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According to Jim Rogers in this video, the Japanese had a similar bailout scenario 18 years ago. The Japanese government refused to let Japanese businesses fail and Alan Greenspan had advised them to let the businesses fail. Why aren’t the Americans following Greenspan’s advice now? Betty then asks if there is a middle ground in […]

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Is it really time to get out of the U.S. dollar?

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One can’t help but think after watching this video: 1. Has Ben Bernake really been that wrong for several months or even years?  2. Is the United States really in that bad a situation? 3. Jim Rogers seems to agree with Peter Schiff in the idea that no bailout should be done so that the […]

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If the United States drops from its superpower status, will China replace it? Jim Rogers talks about China as if he is sure that China will succeed the U.S. He even goes to say that “they are among the best capitalists in the world”.

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Peter Schiff, whose contrarian opinions about bailouts and intervention as well as his predictions of the financial crisis we’ve featured quite often on this blog, has now been criticized publicly by Mike Shedlock of SitkaPacific Capital Management. In his article “Peter Schiff Was Wrong” on Mish, Shedlock lays some facts and arguments that he says not only […]

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Fareed Zakaria interviews Quantum Fund manager George Soros on CNN to hear his take on the ongoing financial crisis. Soros, promoted the term “Reflexivity” especially as it applies to economics: which describes the tendency for market trends to become self-fulfilling and propagate itself until it eventually becomes unstable and collapses on itself. He is also […]

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Former derivatives trader turned skeptical philosopher, Nassim Taleb, vents his frustration at the world financial system for allowing hindsight bias to fool them into a false sense of security which has now led to the worldwide financial crisis and recession. Taleb criticizes economists for relying on theoretical models that have little bearing on the real-world […]

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Ben Bernanke Takes Questions

Here is the current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke seen taking questions on January 13, 2009 after he gave his speech at the London School of Economics. He is the man who is always talked about by Jim Rogers and Peter Schiff when they disagree about the Federal Reserve’s actions. Watch the video clips and […]

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According to the youtube write-up, this interview was on March 19, 2008. At that time Jim Rogers was fed up with the Federal Reserve, are you?

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