Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The 'Great Depression' and It's Consequences

Below is a lengthy but worthwhile article on the troubled economic times we live in and the myriad negative effects we can expect it to have on society.

One troubling thing is that men are affected more than women. This is a bad sign for me because revolutions are always started by men - especially young men. Unemployment (and its accompanying anger and disillusionment) is perfect fodder for uprisings. Not that I'm saying America couldn't use a little 'change we can believe in', it's just that such change is unlikely to be frictionless.

From an investment perspective, such conditions would favor precious metals (among other things), while anything CNBC pushes should be regarded with extreme suspicion!

How a New Jobless Era Will Transform America

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Interview on Banks, Gold, Inflation and More

Christopher K. Potter (of Northern Border Capital Management Inc.) gives his thoughts on the gold world and where he thinks the price might go.

21st Century Alchemy

Friday, February 5, 2010

Jim Rogers Calls It

It's freaky how he can be so dead on. I have no idea why anyone listens to CNBC anymore - all they tell you is 'BOO-YEA'!

Global Equities are Vulnerable to Correction
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