Plain old insomnia works 4 me
Davos 2016: eight key themes for the World Economic Forum
Davos 2016: worries mount for world's business leaders
up for a long night watching the chaos your time
An Era Of Fraud!
Wy So Lo wrote: up for a long night watching the chaos your time
The fun has just begun.
looks like they have opened the bid window at fed and PPT dow s&p nasdaq russell
Bernanke Says Dollar's Two-Year Rally Is Running Out of Steam
is very weak dollar us looks strong compared
Wy So Lo wrote: looks like they have opened the bid window at fed and PPT dow s&p nasdaq russell
Jesse put up a nice chart by Ned
Too bad it can't be pasted herein, since whoever did the latest tune up on the blog here, forgot to put a few bolts back
I can link it however
Wy So Lo wrote: is very weak < : 0 > dollar us looks strong compared
is very weak < : 0 > dollar us looks strong compared
has been getting slaughtered as of late as well.
Thank heaven for Those wise enough to be Stacking PMs ; )
Spartacus Rex wrote: Wy So Lo wrote: is very weak < : 0 > dollar us looks strong compared has been getting slaughtered as of late as well. Thank heaven for Those wise enough to be Stacking PMs ; )
I got in a couple of orders at the low ha ha.
Okay by me.
I am not a Crapitalist!
Imagine the derivitive damages occuring
Former BIS Economist: Financial Crisis Now Worse than 2007 Jan. 20, 2016 (EIRNS)—Former chief economist of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), and now chairman of the OECD’s Review Committee, William White has said it before, but in an interview with Daily Telegraph financial editor Ambrose Evans-Pritchard published today, he reiterated his point strongly: “The situation is worse than it was in 2007.” https://www.larouchepub.com/pr/2016/160120_crisis_worse_now.html
“The study estimates that there will be no “widespread societal upheaval—at least up until the year 2020”, due to the takeover of jobs by artificial intelligence, but is this realy a reason not to worry seriously? Think about it: 2020 is only four years from now! Say, at the end of the new US presidency.
Secondly, the study actually confirms the trend for a limited working elite between the top 1% (or less) and the bottom 99%. The 99% (or more), which will be equalized in poverty due to the gradual elimination of the middle class. This is expected to have a major impact on the socio-economic stability, even of the most advanced societies.
As already mentioned in previous article: “In the middle of the pyramid, a restructured class will serve and secure the domination of the top. Corporate executives, big journalists, scientific elites, suppression forces. It is characteristic that academic research is directed on the basis of the profits of big corporations. Funding is directed increasingly to practical applications in areas that can bring huge profits, like for example, the higher automatization of production and therefore, the profit increase through the restriction of jobs. The base of the pyramid will be consisted by the majority of workers in global level, with restricted wages, zero labor rights, and nearly zero opportunities for activities other than consumption.” [fa.ev/a-more-simple-model-in-favor]
As also mentioned: “The consumption-saturated and aging West, cannot longer contribute to the rise of profits of the global economic elite and therefore, through the economic crisis, the middle class is systematically eliminated so that its consuming power to be "aligned" with that of the majority of the huge populations of developing countries.” [fa.ev/a-more-simple-model-in-favor]
There is a huge potential of consumers due to unprecedented human population. Once wages will further rise in China-South East Asia, to be aligned with the shrinking Western wages, there will be plenty of consumers to buy more products. However, this is probably only a transition phase. It's not a matter of money, they can print as much as they want. It's a matter of power and control. Once the elites reach the point to control all the resources and the means of production, the model will change from capitalism to global feudalism.”
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