Investmentwatchblog.com January 7th, 2013 CREDIT SUISSE: 8 Key Indicators Suggest A Stock Market Selloff Is Near Credit Suisse Global Equity Strategist Andrew Garthwaite and his team are taking a bit of stock market exposure off the table after the recent run-up in the S&P 500 over the past month. Garthwaite warns clients in a... »
Archive for January 8th, 2013
TRADER ALERT: Powerful “Indicators” Suggest A Stock Market Selloff And Inflation Could Be Just Around The Corner And More Market Experts Start Getting Worried. NOW The Fed Is Showing Financial Fear!
Pro-Gun Advocate Alex Jones Goes Completely Berserk On Piers Morgan’s Show: ’1776 Will Commence Again!’
Brett LoGiurato BusinessInsider.com Jan. 7, 2013 CNN host Piers Morgan had radio host Alex Jones on his show tonight to talk about his role in creating a petition to deport Morgan because of his views on gun control in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. The interview... »
Overworldmag.blogspot.com MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 2013 You would think that a company that gets bailed out by the government of the United States of America would have enough dignity to at least respect its constitution… Think again. In April 2012 Kelly McMillan, owner of McMillan arms reported that Bank of America began terminating business with... »
By GARY MARBUT Flatheadnewsgroup.com Sunday, January 6, 2013 Editor’s note: The following was sent to Montana’s congressional delegation on behalf of the Montana Shooting Sports Association. Because there is much discussion among gun owners of Montana about proposals by Sen. Diane Feinstein and others for Congress to enact various types of gun control, I... »
by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com 01/07/2013 Beginning with Malthus’ warning to the world and the Great Irish famine, David McWilliams (of Punk Economics) provides his typically succinct, profoundly fascinating, and graphically pleasing insights on the state of the global food economy. “What happens when hungry people panic?” is the question McWilliams poses; “they move to... »