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Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Dear CIGAs, The G-20 kicked off in Seoul South Korea this week.  It seems to me everyone should be talking about the U.S. defaulting on its obligations by massive money printing.  Instead, the group of twenty finance ministers and central bankers from the most important industrialized and developing economies of… Read more »

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Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Dear CIGAs, Last week’s decision by the Fed to start another round of Quantitative Easing was met with only one dissenting vote by the Federal Open Market Committee.  That does not mean everybody in the rest of the world thinks this is a good idea.  Any country holding dollars is… Read more »

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Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Dear CIGAs, One day after the Federal Reserve announced a $600-$900 billion second round of Quantitative Easing (QE2), gold and silver hit fresh all-time highs.  Yesterday, the yellow metal surged more than $40 an ounce to well over $1,390 before falling back a few dollars in after hours trading.  Silver,… Read more »

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Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Dear CIGAs, Now that the mid-term elections are over, it is time to get back to reality.  Just because House Minority Leader John Boehner is taking over for Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House doesn’t mean the economy will get better.  Yes, the Republicans can now, pretty much, put… Read more »

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Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Dear CIGAs, In the wake of the financial meltdown of 2008, the Federal Reserve announced it would buy mortgage-backed securities, or MBS.  The January announcement by the Fed said it would buy MBS from failed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the amount of $1.25 trillion.  At the… Read more »

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Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Dear CIGAs, When I was an investigative reporter at the networks, the first question we would ask when trying to decide if we wanted to do a story was: How many?  How many people have been hurt by a defective product?  How many defective products of a certain kind were… Read more »

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(Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s of USAWatchdog.com) Dear CIGAs, Did you know that in the aftermath of the Savings and Loan (Thrifts) scandal there were more than a thousand felony convictions of financial elites?  The cost of the wrongdoing associated with the rip-off and closure of nearly 800 Thrifts cost taxpayers more than $160 billion.  The… Read more »

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(Courtesy of Greg Hunter’s of USAWatchdog.com) Dear CIGAs, There are some big questions facing the real estate market after the foreclosure fraud story exploded in the last few weeks.  The number one question for anyone who has a mortgage is “Who really owns your home?”  This would be simple to answer before the mortgage-backed security… Read more »