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Thursday
Oct082015

The Real Reason for the Refugee Crisis You Won’t Hear About in the Media

The Real Reason for the Refugee Crisis You Won’t Hear About in the Media

By Nick Giambruno

There’s a meme going around that the refugee crisis in Europe (the largest since World War II) is part of a secret plot to subvert the West.

I completely understand why the locals in any country wouldn’t be happy about waves of foreigners pouring in. Especially if they’re poor, unskilled, and not likely to assimilate.

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Wednesday
Oct072015

How the Chinese Will Establish a New Financial Order

How the Chinese Will Establish a New Financial Order

By Porter Stansberry

For many years now, it’s been clear that China would soon be pull­ing the strings in the U.S. financial system.

In 2015, the American people owe the Chinese government nearly $1.5 trillion.

I know big numbers don’t mean much to most people, but keep in mind…

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Tuesday
Oct062015

Wildlife thriving around Chernobyl nuclear plant despite radiation 

High numbers of elk, deer, boar and wolves show long-term effect of world’s worst nuclear accident is less damaging than everyday human activity, say scientists

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Monday
Oct052015

The Window Has Closed On The Fed

Submitted by Lance Roberts via STA Wealth Management,

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Monday
Oct052015

We Have Some Bad News

e Have Some Bad News

By Justin Spittler

The stock market just finished a brutal third quarter…

The S&P 500 fell 8%...and so did the Dow and the NASDAQ. It was the worst quarter for U.S. stocks since 2011.

Stocks around the world dropped too. The MSCI All-Country World Index, which tracks 85% of global stocks, also had its worst quarter since 2011. The STOXX Europe 600 Index, which tracks 600 of Europe’s largest companies, fell 10%. It was the worst quarter for European stocks since 2011 as well.

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Wednesday
Sep302015

The Junior Mining Stock that’s Up Over 400 Percent this Year

Australia's Pilbara Minerals is up 468 percent since January, and has gained 681 percent over the past year.

It’s still tough out there for mining companies, and for junior miners in particular. Prices for a range of metals are down year-to-date, and there’s no telling when things will start to turn around.

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Monday
Sep282015

Cigar Lake mine officially starts production

One of the planet's richest uranium mines has officially declared production, putting an end to 34 years of delay for the project, majority-owned by Cameco Corporation (TSX, NYSE: CCO).

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Monday
Sep282015

Tough times, no easy answers for Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant

The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station was already facing rising costs, declining revenues, and an energy market increasingly inhospitable to nuclear power. And then the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission delivered some really bad news.

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Friday
Sep252015

The Fed’s Alice In Wonderland Economy - What Happens Next?

The Fed’s Alice In Wonderland Economy - What Happens Next?

By Nick Giambruno

After the president of the United States, the most powerful person on the planet is the chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Ask almost anyone on the street for the name of the U.S. president, and you’ll get a quick answer.

But if you ask the same person what the Federal Reserve is, you’ll likely get a blank stare.

They don’t know - partly due to the institution’s deliberately obscure name - that the Fed is really the third iteration of the country’s central bank.

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Thursday
Sep242015

The Bull Market is Over

The Bull Market is Over

By Justin Spittler

Stocks had a horrible day Tuesday…

The S&P 500 lost 1.23%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 1.09%.

Indices around the world also fell…

The Euro Stoxx 600, which tracks 600 of Europe’s biggest companies, lost 3.12%. Germany’s DAX lost 3.80%. Japan’s Nikkei 225 lost 1.96%.

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