Things are heating up in Syria and Hillary Clinton thinks the US should be taking a more aggressive posture. The question is who do we support? There's a lot of players and we don't really know who are friends are? In addition, it could lead to a confrontation with Russia. Ivan thinks our best move is to sit back and see what happens and let Russia have their quagmire. Sometimes non-intervention works best. 

Direct download: Ivan_Eland_17.Oct.16.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:21pm EST
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According to Andrew Zatlin the economic data are starting to conflict and that could mean we are approaching an inflection point. Less people are dining out in restaurants, buying diamonds and expensive Manhattan real estate. This can't be a good indicator for the economy. Will it turn into a recession or will the Fed come to the rescue? Lady Janet Yellen is now throwing around the notion of buying stocks, which might be good for the stock market, but will it help the overall economy? 

Direct download: Andrew_Zatlin_17.Oct.16.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:18pm EST
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It's all playing out as expected. Central banks are stepping on the monetary accelerator in hopes that this time really will be different. Where have we heard that before? At the same time political instability is increasing. Wikileaks is keeping up the rate of document dumps, further underscoring the systemic corruption that we've all known has become endemic. Have we all become jaded and immune to it? Hopefully not, but don't count on it. 

Direct download: John_Rubino_17.Oct.16.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:42am EST
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