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2008 – 2014 The Great Depression of The 21st Century

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 9th February 2009
“Yes, We Are In A Depression”
This is a stake in the ground article where I have researched my previous articles and compiled a list of all of the measures I have recommended they take to stop this becoming a depression.
Well it is too late for that now as unfortunately the tipping [...]

More Thought on the Economy Part VIII

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 14th January 2009

What About The Savers?
The Fed and the Bank of England are punishing savers and the prudent people by manipulating interest rates to zero. So you can sit in cash and earn zero or you can be forced out on the risk spectrum just so you can keep up with inflation [...]

Quantitative Easing and Mortgage Availability

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 2nd January 2009
A Question From A Site Member:
Hi Andy Given the Fed’s decision in the US to go down the path of “quantitative easing” (my understanding is that in essence this means making more money available for the banks to lend) and the likelihood that this will (albeit eventually) happen in the UK, [...]

WARNING: Your Financial Well Being Is At Stake

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 15th December 2008
Below you’ll find a report containing what I consider to be some of the most important financial advice I have ever given.
This report was first published on my blog but as it was primarily intended for my site members, I have reproduced it here along with the comments given thus far

The Bank of England’s Latest Work of Fiction

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 12th November 2008
I’m talking about their inflation report.
Here are the notes I made while reading through – it should be noted at this stage that I got so fed up reading this report that I had to go away, have a drink and come back to it. This has been added in the [...]

The 2nd Biggest Money Making Scheme in History is Taking Place and We Have to Be Grateful for It

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 16th October 2008
Firstly I’m going to explain something I’ve said before but has relevance to the article.
People say to me, ‘How am I going to pay off the mortgage (debt) on my own home? I can understand keeping mortgages on my investment property but with interest only I’ll never clear the debt on [...]

Interest Rates Are They Coming Down?

Monday, January 25th, 2010

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Originally Posted 18th September 2008
A few months ago when the inflationary pressures looked to be at their worst and the world seemed to think that the prices were only heading one way, I said that oil prices and commodities in general would fall sharply. I think oil was at $145 and still heading up at [...]

My Opinion On The Bank Of England’s Inflation Report

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 14th August 2008
As Mervyn King said, “The British economy is going through a difficult and painful adjustment, and we’re going to do f**k all to help!”
Well, he actually said the first part of that in reality, the second part was added by me as I felt that this is basically what he said [...]

Why Aren’t We Hearing About How Well The US Economy Is Doing?

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 30th July 2008
The truth of the matter is that the US economy is not in recession and it doesn’t even look likely to go that way anymore this year. In fact the figures about to be released should be around 2% which would make it miles away from recession. Now when you consider [...]

Did They Really Say Those Things, No, Did They Really?

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

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Originally Posted 17th July 2008
Hi,
I thought you’d like to see some email correspondence I’ve been having with an economist friend of mine.
My email to him:
There’s been a couple of moments when I thought I was dreaming in the last couple of days so thought I’d write you for a reality check…
Did Bernanke really say that [...]

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