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As Puerto Rico officially defaulted Monday, SilverDoctors was in San Juan for a first-hand view…   The bankers seemed to be treating Monday the same as any normal day:   What you won’t see in the recorded interviews (as everyone refused to be videotaped due to security concerns) is that underneath the facade, the crisis comes […] The post Puerto Rico Defaults- SD’s Coverage From San Juan’s Financial District appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Its not your average silver investor leading this massive rally in gold and silver…   From the SRSRocco Report: While the prices of the precious metals have popped recently, it’s more important to focus on the mid to long term fundamental reasons to own gold and silver.  I spoke with Kenneth Ameduri at Crush the […] The post Silver & Gold Rally Led By China As They Take Over Pricing appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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“…And Nobody Has the F***ing Balls to Do Anything About it:“   Buy Silver Coins at SDBullion   Exclusive: Puerto Rico’s Debt Default “100% Caused By CORRUPTION” With Puerto Rico officially defaulting today on a $422 Million payment to creditors, The Doc flew in to San Juan for a boots-on-the-ground view on the island’s debt […] The post *Exclusive- Puerto Rico’s Debt Default: “It’s All Corruption…” appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Victory is nigh, friends. Here I STAND! As silver prepares to cross the 18 dollar mark, I declare that the days of metal crushing/stomach churning/call option-destroying are over! And 5 years after May 1st 2011, I say without hesitancy: SILVER STACKERS on the 5TH YEAR LOOK TO THE EAST (SGE)…. IT IS ON!!!!   Submitted […] The post Smoke Signals: The Return of King Silver! appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Wall Street Stock Loans Drain $1 Billion a Year From German Taxpayers by Cezary Podkul, ProPublica, and Allan Sloan, The Washington Post, May 3, 2016, 7:59 a.m. Update, May. 3, 2016: After publication of our joint investigation, Germany’s Commerzbank said […] The post Wall Street Stock Loans Drain $1 Billion a Year From German Taxpayers appeared first on ValueWalk.

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I believe this is an absolute fraud as there is no way these guys can locate 20 tonnes of gold in 24 hrs!!   ANOTHER RAID TODAY AS THE OI ON GOLD WAS JUST TOO HIGH FOR OUR CROOKS/SILVER OI IS DECLINING/EU SLASHES GROWTH AND THAT FORCES ALL OF EUROPEAN STOCKS SOUTHBOUND/CHINESE PMI IN CONTRACTIONARY […] The post Harvey Organ: No Way These Guys Can Locate 20 Tonnes of Gold in 24 Hours! appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Legendary gold trader Jim Sinclair is ready to sue the pants off the gold and silver manipulators…   Buy Silver Coins and Bars at SDBullion Submitted by Legendary Gold Trader Jim Sinclair, JSMineset:   I believe after careful consideration, we have found the structure and method of winning in litigation against market manipulators. Billions of […] The post “$Billions Are a Potential Recovery”: Jim Sinclair Prepares Massive Litigation Against Manipulators appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Back in March, Japan's Global Pension Investment Fund appointed Norihiro Takahashi as its new president. Few paid much attention to it, but it may very well end up being one of the most significant events that occurred as we look back in twelve to eighteen months. The GPIF manages roughly $1.2 trillion in assets, with over 60% currently allocated domestically between equity and fixed income. Given the state of the stock market and the negative interest rate policy in Japan, it would make

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#Breaking: Ted Cruz drops out of the 2016 presidential race https://t.co/7eshI3SCbQ pic.twitter.com/fO5Q3c4hBi — CNN (@CNN) May 4, 2016   Ted Cruz drops out of the 2016 presidential race: "We are suspending our campaign" https://t.co/e9c4dkjYeB https://t.co/Uqiezjh6U0 — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) May 4, 2016   As Politico reports, Ted Cruz is quitting the presidential race, according to campaign manager Jeff Roe, ending one of the best-organized campaigns of

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Submitted Op-Ed via RT.com, The current economic system is designed to fail, but so was socialism. That’s according to former GOP Congressman Ron Paul, who told RT’s Boom Bust show that we need to go toward a system of property ownership, voluntary contracts and individual liberty, while getting rid of central banks. Ron Paul begins at 14:35... A new Harvard University poll shows that 51 per cent of young adults aged 18-29 oppose capitalism in its current form. RT: Do you

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Submitted by Mike "Mish" Shedlock License To Steal: Italy’s Highest Court Rules “Theft Not A Crime If Hungry” In a ruling sure to heighten migration tensions in the EU, Italy’s highest court rules “Theft Not a Crime if Hungry“. Stealing small amounts of food to stave off hunger is not a crime, Italy’s highest court of appeal has ruled.   Judges overturned a theft conviction against Roman Ostriakov after he stole cheese and sausages worth €4.07 (£3; $4.50) from a

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Almost three years ago, a team of pro bono attorneys (D. Gill Sperlein, Paul Alan Levy, Gary Krupkin and Neal Hoffman) took up the defense of Jeffrey DeShong, an HIV-positive blogger who had been served a bogus trademark infringement lawsuit by Clark Baker, a retired LAPD officer who spends his free time defending people who have hidden their HIV-positive status from sexual partners. Baker had no legal basis for his claims, but was obviously hoping airy claims of Lanham Act violations based

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Apparently, Europeans need to do 'studies' to show that markets are rigged.  See the study here.  In Summary: We examine stock index and Treasury futures markets around releases of U.S. macroeconomic announcements. Seven out of 21 market-moving announcements show evidence of substantial informed trading before the official release time. Prices begin to move in the “correct” direction about 30 minutes before the release time. The pre-announcement price drift accounts on

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The 'odd' regime shift in the relationship between USDJPY and US equities continues overnight. Following some visible-handedness and follow-through momentum, Yen is weakening against the USD - normally a big flashing green sign for risk-on pajama traders but China's biggest Yuan devaluation in 9 months (since the August turmoil) seems to have stolen the jam out of the bull's donut as US equity futures extend losses, AsiaPac credit risk jumps, and USD strength is weighing on crude prices. China

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By EconMatters   People don`t realize the magnitude of all the Oil Producing Countries with declining Production Rates, and trending the wrong direction compared with the consistent and steady rise in Global Oil Demand Growth. The Oil Market is going to 'unbalance' in the opposite direction over the next 12 months, and start heading south fast over the next five years. The US probably needs to increase Oil Production to 12 Million Barrels per day in five years just to keep up with

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Stop us if you've heard this one before: a new study has found that the "Internet of Things" may bring some added convenience, but at the high price of severe security vulnerabilities. Researchers at the University of Michigan say they've uncovered (pdf) some major new vulnerabilities in Samsung's SmartThings platform that could allow an attacker to unlock doors, modify home access codes, create false smoke detector alarms, or put security and automation devices into vacation mode. Researchers

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Robert Litt, General Counsel for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, has been given space at the Yale Law Review Journal to publish his citable article "Why Everyone's Wrong About the Fourth Amendment." Or, as Litt would like us to refer to it: Preferred Citation: Robert S. Litt, The Fourth Amendment in the Information Age, 126YALE L.J. F. 8 (2016), http://www.yalelawjournal.org/forum/fourth-amendment-information-age. To be fair, Litt never says we're all wrong about the

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In the US, you can be given a gun and a chance to catch bullets for your country at age 18. Three years after that, the US government will finally allow you to purchase your own alcohol. At 21, you can finally be the "adult" in "adult beverages." Except in some states. Some states tie booze purchases to morality. (I mean, even more so. It's subject everywhere to "sin taxes.") As we covered here earlier, the state of Idaho says adults can drink booze and watch movies meant for mature

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Back in late 2014, we wrote about Twitter suing the US government over whether or not it was allowed to publish just how many National Security Letters and FISA Court orders it receives in its transparency report. This came after a bunch of other tech companies had settled a similar lawsuit with an agreement that they could reveal certain "bands" of numbers, rather than the specific number. It still boggles the mind that merely revealing the number of NSLs and/or FISC orders received would

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Back in March, Mike moderated a panel at RightsCon on the subject of intermediary liability and the delicate balancing act that platform providers have to play on that front, with lawyers from Meetup, Change.org, and Medium. This week, in lieu of a regular podcast episode we've got a recording of that discussion, which delves deeply into some of the difficult choices companies like this have to make. Follow the Techdirt Podcast on Soundcloud, subscribe via iTunes, or grab the RSS feed.

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Remember Hadopi? Back when the legacy copyright players were totally focused on kicking individuals off the internet via a "three strikes" program, France and its former President Nicolas Sarkozy, married to a musician, was the first to embrace the idea of kicking casual file sharers off the internet (we'll leave aside the fact that Sarkozy was a mass infringer himslef). The program that was built up around the plan was eventually called Hadopi, and created a big bureaucracy to send out

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