Hyperinflation has been spiraling out of control for decades in many countries around the globe. Hyperinflation by definition is extremely rapid or out of control inflation with
Lawsuits on the horizon, banks positioning themselves against each other over a rate setting institution which has manipulated the benchmark for banks now presents a unclear repercussion situation. Lawsuits are potentially the next step for
In an interview with the National Review, political candidate Mitt Romney mentioned that the Bain Company in the Cayman Islands is a foreign investment in 138 sub-companies which allows those in the United States to invest in without paying taxes. … Continue reading
As deflation sets in globally from Europe to the U.S. there is one Caribbean British Territory that has become a tax haven and finance centre, the Cayman Islands.
From bailouts to loans to merely passing a euro or dollar. Central banks are pretty much at the end of the road and have exhausted their resourcefulness to stop the economic bleeding in the U.S., the eurozone and abroad.
Personal investing in the standard that pays off debt is the solution to resolving debt. When the Great Depression came upon on the U.S. in 1929 China had stockpiled in silver and in effect removed itself from the impact of … Continue reading
Many signals around the globe are showing the final days of fiat currencies. The problem being the political systems that are bringing societies to the brink of destruction through fiscal irresponsibility.
Is the U.S. in the middle of the next Great Depression? What are the key economic indicators that tell us we are on the verge of the next Great Depression. These are very good questions and
We have a number of factors of pointing to the economy and its bleak outlook. Slight growth of the U.S. GDP, jobless claims continue to rise, less payroll going into bank accounts, job cuts on Wall Street,
According gold precious metal market rate pricing site, Kitco News reports that although the euro is showing signs by traders of struggling to survive they feel there is some exaggeration to its reports.