Archive for the 'economy' Category

18 March, 2007

Posted by alex in economy, Edgar Steele, gold & silver at 4:50 am | Permanent Link

Like a Rock! (Market Update 7-5) by Edgar J. Steele March 16, 2007 My name is Edgar J. Steele. That’s how the dollar finished off the week. Dropping like a rock! It fell through 83.0 by the end of today’s trading, ending up at 82.94, which is where it will sit until Sunday afternoon when […]

28 February, 2007

Posted by alex in economy, Edgar Steele, Financial Column, stock markets at 11:14 pm | Permanent Link

by Edgar J. Steele My name is Edgar J. Steele. Aren’t you glad you hold physical silver? Sure it went down today – what’s more, it is getting really pasted in the overseas markets this evening. I hope it really dumps and gets down below $10 an ounce. Doubt that will happen, though. Probably $12 […]

10 January, 2007

Posted by alex in economy, Financial Column, George Lenz at 12:42 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz George Akerlof Since the 1960s many Western institutions of political, economic and social life were deconstructioned. The institutions that were once close and helpful to the people suddenly became alien and hostile, even though they often look the same and were staffed by the good-meaning and hard- working White people. As the […]

2 January, 2007

Posted by alex in economy, Financial Column, George Lenz at 7:52 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz The Fallacy of Hazlitt Our discussion of the negative income tax has provoked libertarians from Mises.org to re-publish a long-forgotten Henry Hazlitt’s essay, critical of negative income tax. Hazlitt, an American economist and WSJ reporter, who followed the tradition of Austrian school, was highly critical of both Milton Freedman and his idea […]

29 December, 2006

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, economy at 2:29 pm | Permanent Link

Dollar stores and check-cashers, as far as the eye can, broken only by public skools and strip clubs. Morning in AmeriKwa, itz.

18 December, 2006

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, economy, Edgar Steele, gold & silver at 6:26 am | Permanent Link

[Audio link] by Edgar J. Steele

16 December, 2006

Posted by alex in economy, globalization, New World Order at 3:28 pm | Permanent Link

[Globalization has been taught in American schools for decades. Despite what the prof says, globalization is a net negative for Whites. Globalization = dollar first, race last. Cheap goods and cheap people is not as good as dear goods and dear people. The people realize this, but the interests of the transnational elite, dominated and […]

12 December, 2006

Posted by alex in economy at 7:58 am | Permanent Link

Economic storm brewing in America By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard America’s stock markets typically start crumbling four months before each recession, anticipating the crunch in profits. Shares then grind relentlessly down for 10 months or so until they have on average knocked 26 per cent off the S&P 500 index, Wall Street’s listing of top companies.

23 November, 2006

Posted by alex in economy, Edgar Steele at 1:08 am | Permanent Link
20 September, 2006

Posted by alex in Arch Stanton, economy, German nationalists, Germany, gold & silver at 7:41 pm | Permanent Link

This from the Daily Reckoning: “If you want to see the advantage of gold in real-life action, then listen to this, from an essay written by Eric N. Young entitled “The Hyperinflation of Germany, July 1922-November 1923”. He writes that in 1923, at roughly the height of the Weimar inflation and the end of Reichmark, […]