Welcome To Credit Collapse 2011
by TickerGuy Featured Host
It's here, and it's now. We're days - maybe hours - from another credit lockup.
I hope you're prepared... but if you're not, let's channel our anger constructively. We'll go over it all in 30 minutes or less.
Here is my comment I left on FB
Not sure if this has been posted. Worth watching again.
Video of a trader talking to BBC anchors and he is being quite open about the whole thing and says Governments cant do anything about it and dont rule the world. Goldman rules the world. Anchors shocked into silence !!
Amazing. Too much truth for them to handle !!
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Although mainstream financial analysts are all but certain that Ben Bernanke will now refrain from launching a third round of money printing, economist Peter Schiff told CNBC today that the unfolding global depression will force the Fed to resort to QE3 in a failed effort to prop up the plunging stock market.
Milton Friedman was a torch of economic freedom during some very dark days. Here's a great video of him discussing the FED and the great depression.
"Famous forecaster Gerald Celente of Trends Research says the world's in the midst of another depression and that we're headed for another crash.
Celente won't get specific about what he means by "crash," at least with respect to the stock market, but he's convinced that the world is going to the dogs.
We'll have riots, he says. And wars. And society as we know it will continue to break down......"
full article and video: http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/headed-crash-say...
ABC : Thousands Camp Out For Job Fair As Jobless Rate Rises
The past few days after the debate I have read a few online forums, reactions and also listened to radio conversations: it is clear to me that Chris Wallace just like in the first SC debate (with regard to heroin) has very intentionally sought out an issue which he could isolate, take out of context to try to hit Paul. Politics is dirty and Dr. Paul is absolute clean and honest. It was just as the Giuliani-debate, which had a double-ended sword/effect to it: attracted Independents to Paul, also also lead to some "conservatives" trashing Paul, either via misunderstanding (e.g.