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Daily Digest 9/19 - Crossing Borders with Gold and Silver Coins, A Toxic Work World

Saturday, September 19, 2015, 12:32 PM

Economy

A Toxic Work World (jdargis)

This looks like a “women’s problem,” but it’s not. It’s a work problem — the problem of an antiquated and broken system. When law firms and corporations lose talented women who reject lock-step career paths and question promotion systems that elevate quantity of hours worked over quality of the work itself, the problem is not with the women. When an abundance of overly rigid workplaces causes 42 million American citizens to live day to day in fear that just one single setback will prevent them from being able to care for their children, it’s not their problem, but ours.

Crossing Borders with Gold and Silver Coins: a Glimpse of Things to Come (richcabot)

I’ve gradually accumulated about a dozen one-ounce silver rounds in my briefcase, some souvenirs issued by mining companies, plus others from Canada, Australia, China, and the US. But when I left Chile a couple of months ago, the person monitoring the X-ray machine stopped me and insisted I take them out and show them to her. This had never happened before, but I wrote it off to chance. Then, when I was leaving Argentina a few weeks later, the same thing happened. What was really unusual was that the inspector looked at them, took them back to his supervisor, and then asked if I had any gold coins. I didn’t, he smiled, and I went on.

Goldman Sachs: Perpetrator Of The Fed’s Jihad Against Savers (richcabot)

Indeed, the good professor did help ignite a rip-roaring inflationary boom in one country during the Kennedy-Johnson years. Back then the world economy was still segmented and unmonetized enough to at last partially encompass a closed economy model of state managed pump-priming. That was especially possible because more than a billion potential workers were trapped in the economic Gulag of Mao’s China and the post-Stalinist Soviet bloc.

Outrageous Silver Speculation (GE Christenson)

Our most recent silver example is the move from November 2001 at $4.01 to April 2011 at about $48.50. Phase 1 took 93% of the time from November 2001 to Sept. 2010 when silver again reached the March 2008 high near $21. Phase 2 took 7% of the time but covered only 62% of the price move up from $4.01 to about $48.50. Silver was overextended but not in a bubble, in my opinion, based on the above percentages.

Video of the Day – Brawl Breaks Out in Japanese Parliament Over “War Bill” (pinecarr)

Polling has indicated the Japanese public is against a pivot toward militarization and war, but Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is pushing forward nonetheless. In fact, the current legislation to allow overseas military intervention has already passed the lower house of government. This prompted many Japanese to emerge from their decades long political apathy and get out into the streets. It’s estimated these protests were the largest in recent memory.

An Open Letter to the Wall Street Journal on Its Bernie Sanders Hit Piece (richcabot)

The economic benefits from Senator Sander's proposal would be even greater than these static estimates suggest because a single-payer plan would create dynamic gains by freeing American businesses to compete without the burden of an inefficient and wasteful health insurance system. As with Senator Sanders' other proposals, the economic boom created by HR 676, including the productivity boost coming from a more efficient health care system and a healthier population, would raise economic output and provide billions of dollars in additional tax revenues to over-set some of the additional federal spending.

Mystery shoppers show financial advisers failing to fully inform clients (westcoastjan)

The mystery shoppers visited four types of financial advisers — investment dealers, mutual fund dealers, portfolio managers and exempt market dealers, a form of specialized adviser who deals with products such as limited partnerships, private shares and real estate trusts.

Primary Dealers Rigged Treasury Auctions, Investor Lawsuit Says (richcabot)

The analysis was part of a 115-page lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court on Aug. 26 by Quinn Emmanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP and other law firms. The plaintiffs built their case against the 22 primary dealers who serve as the backbone of Treasury trading -- including Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Morgan Stanley -- using data from Rosa Abrantes-Metz, an adjunct associate professor at New York University who has provided expert testimony in rigging cases.

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Arthur Robey
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You're All Doing it Again!

Look at this from ZH.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-19/us-readies-battle-plans-baltic-...

Instead of spending our resources surviving, the Savanna Ape is obsessing about that other group over there and how to go kill him and take his lands. Armed with rock and stick. 

The genetic engineering of humans is not an option,  it is a vital necessity. 

I blame the females. Would you please Stop Breeding with them. Just say No. 

Arthur Robey's picture
Arthur Robey
Status: Diamond Member (Offline)
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Posts: 3936
Brillouin Energy.

Brillouin Energy has been able to demonstrate that it can reliably initiate LENR in its reactors by applying electronic pulses to the metal rod and stopped by ceasing the pulsing and achieve net energy output ratios exceeding four (“4X” or ‘four times excess heat’).

From Brullouin energies website. 

http://brillouinenergy.com/

EDIT: If you are living anywhere near Menlo park you could ask them for a job.  At least you would be doing something important. 

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