When John Rubino and James Turk recently wrote The Money Bubble, a follow-up to their bestselling The Collapse of the Dollar and How To Profit From It, they were unprepared for how quickly it was all going to happen. Now we have an auto credit bubble starting to unravel. There's also the student loan bubble and the junk bond bubble. What's next, the teenager allowance bubble? There's so many bubbles that have been blown and now they're starting to pop, what's a central planner/banker to do? We're sure it will all work out in the long run. 

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Chris Vermeulen--TheGoldandOldGuy.com is an expert at detecting market short and medium term trends. He believes that all signs are pointing to an intermediate stock market correction and he thinks it's an excellent time to make money. But you've got to be on the ball. Precious metals could be heading lower. Same with oil and commodities. But Chris is unconcerned. As long as the market is moving and he's picked up on the trend, he's happy. 

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Manipulation Mondays with Andrew Hoffman

  • Unmitigated disaster in US;
  • Inability to attack precious metals;
  • Horrible ADP report—just 3k manufacturing jobs;
  • GDP report totally fabricated;
  • FOMC couldn’t be more dovish;
  • Amazon’s horrible earnings;
  • ISM seasonally adjusted to positive;
  • Case-Schiller looking at big housing drop;
  • Microsoft layoffs;
  • Employment costs index up .7%;
  • Chicago PMI falling like a stone;
  • Construction spending down;
  • NFP report usual fix-who’s starting businesses;
  • Portugerse Bailout and bailin;
  • Japan -6.5 GDP 2nd Quarter; 
  • China covert QE has started.
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Steve Lord started The Modern Money Letter to provide education, information and insight into opportunities in the alternative currency market. Primarily focusing on Bitcoin, the free website and email newsletter gives sharp and timely commentary and analysis to help individual and institutional investors navigate the macroeconomic environment of alternative currencies. Their aim is to save people time and money, and to simplify the process of discovering and evaluating alternative currency opportunities. And who knows, the way things are going now, Bitcoin just may become the world's next reserve currency.

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In their haste to beat down gold in the wake of the Fed meeting, looks like it wasn't quite enough to keep it down. While Da Boyz always like to slam gold on the last day of the month whenever possible, it seems to be snapping back right away. 

Keep your eyes focused on the political scene. The same pattern that brought you Comrade DeBlasio is likely to bring you Comrade Warren as the Democratic nominee. 

Much more here than we have space for. So keep listening.

Direct download: Whats_Next_01.Aug.14.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:50pm EST
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Monty says finally, statistics regarding the changes in net worth have made the mainstream media. These statistics, as reported in the NY Times, are horrific, as are the implications for the future of the country.

Net worth may be the best single measure of a country’s well-being. Median net worth is a reasonable marker for the standard of living. Medians (or averages) are not good measures to capture what is happening at the lowest or highest ends. (More about that below.)

In the simplest terms, net worth is the value of a person’s assets minus his liabilities. If this measure is growing, a person is becoming better off. If it is shrinking then that person is becoming worse off, at least in terms of wealth.

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