Archive for January, 2012

Man Shot and Killed. Bullet Arrested.

Man Shot and Killed. Bullet Arrested.
   Yahoo Finance writer Aaron Task told to carry water for the Fed, but instead writes an obfuscating apologia for inflationist institution. Aaron Task over at Yahoo Finance thinks he pulled a big “gotcha” on all those anti-Fed cranks out there with his article, “No, the Fed Does NOT ‘Print...
January 31st, 2012 | Sound Money Blog | Read More

No More Blood For Oil

No More Blood For Oil
Is the world (starting with Iran) beginning to prefer gold? India is the first buyer of Iranian oil to agree to pay for its purchases in gold instead of the US dollar, DEBKAfile’s intelligence and Iranian sources report exclusively.  Those sources expect China to follow suit. India and China...
January 31st, 2012 | Popular Articles, Resources | Read More

Like Bugs Looking For Windshields

Like Bugs Looking For Windshields
Largest Central Banks Now Hold Over 15 Trillion in Fictitious Capital By Russ Winter01/27/2012 I could not help noticing that China’s imports from Japan fell 16.2pc in December. Imports from Taiwan fell 6.2pc. The strong yen strikes again: Honda decides to build a high-performance hybrid Acura in...
January 30th, 2012 | Popular Articles, Resources | Read More

Water Is Wet, and Other Breaking News

Water Is Wet, and Other Breaking News
Central bank policy is obscuring market values, Warsh tells Stanford audience. By: Chris Powell, Secretary/Treasurer, GATA Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Central banks are now so heavily influencing asset prices that investors are unable to ascertain market values, former Federal Reserve Board...
January 30th, 2012 | Popular Articles, Resources, State of Money | Read More

Medicine, or Poison? Real Inflation to Cure the Specter of Deflation

Medicine, or Poison? Real Inflation to Cure the Specter of Deflation
by Thorsten Polleit I. The ongoing financial and economic crisis has not only stoked fears that it will end ininflation — as central banks will print up ever-greater amounts of money — but it has also given rise to a diametrically opposed concern: namely, that of deflation. For instance, in December...
January 30th, 2012 | Future of Money, Money Timeline, Popular Articles, Resources | Read More