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Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
“Take a Pill” Thinking and Consequences
This article was written for Miles Franklin by Gary Christenson who advocates treating causes, not symptoms. Headache? Muscle ache? Back ache?  Take a pill! An over-the-counter pill will diminish the symptoms and pain. The consequences will come later. High cholesterol? Take a pill. There are other ways to reduce cholesterol but none that produce $ billions for Big Pharma. Consequences to your body and finances will manifest in other ways. High Blood Pressure? Take a pill. There are other means
Saturday, March 3, 2018
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Health Ranger: The ONE THING That Could Finally Collapse Big Pharma FOR GOOD
According to Mike Adams, The Health Ranger, there’s one thing that could collapse big pharma and end their reign of terror on the American people, and it may have already begun. “The day is going to come when the pharmaceutical model will collapse. And that day will probably coincide with the day that the debt based model of global debt and governments with central banks printing fiat currency to fund all of their debt obligations…that day, that’s all going to come to an end as well,” said Mike
Saturday, January 6, 2018
JS Kim - Smart Knowledge U
The Brand New Tao of SKWealthAcademy Podcast is Up and Running with New Episodes Now!
by Ladies and Gentlemen, All episodes of the brand new “The Tao of SKWealthAcademy Podcast” are now available NOT at this website but at this link at the blubrry podcast site. Please bookmark this link for easy reference. To receive notifications of all NEW episodes as soon as they are uploaded, please subscribe to our podcast at that link. To download our podcast episodes to listen to them later, please follow our iTunes podcast link here. Below are the episodes now available on the links above
Friday, December 15, 2017
Graham Summer - Gains Pains & Capital
How Government Created the Myth of Adolescence and the Terrible Consequences
Via The Daily Bell Why are teens so angsty and rebellious? Because they are biologically adults, being treated like children. Jane Addams likely had good intentions when in the early 20th century she helped create the juvenile justice system and laws against child labor. But fast forward to present day and her influence on how society treats young adults has disastrous effects on young individuals and society at large. Tom Woods hosted Dr. Robert Epstein on his podcast to discuss this problem. E
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Chinese Scientists Warn: Cave-In Detected At North Korean Nuclear Test Site, Mountain Could Implode And Spew Radiation Over Entire Region
We already know that North Korea has the capability of not only firing Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles that could strike major U.S. cities, but that they have the nuclear technology to make any such attack absolutely devastating. Weapons of Mass Destruction, electro-magnetic pulse weapons and World War III aside, however, the South China Morning Post reports that another danger lurks just below the mountain where North Korea has been testing their nuclear devices. A total of at least six nu
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
The Energy Report
The Coming Battery Bonanza
James Dines, author of The Dines Letter, discusses the importance of graphite in the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries and highlights one graphite company he expects to have an edge. Lithium Batteries for Autos and Home Storage Someday, as sneaky years whisper past, batteries will be seen to have been a crucial wave of the investing future. Uses for lithium ion batteries (LIB) are expanding and will be the main technology for mobility and stationary
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Why you shouldn’t wear a nose ring
Did I pique your interest with such a goofy title? We’ll get to that shortly but first let’s take a look at the question raised last week, “what are the chances of gold being down 15 days in a row”. I received the answer from statistician Jim Willie. The answer, “in a vacuum” is once in every 32,800 trading days. This is something like once every 130 years but again, in a “vacuum”. This meaning strictly by chance such as a coin flip. But we do not live in a vacuum, no, we are now living during T
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Putin Warns: The Situation In North Korea Has “Seriously Deteriorated”
While it’s easy to dismiss the rhetoric of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the ravings of a madman, world leaders appear to hold a different view. With President Trump having deployed a Naval strike fleet to South Korea, China mobilizing over a hundred thousand troops to the border and Russia following suit with a mobilization on their southern border with North Korea, it appears a conflict is imminent. Whether that comes in the form of a de-escalation should North Korea eliminate their weapo
Friday, April 28, 2017
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
Tension Builds: Vladimir Putin Mobilizes Troops and Equipment To North Korean Border: “Fears U.S. Is Preparing To Attack”
We can all pretend like there is nothing going on around the Korean Peninsula and hope that cooler heads will prevail, but if history is any guide, when the militaries of multiple nations begin to mass troops at borders, it takes only a single, often seemingly inconsequential, catalyst to plunge the situation into all-out war. That’s exactly what’s happening in North Korea today. Two weeks ago China deployed some 150,000 troops to the North Korean border and put their entire military on high ale
Friday, April 21, 2017
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
How To Avoid These “Rookie Prepper Mistakes” That Could Get You Killed
So you’ve been convinced that there are many major threats that humanity faces… and you’ve decided to get prepared. You’ve decided to survive. That’s great. But there are many pitfalls and potential mistakes that newbies and long-term preppers alike should be wary of. But getting ready for unrealistic doomsday scenarios means that many preppers are focusing on the wrong problems, and will end up ill prepared. Too many gadgets, not enough time learning to use them. Too much expensive gear, and no
Friday, March 31, 2017
James Howard Kunstler
Racket of Rackets
If you thought banking in our time was a miserable racket — which it is, of course, and by “racket” I mean a criminal enterprise — then so-called health care has it beat by a country mile, with an added layer of sadism and cruelty built into its operations. Lots of people willingly sign onto mortgages and car loans they wouldn’t qualify for in an ethically sound society, but the interest rates and payments are generally spelled out on paper. They know what they’re signing on for, even if the con
Friday, March 31, 2017
Gordon Long - Market Analytics
Why The Status Quo Is Under Increasing Attack By 'Populist People Po
Protecting The Status Quo Is Failing We need to fully appreciate yet another example of what the mainstream media doesn't yet get! The "People" increasingly don't see the system working for them anymore and have as consequence become much more willing to try something very different, possibly even extreme, depending on how serious their personal blight has become! Unorthodox politicians like Donald Trump in the US, with disruptive, non-internationalist politics are increasingly emergin
Monday, March 20, 2017
Graham Summer - Gains Pains & Capital
Trump's Currency War Hit List - Is Canada a Target
A lot has been said about the potential for a US-Canada trade war. And judging from a lot of what’s happened, especially with respect to a strengthen USD, it looks like currencies may be what could light the spark to the barrel of gunpowder. THE BACKDROP The fact of the matter is that a strong dollar isn’t necessarily good for all sectors of the U.S economy. A strengthening dollar can have a “deleterious feedback loop” for export-oriented companies, since it means their products are now more exp
Friday, February 17, 2017
Chris Martenson
  Mad As Hell 
Fair warning, my family just received a 61.5% increase in our healthcare insurance premium of 2017, on top of last year’s 24.8% increase, so I am quite annoyed at the moment.  For my non-US readers, perhaps what follows will interest you as a means of understanding how and why Donald Trump came to be elected President.  I am going to be channeling some of my inner crank today. If you want to understand why Trump won the recent US presidential election, you can't overlook the economic data.  If
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
Trump, Russia and China
Even before he takes office, President-elect Trump is turning the world upside down.It has become clear his attitude towards Russia and China is very different from that of his predecessors. Amazingly, he is already wresting power from the deep state, causing it great resentment, which under Obama, Clinton and the Bushes, ran geopolitical policy. From January, barring accidents the world will not be the same, the establishment up-ended.This short article builds on information available to date a
Friday, December 16, 2016
George F. Smith - Barbarous Relic
Rothbard on the glorious effects of falling prices
Deflation has a bad name among today’s economists, and this should be your first clue that it might be something good.These educated Keynesians, as we’ve seen, can’t see a bubble until it explodes in their faces, at which time their zombie economy starts to wobble and nightmare possibilities abound, the worst being “it” might happen, as it did in the 1930s.They immediately turn to god (the FED chair) and pray that he or she will do what is right.As we know, Ben Bernanke built his reputation maki
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Graham Mehl
The Latest Trial Balloon – The ECB May Be ‘Forced’ to Buy Stocks
Graham’s Musings: Thanks to Peter for sending this to us. It is indeed another trial balloon, but there is only one real problem – the ECB has been buying stocks for quite some time now. In my position, I happen to know that for a fact. The size of the purchases rival that of the Fed’s rapidly increasing balance sheet. Central bank purchases, as Andy and I have pointed out, buying financial instruments results in the central banks owning these things. This is part of their plan to own everything
Friday, September 2, 2016
Hecla Withdraws Bid for Dolly Varden

Monday, July 25, 2016
Richard Mills - Ahead of the Herd
Quantifornication Revisited
Californication is a brilliant 1999 song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Many of the lyrics reference the often insane, unrealistic, impossible dream images Hollywood sells to the world. "Space may be the final frontier but it's made in a Hollywood basement." Quantifornication is the term I coined for what the Federal Reserve is selling to the world - the unrealistic, insane fiat dream that the monetary policy employed by the Fed can fix the predicament we are in. In the movie the Matri
Monday, July 4, 2016
Adrian Ash - Bullion Vault
Silver Deficit Shock Will Stun the World. Massively
Powerful silver deficit secret no secret! But will impact headlines absolutely... BIG NEWS for silver investing, writes Adrian Ash at BullionVault. Stunning, apparently. Mining output won't be large enough to meet demand this year, reports Bloomberg. Cue the bug-o-sphere to light hot-money hedge
Wednesday, April 27, 2016