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Off The Cuff: No More Financial Crises "In Our Lifetime"

Did Janet Yellen really just say that???
Friday, June 30, 2017, 2:04 PM

In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris discusses:

  • Market Jitters
    • What will happen if the central banks turn off the money?
  • No More Financial Crises "In Our Lifetime"
    • Did Janet Yellen really just say that???
  • Our States Are Falling Into Bankruptcy...
    • Illinois, Connecticut, Maine & more
  • While The Banks Get Even Fatter
    • Income from excess reserves to rise to $50 Trillion by 2019

This week, Chris takes a moment to share his thoughts in depth on where we are in the global debt saga. The overhang is getting worse, growth is not riding to the rescue as hoped, and the central banks are running out of both smoke and mirrors to keep the game continuing. Should the $200 billion monthly bonanza of central bank liquidity start decreasing -- as is now being increasingly discussed -- expect markets to go south quickly.

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Daily Digest 5/30 - Wine Country Faces Fiscal Crisis, Drought Emaciates Cattle In NM

Thursday, May 30, 2013, 10:49 AM
  • Back to Basics – Gold, Silver, and the Economy
  • "Major Shocks Will Become The Norm From Now On"
  • US targets digital currency in huge fraud probe
  • OECD: Europe's Recession Threatens Entire Global Economy
  • ‘A disaster in slow motion’: Wine country latest California region to face fiscal crisis
  • How Islamist militancy threatens Africa
  • China's dead pig scandal ushers in hard times for fishermen and hog farmers
  • Portland, Maine Doctor Forgoes Insurance To Provide Affordable Care To Community
  • GMO lose Europe – victory for environmental organisations
  • Weather disasters increasing, insurance industry warns
  • GM salmon can breed with wild fish and pass on genes
  • Oops: Europe’s green mandates have resulted in more imported coal and wood consumption
  • Harper government nixed reviews for some oil sands projects following warnings of water disruption
  • Corn Growers Turn to Pesticides After Genetically Modified Seeds Fail
  • In China, 'cancer villages' a reality of life
  • Officials: NM ranch had 1,000 emaciated cattle
Daily Digest

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Daily Digest 3/7 - Beware The Dow Jones High, Maine Town Declares Food Sovereignty

Thursday, March 7, 2013, 11:46 AM
  • Switzerland Clamps Down Hard on Obscene CEO Pay
  • Iran reportedly uses snipers to tackle Tehran's rat problem
  • SEC shares expertise with FBI on algorithmic trading
  • Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why
  • John Williams Exposes Government Lies
  • Scary New Satellite Pictures Of China's Ghost Cities 
  • No down payment? No problem
  • Haunting images at the heart of Detroit’s financial emergency
  • Saving Detroit City Council from Itself
  • Housing fuels record $7.33-billion bank profits
  • ‘We are angry’: Quebec students return to streets for nighttime protest against tuition increases, 50 arrested
  • How Tiny Cameras Have Become Big Business
  • Junior miners in survival mode, bracing for industry-wide culling
  • Fiat Monetary Theory: The Gamblers
  • Beware The Dow Jones Nominal Record High
  • 30 Facts About The Coming Water Crisis That Will Change The Lives Of Every Person On The Planet
  • Maine Town Declares Food Sovereignty
  • The children going hungry in America
  • CDC sounds alarm on deadly, untreatable superbugs
  • Fending off the ‘nightmare bacteria’