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Old Aug 20, 2012, 12:31pm   #81
 
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More words of wisdom from Ludwig von Mises, pay attention to this stark warning:

Inflation can be pursued only so long as the public still does not believe it will continue. Once the people generally realize that the inflation will be continued on and on and that the value of the monetary unit will decline more and more, then the fate of the money is sealed. Only the belief, that the inflation will come to a stop, maintains the value of the notes.

Remember this every time the Central Planners deny the need for more Q.E or attempt to disguise it under a different name and um and ah about the threat of inflation or the state of the economy.
No Inflation Proves Critics of Fed’s Bernanke Wrong

No Inflation Proves Critics of Fed


"the central bank is ready to take further action to boost the recovery."
- Ben S. Bernanke, Federal Reserve Chairman



The ministry of propaganda says there is no inflation. The same ministry said there is no housing bubble and didn't see the last financial crisis coming.


The debasement of fiat money continues and new_trader continues to accumulate gold.





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Old Aug 20, 2012, 4:15pm   #82
 
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new_trader started this thread A message from the 1970s on state spending

A message from the 1970s on state spending - Telegraph

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"We used to think you could spend your way out of recession and increase employment by boosting government spending,” boomed the Prime Minister, Jim Callaghan, at the 1976 Labour Party conference.

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For it was in 1976 that the UK government had been rescued by the International Monetary Fund. After years of industrial subsidies, soft-budget constraints and Keynesian hubris, Britain was insolvent – unable to service its debts. After months of denial, the markets forced Callaghan’s government, “cap in hand”, to seek an IMF bail-out.




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Old Aug 21, 2012, 12:38pm   #83
 
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A message from the 1970s on state spending

A message from the 1970s on state spending - Telegraph
UK public borrowing more than expected in July

BBC News - UK public borrowing more than expected in July

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The UK government borrowed more than expected in July, traditionally a good month for tax receipts, the Office for National Statistics said.

Our Central Planners get it wrong yet again and have the audacity to report it as 'unexpected'...


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The Office for National Statistics said net debt - the sum of all borrowing - was nowŁ1.032bn, or 65.7% of GDP.
So where is the austerity?


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Old Aug 21, 2012, 2:52pm   #84
 
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If gold breaks below $1530 then I can see it going to $1100-1200. The deadline for this scenario is end of August 2012. Gold is consolidating between $1530 -$1640 and I reckon it will break out from this range rather than break down. If it breaks down I will buy more, if not, I keep what I have. It's a bull market!
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Gold breaks above US$1640

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Old Aug 22, 2012, 7:32am   #85
 
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No Inflation Proves Critics of Fed’s Bernanke Wrong

No Inflation Proves Critics of Fed


"the central bank is ready to take further action to boost the recovery."
- Ben S. Bernanke, Federal Reserve Chairman



The ministry of propaganda says there is no inflation. The same ministry said there is no housing bubble and didn't see the last financial crisis coming.


The debasement of fiat money continues and new_trader continues to accumulate gold.





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Heineken First-Half Profit Misses Estimates on Input Costs

Heineken First-Half Profit Misses Estimates on Input Costs - Bloomberg

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Costs to produce its beer will rise 8 percent this year from an earlier forecast of 6 percent, after the price of goods to produce its beer increased 6.9 percent in the first half.

The Central planners keep telling us there is no inflation and yet here is another company missing profit targets/estimates because of rising input costs.

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Old Aug 22, 2012, 7:55am   #86
 
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Aug 21, 2012
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Gold certainly isn't acting like it was a bubble despite the concerted attempts to talk down gold by all the "gold is a bubble" freaks in trade2win and in the mainstream media. Although it is premature to say for sure right now, gold will have to fall below US$1000 in the next two to three weeks for it to have been classed as a bubble otherwise it would be one of the most unique bubbles in the history of human civilization. If that doesn’t happen then all the deflationists and “gold is a bubble" freaks have lost the last remnants of credibility they currently have, even though IMO they have been clueless since the start of the Global financial crisis...and before.
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Old Aug 22, 2012, 9:21am   #87
 
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Heineken First-Half Profit Misses Estimates on Input Costs

Heineken First-Half Profit Misses Estimates on Input Costs - Bloomberg




The Central planners keep telling us there is no inflation and yet here is another company missing profit targets/estimates because of rising input costs.

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The headline has been changed to:

Heineken Sees Stagnant Annual Profit Amid European Slump

You don't think the Central Planners asked them to change it do you?
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Old Aug 24, 2012, 8:05am   #88
 
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new_trader started this thread Republicans Eye Return to Gold Standard

Republicans Eye Return to Gold Standard* - US Business News - CNBC

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The gold standard has returned to mainstream U.S. politics for the first time in 30 years, with a “gold commission” set to become part of official Republican party policy.

More and more the gold standard enters mainstream discussion.


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“There is a growing recognition within the Republican party and in America more generally that we’re not going to be able to print our way to prosperity,”
Try telling that to some of the DUNCES here at trade2win who think fiat money is a massive advantage.


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