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8 Hand-picked Articles You Don’t Want to Miss

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I’m taking the day off from writing, but there are plenty of hand-picked articles for you to enjoy in today’s daily.

Here they are:

In The News Today by Jim Sinclair on jsmineset.com:
Don’t take this lightly as international settlement is the heart and soul of a reserve currency.

Dangerous setup by Bill Holter on LeMetropoleCafe.com
As you know, Greece was declared in default on Friday and mainstream media has played it down by telling us there are only $3.7 Billion CDS affected.

Intensifying Crisis & Staggering Unemployment on LeMetropoleCafe.com
John Williams just warned that the ongoing financial problems have horrendous implications for the markets and systemic stability.

Greece Has Defaulted: Here Is Where We Stand by Tyler Durden on ZeroHedge.com
After reading this, everyone should have a fairly good grasp of what happened not only today, but ever since the great (and quite endless) European financial crisis took center stage, and what to look forward to next…

Collapse Coming-Not Recovery by Greg Hunter on usawatchdog.com
The way the latest unemployment numbers were reported by the mainstream media (MSM), you would think the Great Recession was over and the United States was solidly on the road to recovery. 

Do Precious Metal Investors Believe QE Will Be Dialed Back?   by Eric McWhinnie on wallstcheatsheet.com
After two days of consecutive gains, gold and silver briefly dipped into the red after Friday’s job report.

Obama: A One-and-Done President? on caseyresearch.com
President Obama promised to turn around the floundering economy that he inherited from his predecessor. He promised jobs. He promised transparency. Not only did he not deliver on those campaign promises, he has led the nation further into the abyss on all counts.

Why we should be nervous about QE and inflation by Andrew Lilico on telegraph.co.uk
I was an early advocate of quantitative easing, raising the possibility in September 2008 and advocating its commencement from November 2008.

 

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