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Fox Business vs. Zerohedge Concerning the GDP Increase

U.S. Economy Expands at 2.8% Pace in 3Q – Fox Business The U.S. economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter as businesses restocked shelves, but a slowdown in consumer and business spending pointed to an underlying weakness. Gross domestic … Continue reading

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Who Is The Most Active User Of Drones Over The United States?

At this point everyone in the world knows what a drone is: some have been bombarded by one, others, thousands of miles away, have done the bombardment, and everyone else is split whether or not this remote-controlled form of international … Continue reading

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Fitch Issues Another Rating Warning For AmericAAA

With precisely one month left until the early bound of the debt ceiling crunch and a possible US government shut down and/or technical default, and with M.A.D. warnings from the president and treasury secretary doing nothing to precipitate a sense … Continue reading

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Zerohedge: Revision Wipes Outs “Surprising” December Philly Fed Surge

On December 20, when we posted on the miraculous surge in the Philly Fed, offsetting the far weaker NY Fed data, we were left scratching our heads as the upwardly inflecting data made little sense in the context of broader data. To wit: … Continue reading

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The Real Crisis: “People Have Lost Trust In The Government And The Market”

As AP discusses in this excellent article, ordinary Americans – defying decades of investment history – are selling stocks for a fifth year in a row. It’s the first time ordinary folks have sold during a sustained bull market since relevant records … Continue reading

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Iraq Quadruples Gold Reserves In Two Months

Gold was down $20.60 or 1.23% in New York yesterday and closed at $1,648.70/oz. Silver dropped to as low as $29.592 and finished with a sharp loss of 3.66%. Gold is marginally lower in dollars today and on course for … Continue reading

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“As Part Of Our Ongoing Effort To Protect Bank Of America, Zero Hedge Is Blocked”

We couldn’t have said it better: “Bank of America blocks users from accessing websites that present certain risks to the bank.” More…

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Food Banks in the U.S. Running Low on Supplies… Ominous Sign for 2013

Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog This is a very interesting yet ominous article from Reuters about the current food bank situation in these United States.  As a result of the drought this summer the Federal government ended up buying less … Continue reading

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The Only Chart You Need to See If You Own Stocks

The current price action in the S&P 500 is eerily similar to the movement leading up to the collapse in 1987. More…

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Revenue Miss Parade Resumes With Caterpillar

Last night, in a spontaneous moment of clarity, the ZH brain trust tweeted the following: Tomorrow on deck are revenue misses from CAT, TXN, FCX, BTU and others So far we had our first “others” when Hasbro missed the topline, … Continue reading

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Santelli And Shiller On Housing, Animal-less Spirits, And Bernanke’s Impotence

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Data Massaging Continues: Initial Claims Tumble To 339K Lowest Since 2008, Far Below Lowest Expectation

This is just getting stupid. After expectations of a rebound in initial claims from 367K last week (naturally revised higher to 369K), to 370K (with the lowest of all sellside expectations at 355K), the past week mysteriously, yet so very … Continue reading

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Did Turkey Just Declare War On Syria?

Just out from the WSJ: Turkey’s parliament has approved a bill authorizing the military to conduct cross-border operations in Syria, a day after a deadly shelling from Syrian territory killed five civilians So, just how is this different to war? … Continue reading

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First They Came for the Mortgages, then They Came for Our Children

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. How to further enslave our children: convince them that a college degree is not only necessary to “succeed” in life, it is their right. Since 2009, the cost of college tuition has increased … Continue reading

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Tungsten-Filled 10 Oz Gold Bar Found In The Middle Of Manhattan’s Jewelry District

It is one thing for tungsten-filled gold bars to appear in the UK, or in Germany: after all out of sight, and across the Atlantic, certainly must mean out of mind, and out of the safe. However, when a 10 … Continue reading

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