to his country’s parliament Wednesday that would ban the use or possession of the American currency. Mikhail Degtyarev, the lawmaker who proposed the bill, compared the dollar to a Ponzi scheme. He warned that the government would have to bail out Russians holding the U.S. currency if it collapses. “If the U.S. ...

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BITCOIN CREATOR REVEALED! And Yes, a He’s a Libertarian!

The man pictured above is, says Newsweek, the creator of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto: Far from leading to a Tokyo-based whiz kid using the name "Satoshi Nakamoto" as a cipher or pseudonym (a story repeated by everyone from Bitcoin's rabid fans to The New Yorker), the trail followed by Newsweek led to a 64-year-old Japanese-American man whose name really is Satoshi Nakamoto. He is someone with a penchant for c ...

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