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- Step 1: Financial Capital
The guidance provided in this section presumes you have already read the chapter on Financial Capital in our book, Prosper! How to Prepare for the Future and Create a World Worth Inheriting . If you have not, we strongly recommend doing so first. ...
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- Tedbits: Jaws of DEATH; Wind Shear; Bombs and Breakouts; Red Tape Rising
TedBits: The Economic and Financial NO SPIN Zone Global Macroeconomic Analysis Through the Austrian Lens By Theodore (Ty) Andros As leviathan government, Central Bankers and the welfare states battle Mother Nature and Darwin, the stakes for ...
Forum topic - tyandros - Apr 27 2012 - 2:21pm - 0 comments
- Nominal or Net Credit Default Swaps
I keep getting different answers on this question. as to whether it is the nominal or net amount of CDS that counts. Greece has around $70 B nominal Credit Default Swaps (CDS) and $3B net CDS. In all likelihood if Greece passes the law requirinng 100% ...
Forum topic - ewilkerson - Feb 29 2012 - 6:37pm - 2 comments
- How Does the Bond Desk Work for an Invert?
The standard explanation for an inverted yield curve is that investors assume a somewhat deflationary future so bid up longer bonds. I guess this is called the safe harbor. But in the case of crushing debt it seems odd unless longer term bonds stop ...
Forum topic - KugsCheese - Nov 25 2011 - 9:38pm - 0 comments
- Transcript for Paul Brodsky: The Seeds of Our Destruction Were - And Still Are - Sown in the Bond Markets
Below is the transcript for Paul Brodsky: The Seeds of Our Destruction Were - And Still Are - Sown in the Bond Markets Chris Martenson: Welcome to another PeakProsperity.com podcast. I am ...
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- Here's the Setup for the Con of the Decade
Charles Hugh Smith of www.oftwominds,com puts out one the most thought provoking blogs out there. Here is his latest. It's so good I am putting it out in full text: The Con of the Decade, which I described last July, is being ...
Forum topic - hucklejohn - Apr 16 2011 - 1:03am - 4 comments
- Where to put my money (other than a tin can in my back yard)
Hi I have some money in variable annuities. I don't really want to get into why I have it in annuities right now, but it's there and will be for a couple more years. The economy scared me so I pulled it all out of stock and bond funds a ...
Forum topic - DRHolden - Mar 11 2011 - 10:48am - 3 comments
- A 'Tremor just went through, the Force' - World's biggest bond fund sells US bond holdings
Exclusive: Bill Gross Dumps All Treasuries, Brings Total "Government Related" Holdings To Zero, Flees To Cash - No QE3? Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/09/2011 09:02 -0500 Bill Gross Mortgage ...
Forum topic - John99 - Mar 9 2011 - 1:07pm - 13 comments
- Transcript for Bill Fleckenstein: The Race To the Bottom Will Be Won By the Dollar (Part 1)
Below is the transcript to Bill Fleckenstein: The Race To the Bottom Will Be Won By the Dollar : Chris : Hello and welcome to another Chris Martenson.com podcast. I am your host and today we have ...
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- Do you own your Gold or does the bank?
Very interesting and informative discussion on what makes the Gold yours or the banks. Critical decisions need to be made here. http://www.financialsense.com/financial-sense-newshour/guest-expert/2010... And when the dollar and bonds ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Dec 17 2010 - 5:56pm - 6 comments
- Bond collapse & impact
After reading a number of articles on bonds and what could happen and when. I can't help but wonder if Deflation may come first. How can Bonds collapse, dollar collapse, Real estate collapse and hyper inflation ensue? Can someone wiser than I ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Dec 15 2010 - 7:24pm - 17 comments
- How does the IMF take down countries?
Can someone explain (or point to some explanation) how the IMF etc take down countries? I've heard mention of something in the bond markets but I didn't understand it. In laymans terms, if you can. I'm not in the financial/trading sector. ...
Forum topic - jumblies - Dec 12 2010 - 9:06pm - 1 comment
- "Oh No, Mr.Bill"
http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com/2010/12/bond-massacre-hits-tr... Mr. Bill's fund was Sluggoed. (Current News & Events, bonds) ...
Forum topic - yobob1 - Dec 11 2010 - 2:02pm - 0 comments
- London source
http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2010/12/9_KWN_Source_-_Gold_Will_Move_$150_Higher_Within_5_Weeks.html Gotta watch this video clip: Scroll to bottom of page ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Dec 10 2010 - 2:27am - 1 comment
- Why a 50 year note?
I don't get it . . I mean whats the benefit? Unless it's the FED buying these and will be used for QE2??? Thoughts? http://www.zerohedge.com/article/goldman-50-year-note-test-succeeds-bond-upsized-250-million-13-billion Re: ...
Forum topic - DmaxSilver - Oct 26 2010 - 3:39pm - 2 comments
- Krugman calls for Trillions worth of QE???
Thursday, October 14, 2010 Krugman: We Need Trillions Worth of QE Have we entered the third stage? Jon With gold and silver strong in Asian and European trading, King World News interviewed James Turk out of Spain to get ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Oct 14 2010 - 9:38pm - 0 comments
- Are you ready for the big one?
The Dow looks to be in the throes of a 420-point plunge, even if sellers were unable to deliver the haymaker yesterday that would have put bulls down for the count. At the final bell, the drop amounted to only 144 points, although it would have been ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Aug 21 2010 - 9:35pm - 6 comments
- How large is the outstanding value of sovereign bonds?
Just click on the link, any words. CR Note: Reader "some investor guy" has put together some data on sovereign default risk. This is the first in a series of posts. Debt issued by governments worldwide is immense. According ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Jul 16 2010 - 6:56pm - 0 comments
- “Myths” Paul Krugman does not want to talk about
I have been telling you for months there is going to be a double dip in the economy. Nobel Prize Winning economist Paul Krugman also thinks the economy is so bad we need to keep on stimulating the economy. In a New York Times Op-Ed piece last week, ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Jul 8 2010 - 9:18pm - 1 comment
- Market meltdown spreads to municipals
THE MUNICIPAL-BOND MARKET suffered a virtual meltdown at the end of last week, sending yields of top-quality tax-exempt securities to levels equivalent to corporate junk bonds. In a scenario reminiscent of the debacles in exotic mortgage-backed ...
Forum topic - investorzzo - Jul 1 2010 - 3:28pm - 1 comment