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NEIMAN MARCUS Reports 4Q Loss of $407.2 Million
Store Sales Drop For Fourth Straight Quarter… (Continue to full article)
U.S. Government To Pay $492 Million To 17 American Indian Tribes
For mismanaging natural resources and other tribal assets, according to an attorney who filed most of the suits… (Continue to full article)
Casual Dining Declines
Logan’s Roadhouse Files For Bankruptcy, 21 Locations Closing… (Continue to full article)
More Shoppers Are Starting Their Online Search on Amazon
Roughly 55 percent of consumers begin their online shopping searches on Amazon’s site… (Continue to full article)
Researchers Given $150K To Learn How To Make Gay Students Feel Comfortable In Class
First of all – tell these whiny little bastards and bastardettes to stop making such a big damned deal about their personal choices in life. THERE! I just saved the taxpayers $150,000… (Continue to full article)
A Banquet of Consequences Now Being Served
Prepared just for us by the central banking cartel… (Continue to full article)
Knight’s Flash Crash Highlights Worthless Assets
“Those were the stocks that no longer traded! They were pledging worthless collateral.”… (Continue to full article)
The Fed’s Phony Housing Recovery
All the King’s horses and all the King’s men… (Continue to full article)
How Bankers Live With Themselves
Very well, I am sure… (Continue to full article)
Wall St Abuse, Deaths and Suicides
Huh? Deaths and Suicides? Must be hanging around the Clinton’s… (Continue to full article)
Durable Good Decline For 20th Straight Month
The study of economics is: the study of how people make a living.We make a living today with a fantastically complex network of specialization and trade – a network so complicated that nobody actually understands what is going on. This network is not organized by any sort of rational planning. Rather, it is organized by markets, prices, profit and… (Continue to full article)
Social Security and the US’ Budget Problems
There just isn’t enough left for the government to steal. They have already grabbed it all… (Continue to full article)
How gold helped South Korea repay its debt
DUH!!! (Continue to full article)
How Constant Is Gold’s Purchasing Power?
While there is no exact constant in economics, the stability of gold’s purchasing power is unprecedented. Not only on a gold standard the metal shows it’s constant nature, but also off the gold standard gold’s purchasing power is remarkably constant… (Continue to full article)
Should You Invest in Gold?
Making the right investments is one of the best ways to secure your financial future. Unfortunately, figuring out which investments are right for you is easier said than done… (Continue to full article)
There’s more proof student-loan borrowers are getting cheated
Why paying off your student loan is harder than it should be… (Continue to full article)
THE TOP FOUR PRECIOUS METALS
Which Will Be The Best Investments During The Next Financial Crash… (Continue to full article)
HSBC’s Chief of Technical Analysis Just Warned of a Potential 1987-Type Crash
Unless the markets can take out its September highs, we could very well see a repeat of the 1987 Crash…. (Continue to full article)
Gold: The Best Performing Asset of the 21st Century
This post will remain in position until such time that YOU finally WAKE UP!
Had you acquired a 100 ounce bar of physical gold on December 31, 1999, your total out-lay would have been $29,025.00. The value of that same gold bar today would be approximately $132,800.00. That could easily pay off a mortgage, provide for a child’s college education, or buy a great many other items that would change the lives of most people… (Continue to full article)
“I Got Rhythm”
George Gershwin lets his fingers fly in a rare film performance from the mid-1930s.
As a boy born in Brooklyn in 1898 George Gershwin didn’t display a shred of interest in music until he was ten, after attending his friend Maxie Rosenzweig’s violin recital. Very rare footage of George Gershwin playing one of his tunes.
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