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Why Using Debt To Buyback Stock Is Great And Much More

Everyone is focusing on strategy of bloating any available company with massive leverage to either buyback stock or engage in “synergy-creating” M&A, which is affectionately known as “activism.” Massive leverage is great for shareholders but a disaster waiting to happen for employees & bondholders in the future as soon as rates rise.

Questions to Ask Before Investing in Natural Resource Stocks

If you are interested in investing in natural resources, the ‘management interview’ is critical before investing in any junior resource company to figure out how the company will generate a return for your money. Rick Rule outlines what questions to ask before investing.

10 Weapons Wall Street Uses To Manipulate You

Wall Street has only one goal, make insiders superrich & shareholders rich. Public interest & the rest of the world are never part of their competitive algorithms. Here are 10 of Wall Street’s weapons used by their psychological/neuroscientific/behavioral finance cyberwarriors to control their casinos

When A Stock Bubble Goes Horribly Wrong And Hyperinflation Results

When A Stock Bubble Goes Horribly Wrong And Hyperinflation Results – Could the same be true of Europe? A challenge that’s perhaps most visible in the Eurozone is how best to balance dispersed, country-specific debt issuance against more centralized authority over monetary policy.

The Next Big Bank to Fail Will Get Liquidated into… Another Big Bank

The “SPOE” single point of entry by FDIC for handling a big bank liquidation will result in another crappy big bank coming out the other end. We have a bankruptcy code. Banks should be allowed to fail and should never get so big that it makes the world come to a standstill if they blow themselves up.

Do You Know Who Owns The Federal Reserve?

Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are U.S. Govt. institutions – It is privately owned and its shareholders are private banks. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of the U.S. for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers.

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