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Predicting Crashes »

Posted on 14 Jun 2011 | 4,575 views
The Federal Reserve is Going Bankrupt According to Jim Rogers

Jim Rogers, who co-founded the Quantum Fund with George Soros, truly believes Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will end “Quantitative Easing“, as planned, at the end of the month. Ben Bernanke says he’s going to stop the Fed’s quantitative easing at QE2 — and he takes him at his word since he’s said it so many times, explains Jim Rogers.

Crash of 1929 »

Posted on 18 Apr 2011 | 5,581 views
Who Cashed Out Right Before the Stock Market Crash on October 29 1929

A few people profited in the run-up to the crash because they kept their greed in check. Sensing trouble ahead, “Speculators” Bernard Baruch and John Raskob got out of the market in early 1929 right before the stock market crash.

Stock Market Crashes »

Posted on 17 Apr 2011 | 7,801 views
The Stock Market Crash of 1929 was Engineered Through Conspiracy

The Federal Reserve System was created when Woodrow Wilson was President and was passed through congress on an unsuspecting American public. There were absolute guarantees that there would be no more boom and bust economic cycles because international bankers faithfully promised that from then on there would be only steady growth and perpetual prosperity.

Stock Market Crashes »

Posted on 15 Apr 2011 | 5,786 views
Millionaires and Taxes Before the 1929 Crash

The 1920s were fueled by “Easy Money” and was experiencing “Boom Times” like never before because the post-war recession was forgotten as everyone went on a spending spree. The “Introduction of Credit” in the 1920s, and not savings, enabled consumers to boost corporate profits to new levels.

Stock Market Crashes »

Posted on 14 Apr 2011 | 11,011 views
The Financial Bank Panic of 1907

After the demise of the second bank, state-chartered and uncharted “free banks” took root and these banks issued their own notes, redeemable in gold or silver. Though the National Banking Act, passed in 1863, tried to provide a measure of currency stability, bank runs and financial panics remained common into the early 20th century.