As the market continues up – and may continue to go up – voices like Faber’s increasingly sound like the voices which warned of the impending housing bubble crash circa 2006-2007.
2 of the most interesting people in political thought. Both of whom in my experience are actually decent human beings too.
Almost everyone knows Ron Paul but more people should be familiar with Tom Woods who’s book Meltdown is a fantastic (and very accessible) explanation of the 2008 Crash. You can read his work and listen to his show at TomWoods.com.
Well done Ben. Great report.
Break em’. So what if the company employs thousands of people and provides a valuable service to the public? So what if there’s a recession on and the last thing America needs is another large company going down the tubes? Break em’ and show them that the 4th Amendment doesn’t apply anymore. Yahoo can fight us but we’ll bleed them dry long before it ever gets to the courts. And even then we’ve got the judges where we want them.
Break em’. Show that company who’s in charge.
The Swiss people may vote to once again partially back their currency with gold. This is a fantastically good idea. I know I will find a way to own at least a few Swiss francs if that happens.
I’ll bet that’ll be a fun return.
On the surface this ruling sounds like a win for “workers,” but sadly it’s not. If the government can keep businesses from firing people, indeed in this case force CNN to REHIRE fired workers, businesses will simply choose not to hire new people.
My bet is that it’s higher than this actually. And by “survive” it appears they mean to actually “survive.” That is scary. Credit is a helluva drug.
You want change? You want “revolution”? Well you are looking at it baby. You think the Internet changed things? Well between fracking, robotics, and 3D printing hold onto your virtual hat. Things are about to get even weirder. (In the good sense.That is unless the robots become our overlords. That would be terrible.)
The unions are gonna LOVE this.