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S W. - 8/13/2016 at 10:02 PM GMT
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 Sernova, Diabetes and Haemophilia
 - Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
Sam-site. Thanks for your advice to educate myself ! So I did, and as a result I humbly suggest that you should go directly to your local dentist and request that all your amalgams be removed. He will of course recommend never to use toothpaste again, and further advise that you should be extremely careful not to swallow any of that poisonous tap water whilst rinsing. You could then ask what he thinks of vaccines and that 'globalist poisoning agenda' which has somehow miraculously saved millions of humans suffering and/or dying from polio, whooping cough,measles, rubella, mumps and Hib Flu. PS we do not drink "industrial waste fluoride " 
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Answer To :sam_site - 8/12/2016 at 2:48 PM GMT
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I agree with all you say about toxic oils and cholesterol but you need to educate yourself about vaccines and fluoride. Did you know that vaccines contain toxic mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde embalming fluid and MSG neurotoxin?

Did you know that the EPA won't allow industrial waste fluoride to be dumped into our rivers but it's ok in our drinking water?

Watch this for a real wake up from neurosurgeon Dr Russell Blaylock MD. You'll finally realize there is a globalist poisoning agenda and it's also related to the suppression of cholesterol and the promotion of synthetic unhealthy oils you mention.

It's not just to promote industry profits, it's to suppress a unified awareness, opposition and potential threat to their globalist banking scams and corrupt rackets like the petrodollar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fB3xcN_eoPo

 
Gypsy - 8/23/2016 at 1:45 AM GMT
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 Can Trump Win the Presidency?  (4)
 - Nelson Hultberg - AFR.org
Your question "Can Trump Win the Presidency ?" leads to the obvious answer "Yes". You have but to look at a Hillary Rally and then look at a Trump Rally. No one shows up for a Hillary Rally. Everyone in America (standing room only with thousands out in the parking lots trying to get in) shows up for a Trump Rally. Are the polls honest ? Much like the question put to Indiana Jones: "Sooner or later, you gotta ask yourself: What do I Believe ?"" The burden is on each one of us. What do YOU believe ? 
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Roygbiv - 8/22/2016 at 9:21 PM GMT
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 Odds favor a 100 dollar move in gold coming soon
 - Bill Downey - Commodity Trader
Either way. 100 up or down. And he spent time writing this article ? I'd go fishing if I were him. The odds favor nothing ! I might be wrong. 
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sam_site - 8/9/2016 at 5:22 PM GMT
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 Federal Reserve Follies : what really started the Great Depression
 - Antal E. Fekete - Gold University
So Antal, you're saying that interest rates automatically prevent price inflation and deflation from occurring by the balancing mechanism of fluctuating supply in a gold standard. Does this mean that supply fails to stabilize prices when using fiat currencies? As you say, "The collapsing discount rate will see to it that a sufficient abundance and variety of goods is always available. Prices need not rise on account of a greater abundance of gold coins in circulation." 
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jox - 7/28/2016 at 10:57 AM GMT
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 The American Religion of Violence  (16)
 - Tom DiLorenzo - lewRockwell
Very interesting article. I don't know a lot about American civil war. But I certainly wonder why American religious people are so aggressive. This link between patriotism, the flag, religion, Jesus coming, a feeling of moral superiority and a crusade to spread the world. Now I understand it much better. I'd like to know which one of the candidates, Trump or Hillary, is more close to the puritanist ideas of spreading wars through the world. 
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Vangel V. - 8/15/2016 at 12:27 AM GMT
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 The Great Silver Bubble
 - Keith Weiner - Monetary Metals
My problem with Keith is the arrogance. He believes that he knows far moe than he does even as he accepts certain information as fact without question and dismisses arguments of a rigged market even though some of the players have admitted to rigging the market. In the short term, anything can happen so Keith's use of certain trends and indicators may be harmless. But in the long term, the dollar is going to move to much lower levels, the bond markets will collapse, and the metals will become much more expensive. Whether the catalyst appears tomorrow, next week, next month, or in three years is irrelevant. If silver and gold prices fall it is an opportunity to buy more. If they rise, it does not matter if prices get ahead of themselves because the primary bull market trend is still intact. Note that we have seen a huge bubble in shale oil production. NONE of the primary producers have been able to generate positive cash flows, even when prices were above $90 a barrel. What does Keith think happens when that bubble pops and one of the props for the USD is taken away? 
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dennyc - 7/27/2016 at 3:29 PM GMT
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 The Odious Versus the Tedious  (5)
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
I don't know. Trump may seem incompetent; but the blue ribbon for incompetence must go to and remain with George Bunnypants Bush and his response to Hurricane Katrina. At the least he should have been fired. At the most he should have been tied to a rail and run out of town. Oh, yeah, he was also quite competent at being an incompetent liar. 
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The Recusant - 8/23/2016 at 6:01 PM GMT
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 What Did J.P. Morgan Mean?
 - James Turk - Goldmoney
Money WAS gold in 1912. But almost exactly a year later after J.P. Morgan pushed through the Federal Reserve, gold-backed dollars would begin their long transition into a fiat currency. It's unlikely Morgan would have wanted to remind anyone again of that particular definition of money. 
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peri1224 - 8/18/2016 at 9:11 AM GMT
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 The Coming Global Silver Production Collapse & Skyrocketing Price
 - Phoenix Capital - Gains Pains & Capital
You would have to give at least one reason, preferably the main reason, for the predicted, massive reduction in energy production. Citing some other guys will not do. 
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sam_site - 7/28/2016 at 9:44 AM GMT
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 The Jeffersonian Secessionist Tradition  (12)
 - Tom DiLorenzo - lewRockwell
Your article supports the notion that the south had every justification to leave the union because of the unfair tariff war triggered by the North that choked off southern exports of cotton to England. Few realize how wrong Lincoln was to force the South to remain in the union and introduce fiat greenbacks. Where was the supreme court during all these unconstitutional edicts? Lincoln was an unconstitutional tyrant that should have been impeached and jailed and the tariffs that started all this conflict should have been cancelled. Few realize the power of the globalists even at that time to foment conflict and control us behind the scenes using their hidden agent Lincoln - who was far from a hero and more of a traitorous disaster.  
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Jake - 8/15/2016 at 6:57 PM GMT
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 Burning Down the House  (7)
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
Careful Sam. The cabal is way more likely to send a Wild Weasel after you than actually remedy any of our real problems. It is a conspiracy to enrich themselves while instituting a neo-feudalism. I fear next on their agenda after taking possession of all assets will be to thin out the herd. The filthy bastards are all big time Malthusians. I think they would all make very attractive decorations for lamp posts. 
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Answer To :sam_site - 8/15/2016 at 6:30 PM GMT
You mention the, "current rackets being used to prop up belief in the foundering business model of western civilization".

Surely you're not suggesting that a globalist "organized crime" cabal has taken over the West and is propped up by mafia-like "rackets" like fractional reserve banking,

warmongering and the Petrodollar protection racket of despotic dictators in exchange for a cut of global oil sales. Surely our government hasn't been compromised that much.
 
walmarde - 8/22/2016 at 5:08 PM GMT
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 Brexit: Worst Case Scenario for EU; Armageddon Promise Now Visible as Pack of Lies
 - Mish - Global Economic Analysis
During Napolean war there was a major blockad of british ship access to europe. British got is wood from Canada and other colonies. What your are saying about UK dependency to Europe can be said for almost all European country. In your comment, just replace UK by France. You can even say, if China was blockade Europe, no one would be able to wear new clothes for a decent price since there is no more manufacture doing clothes in EU. America produce everything UK needs, so UK would just have to do business with Canada, USA, and Mexico. And I'm not talking about country like India or Australia which have good ties with UK. By presuring Europe with low taxes, Mish is not saying UK will be isolate, he just says it will force EU to negotiate fairly with UK. So UK will be politicaly independent but economically it won't be totally independent from EU. The low taxes will force concession from EU. 
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Answer To :kevthorne - 8/22/2016 at 2:12 PM GMT
Sadly, the author is flat wrong.
The UK can never be independent from Europe - the country can't feed itself, and hasn't been able to for at least 75 years. Given that the population is much larger now, means that a fall out with Europe would cause rationing and food shortages along with famine prices being imposed. This was the case when the country was blockaded in the 2nd War - the results would be even worse today. Rather than discussing nebulous concepts such as free trade and corporation tax, we need to know how we'll put the food on the baby's table when the worst happens
 
S W. - 8/22/2016 at 8:22 AM GMT
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 Ford Targets 2021 for Mass-Market Self-Driving Car: 2021 a Near Certainty
 - Mish - Global Economic Analysis
I am definitely not driving a driverless car. 
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rmgraham52 - 8/22/2016 at 8:54 PM GMT
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 What Should We Do About Crimea?
 - Ron Paul - 
Thank you Ron Paul, Finally some people in the west get it! America is the worlds biggest terrorist. If another nation fails to comply with its demands , it punishes it through the media it controls, through sanctions , through installing puppet governments and overthrowing democratically elected ones or through throwing money at it . They just paid the Philippines $33 Million for what? Cause their friends? The US killed over 1 million of them in the 1899–1902 war just to show whose boss! Like all great empires ,nothing much has changed.They rise to power, crush anyone in their way and destroy nations any country who represents a threat to their so called exceptionalism or who won't do what they tell em. to Little do they understand ,their time is always limited and the US shows all the desperation of an empire in its death throes. There is no way out and complete collapse of the West and its systems of power and governance are a foregone conclusion. Let it roll on ,its too far gone. 
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The Recusant - 8/23/2016 at 7:41 PM GMT
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 Dark Dynamics  (4)
 - James Howard Kunstler - 
Cassandra trumpets the alarm, but the gods have deafened the people. 
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york777 - 8/15/2016 at 12:34 PM GMT
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 The World’s Purest Silver Producer Just Made A Stunning Forecast: Gold Could Go To $8000 Per Ounce, Silver To $200
 - Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
We heard about it for last 20 years. 
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silverking1893 - 8/20/2016 at 3:15 PM GMT
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 Gold Miners’ Q2’16 Fundamentals
 - Adam Hamilton - Zealllc
i have no argument of any of your analysis, however nothing goes straight up like metals stocks, and they crash down with huge percentage losses of over 3-5% on given days. for now i believe the start of a mini correction lasting less than 45 days is happening in the metals and metals stocks. i am sitting on cash, nervously i might add, as i took profits and await the next buying opportunity. Yes, these metals are manipulated for short durations of time, but given that understanding, if you dont like it dont play the game - EXPECT IT. BUT, moneyflow is eventually the bottom line, how much money is invested in a given financial instrument over a period of time. the money flows in, some flows out, and more flows in in an uptrending market as we have in the metals now. The miners reap big rewards, but the risk is far greater than playing the physical forms, the futures and the etfs such as 2x-3x. i am simply not smart enough to evaluate the miners and forecast any problems which they could have. mine location is the key however, and different government policies can adversely affect your investment in miners. cash strapped countries will raise taxes on what is making money in their countries, or even partially or fully nationalize the mine. regulation after regulation have to be followed and no one can anticipate what further regulations will take place. best of luck to all, i hope all invested in these stocks reap huge rewards. too risky for me though so i am choosing what i believe to be a more conservative but higher risk approach. near term gold could go to sub 1300 briefly and silver sub 17. those are the areas in which i am interested in rebuying positions. on the sell side , i only ask how high is up and i cant see that far. 
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sam_site - 8/18/2016 at 8:45 PM GMT
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 HYPERINFLATION IS NIGH SO GOLD WILL GO HIGH
 - Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
The two criminal rackets propping up the US Government you won't hear about in the MSM, are the CIA Afghan heroin racket and the Petrodollar skimming racket on global oil sales. As these revenues decline, America will run greater deficits requiring more dollar printing and greater inflation. The criminal globalists controlling the West are desperate to get Russia and Iran paying into the Petrodollar racket as they did with Iraq and Libya, propping up American and Western revenues, or at least cut off their non-Petrodollar pipelines in Ukraine and the one planned through Iran and Syria. Despite what the deflationists say, inflation will always show up in food prices because buying food is unavoidable and directly reflects the quantity of the money supply or inflation. That's why gold is the better hedge and no the dollar will not be "King" for very long as hyperinflation takes hold - no matter what die-hard deflationists like Harry Dent and Martin Armstrong say.  
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rjs2248 - 7/27/2016 at 6:23 PM GMT
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 Japan's Lemming Syndrome
 - Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
Let's all follow the leader (The FED). Once the first domino starts tipping the rest of the global Ponzi scheme will crash. The best outcome is to avoid letting the disease called the Federal Reserve continue to morph into things called the IMF or BIS or World Bank or ..., it is too late. When you consider that this disease (The FED) has infected Billions of INNOCENT People around the world for the benefit of a very small group of people it truly can make a person doubt humanity exists. 
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mscir - 7/26/2016 at 11:45 PM GMT
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 Tech Talk: The Cup and Handle Formation
 - Peter McKenzie-Brown - Language Instinct
I look forward to your TA articles. I hope you will consider covering OBV, Accum-Dist, and ADX, along with Bollinger Bands they seem to be useful for gauging trend strength. 
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msoracle - 7/26/2016 at 6:09 PM GMT
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 Remembering Gold's Bullish Set-Up on Dec. 1, 2015
 - Michael Ballanger - 
Today is the 26th so the charts are outdated. Do you really believe the COT numbers? Everything is falsified every where else except for maybe Shadowstats . . . . 
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Louis Solomons - 7/26/2016 at 12:56 PM GMT
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 What a City With Driverless Cars Will Look Like (In 10 Years or Less)
 - Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Driverless cars are a stupid idea. Components will fail. Computer systems could be hacked and the vehicle caused to do whatever. Whether the systems are foolproof or not, drivers would become complacent and incompetent. There is if course, no such thing as a foolproof system of any kind for any purpose. Cars operate at close quarters, unlike an aircraft which always has large separation from conflicting traffic or terrain. There is no way I'd be prepared to travel in anything not subject to properly trained and qualified human oversight. The underlying presumptions are preposterous. I have rarely heard a more insane proposition. Regards, Louis Solomoms  
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sam_site - 7/27/2016 at 11:14 AM GMT
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 How a New Vision Rose From the Chaos of the Democratic Convention of 1924
 - Jesse - Le Cafe Américain
Video is the usual globalist propaganda pushing diversity, immigration and the balkanization of white, mostly southern and Protestant America in order to destroy the constitution, bill of rights and eventually dominate America in a globalist NWO takeover. Few realize that the KKK was created by globalists to cause conflict with white southerners. It was all part of a divide and conquer strategy that's also occurring with the Muslim migration flood that's currently plaguing the West. Don't be taken in by this globalist balkanizing propaganda designed to weaken and eventually enslave and dominate us.  
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sam_site - 7/28/2016 at 10:23 AM GMT
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 Hyperinflation Defined, Explained, and Proven: Part I - Jeff Nielson
 - Sprott Money - 
From you money supply graph it's easy to see how the globalist-created Vietnam War, Civil Rights Movement and War on Poverty accelerated Big Government, but was paid with fraudulent counterfeited dollars that nearly depleted our gold supply by 1971. Also there is a misconception about inflation, that many confuse with growth and rising GDP. As Japan and The Fed keep describing a rising inflation as beneficial if it reaches near 2% and keeps trying to get consumers to spend and boost GDP so we can grow our way out of a deflationary spiral. The globalist bankers want us to confuse inflation with GDP growth and consumer spending to make us believe inflation is good for us. And last, few seem to realize that a growing population is spurred by a growing money supply and there would be little population growth in a fixed money supply. Our globalist controllers want us to believe that population growth is a random and irrational impulsive of man, when in fact it is stimulated by counterfeited central banker currency.  
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Stephenabailey@yahoo.com - 8/9/2016 at 11:19 PM GMT
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 Helicopter Money
 - Steve Saville - Speculative Investor
Unfortunately, the author is wrong in multiple ways. QE is not the monetization of debt. Our monetary system is debt-backed. The debt was monetized when the credit was extended. QE is the re-monetization of debt. It does not inflate credit or debt. Therefore,not is non-inflationary (technical definition). Helicopter Money, as proposed by Bernanke to Kuroda and Abe, is a fundamental change to the monetary system. It involves the creation of non-marketable perpetual "bonds" with low, zero or negative yields. They are non-marketable because no sane person would buy them. Only a central bank that can take your savings by force can commit such an idiocy (again, with your savings). Why is it a fundamental change to the monetary system? It eliminates the only thing backing the money -- debt. A bond that will never be repaid and yields nothing is not a bond, a debt nor an asset. Should this scheme work in generating the holy grail of 2% annual price increases, it will be replicated around the world, Euro-land next. Once politicians see that they can get free money, it won't be a one-time event. It is the first step of the final stage of monetary and economic collapse. Helicopter money is not the same as QE and QE is not monetization of debt. The debt was already monetized and backs the currency in your wallet and bank accounts. Helicopter money will be successful in devaluing the currency because it is removing whatever value there is backing the currency. It means certain economic death. 
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S W. - 8/2/2016 at 8:25 PM GMT
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 Americans Are Going to be Disappointed in Election Outcome
 - Ron Paul - 
A good thing about democracy is you get to choose the least biggest moron. That is a huge problem when deciding between Hillary and Donald. Really, is that the best that the USA can throw up?? Surely not. 
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SNAFU - 8/3/2016 at 5:44 AM GMT
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 There will never be a “commercial signal failure” in the gold market
 - Steve Saville - Speculative Investor
You are right, Steve, gold mining production has nothing to do with the matter. But gold is not a commodity, it is a monetary metal. Thus the exceptionnal event will not be on production, but on availability in case of a monetary (fiat paper). As Antal Fekete said, the outcome will be : zero supply, infinite demand. You can imagine the effect on the price of gold. A black swan event. Totally exceptionnal, a one time event. But absolutely possibke and IMHO worth being prepared to 
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sam_site - 8/12/2016 at 5:52 PM GMT
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 Hyperinflation Defined, Explained, and Proven: Part II - Jeff Nielson
 - Sprott Money - 
You say the 2008 crisis was deliberately triggered? What about the fraudulent AIG Derivatives that were supposed to insure against non-performing Mortgage liar loans. Wasn't there a massive default of these fake AIG insurance policies when the liars failed to pay their mortgages? While these massive losses were surely predictable, you believe the panic was deliberately triggered instead of a situation that finally became uncontrollable. I'll admit a global crisis is a good excuse to hold up the taxpayers for $700B in TARP funds that later was exposed by the 2010 Ron Paul Audit, ballooning to $16T. Funny that we could never get a list of banks where this unauthorized printed money went due to supposed "anti-Wall St crusader" Bernie Sanders inserted Senate clause derailing that exposure. 2010 Ron Paul: Bernie Sanders gutted the bill to Audit the Fed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHtZID49Ebc  
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Pierre T. - 8/5/2016 at 10:35 PM GMT
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 Cold, Hard Cash Will Soon Be a Distant Memory
 - Chris Vermeulen - GoldandOilGuy
I'm completely again that kind of currency, too easy to be stolen. Bitcoin value falls off cliff after $77M stolen in Hong Kong exchange hack. 
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kevthorne - 8/8/2016 at 9:48 AM GMT
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 Hyperinflation Silliness (Times Two)
 - Mish - Global Economic Analysis
A quote from the article: "That is a pretty steep rate of growth of money (the slope matches the previous chart), but it’s hardly hyperinflation material." Translates as: 'The house is going to burn down'. 'No, it isn't, it's only a small fire, do not worry - it'll just go out by itself' 
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