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There Have Been 698 Earthquakes In California Within The Past 30 Days

Why is the west coast shaking so violently?  According to the latest data from Earthquake Track, there have been 698 earthquakes in California within the past 30 days.  By the time that you read this article, that number will undoubtedly have changed.  In recent days I have felt such an urgency to write about the seismic activity on the west coast, and I am quite concerned that so few people seem to be paying attention to what is happening. As I have covered previously, scientists tell us that when seismic activity begins to escalate the probability of having a major […]

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‘The Currency Of The Apocalypse’? Doomsday Preppers Flock To Bitcoin As It Surges Past $8000

Once upon a time preppers would hoard gold and silver in anticipation of the meltdown of society, but now Bitcoin is becoming the alternative currency of choice for many in the prepping community.  On Monday, Bitcoin hit an all-time record high as it surged past $ 8,200, and it has now gone up nearly 50 percent in just the last eight days.  As I have admitted previously, one of my great regrets is not investing in Bitcoin when it first started, because we have never seen a meteoric rise quite like this.  Bitcoin hit the $ 5,000 mark for the […]

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STUNNING U.S. GOVERNMENT DEBT INCREASE IN PAST FEW DAYS

As the stock market continues to rise on the back of some of the worst geopolitical, financial, and domestic news, the U.S. Treasury has been quietly increasing the amount of government debt, with virtually no coverage by the Mainstream or Alternative Media. So, how much has the U.S. debt increased in the past few days? A bunch. The surge in U.S. debt that took place over the past two days all started when the debt ceiling limit was officially allowed to increase on Sept 8th. In just one day, the U.S. Treasury increased the public debt by $ 318 billion: […]

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Brexit, trade and echoes of the past

Brexit supporters have been severely critical of the OBR for its grim outlook for the UK post Brexit. The OBR is by no means the most negative of the professional forecasting bodies, and historically its forecasts have tended to err on the side of optimism, as Duncan Weldon observes. But it struggles to find anything good to say about post-Brexit Britain. In particular, it is distinctly negative about the future for Britain’s external trade. Brexit is above all a shock to trade, since its primary impact will be on Britain’s trading relationships, not only with the EU but with other countries […]

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Drowning In Debt: 35 Percent Of All Americans Have Debt That Is At Least 180 Days Past Due

More than a third of all Americans can’t pay their debts.  I don’t know about you, but to me that is a shocking figure.  As you will see below, 35 percent of the people living in this country have debt in collections.  When a debt is in  collections, it is at least 180 days past due.  And this is happening during the “economic recovery” that the mainstream media keeps touting, although the truth is that Barack Obama is going to be the only president in United States history to never have a single year when the economy grew by at […]

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The Price Of Silver Explodes Past 20 Dollars An Ounce As The European Banking Crisis Deepens

Have you seen what the price of silver has been doing?  On Monday, it exploded past 20 dollars an ounce, and as I write this article it is sitting at $ 20.48.  Earlier today it actually surged above 21 dollars an ounce for a short time before moving back just a bit.  In late March, I told my readers that silver was “ridiculously undervalued” when it was sitting at $ 15.81 an ounce, and that call has turned out to be quite prescient.  The Friday before last, silver started the day at $ 17.25 an ounce, and it is up […]

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Gold Pushes Past $1200, US Mint Reports Strong Sales

(Image Source, Wikimedia Commons) If you follow the ongoing moves in the price of precious metals, which I assume you do, then you will know that we have been stuck in a rut for quite some time, in regards to price movement. Despite this “non-action” prices, you must remember that there are two markets that persist in today’s world. These two markets are constantly battling for position as the dominant force. The two markets I speak of, are the artificial paper market, which currently controls the movement of gold and the more real, honest market, the physical market, which will one day break […]

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