Category ‘Business’

Tax Collectors In Florida Openly Carry Guns, While Public Is Banned From Doing So

July 6, 2017 By Mac Slavo Tax collectors in Florida are now publicly announcing the values of being armed when demanding income from citizens. The only problem is that the state bans open lift for civilians that the taxation collectors are hidden income from. If you’re leery about supervision involvement in your life, and you […]

6 Things Precious Metals Naysayers Get Dead Wrong

By Stefan Gleason Answering the Most Common and Current Objections Gold attracts its satisfactory share of detractors. But the many common objections to bullion as money, and as a safe-haven item within an investment portfolio, are misplaced. Anti-gold misconceptions are ubiquitous. Mega billionaire Warren Buffett remarked derisively of bullion that it “gets dug out of […]

Rothschild Controlled Media Outlet — “Get Ready for a World Currency by 2018”

July 10, 2017 By Jay Syrmopoulos The Economist repository published an essay almost thirty years ago, deliberating the awaiting of a universe banking that should be approaching around the year 2018. The 1988 essay foreshadows a process transformation towards a centralized universe banking that we have, in many ways, seen play out over the past […]

Commodity Cycle Upturn to Lift Precious Metals Prices

By Stefan Gleason Safe-haven direct for earthy changed metals came in soothing by the first half of the year as a rising batch marketplace reinforced financier confidence toward the economy. U.S. bonds are costly by just about every gratefulness magnitude you can consider of – price/earnings, price/sales, division yield, sum marketplace capitalization as a commission […]

What next for Zimbabwe’s crippled economy?

Crippled by hyperinflation, it incited to the dollar after its own banking became almost worthless, yet it has a flourishing “informal” economy. So what’s left, and where does it go from here? AGRICULTURE The scale of Zimbabwe’s mercantile disaster can be totalled in wheat prolongation – which fell from 320,000 tons in 1990 to 20,000 […]

What next for Zimbabwe’s crippled economy?

Crippled by hyperinflation, it incited to the dollar after its own banking became almost worthless, yet it has a flourishing “informal” economy. So what’s left, and where does it go from here? AGRICULTURE The scale of Zimbabwe’s mercantile disaster can be totalled in wheat prolongation – which fell from 320,000 tons in 1990 to 20,000 […]

What next for Zimbabwe’s crippled economy?

Crippled by hyperinflation, it incited to the dollar after its own banking became almost worthless, yet it has a flourishing “informal” economy. So what’s left, and where does it go from here? AGRICULTURE The scale of Zimbabwe’s mercantile disaster can be totalled in wheat prolongation – which fell from 320,000 tons in 1990 to 20,000 […]

What next for Zimbabwe’s crippled economy?

Crippled by hyperinflation, it incited to the dollar after its own banking became almost worthless, yet it has a flourishing “informal” economy. So what’s left, and where does it go from here? AGRICULTURE The scale of Zimbabwe’s mercantile disaster can be totalled in wheat prolongation – which fell from 320,000 tons in 1990 to 20,000 […]

War on Cash: Desperate VISA Begs Merchants With $10,000 Bribe to Go Cashless

July 14, 2017 By Claire Bernish A fight on cash has secretly and duplicitously come to pass, as Big Banks and Big Credit try to convince their millions of oft-captive business to make the jump divided from banking and into plastic — a surefire means of gaining entrance to some-more of your supports by odious […]

Catalan predicament has ‘broken everything’

In the heart of Barcelona, a throng is entertainment in Placa Sant Jaume. On one side of the block is the building that houses the council of Catalonia, conflicting is the City Hall, and in between is a loud mass of demonstrators, singing and chanting their support for Catalan independence. There are flags, speeches and […]