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No inflation? Google buys Manhattan building for 100 times 1996 price

Google to Buy Manhattan Building for 100 Times 1996 Price By Joshua ChaffinFinancial Times, LondonThursday, May 23, 2019 Google has agreed to pay $600 million to acquire a historic building in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District -- a hundred times what it was sold for in 1996 -- in a deal that reflects the tech company's growing footprint in New York City. For Doug Harmon, one of the agents who brokered the sale, it represents a career milestone: Mr Harmon has sold 450 West 15th St. -- also known a...
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SEA OF RED: Majority Of U.S. Shale Companies Took A Beating First Quarter, 2019

The overwhelming majority of U.S. shale companies were hit hard in the first three months of the year. Steve St. Angelo explains the significance… by Steve St Angelo of SRSrocco Report The overwhelming majority of U.S. shale companies were hit hard due to lower oil prices in the first quarter of the year.  Just about every shale company that I keep track of suffered negative free cash flows in Q1 2019.  This was quite a surprise as Rystad Energy claimed that the breakeven price for U.S. tight oi...
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Silver And Copper Seeing Extreme Readings. Look For A Sharp Rebound In Prices

On the heels of the recent carnage in the commodity and metals markets, silver and copper are now seeing extreme readings. This should lead to a sharp rebound in prices. Silver & CopperMay 23 (King World News) – The last time we saw sentiment this negative (now at “Excessive Pessimism”) in the silver market was on November 12, 2018. Silver then surged from $14 to over $16 in a little over 2 months (see chart below). Silver Surged Over $2 In Less Than 2 MonthsThe Last Time Sentiment Was This ...
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Fund Manager: More Evidence Tesla Is In A Death Spiral

Dave Kranzler says “the $10 dollar valuation is Morgan Stanley’s “code” for, “the stock is worthless if Tesla has to file”…” Here’s why… by Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics Reuters  report in which the news service discovered that almost all of the solar cell production at Tesla’s solar factory in Buffalo, New York is being sold overseas, primarily to a large Asian buyer.  Tesla’s Solar City business was given $750 million in State subsidies to build the plant in NY in exchange for ...
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Technology Is Not Just Disruptive, It’s Disastrously Deflationary

Deflation eats credit-dependent, mass-consumption economies alive from the inside… by Charles Hugh Smith via Of Two Minds Deflation eats credit-dependent, mass-consumption economies alive from the inside. While AI (artificial intelligence) garners the headlines, the next wave of disruptive technologies extend far beyond AI: as the chart of technologies rapidly being adopted shows, this wave includes new materials and processes as well as the “usual suspects” of machine learning, natural language...
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Keith Weiner: China’s Nuclear Option to Sell US Treasuries

Selling of the USD is simply China taking the other side of the trade, of those who are selling yuan to buy dollars… by Keith Weiner of Monetary-Metals There is a drumbeat pounding on a monetary issue, which is now rising into a crescendo. The issue is: China might sell its holdings of Treasury bonds—well over $1 trillion—and crash the Treasury bond market. Since the interest rate is inverse to the bond price, a crash of the price would be a skyrocket of the rate. The US government would face sp...
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Oh The Irony Of The US Mint Suspending The “Mutilated Coin Redemption Program”

Want to turn-in some crappy clad coinage that’s all nice and mutilated? Too bad, but the irony here is second to none. Here’s why… Oh the irony of the US Mint suspending it’s mutilated coin program. That is the program where coinage that is mutilated can be turned in for fresh new coinage that is not. From the US Mint’s website (bold and bold added for emphasis and to point out the irony): PLEASE NOTE: The United States Mint has temporarily ceased processing applications and material submitted t...
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If its trade with U.S. ends, China might not need to support dollar with Treasury purchases anymore

Could China Dump Its U.S. Treasuries to Fight the Trade War? A Contrarian View is Emerging in Beijing By Karen YeungSouth China Morning Post, Hong KongThursday, May 23, 2019 As American pundits and polls dismiss the idea that China would dump its massive holdings of US Treasury debt as retaliation against US tariffs, a contrarian view is emerging in Beijing that the government may use the securities as a “weapon of last resort." China's US$1.12 trillion holdings account for just 5 per cent of to...
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This Indicator Is Now Forecasting $1,900 Gold. Plus, Look At What Is Happening To Gold In Australia

With the Dow tumbling 400, bonds rallying and the price of gold surging, one indicator is now forecasting $1,900 gold. Also, take a look at what is happening to the price of gold in Australia. US Debt & GoldMay 23 (King World News) – Dan Popescu noted:  “US debt and debt limit vs gold: Gold price should be around $1,900 (see chart below).” Rising US Debt Forecasts $1,900 Gold Price King World News note: It is important to keep in mind that the price of gold often overshoots US debt rather t...
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Sprott Money News Ask The Expert - Andrea Lang of the Austrian Mint

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Beef Just Lost Its Place In The Fast Food Burger World

“last year I read an article about the Impossible Burger, a plant-based patty that was supposed to rival the real thing” by John Rubino of Dollar Collapse Last year I read an article about the Impossible Burger, a plant-based patty that was supposed to rival the real thing. Intrigued, I called a friend who lives in a neighboring town and appreciates strange but environmentally cool things, and we met at a restaurant that served Impossible Burgers. They were good. Close to meat in taste and textu...
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“FREE” COLLEGE WON’T IMPROVE EDUCATION

You’re a twenty-something student and have recently graduated. You’re excited to go out and take on the world. However… by Paul Boyce From Mises Institute You’re a twenty-something student and have recently graduated. You’re excited to go and take on the world. However, you owe over $50,000. All you wanted to do is gain an education. This massive debt now looms over you. How can the world be so unfair? Why shouldn’t this education be free like the other forms are? Shouldn’t education be a right?...
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Site Visit Shows Mining Company Now in Development Phase

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Yes, Gold Is Being Manipulated…But To What Extent?

First of all, let me say that gold price suppression is not just a conspiracy theory. It’s a well-documented phenomenon… by Frank Holmes of US Funds Another day, another banking scandal. Last week the European Commission announced that it’s fining five big banks for rigging the international foreign exchange (forex) market. As many as 11 world currencies—including the euro, British pound, Japanese yen and U.S. dollar—were allegedly manipulated by traders working at Barclays, the Royal Bank of Sc...
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Sahil Mahtani: The dollar may be knocked off its pedestal

America's Competitors, Friend and Foe, Have Opportunities to Challenge the U.S. Currency By Sahil MahtaniThe Wall Street JournalWednesday, May 22, 2019 https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-dollar-may-be-knocked-off-its-pedestal-... Will the U.S. dollar soon lose its status as the world's pre-eminent currency? The consensus is no—it's said that any move away from the dollar would take decades. This view is too complacent. Developments in foreign-exchange markets during the past 18 months point toward...
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Before The Recession Has Officially Begun, Large U.S. Firms Are Laying Off Thousands Of Workers

And just like that, now another 1,000 people do not have a way to support themselves and their families… by Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse Blog If the U.S. economy is “booming” and very bright days are ahead, then why are many large U.S. corporations laying off thousands of workers?  Layoffs are starting to come fast and furious now, and this is happening even though the coming recession has not even officially started yet.  Of course many are convinced that we are actually in a recessi...
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GATA chairman discusses JPM's domination of silver market, news media's blindness

8:30p ET Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: The second part of the interview of GATA Chairman Bill Murphy by cryptographic silver money system operator LODE has been posted. It covers JPMorganChase's domination of the silver market, the refusal of mainstream financial news organizations to address manipulation of the monetary metals markets, and the assistance given to GATA by the late member of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Bart Chilton. The interview is eigh...
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Jim Cook interviews Ted Butler

8:15p ET Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Silver market analyst and manipulation critic Ted Butler, interviewed by Jim Cook of Investment Rarities, says he is still confident that silver will have its day because JPMorganChase eventually will stop suppressing the price so the investment bank can make billions on its hoard of the metal. The interview is headlined "Jim Cook Interviews Ted Butler" and it's posted at GoldSeek's companion site, SilverSeek, here -- http://silverse...
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The Difference Between Prepping and Survivalism (And Why You Need Both Skill Sets)

“The biggest difference, in my opinion, is the primary focus: stuff or…” by Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper If there’s one thing I learned in Croatia when I took Selco‘s Urban Survival Course for Women, it’s that survivalism and preparedness are two entirely different animals. If there are two things I’ve learned, it’s that I have mad skills in one of these disciplines and I’m a novice in the other. (You may be wondering why I haven’t written an article about Selco’s Urban Survival Course fo...
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Clive Maund: Silver Looking Weaker than Gold

Silver looks considerably weaker than gold, and it might look that way through July. Clive Maund explains… by Clive Maund from Streetwise Reports Silver looks considerably weaker than gold, although that is normal at this stage in the cycle. It is still considered likely that it is forming a Double Bottom with its lows of late 2015, and if so then the support at those lows should hold. On silver’s 1-year chart it still looks like it is moving to complete a Cup & Handle base, because the pat...
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