Friday, August 24, 2012

Gerald Celente discusses Eurozone and Gold

Gerald Celente discusses the looming German court decision on 12Sep on whether Germany bailing out the Eurozone is constitutional and the potential impact on the gold price. Listen the the KWN interview here

Iran nuclear talks update

Aug 24, 2012 by

Iran and the UN's nuclear watchdog are set to resume talks later on Friday - more than two months after the previous round failed. Tehran insists it only wants peaceful energy, but the West remains suspicious of its nuclear ambitions. Hopes aren't high for these negotiations either - while Iranian citizens continue to be hit hardest by US and European sanctions. For more on this we RT talks to James Corbett - journalist and editor of The Corbett Report - an online multi-media news and information source.

101 East - China: Broken Dreams

Aug 24, 2012 by
Many young Chinese are losing faith in China's economic miracle. Even though the country is poised to overtake the US in the next decade as the world's largest, fewer Chinese feel they share the prosperity. 101 East explores the disillusionment.

Loving Three Nines Silver

Just noticed that PAMP 1kg 999 silver bullion at ABC Bullion just hit AU$999, very nice, especially considering the same bar was selling for less than $920 earlier in the week.

Gold and Silver Markets Thin and Exaggerated

Aug 23, 2012 by

Keiser Report: Liquidity Drought

Aug 23, 2012 by

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the fact that we're all cows eating candy during the global liquidity drought and yet Central Bank 'farmers' can't see the ill-effects because the stock markets are at four year highs. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Dmitry Orlov about 2013: revolutionary travel advisories, economic and supply chain collapse and food stamp lines at Walmart.