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Dana Meador is back with FSN today to discuss why your bank is insolvent and what the issue of collateral means in this day-and-age. With JP Morgan front and center of the economic meltdown, you should be aware that the little JP blowup is indicative of a much bigger problem that a lot of people are not aware of.  If you are not aware, cash is the new bubble; it is where everybody has parked their money. What are the banks doing with the cash sitting in accounts everywhere? 

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Direct download: Dana_Meadore_05-24-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:19 PM
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Ty Andros and I are doing the wrap a little earlier this week. Greece is playing chicken with a loaded gun to their heads. Spain's regulatory bankruptcy becomes more and more apparent. Their losses have doubled in the past two weeks, and they continue to escalate. Their banks have undergone multiple bank runs, which have of course been papererd over. Hollande, France's new socialist leader is attempting to get Euro Bonds to forestall the eventual day of reckoning and to continue to shift the obligations of today onto the generations of tomorrow, who will not pay the debts incurred anyway. The powers that be and the radical socialists that are running most of the governments around the world are in complete denial and will further diminsh the private sector and lead the world to bankrupty. Political solutions that don't address the underlying issue of a population that expects something for nothing, will accomplish nothing. 

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Direct download: Ty_Andros_05-24-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:45 PM
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Trevor Bradley of Georgetown Trust joined us to discuss the worldwide move to internationalize assets in an effort to protect wealth from governmental confiscation. While moving assets overseas is still legal in the US, many laws have been passed to restrict and make the process more difficult. Now, Europeans in France, the UK, Greece, Spain and many others are moving assets away from their home countries in record numbers. Treavor explains how easy the process still is and why you need to get the guidance and legal assistance to be absolutely certain that you're in compliance with the laws and rules of your home country. While internationalization isn't for everyone, it can be a vital part of your retirement planning, especially if you're planning to move overseas. 

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Direct download: Trevor_Baker_05-24-2012.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:44 PM
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