Thursday, July 4, 2013

The Gold event of the year - The Gold Investment Symposium 2013

The premier Australian Gold event will be held in Sydney 16-17 Oct 2013. If you are going to be in Sydney in October or are such a uber gold bug that you are willing to travel to the end earth for the best commentary and gold mining information I highly recommend attending. Where else can you talk to the biggest and best bullion dealers, suppliers or the CEO's of the next junior gold mining rocket stock. For full details on the event go to

Breaking the Set - Kidnapped by Imperialism

From breakingtheset

Great now you can't even crash without voices inside your head

Tom Cloud: Gold and Silver Supplies are Tight

From Greg Hunter

Gerald Celente's 4th of July message to launch 2nd American Revolution

From trendsjournal

Published on Jul 3, 2013
Gerald Celente's 4th of July message to launch 2nd American Revolution from Colonial Kingston NY. He talks about what is facing the US and some of the solutions that you can use in your life.

Egypt's Morsi stripped of power, constitution suspended

From AlJazeeraEnglish

Obama's War on Whistleblowers

From corbettreport

Why Central Bank Governors should not try to be Comedians


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Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens was attempting a dry joke at lunchtime on Wednesday when he told an economists' conference in Brisbane that the central bank's board had deliberated for ''a very long time'' on Tuesday to come up with a decision to do nothing with its cash rate.

But when the Bloomberg business news service sent a flash to its clients that ''Stevens says Board deliberated for a Very Long Time Y'Day'', his off-the-cuff comment took on a life of its own.

The Australian dollar slumped by almost three-quarters of a US cent within minutes to fresh three-year lows of about US91¢, and fell further as word filtered out that Stevens had not intended to give everyone a steer about future cash rate decisions. Late in the afternoon it was trading at about US90.6¢, US1¢ down.

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Egyptian Military Coup Complete

From the WSJ:
Egypt’s military announced it is ousting Islamist president President Mohammed Morsi, suspending the constitution and calling for early elections—a move the presidential palace quickly branded a “complete military coup.” Egypt will be ruled temporarily by the president of the Supreme Constitutional Court, the head of Egypt’s military, Gen. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, said in an address on state television Wednesday evening in Egypt. Mr. Morsi rejected the declaration that he was out of office and called on Egyptians to avoid bloodshed and honor the constitution.
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