18
Sep

Bernanke and the Fed Will Do Anything to Save the Banks Under the Guise of Reducing Unemployment

In 2010 I openly challenged Gerald Celente’s call for the “Crash of 2010.” When I revisited this crash non-event at the end of 2010, I predicted that 2011 would be a good year for stocks. It was as U.S. stocks out-shined the world as being one of the only markets higher that year with the DOW moving 5.5% higher as …

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6
Sep

Only Precious Metals Can Prepare You For The Banking Crisis

What the heck is going on these days with the banks? More and more issues are arising with our nations banks causing concern for the investing public. On August 17, 2009 I wrote an article entitled The Banking Crisis is Far From Over. I wanted to make people aware of what was really going on in the banking industry as …

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3
Jun

Increase In Bank Sub-investment Grade Derivatives Reveal A Need For Gold Insurance

The financial crisis started with banks getting burned in the derivatives market. Then TARP was manipulated to help banks get cash. Next came the Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB) allowing banks to mark to model (fantasy) their real estate assets (cheat). And now we have come full circle once again as banks own more sub-investment grade derivatives today than at …

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23
Dec

$4 Trillion Bank Sub-Investment Grade Derivatives Now More Than Financial Crisis Peak Part 2

Part 2 of this article analyzes the top 5 banks future problems with the over $4 trillion sub-investment grade derivatives maturing in the next 5 years, an amount that is greater than at the peak of the financial crisis.

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23
Dec

$4 Trillion Bank Sub-Investment Grade Derivatives Now More Than Financial Crisis Peak Part 1

This article analyzes the top 5 banks future problems with the over $4 trillion sub-investment grade derivatives maturing in the next 5 years, an amount that is greater than at the peak of the financial crisis. Part 1

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