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Central banks may do more harm than good, says RBI's Rajan

Raghuram Rajan, governor of the RBI, has been leery of the unconventional monetary policy tools used by central banks since the financial crisis. At some point, he said, pushing interest rates low seems to have the perverse effect of making people save rather than spend. The asset-price boost that comes with QE may disappear if these assets can’t grow into their valuation.

The Massive Debt Bubble Will Push Silver Prices Much Higher

The April 2011 peak exists in similar conditions to that of the interim high in the previous bull market. The silver price will, as a minimum, equal the 38.58 times rise of the previous bull market. That would be a minimum target of $155.86 (4.04 times 38.58). The context of this silver bull market & massive debt levels today, suggest that silver will go much higher.

Gold: The Good, Bad, and Truly Ugly

Dollars, Euros, Yen, and other unbacked fiat currencies have been printed to excess for decades. A vulnerable and dangerous financial system that is increasingly leveraged is a bubble in search of a pin. Accidents happen! Protect yourself and insure your assets with gold and silver – The real money for 5,000 years.

How Debt Was Used to Create the Biggest Financial Heist in History

Experts have come up with various reasons behind the financial crisis. Some feel the crisis was because Wall Street was greedy. But then the question to ask is: When was Wall Street not greedy & so why didn’t financial crises happen all the time? Its because never before in history have the entire world’s finances been so distorted by debt.

Oil Prices on a Decline - Is this Good News, or Bad?

Growth in oil consumption has mostly been outside of the US, EU & Japan, in the recent past. China & other emerging market countries kept demand for oil high, fueled by debt growth. This debt growth now seems to be stalling. Commodities such as oil & food are necessities. Why would less be needed? The issue, is affordability.

Alan Greenspan's Nine Reasons "Why The Economy Stinks"

Alan Greenspan listed 9 specific reasons why the “economy stinks”, although surprisingly, nowhere did he mention the fact that the current and future economic disaster is all a direct result of his “great moderation” ruinous reign at helm of the Fed and its catastrophic monetary policies.

Has The S&P 500 Topped At Exactly The Same Price As Gold?

Interesting facts: Spot gold has topped at exactly same levels as S&P500 top to date, on a closing basis. When gold peaked at $1,895.00 in Sep 2011, S&P500 was at a major intermediate bottom at 1200. Spot gold made a double bottom below $1,200 in Dec 2013 while S&P500 hit all time highs at 1890.90 a week ago.

China On A Debt Binge And A Buying Spree Unlike Anything Ever Seen Before

According to a recent World Bank report, the level of private domestic debt in China has grown from about 9 trillion dollars in 2008 to more than 23 trillion dollars today – Lots of signs show the gigantic debt bubble in China is about to burst & when it does, the entire world is going to feel the pain.

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