Daily Archives: March 19, 2013

Financial repression not unique to Cyprus

CNBC’s Rick Santelli discusses how debt is impacting Treasury yields, pension funds and savers. Sacrificing savers to bailout banks is not an idea unique to Cyprus. Here is a direct link.

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Danielle on the Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest today with Kerry Lutz on the Financial Survival Network talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio link of the segment here.

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Iceland post-financial crash: living proof that life goes on after banks allowed to go bust

“The boom years were an unsustainable feast” on credit. After Iceland allowed its over-levered banks to go bust, the country is moving back to more conventional values and an interest in traditional Nordic ideals like social equality. The model offers … Continue reading

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Locals in BRIC markets dumping stocks

This is a trend that makes some rational sense. Could it be that retail investors are increasingly not as dumb as the financial industry has traditionally banked on? Could it be that alternative information from non-mainstream media sources via the … Continue reading

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Bosom buddies faltering with global demand: TSX, Copper and the Loonie

Source: Cory Venable, CMT, Venable Park Investment Counsel Inc.

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Australia Treasury warns of slumping revenue

Cash crunch from slumping global demand is beginning to hit home for commodity producers like Australia. Canada’s new Federal Budget is due this Thursday… Here is a direct link.

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