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Japan’s new path: Beating deflation once and for all

The Buttonwood Gathering 2013, New York City Japan’s central bank has pushed forward radical monetary easing measures in an effort to finally beat [...]

Greek deflation at record and could threaten future recovery from recession

Greece’s severe recession continues to dissuade people from spending money, further dragging down consumer prices.In November inflation fell 2.9 percent [...]

Your Burning Planet – Saudi/Syria Connection, 2013 Elections, Deflation

Look behind the news! In this episode: the Saudi/Syria connection, Libertarian Robert Sarvis makes a good showing in VA, and evidence of economic [...]

Peter Surda Talks About The Economics Of Bitcoin – Deflation

Since Bitcoin is a technology that enables a new type of currency never seen before (a digital currency that behaves like a commodity currency) traditional [...]

AS Macroeconomics Chapter 16 – Inflation, deflation, employment and unemployment – JR & JS

The topic of inflation and unemployment through the character of [...]

Ponzi World (Over 3 Billion NOT Served): Minsky, History, Reality …

Minsky , History, Reality v.s. Bernanke, Wall Street, Politicans. I noticed my stats had fallen off, so I thought there must be an NFL playoff game going on that I wasn't aware of. Then I took a gander at another “alternative” blog, … [...]

Trace Mayer of RunToGold- Bitcoin as Good (Or Better) Than Gold?

Trace Mayer is an entrepreneur, investor, journalist, and monetary scientist. He holds a degree in Accounting and a law degree from California Western School of Law. He has also studied Austrian economics, focusing on the work of Murray Rothbard and Ludwig von Mises. He runs the website www.runtogold.com and has written a book called The Great Credit Contraction Trace knows a lot about Gold, Bitcoin and Austrian School Economics. In this controversial 28 minute interview, Trace talks about his book, where QE to Infinity fits in with his views of the macroeconomic situation, if all assets are deflating against Gold, and then he lays out a very extensive argument for why Bitcoin could be safer than Gold and many Austro-Libertarians/Anarcho-Capitalists should strongly consider transacting and buying and holding some Bitcoin. Please visit the Wall St for Main St website here www.wallstformainst.com where you can now get a FREE copy of our Petro Profit Report which we sold only a few months ago for $150/copy! Follow Jason Burack on Twitter @JasonEBurack Follow Mo Dawoud on Twitter @m0dawoud Follow John Manfreda on Twitter @JohnManfreda Follow Wall St for Main St on Twitter [...]

Japan economic minister Maehara says must work … – RANsquawk

Japan economic minister Maehara says must work decisively together with Bank of Japan to beat deflation to support Japan's economy. Says: – Latest economic stimulus package is likely to help push up Japan real GDP by … [...]

Dick Eastman National Greenback Social Credit Dividend

Social credit is money that the government simply makes up and hands out to everybody in equal amounts so they don’t have to borrow from international bankers to have a supply of money to spend. You simply give money to everybody so they can buy what they want and so people who sell things will make so much money they can give everybody a nice job without having to borrow too much?” This is not the original social credit of CH Douglas, but it takes his idea of the household dividend and combines it with the national fiduciary “thin-air” money of Abraham Lincoln and the analysis of the pitfalls of debt-based money supply and private central banks as provided by Authur Kitson, Federick Soddy and others. The problem is deflation, not inflation. Interest drain is what causes deflation. Note: there are helpful diagrams at the end of this video. www.thespiritualun.org www.citizensamericaparty.org Populist Nationalist Social Credit Brotherhood of American Citizen Peacemakers of All Races and Creeds — This is our Common [...]