We Are Witnessing The Death Of Small Business In America?

Michael Snyder: Historically, small businesses have been the primary engine of new job creation in the United States.  If the economy was getting healthy, we would expect to see the number of jobs at new businesses rise.  Instead, we are witnessing just the opposite.  We are told that the economy
NYSE:DIA December 13, 2012 5:57pm

Has Quantitative Easing Worked For Other Countries?

Did printing vast quantities of money work for the Weimar Republic?  Nope.  And it won't work for us either.  If printing money was the secret to economic success, we could just print up a trillion dollars for every American and be done with it.  The truth is that making everyone
NYSE:AGQ September 26, 2012 10:24am

Who Will Really Benefit From QE3?

The mainstream media is hailing QE3 as a great victory for the U.S. economy.  On nearly every news broadcast, the "talking heads" are declaring that Ben Bernanke's
NYSE:GLD September 16, 2012 9:42pm

Why Ben Bernanke’s QE3 Will Just Hasten The Destruction Of The U.S. Dollar

You can't accuse Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke of not living up to his nickname.  Back in 2002, Bernanke delivered a speech entitled "Deflation: Making Sure 'It' Doesn’t
NYSE:GLD September 13, 2012 7:44pm

That’s Right! By 2017, You’ll Need Gold To Buy Silver (SLV, GLD, AGQ, ZSL, IAU)

Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul:  What seems unimaginable today, but in the near future it will take gold, not dollars, to buy an even more precious metal—silver, according to economist and best-selling

NYSE:AGQ March 13, 2012 5:28pm

Protectionism: The Lesser of Evils (SLV, GLD, IAU)

Jeff Nielson:  Having just been subjected to more ivory-tower drivel on “the wonders of free trade”, I couldn’t stand it any longer. It’s time someone stepped forward to denounce this idiotic mythology.

NYSE:GLD March 1, 2012 5:28am

Get Out Of Stocks! (TZA, GLD, FAZ, SPXU, SDS, VXX, RWM)

Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: Suddenly the Baltic Dry Index (BDI), a key index that economist watch for signs of expansion or trouble ahead for the world economy, has collapsed.  Because two
NYSE:FAZ January 30, 2012 12:02am

Peter Schiff’s Latest Gold Price Prediction (GLD, SLV, GDX, GDXJ, UUP, UDN, IAU, DGP)

Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: Speaking with GoldSeek Radio host Chris Waltzek this week, Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff expects the re-inflation trade to dominate in an unprecedented way in 2012, as money mangers send oil, gold (NYSEArca:GLD) and other dollar-sensitive assets much
NYSE:DGP January 26, 2012 5:21pm

Gold Investing: Can Gold’s Run Be Stopped? (GLD, PHYS, SLV, ABX, SLW)

George Maniere:  Everything that makes any sense tells me that gold’s run is over. The spot price of gold closed at $1788.90 which is $11.00 from its all time high. The Gold ETF (NYSE:GLD) closed at 173.94 which is $1.19 from its all time high. The charts are screaming sell and gold keeps shrugging
NYSE:GDX August 16, 2011 10:59pm

Nouriel Roubini (aka Dr. Doom) Calls For A 20 Percent Correction From Today’s Levels

Investors are tempted back into the market after a nearly 4% sell-off on Thursday, the biggest one-day drop since April 2009, leaving stocks at more reasonable valuations. Meanwhile, Germany's
ETF BASIC NEWS May 23, 2010 3:26pm

How to Benefit From Our Global Trash Problem With An ETF

trashRubbish, trash, garbage, waste, whatever you call it, we all generate it, and it is taking over the world’s space and mother nature’s abundance faster than imaginable. If we continue to be a disposable society, there’s at least one exchange traded fund (ETF) that could benefit. Although waste is universal, the concept of it is ignored and poorly understood. Nobody really knows how much is produced or what happens to it once it’s created. The Economist explains that both developed and emering countries generate vast quantities of construction and demolition debris, industrial effluent, mine tailings, sewage residue and agricultural waste. Waste is harmful. It stinks, it’s ugly, attracts vermin and releases harmful chemicals and and debris into soil and water when it is dumped. It is the source of almost 4% of the world’s greenhouse gases, mostly in the form of methane from rotting food, which does not take into account the methane from animal and farm waste. There is so much waste out there, in fact, that in a deserted stretch of the Pacific Ocean void of shipping lanes, islands and human life, miles and miles of trash has accumulated, drawn there by converging currents. Full Story:  http://www.etftrends.com/2009/05/how-to-benefit-from-our-global-trash-problem-with-an-etf.html
NYSE:EVX May 3, 2009 7:45am

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