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The Fatal Flaw Of Centrally-Issued Money

Why the world's current money regimes will fail
Thursday, April 9, 2015, 2:03 PM

Centrally issued money centralizes wealth and generates systemic inequality. This is equally true of all centrally issued currencies.  But the inequity that is intrinsic to this system is politically and financially destabilizing, and so this system is unsustainable. » Read more

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The New Me (Round 2)

Adam's story
Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 9:52 AM

Our longtime readers likely remember Chris' recount of his health transformation back in 2011, in which he trimmed off over 30 pounds through a process of prudent changes to his lifestyle.

I've gone through a similar transformation as Chris and have been meaning to share that story for a while now. » Read more

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Three Weeks to Go

Preparing for our only (and best!) US seminar this year
Friday, April 3, 2015, 9:20 PM

There are just three weeks left to go until the only Peak Prosperity seminar being offered within the US in 2015. 

And something must be in the air this year, because we're seeing record advance registrations compared to years past.  » Read more

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If We're Going To Borrow Against The Future, Let's Borrow To Invest

The are much better ways to spend the next $1 Trillion
Thursday, April 2, 2015, 12:21 PM

We are at an important juncture as a global society: either we immediately prioritize a new trajectory focused on creating a positive, functional future or -- by continuing the consumptive, extractive, exploitative status quo -- we will default into a nasty nightmare. » Read more

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Things Are Unraveling At An Accelerating Rate

Because the option set for system "saves" is exhausted
Wednesday, March 18, 2015, 1:36 PM

Does anyone else have the feeling that things are not just unraveling, but that the unraveling is gathering speed?

We can discern diminishing returns in Federal Reserve/central bank interventions, as the initial rounds of quantitative easing pushed stock and bond markets higher for years at a time, while the following interventions generated lower returns. » Read more

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Special Report: Is It Time To Prepare For War?

Now available to all readers
Thursday, March 12, 2015, 3:36 PM

This report was initially released to PeakProsperity.com's paid subscribers earlier this week. Given the significance of the subject matter and the number of request from our enrolled members to share it more widely, we're making it available to all readers here. » Read more

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Time To Toss The Playbook

In uncharted territory, flexibility & open thinking are key
Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 10:07 AM

Just when you thought the world could not spin much faster, global monetary events in 2015 have picked up speed. 

Buckle up. » Read more

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How Many More “Saves” Are Left in the Central Bank Bazookas?

Very few, it seems
Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 10:45 PM

The remarkable success of grandiose pronouncements, money-printing programs and serial expansions of credit raises a key question: how many more “saves” can the central bank bazookas fire that will have the desired effects of maintaining perceptions of central bank omnipotence and pushing global markets ever higher? » Read more

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We Live In An Era Of Dangerous Imbalances

And history shows they correct painfully
Friday, February 13, 2015, 9:19 PM

The intervention by the world's central banks has resulted in today's bizarro financial markets, where "bad news is good" because it may lead to more (sorry, moar) thin-air stimulus to goose asset prices even higher.

The result is a world addicted to debt and the phony stimulus now essential to sustaining it. In the process, a tremendous wealth gap has been created, one still expanding at an exponential rate. » Read more

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The US' Suicidal Strategy On Ukraine

We're alienating allies & risking a much larger war
Thursday, February 12, 2015, 2:27 AM

Ukraine is back in the news cycle and for good reason. The cease-fire has broken, fighting is intensifying, and the western-supported and installed leadership in Kiev is losing the campaign.  At this point, the West's choice is to either double down and bet even more on a badly failing set of policies, or admit it has lost this round and seek to deescalate the situation.

Meanwhile, Europe has finally woken up to the risks and seems to be ready to carve out a different path than the US.  » Read more