Saturday, December 29, 2012
Friday, December 21, 2012
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at 7:34:00 PM
Saturday, December 15, 2012
"We ask Jim Rickards of Tangent Capital Partners if this gives the FOMC more subjective leeway to ignore potential high short term price inflation. He explains that this gives the Fed the room to tell the public "inflation is what we say it is."
Plus, is it better to fuel exports through dollar devaluation or innovation and investment? If you think it's the latter, unfortunately US corporations cut an estimated 175 billion dollars in investment from 2009 -- 2011. According to the Wall Street Journal, the S&P considers this cut in investment unsustainable. We talk to Jim Rickards, author of "Currency Wars," about the best way to boost exports."
- Source RT Capital Account:
at 8:02:00 PM
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The new paperback edition of "Currency Wars, the making of the next global crisis" has been released and has a little surprise in it. This new edition features an all new chapter on Iran.
Below is a brief description of the book:
"How the worldwide currency war, already under way, will soon affect us all.
The debasement of the dollar, bailouts in Greece and Ireland, and Chinese currency manipulation are unmistakable signs that we are experiencing the start of a new currency war. Fought as a series of competitive devaluations of one country's currency against others, currency wars are one of the most destructive and feared outcomes in international economics. Left unchecked, the new currency wars could lead to a crisis worse than the panic of 2008.
Drawing on a mix of economic history, network science, and sociology, Currency Wars provides a rich understanding of the increasing threats to U.S. national security, from dollar devaluation to collapse in the European periphery, failed states in Africa, Chinese neomercantilism, Russian adventurism, and the current scramble for gold.
James Rickards, an expert who has worked at the highest levels of both finance and national security, explains everything we need to know about this growing global standoff. He takes readers around the world and behind closed doors to explain complex financial and political currents with absorbing firsthand anecdotes."
If you havn't already got your copy of this best selling book, make sure you get one today!
You can buy this book on Amazon here:
at 1:21:00 PM
Thursday, December 6, 2012
- Source, Bloomberg TV:
at 7:29:00 AM
Saturday, December 1, 2012
"In this interview, the points approached are:
- Presentation of the book Currency Wars.
- Total inflation to come, and risks financial destruction of the people.
- Exercises of financial war by the Pentagon.
- Financial war against Iran, and results.
- Gold stocks of the United States (they do exist?).
- etc etc."
at 2:40:00 PM