Monthly Archive:: August 2012

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Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.31.12

By Greg Hunter’s  There’s a new U.N. report out that claims Iran has doubled its number of uranium enrichment machines.  This does not bode well for diplomacy in settling the standoff over Iran’s nuclear program which is largely being done

Real Estate Turnaround?

By Greg Hunter’s  There was some good news released yesterday by the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller home price index.  Residential housing prices rose .5% year-over-year for the first time since June of 2010.  In a press release, David M. Blitzer, Chairman

Ron Hera-We’re at 2008 crash levels

Greg Hunter’s “We’re at 2008 crash levels,” says Ron Hera of   Hera thinks, “The dollar has been artificially strong . . . the dollar is due for a sharp decline.” 

Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.24.12

Greg Hunter’s  Remember how I’ve been telling you there is no real recovery?  Dr. Marc Faber said this week he thinks there is now a “100% chance” of a global recession.  How can Faber make this call and we have

Nick Barisheff – $10,000 Gold within 5 Years

Greg Hunter’s  Nick Barisheff is an investment pro with a 30 year track record.  He manages more than $500 million in physical gold, silver and platinum.  He has a new book coming out titled “$10,000 Gold: Why Gold’s Inevitable Rise

Greg Mannarino – People Are Going to Suffer on a Biblical Scale

By Greg Hunter’s  Greg Mannarino is a former Bear Stearns floor trader in the mid 1990’s.  He has written seven books on the ongoing financial crisis.  His latest is called “The Politics of Money.”  Mannarino is a rising star on

Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.17.12

By Greg Hunter’s  The Middle East is in the spot light again this week, and it’s all because of continued talk of war.  Matan Vilnai, an Israeli defense minister, said Israel is “ready as never before.”  He’s talking about a

The Next One will be the Big One

By Greg Hunter’s  I don’t see how anyone could say the financial system is stable.  The facts say it is anything but well-balanced and steady.  The Western world is in crisis with Europe leading the way over the financial cliff.

One-on-One with Professor William Black

By Greg Hunter’s  Professor William Black is an outspoken critic of Wall Street.  Black, a former bank regulator and professor of law and economics, says, “Outright fraud caused the great recession, and they are able to do it now with

Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.10.12

By Greg Hunter’s  There’s a new U.S. intelligence report that is raising urgency over Iran’s nuclear program.  The White House has, once again this week, reaffirmed its commitment to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.  Commenting on the new information,

Greg Hunter-Financial Survival Network Interview

By Greg Hunter’s The Financial Survival Network (FSN) invited me on to talk about the state of journalism in the mainstream media (MSM).  People are largely in the dark about what is really going on in the world today and are

Charles Biderman-What else is there besides gold?

By Greg Hunter’s  Charles Biderman, CEO of Trim Tabs Investment Research, says, “If Europe, the U.S and Japan are all printing money to pay bills, what else is there besides gold?”  Everone should be holding physical gold in their portfolio.  

Is Silver Manipulation Case Being Dropped?

By Greg Hunter’s  Lots of news out this week about the silver manipulation case being dropped by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) with zero action.  The first of several stories was put out by the Financial Times on Monday. 

One-on-One with Eric Sprott

By Greg Hunter’s  Eric Sprott of Sprott Asset Management is one of the best performing money managers with returns topping 20% for more than a decade.  He has $10 billion under management, and it’s no secret Mr. Sprott is a

Weekly News Wrap-Up 8.3.12

By Greg Hunter’s  Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said to his top generals, “We’ll be at war within weeks.”  The quote and story comes from, a credible source.  Meanwhile, this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly told