[KR632] Keiser Report: Dumb Money

A double header discussing the ‘dumb money’ piling into markets just as the Spectator’s cover story reads: “The Next Crash: We could be on the brink of another financial crisis.” We read through the piece in shock at the obvious signs of misallocation of wealth while chasing dumb bubbles – including a P/E ratio now at 25.6 compared to a historic norm of 16.5. In the second half, we examine more misallocation of wealth as the US spends an additional $1 trillion annually on healthcare compared to if they spent the same percentage of GDP as the next most expensive country, the Netherlands. While overspending by $1 trillion, the energy grid has the most blackouts of any developed nation and yet less than half a trillion could replace the dumb, old grid with a smart, new one.

Bitcoin is the Newest Alternative Investment for High Net Worth Individuals to Consider

I Have Bitcoins Bitcoin is the Newest Alternative Investment for High Net Worth Individuals to Consider

According to bitcoin news site CoinDesk, 2014 venture capital has flooded the bitcoin ecosystem reaching over $110 Million. Marc Andreessen, a well-known entrepreneur and investor, is betting big on the future of bitcoin with investments totaling upwards of $50 million. The Wall Street Journal’s Gregory Zuckerman reports that Andreessen has no plan on slowing down, claiming that he will invest “hundreds of millions” more in…..

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The Edinburgh Fringe’s free festivals as seen by The Free Festival’s Alex Petty


“I like comedy because it gives me a chance to meet bizarre, mentally-deranged people.”Read my latest daily blog in full here

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The Case for a Bull or Bear Market in Two Charts

Which appears more likely–a straight-line extension of the past two years’ rise in stocks, or another “impossible” decline to complete the megaphone pattern?

There are dozens of charts and data points supporting the case for a continuation of the Bull market in stocks or a reversal into a Bear market. For the sake of brevity I’ve distilled the two arguments into two charts, one for the Bull case and one for the Bear case.

The Bull case is easy: the economy has reached self-sustaining expansion, a.k.a. escape velocity; hotel occupancy rates are high, home valuations are rising, stocks are fairly valued based on forward earnings, debt has been paid down/written off, and the Fed has tapered its quantitative easing (QE) bond and mortgage buying with no ill effect.

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How Israel Uses Twitter, Facebook & Tinder to Legitimize Murder | Brainwash Update

Subscription Keiser with Liam Halligan talking “Back to the Brink”

Stacy Summary: Just had Liam Halligan into the studio for the next Keiser Report (airing in a few hours); we went deeper into the conversation on his latest piece below, ...

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Silver Manipulation To End; $150 Per Ounce Possible – Video

Manipulation of the silver market was covered in a just released ‘Get REAL’ Special on Silver. Key topics discussed in the interview include *The fix is in: Old boys, pints of beer, big cigars and top hats, *the risk of manipulation through HFT, computer trading and ‘dark pools,’ * “Meet the new boss; same as the old boss,’  *The importance of owning allocated and especially segregated silver.  Read more ›

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Paul Craig Roberts: ‘US proof of Russian fire in Ukraine released via email, social media is fake’

How Bad Can The Junk-Bond Sell-Off Get? So Bad It’ll Take Down Stocks

OK, let’s forgive Goldman for flip-flopping. At the peak of the bubble, trigger fingers are nervous, and flip-flopping is the norm. A week earlier, a Goldman strategist, in a very bullish mood at the time, raised his year-end target for the S&P 500 to 2,050. But that’s like so last week. Now Goldman’s strategy folks downgraded global stocks. And they gave a peculiar reason.

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Finite Resources And The Geography of Conflict


Ukraine. Iraq. Nigeria. Libya. Tunisia. Syria. All are hotspots of conflict in different regions of the world, yet the same underlying cause behind each can clearly be seen when looking through the lens of finite resources.

In the end, all wars are resource wars.

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Warning! Future, Lies Ahead


Warning!  Future Lies, Ahead

If you like your future you can keep your future.  Bitcoin is headed to infinity and beyond New York or at least to the end of a 45 day comment period.  When it comes to the past (pre-existing political theory), we always have the blockchain for that.


Ian Hinchliffe in a Hammersmith hole was loudly building something muddy & dubious


“At one point, Ian stabbed himself in the stomach with a knife”Read my latest daily blog in full here

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