Tuesday, July 12, 2016

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DANGER: The World Is Now On The Verge Of The Largest Destruction Of Wealth In History

Posted: 12 Jul 2016 01:26 AM PDT

DANGER: The World Is Now On The Verge Of The Largest Destruction Of Wealth In History
By Egon von Greyerz


Please click here to see my latest KWN interview.

Egon von Greyerz
Founder and Managing Partner
Matterhorn Asset Management AG

Some of Egon's future speaking engagements:

Annual Global Access Asset Protection & Investment Conference. September 18 – Read the rest

Merkel Admits That Terrorists Were Smuggled In Europe's "Refugee Flow"

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 11:55 PM PDT

Following months of sternly refusing to accept that her "noble" initiative to open up Europe to over a million refugees from the middle east had adverse consequences in not only sending anti-immigrant parties soaring in the polls but also indirectly encouraging terrorism, German Chancellor Angela Merkel today admitted that some terrorists entered Europe among the wave of migrants that fled from Syria adding that the refugee flow was used in part to "smuggle terrorists" on to the continent.

Speaking to supporters of her Christian Democrat Union party in eastern Germany, Merkel admitted that militant groups had smuggled jihadists among those genuinely looking to seek asylum in Europe. "In part, the refugee flow was even used to smuggle terrorists," she said, as cited by Reuters.

As a reminder, it was Merkel's open-door policy which allowed more than 1 million migrants to arrive in Germany in 2015, with a number of those originating from Syria. Merkel was criticized by a significant section of the German population, culminating in a collapse in Merkel's approval rating.

Merkel's admission came just over a week after Germany's spy chief Hans Georg Maassen said the domestic intelligence agency had obtained information on 17 IS militants who had entered Europe under the guise of refugees.

"There is strong evidence that… 17 people have arrived under Islamic State instructions," Maassen said cited by RT.

In the same month, a plot emerged involving a group of Syrians linked to IS who wanted to carry out a terror attack in Dusseldorf. Two members of the four-man group planned to detonate suicide vests in the center of the western German city, while the other members would look to kill as many people in the vicinity with a combination of explosives and gunfire.

Three of the suspects were identified as 27-year-old Hamza C., 25-year-old Mahood B., and Abd Arahman AK, 31. They were arrested at various locations around Germany. Their plan was revealed when a fourth member, 25-year-old Saleh A., handed himself in to police in France in February.

"According to current investigations, the four accused were planning to commit an attack in Germany for the foreign terrorist organization Islamic State," said the prosecutors, as cited by AFP.

Adding insult to Merkel's ruinous refugee policy, the head of Germany's police trade union, Rainer Wendt, said that budget cuts are potentially making it easier for terrorists to cross into the country amongst the refugee influx because it is impossible to screen all the migrants. 

"It would have been useful in the second half of last year to create conditions for background checks on all people who came to us, in fact, before they traveled [to Germany]. But that is past history now, as we cannot afford it," he told the news show SWRinfo. 

The German authorities announced in June that they are monitoring 499 Islamic extremists who are deemed by the security services to pose a threat. Interior Ministry spokesman Johannes Dimroth said security agencies had received regular tip-offs about possible Islamic extremists coming to Germany as asylum seekers and were systematically checking those reports.

However, placing all migrants under suspicion after the arrests would play into IS' hands, Wendt stressed. 

"We know since the attacks of Paris and Brussels that Islamic State wants to influence the migration debate in Europe and to whip up sentiment against refugees," Wendt told Reuters. "This is part of their strategy. We must not fall into their trap."

Instead Germany had a "better" idea, which was to do nothing. And as shocking documents published by Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper and broadcasters NDR and WDR, today revealed, the previous estimates of the infamous Cologne mass sexual assaults on New Year's Even, were just dramatically revised — upward. As WaPo reports, authorities now think that on New Year's Eve, more than 1,200 women were sexually assaulted in various German cities, including more than 600 in Cologne and about 400 in Hamburg.

More than 2,000 men were allegedly involved, and 120 suspects — about half of them foreign nationals who had only recently arrived in Germany — have been identified.

Only four have been convicted, but more trials are underway. In other words, Germany has absolutely no idea who it has admitted into its territory as a result of Merkel's generosity that permitted more than 1 million migrants to enter Europe's most prosperous nation.

Silver Monkey Hammer FAIL!

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 11:00 PM PDT

EXPOSED: SGE & The REAL Silver to Gold Ratio — a SGT Report Micro-doc

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 10:51 PM PDT

by SGT, SGT Report.com:


Europe’s Economic Crisis Has Spread from the Periphery to the Core

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 09:05 PM PDT

We’ve noted for more than 5 years that the European crisis would spread in the following order … more or less:

Greece → Ireland → Portugal → Spain → Italy → UK

We also warned that the EU’s approach to economic problems in the periphery would lead the cancer to spread to the core. For example, we’ve repeatedly warned that:

  • Bailing out the big European banks would just transfer the risk to the people
  • Propping up stocks and asset prices won’t get Europe out of the crisis
  • Covering up fraud by the European banks would sink the economy

Now, the IMF is forecasting that Italy could be in recession for two decades … and that it’s weakness could spread to the rest of the system.

Britain is – of course -in trouble.  But it’s not just Brexit …

Europe has been stuck in a downturn worse than the Great Depression for years.  The former Bank of England head Mervyn King said recently that the “depression” in Europe “has happened almost as a deliberate act of policy”. Specifically, King said that the formation of the European Union has doomed Europe to economic malaise.

He points out that Greece is experiencing “a depression deeper than the United States experienced in the 1930s”.

The depths of Greece's depression

(Indeed, some say that the UK was smart to get out while it could.)

Even Germany’s largest bank, and the bank with the highest exposure to derivatives anywhere in the world – Deutsche Bank – is in big trouble.

Here’s its stock price:

DeutscheAnd here’s its market capitalization:

Deutsche Bank Market CapIn May, Moody’s downgraded Deutsche to a mere 2 notches above junk.

And credit default swaps – bets that a company is in risk of failing – against Deutsche have absolutely skyrocketed:


Deutsche Bank’s chief economist just said:

Europe is extremely sick and must start dealing with its problems extremely quickly, or else there may be an accident.

He’s calling for a $166 billion dollar bailout of European banks.


BlackRock Inc. Vice Chairman Philipp Hildebrand said earlier this month the European Commission should allow governments to take temporary equity stakes in their banks, similar to what the U.S. did with its Troubled Asset Relief Program during the 2008 crisis.

Europe has made bad choices since the 2008 crisis … so Europe’s economic crisis has spread from the periphery to the core.

Mass Shootings & Terror Attacks in Recent History are False Flag Events - Michael Noonan Interview

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 09:00 PM PDT

Gold/Silver Trader & Conspiracy Buff Michael Noonan discusses some interesting connections betweel elite Rothschilds, Gold/Silver & False Flag Terror Shootings. Definitely one of the most alternative eye opening information in this interview! TOPICS IN THIS INTERVIEW: 01:50 BREXIT: Was...

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MENTALLY ILL AMERICA: The 10 Delusional Demands of Political Correctness You are Required to Accept, Despite the Contradictory Evidence Witnessed With Your Own Eyes

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 08:40 PM PDT

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

Political correctness, at its core, is an insidious demand that you dismiss the evidence you witness with your own eyes, replacing it with delusional, false narratives that have been shoved into your head by the conforming, obedient masses.

Political correctness means that if you are looking at red barn and 100 of your peers ridicule you while saying it’s a BLUE barn, you must nod your head in agreement and surrender, “Yes, it’s blue.” Even when it’s actually red. Political correctness is, essentially, a war on logic and reason. 2+2=5, Winston!

Political correctness is rooted in the demented notion that social memes now overrule physical and biological reality, requiring you to reject things that are real and replace them with beliefs that are fabricated out of thin air for political purposes. That this process now dominates modern society is proof that our world is run by the mentally ill… and that hoards of mentally ill obedient sheeple are more than happy to go along with the shared delusions that stem from such mental illness.

Truthfully, we are all now living in a time of mass mental illness, where 99 out of 100 people believe insane, untrue and impossible things that have been demanded of them by the ruling political puppet masters. In this article, I outline just 10 of the most dangerous delusions we are all now demanded to follow.

If you believe any of these things, you are clinically insane and probably need to have your head examined.

The ten delusional demands of political correctness

Demand #1) It is demanded that you agree Caitlyn Jenner is a woman, even though Caitlyn (Bruce) was born a man, has the biology of a man and has the DNA of a man. The only way anyone can say Caitlyn Jenner is a woman is if they are pressured to abandon common sense and surrender to the mass delusions of a society gone mad. “Yes, that barn is BLUE, by golly!”

For the record, let me state this as clearly as possible: Caitlyn Jenner is not a woman. He’s a dude pretending to be a woman. The fact that Bruce Jenner won a “Woman of the Year” award is the height of stupidity and mass insanity in a culture gone off the deep end. (What, they couldn’t find an ACTUAL woman deserving of the award? Seriously? There are no women in America who are a better than Bruce Jenner impersonating a woman? Gimmie a break…)

Demand #2) It is demanded that you support the illusion that gun laws will halt criminals from using guns to commit violence. The entire delusion hinges on the obviously false idea that people who routinely break the law will somehow magically abide by the law when you want them to. The existence of “gun free zone” signs further demonstrates the delusional thinking of those who ridiculously convince themselves that laws somehow restrict the actions of people who do not follow the law. (Liberalism is the art of being able to hold two wholly contradictory ideas in your head at the same time and somehow believe them both to be true…)

Demand #3) It is demanded that you agree the economy is in fantastic shape and that unemployment is barely six percent, even though you and everyone you know has trouble finding a job or keeping a decent job these days. While your own standard of living keeps eroding year after year, you are told that “everything is awesome!” by a delusional regime of money masters who are systematically stealing your income and wealth by printing their own money by the trillions.

Part of the P.C. employment delusion also demands that you reject the obvious truth that Obamacare’s employer mandates have caused a wave of job destruction across America as employers shed full-time employees to avoid the crushing costs of a mandatory “sick care” system that’s broken and fraudulent (and therefore unaffordable). Flatly stated, to be 100% politically correct on the issues of money and finance, you must believe that money materializes out of a parallel dimension and that real wealth can be created from nothing. (This is a key economic principle of “progressive economics” which always leads to Venezuela-style economic collapse, FYI.)

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Lessons From the Worst Banking Crisis in History

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 08:20 PM PDT

by Tim Price, Sovereign Man:

It's ironic that some of the most honest words to come out of a politician's mouth were, "When it becomes serious you have to lie."

That was a quote from Jean-Claude Juncker, former Prime Minister of Luxembourg and President of the European Commission (the EU's executive branch) in 2011 when asked about Greece's financial crisis.

Greece was on the ropes and the entire system about to collapse, so, of course they lied. Then they lied about lying.

This raises a very reliable rule of thumb to keep in mind during (and before) a banking crisis: don't trust anyone in the establishment, especially a politician.

It's good advice these days. Europe's banks and its governments are caught like Macbeth's "two spent swimmers that do cling together / And choke their art."

Or perhaps a less elegant comparison– two drunken sailors holding each other up.

As usual there's quite a bit of deflection to steer people away from looking too deeply at bank balance sheets, and high sounding language that everything is just fine.

A review of a historical banking crisis would be highly instructive. So let's go back to one of the absolute worst in history– the US banking crisis of 1982.

It was so severe, in fact, that as Nassim Taleb writes in The Black Swan,

"In the summer of 1982, large American banks lost close to all their past earnings (cumulatively), about everything they ever made in the history of American banking – everything."

Richard Koo, the chief economist of the Nomura Research Institute and author of 'The Holy Grail of Macro-economics: lessons from Japan's Great Recession,' recounts the crisis with extraordinary candor.

Koo was a syndicated loan desk officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York… so he was truly at the epicenter.

Late on a Friday afternoon in August 1982, his job, along with those of his colleagues, was to try and convince the rest of the world that the US banking system was solvent (even though it was clearly NOT).

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Operation Freedom Sunday, July 10, 2016 – Rob Kirby and Chris Martenson

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 07:40 PM PDT

by Dave Janda, Dave Janda:

Manipulation of financial markets, Benghazi, New World Order Syndicate, Obama Care, Free Market Health Reform,Putin, The Ukraine, ISIS, Syria, The Constitution, Natural resources, Reserve currency, Corruption, gold, silver Global Elite, International Banking Cabal, debt, Federal Reserve, Too Big To Fail Banks, Crony Capitalism, Debt Ceiling, Financial implosion, Recession, Economic Depression, Freedom, Liberty

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Kyle Bass Was Right: Here Is SocGen's Primer How To Trade The Biggest Yuan "Depreciation Wave" Yet

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 06:33 PM PDT

For a few months in early 2016 it was cool to make fun of Kyle Bass' career bet on Yuan devaluation; now that the Yuan is back to 6 year lows and sliding as China once again quietly loses control of its capital outflows, it is not so cool any more.

And with every passing day, it is only going to get worse because despite all the rhetoric, China's economy is getting worse by the day.  As SocGen puts it, "there have been signs of reviving capital outflow pressure since early 2Q. If the deprecation continues apace, capital outflow pressure will build up further and potentially quite quickly. The fact that the PBoC keeps stepping up capital controls despite the innocuous official flow data seems to suggest that it is also expecting an uphill battle."

And speaking of SocGen's outlook for China's currency , this is what the French bank - which just cut its Yuan forecast from 6.80 to 7.10 - thinks will happen next.

A New Normal for the RMB


We revise our peak forecast for USD-CNY to 7.10 from 6.80. Similar to immediately following the August devaluation, consensus is too complacent on the ability and willingness of policymakers to arrest the nearly three-year-old depreciation trend.


The new normal in recent months is gradual RMB depreciation that doesn't create a negative feedback loop to other currencies or broader market sentiment. This could embolden policymakers to keep pushing the limits of depreciation, especially if speculative positioning stays subdued. Implied volatility, risk reversal, forward points, and the forward curve have all been unresponsive to the recent RMB weakness. This is partly due to the reluctance of speculative investors to add exposure after being burned by the RMB depreciation trade in January, but also because intervention remains ongoing despite not showing up in headline reserves or the forward book.



The best solution remains for policymakers to let the RMB find its market clearing price. This is not an exact science and we can only guesstimate what the level would be - 6.80 was our previous assumption but 7.10 now seems more realistic. The recent depreciation at a time when the dollar has not been strengthening suggests policymakers are increasingly giving in to capital flow pressures and are willing to the test the limits of depreciation. Further depreciation could reinforce capital outflows in the short term but should eventually help capital flows reach equilibrium.



7.10 peak – our base case, 80% probability


The next wave of RMB depreciation will see USD-CNY trade up to 7.10 by mid-2017. Since USD-CNY bottomed in early 2014, there have been five waves of depreciation and each has followed a predictable pattern: three to five months of USD-CNY increasing (+3.5% on average), followed by modest gains (+1%) spanning an equivalent time span, before another round of depreciation ensues. The predictability is  suboptimal from a policy perspective, but it appears to be the PBoC's standard playbook. While there could be some consolidation or modest strength after the current depreciation phase ends (3.6% since April), the ensuing wave and medium-term path should see USD-CNY reach 7.10 over the next year.


Cumulative depreciation of 6% over the next year would be similar to what has been experienced since October. This would not be an atypical base case for a country in a structural slowdown, with perceptible credit and banking sector risks, an imbalance in the supply-demand of capital, a tenuous reserve adequacy position, and local residents harbouring a strong desire for FX diversification.
We continue to believe that consensus is underestimating the chances of CNY depreciation, both from the ability and willingness of policymakers to prevent further depreciation. Consensus is at 6.80 in one year, which was our prior out-of-consensus call immediately following the August devaluation (back in late August consensus was at 6.50).



A gradual and controlled depreciation with periods of stability and bouts of accelerated weakness is still the most likely scenario (80% probability). A move to 7.10 may continue to be absorbed by investors without disturbances to broader market sentiment occurring, and as such we see no need to revise our EM forecasts, which currently entail modest spot depreciation that broadly matches the forwards.


Importantly, the USD-CNH trading pattern since 2014, of only retracing a portion of its gains and never revisiting the lows after an up move, should remain in place. Coupled with little fundamental justification for a stronger CNH over a 12-month horizon and fairly neutral speculative positioning, it is unlikely that USD-CNH will trade below the 6.50-6.55 area.


8.0 - the new risk scenario, 20% probability


Back in January (CNY7.50 World) we identified USD-CNY trading up to 7.50 as the risk scenario for the currency. Given ongoing capital outflows, the ability of the market to absorb recent depreciation without negative consequences, the policy decision to weaken the renminbi when the USD has been stable, and our new forecast of 7.10, the risk scenario for CNY is now much higher.


The new risk scenario for CNY is 8.0 (20% increase in USD-CNY). We assign 20%  probability to this scenario. The caveat is that the pain threshold for the market appears to be much higher than before and the implications for the global financial markets will primarily depend on the speed of depreciation. We believe that it would take significantly more pressure on capital flows than what we have seen over the past few years, or an economic hard landing, for our risk scenario to unfold. Note that we have a 30% probability of a hard landing of the Chinese economy. We think that an economic hard landing might not necessarily trigger a sharp devaluation, as the authorities would most likely respond with strict capital controls amid concerns over capital flight.


Within the risk scenario, the path to 8.0 could be abrupt (not likely), slow (more likely), or fast (most likely).  

  • Scenario 1: one-off devaluation (<10% probability): A one-off move (i.e. step devaluation) where the PBoC then chooses to defend the new level. There would be enormous political backlash with the  appearance of any active pursuit of devaluation. This would also be too risky for Beijing's taste given that no one can say for sure how much depreciation is enough to equilibrate supply and demand. However,  we assign it a nonzero probability because the authorities might ultimately decide it is the best way to realign expectations and halt domestic capital outflows.
  • Scenario 2 (free float over the next year – >70% probability): The PBoC fast-tracks currency reforms through a big-bang approach to currency flexibility because either: a) capital outflows remain large and the depletion of FX reserves too great; or b) it deems the domestic and global financial markets able to absorb the shock.
  • Scenario 3 (slow and steady move – 20% probability): The current strategy of steady depreciation picks up pace and intervention is used to limit overly destabilising volatility. The risk to a steady creep higher in USD-CNY is a build-up in speculative pressures and resident outflows that creates a vicious cycle of depreciation.

Finally, here is SocGen with its best ways to trade the coming Yuan devaluation:

Long USD-CNH: In our view, over a one-year horizon, being long USD-CNH has attractive risk-return characteristics on a 6% spot move, 2.5% negative carry, and limited potential for CNH to strengthen on a sustained basis. However, the entry point is critical to achieving a favourable PnL outcome and it might be prudent to wait until CNH consolidates or strengthens modestly to enter long USD-CNH positions.


Vanilla calls or call spreads are too expensive: Both these structures are too expensive when considering the probability-weighted terminal value of CNH a year from now. For example, a one-year 25d USD-CNH call has a breakeven at 7.37 while a 25d/10d call spread needs to see a move to the 7.50 area for risk-return to be attractive.


Buy 1-year call spread (6.85/7.20 strikes) and sell 1y-year 6.55 put: Under the premise that USD-CNH only retraces a modest portion of the recent gains (similar to past experience) coupled with no strong arguments for sustained appreciation on fundamental grounds, selling downside optionality can cheapen the cost of the call spread quite significantly. For example, the indicative cost of a 6.85/7.20 call spread is 1.43%, compared with a cost of 0.42% in a structure that buys the same call spread and also sells a 6.55 put. The 70% cost reduction entails unlimited losses below 6.55 but the position can be delta-hedged.


But 1-year 6.85 USD-CNH call with a knock-out at 8.0: Owning a 1-year 6.85 call option is quite expensive (indicative cost of 3% of notional) and has a poor breakeven (7.05). Whereas owning a 1-year 6.85 call with a knock out at 8.0 (our risk scenario) entails a 60% cost reduction over the vanilla call. The risk is limited to the premium paid. Positive PnL at expiry accrues above 6.90, but if the barrier level (8.0) is hit at any point over the life of the trade the structure is knocked out and the premium is lost. The structure has risk-reward of 10-1.


Short RMB against an abridged CFETS basket: Whether the CNY stabilises against the USD, depreciates modestly in an orderly and controlled manner (our base case), or experiences stronger depreciation (our risk scenario), the trade-weighted basket will be at best stable and could continue to fall. To mitigate fluctuations in the USD-CNY exchange rate, investors can short the trade-weighted exchange rate. An abridged CFETS index that includes the USD (36% weight), EUR (325), JPY (13%) and AUD (19%) is able to track the larger thirteen currency CFETS index very closely (link). The abridged basket is highly liquid and has similar negative carry as being long USD-CNH (22bp/month).

And with that, good luck in catching up to Kyle Bass.

Why Gundlach Thinks It's Going To Get Worse, And Why He Is "Pretty Sure That Trump Will Win"

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 06:07 PM PDT

Yesterday, when referring to the latest interview Jeff Gundlach gave Barron's, we presented the bearish DoubleLine "bond king's" portfolio which he broke down as follows: "high-quality bonds, gold, and some cash." He promptly added the following rhetorical response to inbound inquiries: "People say, "What kind of portfolio is that?" I say it's one that is outperforming everybody else's. I mean, bonds are up more than 5%, gold is up substantially this year [28%], and gold miners have had over a 100% gain. This is a year when it hasn't been that tough to earn 10% with a portfolio. Most people think this is a dead-money portfolio. They've got it wrong. The dead-money portfolio is the S&P 500."

Today, the market is doing its best to prove Gundlach wrong, with the S&P breaking out to new all time highs while gold takes a modest leg lower.

But while the market remains entirely reliant on the actions of central banks, and as we noted earlier, the latest push higher appears to have come from Bernanke whispering in Abe and Kuroda's ear about the fringe benefits of helicopter money, Gundlach does not see the gains in the market trickling down into the broader economy. Just the opposite, because in another part of the same Barron's interview, when asked if things are going to get worse - both in the economy and society - Gundlach responds as follows:

What is really happening here is that there's massive technological change, and big changes almost always lead to political instability. People who benefit from the old construct are loath to see it change, because they don't want to lose their power and economic advantage. And so they dig their heels in even harder. That's what we're seeing in Britain right now. People who remember the good old days when they had factory jobs and made a good living—that's been taken away, and they want to do something about it... Robots are taking an awful lot of jobs. Driverless cars are coming; just think about how many jobs that is going to take away. Think of all the taxi drivers; think of all the Uber drivers who have found a source of income. How about the truck drivers? How about the livery people? A lot of people are out there driving around and getting paid for it. You get a driverless car, and all of a sudden they're unemployed. Not all of them, of course, and not all at once. This is all part of this process.

It's not just technology, though. Gundlach is just as worried about slumping demographics, not only :

One of the big problems in parts of Europe is a collapsing labor force. In Italy, the fertility rates are so low, and the baby-boom piece so big, that their labor force will plunge, absent immigration. Demographics are a problem that takes a generation to go away. And then you've got the robots, and they're never going away. And you've got all this debt—the world's debt-to-gross-domestic-product ratio is 240%—so you're already putting a big headwind onto economic growth. Pair that with the demographics, and you get slow global growth.

When asked if he expects more political risk in the market, Gundlach responds as follows: "This is a train that's moving down the tracks, and I don't see it stopping until substantial change occurs. Minor fixes—like raising the top tax bracket to 39% from 36%—are not going to create an enduring solution. We are going to see it in the U.S., in our presidential election."

Which finally brings Gundlach to the topic of Trump, and why he thinks The Donald will be America's next president.

One of the reasons I believe Trump might win is that Brexit won. The parallels are far too great to be coincidental. They are identical in time. They are identical in mood, in the attitude of "I'm not doing what you say anymore." People don't want to admit that they support Trump. They hide it. A lot of people in Britain didn't want to admit that they were voting to leave. My suspicion is that if Trump is even within the margin of error come November, he'll win by a few percentage points.


* * *


The establishment media is putting out a lot of scare pieces about how Trump is going to destroy the world economy; that [his presidency] could lead to protectionism, noncooperation, tariffs, and stuff like that. And, in Europe, you are having a new uptrend in noncooperation. But I'm pretty sure that if Trump wins—and I do think he is going to win—he is going to increase the deficit. He talks about building up the military, building walls. These things cost money. And if the deficit goes up, which it would under a President Trump, that will give a short-term bump to economic growth. So maybe it is not as scary as people think.

Perhaps Gundlach is right, and if indeed Japan is the Gunniea pig for Helicopter money, who better to have on top of the US economy than a president who will follow closely in Japan's footsteps, and boost fiscal spending, expand the deficit, and in the process greenlight the Fed to do even more QE, courtesy of hundreds of billions in more Treasurys that someone has to backstop will be bought in the coming years.

Uncensored American Goes Off On Black Lives Matter

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 05:49 PM PDT

Infowars Reporter Joe Biggs Found this video on Social Media. It's of a Man Going off on Black Lives Matter in what might be one of the best rants of the year. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts , futurists , visionaries , free investigative...

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GOD Is Trying To Warn You! Signs In The Heavens And On Earth!! END TIMES 2016-2017!!! Pt.9

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 05:00 PM PDT

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Prophecy Update End Time Headlines 7/11/16

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 04:01 PM PDT

A fast paced highlight and review of the major news stories and headlines that relate to Bible Prophecy and the End Times… The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts , futurists , visionaries , free investigative journalists , researchers ,...

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Turk finds silver's strength remarkable and expects breakout

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 03:52 PM PDT

6:55p ET Monday, July 11, 2016

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GoldMoney founder and GATA consultant James Turk tells King World News today that the recent strength in the silver price is remarkable, that the metal is among the most undervalued of assets, and that he expects it to break out upward soon. Turk's interview is excerpted at KWN here:


CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.


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Sheriff Arpaio: This is a War on Cops

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 03:34 PM PDT

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“Helicopter Ben” Strikes at Last

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 03:02 PM PDT

This post "Helicopter Ben" Strikes at Last appeared first on Daily Reckoning.

Get ready for the first drop of "helicopter money"…

Our agents inform us that former Fed head Ben Bernanke — "Helicopter Ben" Bernanke — was seen skulking around the Bank of Japan (BoJ) earlier today.

Details are vague. Rumors, innuendo swirl. But speculation is that he met with BoJ Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda and Prime Minister Shinz┼Ź Abe. Reuters was unable to confirm the meeting. But Bloomberg says "a person familiar with the matter" confirmed it did, in fact, occur.

The alleged purpose for the meeting? To crank up the choppers — it's time (again) for the Japanese government to spend, spend, spend. With (more) borrowed money.

Yes, it's time for even madder music… and even stronger wine. It comes none too soon…

The Japanese economy is a shambles. It's contracted in five of the past 10 quarters. The yen's already up 20% this year, killing exports and tilting the economy further toward a menacing deflation. Enter helicopter money. It combines open monetary spigots with a blank government check to keep the deflation bugaboo at bay.

Analyst Sean Derby penned a report called Japan: An Equity Investor’s Guide to Helicopter Money to explain it. From which:

Deflation in the extreme cases epitomizes falling prices, declining wages and a lack of demand. In order to overcome this "nightmare" scenario, an expansionist policy would need to combine both fiscal and monetary policy. The important distinction of helicopter money compared with QE or conventional deficit financing is that it is a combination of extreme monetary easing and fiscal relaxation.

What's a little more debt when your debt-to-GDP ratio is already 250%, the highest in the world?

Ben's appearance in Japan today makes perfect sense. Prime Minister Abe's ruling party just won an important election yesterday. So he has renewed political capital to launch another boondoggle. With that fresh wind in his sails, and a vandal's disregard for his nation's currency, Abe pledged to begin a fresh, 10 trillion yen round of "fiscal stimulus."

Bloomberg says Abe's fiscal stimulus plan includes more infrastructure spending, such as the additional construction of high-speed trains. Will it work? Jim Rickards wonders: "In Japan, the infrastructure is so good it's hard to imagine they can spend any more." But spend they will.

And if there's one thing this welfare-dependent market likes, it's the promise of fresh stimulus…

And like Pavlov's dogs, the Nikkei spiked 4% this morning on the news. That's its biggest gain in almost five months. "These expectations are spurring a surge in stocks and selling of the yen," explains Yuji Saito, a Tokyo-based foreign-exchange analyst.

Hiroaki Hiwada, a Tokyo-based strategist, confirms the reason for today's action: "With hopes that stimulus will come earlier than expected, investors are seeing it as an opportunity to buy."

And here's the smoking gun proving Bernanke's role in today's surge. The Washington Post quotes Hiwada: "The report on Bernanke's visit 'makes it natural for speculation to emerge on additional easing.'"

Just so.

But a thought occurs: Is Japan's looming venture into helicopter money a taste of what's to come? ZeroHedge steals our thunder:

Japan… has given the world a glimpse of not only how “helicopter money” will look, but also the market’s enthusiastic response, which needless to say, is music to the ears of central bankers everywhere.

So well done, Blackhawk Ben: While you never managed to unleash helicopter money in the U.S., you finally succeeded in bringing it to Japan, which will now be a trial balloon for the rest of the world: If it works, expect many more instances of “extreme monetary easing coupled with fiscal relaxation” around the globe.

And that's how the central banks get their inflation. At long last. But here's another question: Once the genie's out of the bottle, will they be able to cram it back in?

If you think gold's expensive now…


Brian Maher
Managing editor, The Daily Reckoning

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HILLARY BLAMES WHITE PEOPLE !! • Donald trump gop race #Neverhillary #HillaryClinton

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 03:02 PM PDT

HILLARY BLAMES WHITE PEOPLE !! • Donald trump gop race #Neverhillary #HillaryClinton Donald TRUMP vs hILLARY Clinton, hILLARY Clinton indictment, hILLARY Clinton fbi, Hillary INDICTMENT The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts , futurists ,...

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In The News Today

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 02:26 PM PDT

Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Gold loves negative interest rates. Japan’s Gold Sales Jump Thanks to Abenomics WorriesBy Aya Takada and Yumi Ikeda July 11, 2016 — 9:01 AM MDT Updated on July 11, 2016 — 7:25 PM MDT Tetsushi Kudo, a 50-year-old office worker, bought a one-ounce gold coin this month for the first time. With... Read more »

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BREAKING NEWS : Multiple Dead at Michigan Courthouse

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 01:40 PM PDT

Multiple people have been shot in a Michigan Courthouse. Stay tuned to Infowars.com as the story develops. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts , futurists , visionaries , free investigative journalists , researchers , Whistelblowers , truthers and...

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Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts - Stock Option Expiration This Friday

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 01:20 PM PDT

The Dallas Massacre and the War on Whites -- David Duke

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 01:02 PM PDT

The escalating danger to white people and the promotion of hatred and violence. The truth abut "Black Lives Matter" and the media incitement. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts , futurists , visionaries , free investigative journalists ,...

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China's Shocking Military Secret REVEALED

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 11:30 AM PDT

For more than 15 years, Chinese military hospitals across China have kept a closely guarded secret. Doctors at private hospitals know about it, and even participate. But no one dares reveal it to the public. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts ,...

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George Soros Behind Push For Race War

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 11:00 AM PDT

Alex Jones reveals who is behind BLM and all the hate groups around the world and why they stand to gain from conflict. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and forecasts , futurists , visionaries , free investigative journalists , researchers , Whistelblowers...

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Benjamin Fulford: Khazarian mafia power structure crumbling in very public fashion

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 10:14 AM PDT

Benjamin Fulford: July 11, 2016There is a Soviet Union style collapse undeniably taking place in the EU and a civil war brewing in the United States as Khazarian mafia control of the West's political apparatus continues to fall apart. This is a unique opportunity for humanity to seize freedom after...

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FALSE FLAG ALERT -- Was Dallas Shooter A Manchurian Candidate?

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 09:00 AM PDT

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Hillary’s Economic Plan: Eat Your Pets for Food

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 09:00 AM PDT

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If you've ever wondered what hell on earth looks like, have a peek at the socialist paradise of Venezuela…

Thousands are dying in hospitals due to a lack of doctors, equipment and medicine.

There are drastic shortages of basics like food, clean water, toilet paper and electricity.

Looting and rioting are rampant.

Starving people are eating pet dogs and cats to stay alive.

Socialism is literally killing Venezuelans en masse.

And now Hillary Clinton's top economic adviser wants that misery for you come 2017.

A Dangerous Man With a Plan

When lunatic Hugo Chavez assumed power in 1999, Venezuela was Latin America’s richest economy, with the largest oil reserves in the world.

But Chavez was a man with a plan. He believed his country was in need of "hope and change" in the form of a socialist revolution – give the people the power was his clarion call.

He called his program "21st-century socialism"… but it was simply a rebranded version of "tax the rich" and mass handouts of "free" stuff like healthcare, housing and education.

U.S. socialists like Senator Bernie Sanders, Sean Penn and Oliver Stone praised Chavez for his "courageous" and "compassionate" policies.

But sentient adults who had actually cracked open an Economics 101 textbook knew how it was all going to end.

Chavez wasn't handing out freebies. Somebody had to pay for them. In socialism, that somebody is always somebody else.

And as Margaret Thatcher said, "The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money."

When that happened to Chavez's handpicked successor, Nicolas Maduro, he did what government schemers do when they run out of cash – he made more of it.

The result? Venezuela's currency has lost 93% of it value and inflation is set to reach more than 700% this year.

So Maduro doubled down…

He tried to tame his inflationary monster with price controls. The result? Producers in Venezuela can't meet their costs. That's creating mass shortages. And now more than 80% live in poverty.

That's how socialist fantasies always end: economic collapse rooted in mind-bogglingly self-destructive policies.

And now Clinton wants to bring the "joy" of socialism to America.

The Female Chavez

Hillary's been preaching a lot like Hugo Chavez on the campaign trail as she promises free college, free universal health care and income redistribution to make things "fair."

That's not by accident…

One of her most influential economic advisers is Joseph Stiglitz, a Nobel Prize-winning economist who's a big fan of the Venezuelan model.

Stiglitz traveled to Caracas in 2007 to praise Venezuela’s economic programs and “positive policies in health and education.”

That's a tragic statement in light of the hellhole of starvation and death that's been caused by a government pretending to take care of everyone.

But what's more tragic is Stiglitz now wants to force this insanity down our throats.

You see, like Chavez, Stiglitz is a man with a plan. And his plan for Hillary's first term is Chavez-style free stuff for all Americans.

Buying votes and power could never be easier!

But he's not stopping there…

In a recent report, Stiglitz called for "rewriting the rules of the American economy" in order to battle income inequality.

And why wouldn't he. He knows what's best for 323 million people.

How he going to do this? The tried-and-true way – more wealth redistribution, higher taxes, more regulation and an even more activist Federal Reserve focused on unemployment, not inflation.

That means more of your hard-earned income out of your check, perpetual negative interest rates, and more man-made market crashes.

That's what's coming in a second Clinton presidency.

And when the inevitable societal collapse arrives with it, just be sure to keep your pets away from hungry neighbors.

Please send me your comments to coveluncensored@agorafinancial.com.


Michael Covel
for The Daily Reckoning

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Gold - Wonderland

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 08:34 AM PDT

“If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn’t be. And what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?” –Alice in Wonderland Silver out performs gold as both rise with Treasury bonds, which are in turn rising with stocks, as Junk bonds hit new recovery highs while USD remains firm as inflation expectations are out of the picture. This is highly atypical, maybe even unprecedented.

World Debt Bubble, Gold & Silver to Skyrocket, Stock Market -- Gregory Mannarino

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 08:30 AM PDT

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Gold And Silver – Be Afraid, At The Very Least Be Wary

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 08:27 AM PDT

BREXIT opened a Pandora's Box for the EU. Will the globalists shut it closed and then reseal it for generations to come? Something may be rotten in the state of Denmark, but the stench emitting from Brussels has been overpowering Europe. People in the Western world are being manipulated each and every day by the elite's mainstream press with everything that can be construed as potentially negative that stems from BREXIT as a scapegoat. The world is drowning in debt created by the central bankers and force-fed to states like a goose being fattened for foie gras. Always, always follow the money. Almost everything wrong in the world today can be traced to debt, debt that has been foisted upon states and people by bankers for the sole purpose of enriching only the shadow globalists. At the end of the day, the tab gets passed onto everyone else to pay. That is the sole purpose of the bail-outs and bail-ins. Nothing else, not even you, matters to the elites.

Something Very Strange is Going On Worldwide! (2016-2017)

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 07:40 AM PDT

Signs of the Times: Prophecy is Happening Worldwide the past week or so end times new world order There are so many things going on in this world. So many crimes, against all of us. Hillary is a criminal that needs to go to jail. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks...

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3 Big Predictions as Stocks Approach New Highs

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 07:07 AM PDT

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If you blink you might miss it…

As investors pressed their bearish bets post-Brexit, the world abruptly stopped falling apart.

Stocks halted their skid and turned higher this month. After all the handwringing, the S&P 500 is within spitting distance of its all-time highs. Even the Dow Jones Industrial Average is less than 170 points from smashing through to uncharted territory.

Unless the market encounters a catastrophic failure, we can expect to see the major averages post new highs this week.

That might come as a shock to you. And if this market action has you a bit confused, you're in good company. With all of the bearish media coverage and the endless supply of downright terrible news these days, no one's bothered to mention that the major averages are taking aim at new records after more than a year of choppy action.

With that in mind, here are 3 big market moments you can expect as stocks turn higher this week…

1. A red-hot safety trade will finally begin to cool…

You know investors have gone safety crazy when they start treating utilities like growth stocks.

That's exactly what's happened this year. As investors have gobbled up anything and everything with a decent yield, they've bid up utilities to prices not seen in decades…

"Utilities, a sector traditionally viewed as a safety play in times of market turmoil, have risen 21.2% in the first half of 2016—the sector's best first-half performance in over 25 years," MarketWatch reports.

It gets crazier…

As Bespoke Investment Group notes, the utilities sector has a higher trailing 12-month price-to-earnings ratio than the technology sector.


I doubt this trend will continue much longer if the major averages break out and continue to post new highs. In calmer waters, investors will want to pay growth-stock prices for actual growth stocks.

The utilities sector won't repeat it's historic first-half performance. Don't go chasing these stocks at these levels…

2. Beaten-down "speculative" stocks will catch a bid…

While utilities have been star performers in 2016, traditional "risk on" stocks have suffered.

Just look at small-caps…

You've seen firsthand what happens when investors shun risk and flee to big, "safe" stocks. Small-caps, biotechs and other speculative names get crushed…

It makes sense. These are the stocks you'd normally knock down a few pegs when the going gets tough. But these are also the first groups to put in a meaningful rally when the markets begin turning around.

We talked a lot about the market's broken stepchildren as the market launched off its lows earlier this year. The major averages had recovered after double-digit corrections. But those poor souls that had been mired in bear markets were quietly leading the way higher.

Now that the major averages are approaching new highs, we should see these stocks spring back to life.

Small-caps are sneaking back to the front of the pack after last week's rally. The Russell 2000 has jumped nearly 2.2% so far this month, compared to a 1.5% gain in the S&P 500.


Unlike the S&P 500, small-caps have a lot more ground to make up before they even come close to tasting new highs. Look for speculators to help this group of stocks play catch-up as the major averages break out…

3. Precious metals will continue to shine…

Even as stocks have found a floor and moved higher, the big story this year has been the incredible performance we've seen from precious metals.

Some folks might think that gold and silver are cooked now that the market looks like its getting back on track.

But we think they're wrong. For starters, gold futures haven't missed a beat since the market's surprise post-Brexit surge. In fact, gold's risen 3.2% so far this month. That easily doubles the performance of the S&P 500…


You'll hear the financial media talk about the relationship between certain sectors as if they're set in stone. They'll say the market can't up if oil doesn't go up. Or they'll tell you that gold can only rise during a crisis.

But in reality, market relationships are always evolving. And right now, conditions look ripe for gold and stocks to trend higher.

Yes, gold can go up hand in hand with the stock market. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise…


Greg Guenthner
for The Daily Reckoning

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Ronan Manly: ETF workings hint at Bank of England's price management

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 04:59 AM PDT

7:58a ET Monday, July 11, 2016

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Gold researcher Ronan Manly writes today that, at the prodding of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Bank of England has been officially identified as a "subcustodian" for the gold exchange-traded fund GLD, and this supports suspicion that leased or swapped central bank gold is being used to manage the gold price. Manly adds that the refusal of central banks to provide identification for their gold bars indicates that they are striving to conceal their gold price management. Manly's analysis is headlined "SPDR Gold Trust Gold Bars at the Bank of England Vaults" and it's posted at Bullion Star here:


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Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.


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Rare stamps a ‘better investment’ than shares, property and gold

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 04:35 AM PDT

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The Big Silver Long - What Gives?

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 03:00 AM PDT

Jeffrey Lewis

Top Mining CEO Forecasts Triple Digit Silver Within Two Years: “The Manipulation Is Coming To An End”

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 03:00 AM PDT


Repeat Of 70s Pattern Shows That Silver $675 Price Is Realistic

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 01:12 AM PDT

In  my previous silver article, I highlighted a very bullish pattern/fractal on the 100-year silver chart. It was a very big picture view of silver, which is really difficult to perceive within our current reality. However, at some point in time, it will catch up with our current reality. This will likely happen when the monetary system collapses. Silver, even more than gold, is the opposite of what is considered a monetary asset (debt, like a federal reserve note), today. This is mainly because silver has been completely demonetized, whereas gold is still a part of the current system (think central banks gold reserves). When the illusion of money (value) is exposed for what it is (worthless paper or digits), then people will demand real money (value) like silver and gold.

Silver Appears Overbought, But Long-Term Outlook Good

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 01:00 AM PDT

The long-term outlook for silver is very positive indeed, but over the short to medium term it looks set to react, says technical analyst Clive Maund.

Brexit Leads to Uncertainty, But It's Good for Gold

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 01:00 AM PDT

The Brexit vote adds uncertainty to an already turbulent global environment, says money manager Adrian Day, and has helped gold resume its rally.

Silver COT update

Posted: 11 Jul 2016 12:58 AM PDT

This one will be brief… Let’s stat with the overall NET POSITIONS chart:

Breaking News And Best Of The Web

Posted: 10 Jul 2016 06:44 PM PDT

Stocks recover on US payrolls beat and Abe’s reelection in Japan. Gold and interest rates stabilize with yield curves flattening to 2007 levels. Civil unrest in the US, as sniper kills five police in Dallas. UK Conservative party appears to have chosen a leader. Clinton gets a pass from FBI on emails, GOP is enraged. […]

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