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    Daily digest 7/25 – Public Pension Well Running Dry, America’s Middle Class Slowly Being ‘Wiped Out’

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, July 25, 2018, 2:43 PM

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    • America’s middle class is slowly being ‘wiped out’
    • Public Pension Well Running Dry
    • Tensions Build as Looming Metro Strike Threatens to Derail D.C.
    • Union retirees fear deep cuts to their pensions
    • China's Downgrade-Free Defaults Put Focus on Rating Firms
    • Connecticut is drowning in debt. Should the rest of us have to pay?
    • INN investigation: Pension spiking still prevalent despite massive debt
    • Sears retirees ask court for retailer's remaining funds for pension deficit
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    I Just Added To My Short Position

    Keeping you updated on my portfolio positioning
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, August 16, 2017, 6:01 PM

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    Last year, I detailed out my personal investments in the report How My Portfolio Is Positioned Right Now. It turned out to be one of our most popular articles over the past few years.

    In it, I mentioned that I'll do my best to update our subscribers when I make a material change to my portfolio allocation.

    Well, I just did.

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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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  • Blog

    Observations From The Heart Of Silicon Valley

    The calm before the storm?
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, May 20, 2016, 12:11 AM

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    Yesterday I made the 2-hour drive back to Silicon Valley, where I lived for 15 years before moving out to the country.

    I rarely go back, as I miss very little about the hyper-elite scene there. When I do, though, I feel I have a useful 'insider-now-outsider' perspective that allows me to see things there more accurately than those who live in that fishbowl 24/7.

    What hit me most strongly upon arriving back in the Menlo Park/Palo Alto area, is how little of the craziness has changed since I left 4 years ago. I don't mean 'unchanged' though; rather that the same craziness is there, just more extreme than ever.

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