Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Are we becoming slaves of the financial institutions that gamble with our money? Are we rolling over and play dead when Chinese, German and other banks come asking for money that they loaned us so easily? No, my friends, we should not. Let’s have judges and justice departments all over the globe check in the cloudy and murky waters of the hedge funds. Let's demand from our politicians, left and right, to return to the kind of legislation that did NOT allow banks to gamble, but to simply keep our deposits in TRUST, secure and safe. [more...]
Posted by Sandy Frazier at 6:56 AM
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The USA is now ranked 10th in the world in business competitiveness, and in economic freedom, falling behind countries such as Chile and Mauritius. In 2008, I was furious at the fact that we were ranked 5th in the world and offered free market ideas to turn the nation around. Instead we took a sharp left turn. We are now fast becoming a socialist state that takes a back seat to ridiculous government spending that is turning us into a Nanny State. Chris We must change our course immediately lest we go into a socialist death spiral that will be almost impossible to reverse.
Posted by Sandy Frazier at 11:59 AM
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
2012 will be the most interesting, significant, exciting, and frightening year in U.S. and perhaps world history. The EU economic collapse will accelerate. Not only are most major European banks insolvent but so are entire EU countries. Eventually this will lead to a massive European economic depression, which will eventually lead to the breakup of the EU and the end of the euro. [more of Wayne's 2012 predictions here...]
Posted by Sandy Frazier at 6:01 AM
"Watchdog on Wall Street" Christopher Markowski, political and economic expert and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, says, "The year is 2012 and the world is seemingly walking a tight rope. From the upcoming election to the never ending European soap opera, our ballooning national debt, China, Venezuela and North Korea to top it all off. What should investors do with such an uncertain and tenuous future?" Call for interviews with Christopher Markowski to find out.
Posted by Sandy Frazier at 5:53 AM