Currencies wars

The world’s central bankers have adopted a devalue or die doctrine. In this era, of competitive currency devaluations only those that follow the same path can hope to maintain an edge. However, at the same time taking this path means that more individuals will join the ranks of the poor and destitute

  Hong Kong Bitfinex Exchange Hacked creates selling frenzy in Bitcoin 

Editor: William Church | Tactical Investor Bitfinex Exchange Hacked Why Are Americans Scared Of Investing? The answer to this question is simple; the focus on the wrong factors such as news which is akin to gossip, political rhetoric, advice from experts (more like jackasses) and a plethora of other equally meaningless reasons.  Let’s look at … Read more

Brexit Will Hit Euro Economic Growth

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor Brexit Will Hit Euro Economic Growth A no-deal Brexit will slice almost 3% from the UK economic growth over the next three years compared with just 0.6% from the rest of the EU, according to the latest health check of the global economy by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. … Read more

Federal Reserve Bank Will Shock Markets; Expect Monstrous rally

Federal Reserve Bank Is Going To Flood the System With Cash Central bankers are too smart to allow such a foolish thing to occur; they purposely orchestrate a few moves that appear stupid in nature to give the hard money fools some respite so that they can feel vindicated after all these decades of being … Read more

Currency Wars & Negative Rates Equate To Next Global Crisis

Next Global Crisis The “devalue or die” currency wars are picking up steam; Japan’s central bankers are not alone when it comes to taking rates into negative territory. A host of European nations have joined the devalue or die war; imagine having to pay the banks to keep your hard-earned money. The worst being that … Read more

Market Panic: Crowd Dumps Baby With The Bathwater

Market Panic: Astute Investors Never Panic The markets are in an extremely volatile phase; fear is in the air, and it is hard to remain upbeat in such an environment. First of all, remember that there is always one unyielding correction in a bull market; the problem is that you can never tell which one … Read more

Interest rate wars-Fed stuck between a hard place & Grenade

Interest rate wars The Fed is stuck in between a hard place and a grenade, given this option, they will choose the hard place as unless you are looking for a one way to ticket to nowhere you won’t pick the grenade. Note that for most of the last year and even this year we … Read more

Central Bankers Are Akin To The Russian Mob

It is not in the world of ideas that life is lived. Life is lived for better or worse in life, and to a man in life, his life can be no more absurd than it can be the opposite of absurd, whatever that opposite may be. Archibald Macleish Central Bankers and the Russian Mob … Read more

People’s QE: Central bankers forcing public to speculate

Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into. Wayne Dyer [color-box color=”yellow”] What is the best way to come out with a new stimulus plan? Make it expensive to save, force the masses to speculate and this is what the negative interest wars are all about.  The masses will revolt at … Read more

Wealth Tax & The War On Wealth

Strange as it may seem, no amount of learning can cure stupidity, and formal education positively fortifies it. Stephen Vizinczey Wealth Tax: The Prime Target is the Middle Class All along we have stated that the world is in the midst of a full-blown currency war: Japan just upped the ante by cutting rates into … Read more

Working Poor: Masses struggle while Fed Bails Out Banksters

The Working Poor The Fed paid banks $7 billion last year to do nothing with their money. Why is the Fed doing this? It keeps the velocity of money at a low level. What is the velocity of money? It is the speed at which money changes hands. When the economy is healthy the velocity … Read more