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Monday, September 27, 2021

Covid-19 – The Five Things We Need To Know!

Authored by Bruce Wilds via Advancing Time blog, What we really need to know about the coronavirus is how it will affect us as individuals. The picture presented by governments is sketchy at best. Driven by agendas such as preventing panic and spinning the ramifications to lessen their toll on financial markets has made what…

11 Of The Most Outrageous Things Establishment Democrats Are Saying About Bernie Sanders

Authored by Michael Snyder via The End of The American Dream blog, The Democratic establishment has officially shifted into panic mode.  In 2016, they watched a bold political outsider shred a divided field of establishment Republican candidates on his way to winning the White House.  Now they have one and only one shot of denying…

Calling Things By Their Real Names

One does not need money to convey one's thoughts, but what money does allow is the drowning out of speech of those without money by those with a lot of money.In last week's explanation of why the Federal Reserve is evil, I invoked the principle of calling things by their real names, a concept that drew an…

Six Things That Make A Brokered Democratic Convention More Likely

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, The odds of a brokered convention are greater than most think. Six Significant Changes The superdelegates do not get to vote in the first round this year unless a candidate has a majority. Unlike 2016 when they all went to Hillary, this year they don’t vote until round 2…

“Three Things I Learned In Washington”: Central Bankers Aren’t Sure What To Believe Anymore

Submitted by Huw van Steenis, senior adviser to the CEO of UBS, and formerly senior adviser to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney. Three things I learned in Washington As the world's central banks and economic policymakers convened in Washington over the weekend for the annual meetings of the IMF, IIF and World Bank, there…

Three Things Gold Isn’t

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Swings in the US dollar have no long-term impact in the price of gold. Nor is gold an inflation hedge. Three Points December 2004: US Dollar Index 108, Gold $435 April 2009: US Dollar Index 108, Gold $883 November 2014: US Dollar Index 108, Gold $1182 Gold vs Trade-Weighted…

This Is How You Will Pay For Things In 2025

A startup in Sweden called Biohax International has microchipped more than 4,000 people across the country who can use their hands to open secured doors, replace credit cards and cash, pay for transportation tickets, and share emergency information with medical personnel, reported New York Post. The microchip is about the size of a grain of…

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