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If the “Market” Never Goes Down, The System Is Doomed

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds The reliance on “good news” narratives dooms our financial system and economy to a death spiral once reality breaks through the induced euphoria. “Markets” that never go down aren’t markets, they’re signaling … Continue reading

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A Warning From the B.I.S.: the Calm Before the Storm?

By Mike Whitney Source: CounterPunch The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is worried that recent ructions in the equities markets could be a sign that another financial crisis is brewing. In a sobering report titled “Uneasy calm gives way to … Continue reading

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Wall Street Panic

By Mike Whitney Source: Counterpunch “Not only is the equity market at the second most overvalued point in U.S. history, it is also more leveraged against probable long-term corporate cash flows than at any previous point in history.” — John … Continue reading

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It’s the Law

Interesting commentary by James E. Miller, editor-in-chief of the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada. It connects recent current events in a logical narrative and offers a plausable explanation for the apparant wind-down of the war on (some) drugs. excerpt: … Continue reading

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