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Friday, August 6, 2010

Japan: America's Lost Decade

Unemployment benefits are opium for masses
  1. 1.5 Million Californian workers lose unemployment benefits
  2. More than 1 Million Jobless lose benefits March 1 2010
  3. 23 states report higher unemployment for September
  4. Unemployment: the unreported truth and emergency unemployment claims
  5. Glitch will cut jobless benefits for millions
  6. Is 10 percent unemployment the new normal? Fed says so
  7. Japan: America's Lost Decade:
  8. Deflation Striking Many Countries; Japan Concerned
  9. Drastic deflation in housing prices coming: analysts
  10. Hyperinflation and the golden years
  11. 14 bad signs for the North American economy
  12. Inflation is not a threat; deflation is
  13. Wage growth lowest in 27 years; minimum wages are bad?
4 sure signs that deflation is here for years
Stiglitz: We Must Have A Second Round Of Stimulus If We're Going To Get More Jobs
Goldman Sachs Cuts U.S. GDP Forecast For 2011
TrimTabs Identifies 7 Factors Contributing To A Second-Half Slowdown
We're Going To Have To Wait 5 Years To Start Spending Again

Here's What It Looks Like When Your Currency Is Collapsing
Krugman: This New Republican "Roadmap For America's Future" Budget Plan Is A Fraud
CHART OF THE DAY: The Scariest Jobs Chart Ever Takes A Turn For The Worse

David Rosenberg: Finally, Everyone's Coming Around And Seeing How Bad The Economy Is
The Backstory On How Christina Romer Wanted To Fix The Economy
Drudge Hilariously Skewers Tim Geithner
Markets Dive On Terrible Jobs Data: Here Are The 10 Trades To Watch Right Now

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1 comment:

  1. Mankind today is realizing that what is produced in supranational financial and monetary empire, does not belong only to money masters but to all people.
    The world is changing in many positive ways, different from what the elite have planned.
    It is possible that obedience to the imperatives of consumerism and militarism would disappear completely.

    Sometimes the question is more important than the answer, and in my opinion, there is no more important question than the monetary one: Who is the owner of money at the act of issue? Without asking questions to participants in the party directly, we cannot later distinguish between debtor and creditor.

    I have found an interesting website about the use of alternative currencies, proposal of a new way of trading goods, products and services online: Crom Marketplace

    Everyone, take a look at this, its worth your time...