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The dailywealth.com ive never seen them.be wrong. I remember when the predicted abig bank was going to.crash months before anyone know. And it did, on july 2008. And also.around march 2008, they predicted oil would crash to.at least $50 per barrel. Its more like an investment newsletter

Check Out The Daily Reckoning

http://dailyreckoning.com/

They have a good number of interesting writers and authors. My personal favorites being Bill Bonner (one of the founders) and Richard Daughty (Mogambo Guru). A number of LvMI fellows contribute on occasion.

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For me

I bounce around on ZeroHedge, SilverDoctors and a few other sites like that. Max has his moments of Truth, more so than you'll see on CNBC or MSNBC (gag). I try and run with the general approach of more data inputs from different sources = better. Allows me to look for the patterns, and separate what looks to be wheat from the chaff.

Good Question! Max Keiser?

Good Question! Max Keiser?

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Gag me. Max "Crash JP Morgan" Kaiser?

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"Fully half the quotations found on the internet are either mis-attributed, or outright fabrications." - Abraham Lincoln

"JPMorgan likely to post $4 billion to $6 billion trade loss"

Reuters, Thursday June 28 2012

By David Henry
NEW YORK (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co's losses from disastrous derivatives trades will likely amount to $4 billion (2.57 billion pounds) to $6 billion in the second quarter, far more than the original estimate... ...losses could reach $8 billion to $9 billion, assuming worst-case conditions.

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I barely know what derivitives are, but I do understand that money is fungible and somebody has hurt Chase, via contracts, to the tune of at least $4 billion. YAAAY.

"Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty" TJ