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Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, An interesting article on HowMuch puts the Bitcoin phenomenon into proper perspective. Google founder Larry Page’s net worth beats bitcoin’s entire market cap. Microsoft founder Bill Gates’s net worth is double Bitcoin. Please consider The Bitcoin Economy, in Perspective. Last year, Bitcoin became more stable than gold, and earlier this year, the price of a Bitcoin surpassed that of an ounce of gold for the first time.

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It was just about a year ago that James Comey boldly consolidated the roles of investigator, lawyer, judge and jury when he announced that, although Hillary was "extremely careless" in her mishandling of classified State Department emails, no reasonable prosecutor would be willing to bring charges against her.  And even though she got a free pass from the former FBI Director, Hillary may not be "out of the woods" just yet.  As The Washington Times points out, a New York attorney has

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  Content originally published at iBankCoin.com I've procured the full rundown for those of you interested in consuming the tears of liberals. This is the worst meltdown on the left since Trump took two scoops of iced cream, while giving everyone else 1. In summary, several weeks ago Trump alluded to the existence of tapes, recordings of conversations between himself and Comey. Today, he admitted, after teasing the media for weeks, that there weren't any tapes. Meanwhile, coal miners in

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Denver-based CirrusMD, the provider of a text message-based telemedicine platform, has closed a $7 million Series A led by Colorado Impact Fund. The startup is in good company—since the beginning of 2015, 348 VC investors have participated in at least […] The post The 8 Most Active VC Investors In Colorado appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Authored by Brandon Smith via Alt-Market.com, Just after the US presidential election in 2016 I published an article titled 'Order Out Of Chaos: Defeat Of The Left Comes With A Cost', covering a rather difficult subject matter, namely the concept of “4th Generation Warfare” and how it is used by establishment elitists to defeat popular resistance to their agenda of centralization and globalization. 4th Gen tactics are confusing to many because most people think in terms of

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If there is one thing Vancouver has a lot of, it's expensive houses. As we showed earlier in early June, the world's biggest housing bubble defied impossible odds, and less than a year after the British Columbia government imposed a 15% property tax on foreign buyers, soon after an initial dip, home prices rebounded right back to all time highs, rising 5% to a record C$1.8 million in May, while the number of properties sold was the third-highest ever for that month. And now, to celebrate one

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This looks interesting Walker’s Manual of Unlisted Stocks – Margin of Safety style –  expensive book unless its same as this version Walker’s Manual of Penny Stocks? Anyone have a LEGAL copy feel free to contact us H/T CornerOf Berkshire […] The post Walker’s Manual of Unlisted Stocks appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, Chinese billionaire and Alibaba founder Jack Ma predicted this week that in 30 years, people will be working less than they do now. According to NBC:  "I think in the next 30 years, people only work four hours a day and maybe four days a week," Ma said.   "My grandfather worked 16 hours a day in the farmland and [thought he was] very busy. We work eight hours, five days a week and think we are very busy." Only

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Facial recognition software is getting to the point where there are some very interesting things that can be done with it in everyday life. That includes really bad ideas like enabling the police to run record checks on everyone who passes in front of their body-worn cameras. But it also means that businesses can start applying the technology in novel ways. Here's what is happening on a trial basis in some German supermarkets and post offices, as reported by Deutsche Welle: There's a camera

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Some very simplistic math from Moody's helps to shed some light on just how inevitable a public pension crisis is in the United States.  Analyzing a basket of 56 public plans with net liabilities of $778 billion, Moody's found that just a modest downside return scenario over the next three years (2017: +7.2%, 2018: -5.0%, 2019: 0%) would result in a 59% surge in new unfunded liabilities.  Moreover, given that total unfunded public pension liabilities are roughly $5 trillion in

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Authored by Jason Ditz via AntiWar.com, The Wall Street Journal today announced that it is sacking its chief foreign affairs correspondent, Jay Solomon, related to “ethical lapses” that were revealed in a Tuesday AP expose that revealed Solomon’s substantial ties to an arms dealer and smuggler for the CIA. The AP investigation focused on Farhad Azima, an Iran-born magnate who had ferried weapons for the CIA, and founded a company, Denx LLC, that was trying to make a deal with

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Similar to the Fed’s price-management of oil, the Fed has been keeping gold pinned under $1300 since early November in an effort to prevent a rising price of gold from undermining the dollar’s reserves status and signalling the escalating economic and financial distress in the U.S.   From PM Fund Manager Dave Kranzler: The falling […] The post Oil, Gold, & Bitcoin appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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The dotcom bubble was one of the most extreme speculative events in recent memory. Hitting its crescendo in March of 2000, the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite equity index subsequently fell by 78 percent in the following 30 months. Whenever I sense […] The post “You want winners?” – A story of crazy speculation appeared first on ValueWalk.

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With a fortune largely tied to his 78.9 million shares of Amazon, the net worth of Jeff Bezos continues to be on the rise. Just days ago, Amazon shares reached all-time highs after the company’s ambitious acquisition of Whole Foods. This puts Bezos just $4 billion away from displacing Bill Gates as the world’s number one billionaire – and if the stock continues upwards, he could take the title any day. We’ve previously showed how Bezos built Amazon from scratch, but

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MSCI has announced that China A-shares will be included in its emerging-market (EM) index next year, as we anticipated. Now, global equity investors need to consider how to access the vast universe of stocks traded onshore in China. The decision […] The post Exploring Routes To China After MSCI A-Shares Move appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Submitted by Louis Cammarosano of Smaulgld * * * Based on remarks to Bundesbank Policy Symposium in a Speech “Frontiers in Central Banking – Past, Present and Future” contain clues of the battleplan. What if they fail? As cryptocurrencies, which trade outside the banking system attract more capital, governments and central banks are devising ways to try and stop and or control their rise. In “Cryptocurrencies Fiat Killers or Strengtheners” we noted how some

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Three weeks ago, the US military conducted its first successful test of a ground-based anti-intercontinental ballistic missile system that had cost more than $40 billion to develop, with the Pentagon lauding the test as “an incredible accomplishment.” But the Navy had no such luck on Wednesday following an unsuccessful test of a new ship-based anti-ICBM projectile. As the Missile Defense Agency announced in a press release, the test of the new SM-3 Block IIA missile - which was

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With a difference two years makes. The Chinese stock market was truly something to behold. I recall vividly watching on CNBC one particular segment where farmers remarked that trading the stock markets was far easier than farming. Warning signs don’t […] The post The Chinese stock market – With a difference two years makes appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Just hours after President Trump admitted he did not record any of his conversations with James Comey, the former FBI Director was spotted entering The New York Times office, in Times Square, NYC. As The Daily Mail notes, Comey confessed to being the source of a leak to the Times about private, unorthodox meeting he had with the president before he was fired in June. Comey, disguised behind dark sunglasses stared straight ahead as entered the Times Square office building, accompanied by his

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