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Tuesday
Apr122016

Gold Options Traders Extend Longest Bullish Streak Since 2009

Amid gold's best start to a year since 1974, options traders continue to bet on more gains.


Despite the near 17% gains

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Sunday
Apr102016

Austria Just Announced A 54% Haircut Of Senior Creditors In First "Bail In" Under New European Rules

Just over a year ago, a black swan landed in the middle of Europe, when in what was then dubbed a "Spectacular Development" In Austria, the "bad bank" of failed Hypo Alpe Adria - the Heta Asset Resolution AG - itself went from good to bad, with its creditors forced into an involuntary "bail-in" following the "discovery" of a $8.5 billion capital hole in its balance sheet primarily related to ongoing deterioration in central and eastern European economies.

Austria had previously

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Saturday
Apr092016

Rotten To The Core

Submitted by Bill Bonner of Bonner & Partners (annotated by Acting-Man.com's Pater Tenebrarum),

Poison Money

We live in a world of sin and sorrow, infected by a fraudulent democracy, Facebook, and a corrupt money system. Wheezing, weak, and weary from the exertion of trying to appear “normal,” the economy staggers on.

Last week,

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Friday
Apr082016

Doug Casey on Making the Most of Your Personal Freedom and Financial Opportunity Around the World

Doug Casey on Making the Most of Your Personal Freedom and Financial Opportunity Around the World

By Doug Casey

(Editor’s Note: This is Doug Casey’s foreword to Casey Research’s Handbook for Surviving the Coming Financial Crisis.)

Right now, we are exiting the eye of the giant financial hurricane that we entered in 2007, and we’re going into its trailing edge.

It’s going to be much more severe, different, and longer lasting than what we saw in 2008 and 2009.

In a desperate attempt to stave off a day of financial reckoning during the 2008 financial crisis, global central banks began printing trillions of new currency units. The printing continues to this day.

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Thursday
Apr072016

Dutch EU no vote has worrying lessons for anti-Brexit campaign

Referendum on EU/Ukraine treaty brought Eurosceptics out to voice their discontent but pro-EU voters stayed at home

The Dutch have said no in another EU referendum. Asked to vote on an EU treaty with Ukraine that paves the way for deeper ties, Dutch voters gave an overwhelmingly negative answer. Almost two-thirds of voters, 61%, rejected the EU-Ukraine association agreement, while only 38% supported it.

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Thursday
Apr072016

The More Corrupt the State, the More Numerous the Laws

The More Corrupt the State, the More Numerous the Laws

By Nick Giambruno

Today, I’m going to share one of the most important things I’ve learned traveling around the world: There’s a crucial difference between committing a real crime and breaking the law.

I’ve seen it firsthand in the Middle East as well as many other places.

The difference is huge and few people understand it.

While laws vary dramatically across countries, almost every country in the world universally considers real crimes immoral. A real crime involves harm or the threat of harm to person or property. Think murder, theft, or arson.

Virtually every government prohibits real crimes. Most also prohibit a lot of other things…

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Thursday
Apr072016

How to Prevent Hackers from Erasing Your Bank Account

How to Prevent Hackers from Erasing Your Bank Account

By Justin Spittler

If you use the Internet, your bank account is at risk...

On Monday, “terrorists” attacked a major U.S. hospital.

They didn’t set off a bomb or fire a single bullet. They infected the hospital with a computer virus.

The Chicago Tribune reported on Tuesday.

Modern medicine in the Washington area reverted to 1960s-era paper systems when one of the largest hospital chains was crippled by a virus that shuttered its computers for patients and medical staff.

[T]he paralyzing attack on MedStar Health Inc., which forced records systems offline, prevented patients from booking appointments, and left staff unable to check email messages or even look up phone numbers.

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Tuesday
Apr052016

The Real Cost of Growth for Gold Miners Part 1

By Cipher Research

In the Real Cost of Mining Gold we examine cost reporting in mining which can be made obscure by conventionally used non–GAAP measures. We standardized and reviewed the financial ratios of seven major mining companies historically and rated them based on cash adequacy and operational health.

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Tuesday
Apr052016

A Warning for Gold Bugs: This Rally Won’t Last

The enthusiasm surrounding gold’s big first-quarter rally suggests its shine is set to dull sooner rather than later


Gold investors should

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Monday
Apr042016

Russia Relies On Gold To Push Reserves Back Over $380 Billion

Whether you define gold as a barbarous relic, a pet rock, "tradition", or "doomed", Russia surely refers to it as a saving grace. As Russia’s foreign reserves dwindled to just under $350 billion in early 2015, many predicted Russia was going to burn through all of their reserves in the not too distant future as they dealt with a depreciating Ruble and plummeting oil revenues.

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