Mac Slavo | It’s easy to think of the political and financial elites who run our world as lofty and all powerful.
Bloomberg | “It’s a niche platform,’’ said Brian Wieser, an analyst at Pivotal Research. “It always was and always will be.’’
Breitbart | White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon is reportedly upending traditional right/left divides on tax policy and pushing for a populist tax reform.
Zero Hedge | Amazon wiped out billions of dollars worth of grocery store market cap last month when they announced plans to purchase Whole Foods.
Zero Hedge | “The dollar’s biggest problem is it can’t expect help from the Fed for a long time,”
Michael Sndyer | We are living in the greatest debt bubble in the history of the world.
Lifezette | Unsure how to pay for meaningful, lasting reform, GOP policymakers weigh levy on advertising.
James Rickards | Many everyday citizens assume powerful global financial elites operate behind closed doors in secret conclaves.
Pasadena Star News | More than 37 percent of California households have so little cash saved that they couldn’t live at the poverty level for even three months.
Mac Slavo | When it comes to state of our economy and the corruption of our government, most of us are on the outside looking in.
CNBC | The S&P 500 hit a record high shortly after the open, with financials and energy rising more than 1 percent to lead advancers.
Breitbart | A Labour government would leave the Single Market, Jeremy Corbyn has claimed, admitting that European Union (EU) freedom of movement rules have damaged workers’ conditions.
Shaun Bradley | Visa recently announced its new Cashless Challenge program, which offers $10,000 to restaurants willing to transition into accepting only digital payments.
Michael Snyder | One mystery trader has made an extremely large bet that the stock market is going to crash by October, and if he is right he could potentially make up to 262 million dollars on the deal.
Mac Slavo | Venezuela is a powder keg, and it could blow at any time.
London Guardian | From California to London, the tech giants are employing top architects to build spectacular symbols of their immense global power. But they have their critics…
Grabien News | ‘People hate it when their cable bills, airline fees go up’.
Sputnik | The increasing debate in Italy about the merits of “Italexit” is a reflection of the unresolvable difficulties that face the eurozone, financial expert Marc Friedrich told Sputnik Deutschland.
Mac Slavo | With the world seemingly in economic and geo-political shambles, those concerned with the real possibility of collapse continue to position themselves in precious metals.
SF Chronicle | “We should explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things.”
CNBC | Foreign purchases of U.S. residential real estate surged to the highest level ever in terms of number of homes sold and dollar volume.
Josie Wales | Ontario announced earlier this month that it will become the fourth Canadian government to fund a behavioral modification application.
Reuters | The dollar fell to a 10-month low on Tuesday.
Zero Hedge | The Dollar Index sank to its lowest level since September.
Zero Hedge | The aggregate volatility measure is near its lowest level in twenty years.
Don Quijones | But the IMF has suggestions on how to win the War on Cash…
Michael Snyder | Disneyland is known as a place “where dreams come true” and where every story always has a happy ending.
CNS News | In August 2012, the Treasury spent $392,408,410,000 in constant 2017 dollars.
Daily Caller | The Trump administration gave $6.3 million to a group linked to liberal mega-donor George Soros as part of an effort to to develop “independent, professional media” in Moldova.
Zero Hedge | Mark Zuckerberg, the 30-something billionaire founder of Facebook, hasn’t lived a ‘normal’ life…at least not at any point in the recent past.
Bloomberg | Britain could easily withstand paying a hefty financial settlement to leave the European Union, the country’s fiscal watchdog said Thursday.
Mac Slavo | It should be well known by now that the Millennial generation was screwed over by factors outside of their control.
Campus Reform | “Too many institutions spend lavishly on…highly-compensated and narrowly-focused administrative specialists”
Zero Hedge | She said lawmakers need to work toward achieving “sustainability of this debt path over time,” …
Breitbart | Pro-EU diehards in Britain suffered fresh embarrassment on June 12th as unemployment fell to a 43-year low, despite high-profile official warnings that a Brexit vote would push it up by 500,000.
Zero Hedge | While Silicon Valley seems obsessed by ‘blood boys’, its another part of the world that appears to have gone full Mad Max.
Bloomberg | Google will find out this week if it owes 1.12 billion euros ($1.3 billion) in back taxes to France, just days after it was slapped with a record antitrust fine by the European Union.
Zero Hedge | The growing number of wealthy crypto investors is starting to infuriate regulators.
Mac Slavo | For decades suburbia was home to the highest concentration of wealth in America, and perhaps even the entire world.
Reuters | Robust economic data from the United States and Germany left investors increasingly confident about the strength of the world economy.
Michael Sndyer | Have you lost your spot in the middle class yet?
CNBC | The U.S. economy added a better-than-expected 222,000 new jobs in June and the unemployment rate held at 4.4 percent, according to a government report Friday.
Louder With Crowder | If ever you want proof of the left’s major misunderstanding of economics, one need only peep their minimum wage ideas.
Zero Hedge | It’s too bad for Norway’s ruling center-right party that Warren Buffett isn’t a resident.
CNBC | Job creation in the private sector tailed off significantly in June in another sign that the economy is getting closer to full employment, according to a report Thursday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
Louder With Crowder | Many of us would love to moisturize with gold, whilst driving a Lambo down Rodeo Drive, toting a Berkin with fists full of cash.
Zero Hedge | One former fund manager has had enough of some other words that are thrown around with abandon.
Zero Hedge | Tepid wage growth has been frustrating Americans for years.
London Telegraph | A bizarre computer glitch sent shares in dozens of US technology companies including Apple, Amazon and Microsoft to the same price.
Fox Business | Drivers will find the cheapest gasoline prices for the 4th of July holiday weekend since 2005, thanks to a rare summer break at the pump.