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Jim Rogers: China Will Let People Go Bankrupt Because They Are Good Capitalists SINGAPORE– In a robust interview with Real Vision TV, Jim Rogers, Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc., finds opportunities in Asia and predicts upcoming turmoil. […]

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By iolite Partners Dear Investors, Friends and Subscribers,   I am happy to report the portfolio recovered strongly in July and August, as most of my investment theses continued to play out nicely and most holdings reported strong results. Even […]

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Employment Practices Liability Insurance has exploded in recent decades.

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Source: Visual Capitalist The post Estimated U.S. Energy Consumption in 2015 appeared first on The Big Picture.

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Although at first sight it looks like we are being presented with a buying opportunity in the precious metals sector, which has reacted back over the past couple of weeks, we have to careful here. There has been no major correction in this sector all this year, which is inflated after months of rallying, and […] The post Precious Metals & the Fed – The Correction May Have Considerably Farther to Go… appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Well, here we go again with the bad EU copyright proposals. Just a few days ago, Mozilla actually launched a petition to call on the EU to update its copyright laws for the 21st century, to make it "so we can tinker, create, share, and learn on the internet." Apparently the EU's answer to this is "Fuck You!" According to a leaked draft of the EU Commission's plan to "modernize" copyright, the plan really seems focused on coming up with new ways to tax successful internet companies, like

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“Yes, we can,” a determined German Chancellor Angela Merkel said nearly one year ago when speaking of how Germany would embrace “refugees” from the Middle East. Since that point, there have been some issues to overcome relative to Syrian refugees […]

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The Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Toolkit: Past, Present, and Future Chair Janet L. Yellen At “Designing Resilient Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future,” a symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Jackson Hole, Wyoming August 26, 2016       The Global Financial Crisis and Great Recession posed daunting new challenges for central… Read More The post The Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Toolkit: Past, Present, and
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Via The Daily Bell, In the past months the Obama Administration has clearly also escalated tensions in the seas surrounding the Peoples’ Republic of China - East China Sea with Japan and South China Sea with the Philippines - tensions which potentially could provoke a catastrophe. While both provocative operations could give the Pentagon budget a boost in times of budget austerity, they could easily detonate a preemptive nuclear strike by either China or Russia or by both. In the 21st

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As we've noted many times, soaring numbers of refugees seeking asylum in Europe and the simultaneous increase in terrorist attacks is bringing the political fight between "globalists" and "nationalists" to a head.  In a recent interview with the Un News Center, Peter Sutherland, the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration, declared that "sovereignty is an absolute illusion that has to be put behind

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Authored by Pepe Escobar via Stratgic-Culture.org, The Rio Olympics are gone – Bolt, Phelps, Neymar, the green pool, the Ugly American Lochte and all – but a global audience may have been spared a shameful last act. Mediocre incompetent opportunist, corrupt coward traitor, and certified political usurper, interim President Michel Temer, refused to go to the closing ceremony, afraid of being booed out of a packed Maracana stadium. According to the latest polls, 79% of Brazilians want

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If "pay-to-play" is good enough for Hillary's State Department, then why not the nation?     Source: The Burning Platform

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Mark Mobius: “Are emerging Markets past their Best – or is the Best Yet to Come?” Published on Aug 26, 2016 Mark Mobius: Executive Chairman, Templeton Emerging Markets Group

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``Sigmar Gabriel said the EU would go "down the drain" if other states followed Britain's lead and that the UK could not keep the "nice things" about Europe while taking no responsibility... ''

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The companies come to places like Boydton for basics like land, water and electricity. Even with low local wages, people are a high-cost item. As small as the staffs at these mammoth facilities are, companies say, perhaps a third of the company jobs will eventually be filled by robots. Google started building in eastern Oregon to be near cheap hydroelectric power on the Columbia River, and most recently it has focused on Iowa, Alabama and Tennessee. Microsoft has a center in Wyoming, and it bought a nine-hole golf course as part of a complex near West Des Moines, Iowa. Amazon recently
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Submitted by Megan Stewart via SurvivalSullivan.com, If you have been waiting for a public announcement or news headline to let you know that an economic collapse has begun, you are in for the surprise of your life. If history in other countries and in Detroit, Michigan is any indication, there won’t be an announcement. An economic collapse tends to sneak up on a city, region, or country gradually over time. In some cases, the arrival of an economic collapse is so gradual that most people

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Reading stories about Preppers is often more inspiring than reading about startups.  Preppers dedicate their entire life to their new way of life, as it were.  Take for example this recent article in the Washington Post about the American Redoubt: Those migrating to the Redoubt are some of the most motivated members of what is known as the prepper movement, which advocates readiness and self-reliance in man-made or natural disasters that could create instability for years.

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A few weeks back we pointed out a couple of the reasons that businesses are fleeing California by the 1,000's ("3 Simple Charts That Help Explain Why 9,000 Businesses Have Left California In Just 7 Years").  Clearly the implementation of a State-wide $15 minimum wage hasn't helped "lure" business owners. On Friday, Ashley Furniture's 840 employees working in the company's production and warehouse facility in Colton, California became the latest victims

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Based on this analytic structure, Trump may not just win the election in November--he might win by a landslide.If we believe the mainstream media and the Establishment it protects and promotes, Trump has no chance of winning the presidential election. For starters, Trump supporters are all Confederate-flag waving hillbillies, bigots, fascists and misogynists. In other words, "good people" can't possibly vote for Trump. Even cartoon character Mike Doonesbury is fleeing to Vancouver to escape Trumpism. (Memo to the Doonesbury family: selling your Seattle home will barely net the down payment on a decent crib in Vancouver.)For another, Trump alienates the entire planet every time he speaks.The list goes on, of course, continuing with his lack of qualifications.But suppose this election
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The last time we checked on Angela Merkel's plunging support in the polls, was in early August, when right after the three most recent terrorist attacks on German soil all conducted by ISIS-affiliated refugees, popular support for the Chancellor had plunged by a whopping 12%, with her approval rating crashing to just 47%. This marked her second-lowest score since she was re-elected in 2013. In April last year, before the migrant crisis erupted she enjoyed backing of 75 percent. Nearly a month

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