Tag Archives: G. Edward Griffin

  • Blog

    Missed ‘The End of Money’ Webinar?

    Not to worry. You can purchase a video of the full event.
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, June 14, 2017, 4:35 AM

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    If you didn't register earlier for the live webinar and are regretting having missed out on the event — there's good news.

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    Why The Markets Are Overdue For A Gigantic Bust

    It's just not possible to print our way to prosperity
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, June 9, 2017, 11:38 PM

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    As much as I try, I simply cannot jump on the bandwagon that says that printing up money out of thin air has any long-term utility for an economy.

    It's just too clear to me that doing so presents plenty of dangers, due what we might call 'economic gravity': What goes up, must also come down.

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    Less Than Zero: How The Fed Killed Saving

    It destroyed the incentive to do it
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, June 2, 2017, 10:27 PM

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    Savings accounts were created to provide an incentive for people to plan for the future. Put money away today, let it grow through the miracle of compounding interest, and have more tomorrow.

    Prudent savings is essential to a healthy economy. It offers resilience during downturns, and provides seed capital for productive enterprise.

    But we are no longer a nation of savers. The Federal Reserve has killed the incentive to be one.

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    The End Of Money

    Our first live event on our new webinar platform
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 7:27 PM

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    Today's lofty asset prices are dependent on one thing far beyond all else: continued massive amounts of liquidity injected each and every month by the world's central banks.

    Over $12 trillion in "thin air" money has been printed up by the world's central banks since the start of the Great Recession. And so far in 2017, a fresh $200 billion is added to the pile each month(!)

    This makes the future price trajectory for stocks, bonds, real estate and nearly every other asset class more dependent on central bank policy than at any time in history. Investors need to ask: What are the central banks most likely to do next, and what will the repercussions be?

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  • Podcast

    G. Edward Griffin: Exposing The Creature From Jekyll Island

    Hard truths from the man who wrote the book on the Fed
    by Adam Taggart

    Sunday, April 23, 2017, 7:25 PM

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    G. Edward Griffin, the author of the seminal book on the formation of the Federal Reserve, The Creature of Jekyll Island, joins the podcast this week to add his perspective to our ongoing critical examination of the Fed and the impact its actions are having on society.

    Ed's decades of research and critique of the Federal Reserve, sadly, have left him with conclusions that corroborate our own. Despite its carefully-crafted image as an essential public servant, Griffin concludes it is anything but. It is a private cartel that has connived its way to tremendous advantage and power, secretly (and not-so-secretly) plundering the American people of their treasure and freedoms.

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    Summit At Sea: Liveblog

    Adam & Chris live blog from an investor conference
    by Adam Taggart

    Monday, April 3, 2017, 2:48 PM

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    For the next few days (until we fly back for this year's Peak Prosperity seminar), Chris and I will be attending the Summit At Sea, an exclusive investment conference produced by Robert Helms and Russell Grey, aka. The Real Estate Guys.

    Wi-fi and power access depending, we are live blogging here the insights we're learning from our fellow speakers over the next few days.

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