Breakfast inflation

One of the least discussed and at the same time most important aspects of this economic crisis is the discrepancy between official inflation measures used by the FED, the Consumer Price Index( CPI) and, specially, Personal Consumer Expenditures (PCE), and the real inflation experienced by real people. One example of this last real inflation is … Continue reading Breakfast inflation

TYReads “One hundred years is long enough. End the Fed”

On the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve (FED), designed in secrecy by a group of Wall Street bankers and voted into existence by the American Congress on december 23 1913, Ron Paul publishes this article arguing that its creators have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams, and that the FED has taken … Continue reading TYReads “One hundred years is long enough. End the Fed”

TYR reads: Bitcoins Go Parabolic

Zerohedge reports about the parabolic rise in the price of the Bitcoin in the last 48 hours and its 1400% rise since the start of the year. The article rethorically asks..."which line item on the Fed's Balance Sheet is 'Virtual Currency Transactions'... what better way to destroy an up and coming currency competitor than to blow … Continue reading TYR reads: Bitcoins Go Parabolic

Bitcoin a virtual currency that defies the NWO

Bitcoin the emerging monetary phenomenon created by a pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009 is no longer a joke, but a potential real threat to the neofeudal NWO whose visible components are the western Central Banks, from the Federal Reserve (FED) , to the European Central Bank (ECB), to the Bank of Japan (BoJ), to the … Continue reading Bitcoin a virtual currency that defies the NWO

Bernanke & Hockey Stick Inflation

Yesterday, in his biannual testimony to the USA Congress, the president of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, asserted that inflation under his and Mr. Greenspan's mandate was no more than 2% a year. While this might be "true" using Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data, please check ShadowStats for a true picture of inflation in … Continue reading Bernanke & Hockey Stick Inflation

TYR 4 December 2012 reads

Still Not Spreading the Wealth Around @ Azizonomics This article compares the evolution of the percentages of GDP that both wages and corporate profits have had in the USA from the 1940s until 2012. Data shows that corporate profits have never been higher, around 11% of GDP, and wages have never been lower, around 43.5% of GDP. … Continue reading TYR 4 December 2012 reads

TYR 15 November 2012 reads

The Bernanke-Obama-Keynes Toxic Triangle Dead End @ Zerohedge In this article originally published in Forbes Mark Spitznagel explores Frédéric Bastiat's observation: “The bad economist pursues a small present good, which will be followed by a great evil to come, while the true economist pursues a great good to come, at the risk of a small present evil.” … Continue reading TYR 15 November 2012 reads

TYR 26 October 2012 reads

The SAME Unaccountable Government Agency Which Spies on ALL Americans Also Decides Who Gets ASSASSINATED by Drones @ Washington's Blog The world that is coming...or perhaps is already here. David Einhorn Explains How Ben Bernanke Is Destroying America @ Zerohedge explaining how the Fed's policies are not only not helping the economy, they are now actively destroying this … Continue reading TYR 26 October 2012 reads

TYR 22 October 2012 reads

Lessons In Fiat Reality: "Why I Learned To Trade Less And Love The Farm" @ Zerohedge Hedge fund manager Stephen Diggle argues for farmland as the best risk-adjusted invesment for the next decade. Central bank generated inflation, a slowdown in agricultural productivity, a still growing global population and a global trend towards meat consumption in … Continue reading TYR 22 October 2012 reads

“… the ongoing assurances of central bank liquidity seem to ensure an eventual crisis beyond the liquidity capacity of central banks”

Doug Noland, one of the few financial analysts that foresaw the 2008 crisis before it happened, this week, in his weekly Credit Bubble Bulletin, "celebrates" the 25th anniversary of the October 1987 crash. The complete article here, some excerpts here: "Portfolio insurance played an important role in the precipitate sell orders that overwhelmed and helped … Continue reading “… the ongoing assurances of central bank liquidity seem to ensure an eventual crisis beyond the liquidity capacity of central banks”