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Stocks Slump On Boehner's "No Substantive Progress" Reality Check

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/29/2012 - 11:48 We are stunned... S&P 500 futures traded 1415 when Boehner began speaking. By the end of his first paragraph we had dropped 8 points and gone red for the day...and further...


  • *BOEHNER SAYS `THE WHITE HOUSE HAS TO GET SERIOUS'
  • *BOEHNER SAYS DEMOCRATS `COMFORTABLE' GOING OVER FISCAL CLIFF
  • *BOEHNER SAYS `NO SUBSTANTIVE PROGRESS' MADE IN TALKS
  • *BOEHNER SAYS DEMOCRATS RULING OUT `SENSIBLE SPENDING CUTS'
  • *BOEHNER SAYS DOESN'T KNOW WHAT WHITE HOUSE WILLING TO DO
It seems the algos are not amused...

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Thu, 11/29/2012 - 11:58 | 3020829 new AlaricBalth
The culture of entitlement in the US is too embedded in our societal DNA and anything less than draconian cuts to transfer payments and massive tax increases will not make a dent. Actuarially, the numbers just do not add up and the raison d'etre has to do with demographics and a lack of true political intestinal fortitude from the right and the left. The culmination of this budgetary farce will be another contrivance solely designed to kick the can down the road for another extended time period. In essence, politicians from both sides of the aisle are simply delaying a decision in the hope that it will resolve itself or perhaps someone else will come along later to fix this untenable issue.
The truth of the matter is, that there is no solution and those who wield the reigns of power in Washington and on Wall Street know it.

Thu, 11/29/2012 - 12:01 | 3020787 new TruthInSunshine
Whisper rumor that Obamney's teleprompter is being warmed up.
They're going to throw some algobot machine language tempting buzzwords out from the POTUS podium for some quick & nasty, hot HFT uptick love.

Thu, 11/29/2012 - 11:55 | 3020800 new algol_dog
Go over the cliff. Best thing that could happen ....
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What Is Obama So Afraid Of?

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/29/2012 - 12:48

This memo on the official whitehouse.gov website was released the other day and as Mike Kriger notes, it deserves wider discussion. It implies that the Obama Administration may be very worried about the truth getting out about all of their crimes, potentially via leaks from high places. Read it for yourself, but the language is pretty clear.


Thu, 11/29/2012 - 12:52 | 3021076 redpill
Truth is treason in the empire of lies
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29 November 2012

Hyperinflation and the Pernicious Myth of Modern Monetary Theory: Dollar Vigilantes

"One might argue that when the government has to find a private sector buyer for its debt first, rather than selling the debt directly to the central bank, that imposes a certain degree of market discipline on fiscal policy. But it’s hard to see that there is all that much of a disciplinary bonus here.

When a central bank announces that it is prepared to buy government securities, the announcement automatically guarantees an eager private sector market for the securities – if there wasn’t one already. If dealers know that they can promptly re-sell newly purchased securities to the central bank, at some amount over the purchase price no matter how low, then they know they can make a profit from the purchase...

This is why we have no need to worry about those dreaded bond vigilantes in a country like the US that controls its own currency and monetary operations. To the extent that the Fed signals it is willing to buy US debt aggressively, the Treasury can set almost any price it wants for its debt. So it’s not just that there is no insolvency threat haunting US public debt. There is also not a bond vigilante attack threat – not unless the Fed allows that attack to occur."

New Economic Perspectives, Neoliberal Mythologies
The limit of the Fed’s ability to monetize sovereign debt is the value of the dollar and its acceptance, at value, for the exchange of goods in a non-compulsory environment. And there is nothing neo-liberal about this. I don't like the neo-liberal approach, but this notion of pain-free monetization is nuts.

If one chooses to not worry so much about the ‘bond vigilantes,’ history suggest that they may well have a care for what I would call the ‘dollar vigilantes.’

The Fed may be hard pressed to buy dollars with — dollars.

The problem with such an approach is that one can ignore the risk for a time, trusting to probability and chance, but when the possible becomes more likely with repetition, it often results in a disaster. It is sort of like driving while texting, eating street food in Asia, or being a non-insider customer at the Comex.

In a increasingly Machiavellian way, they could set up a reciprocity with another central bank or two, say, the BofE and BofJ, and perhaps even the ECB, and I think this has been done even if informally in the past.

But the limitations are still there, even if hidden in a fog of financial engineering. Such an arrangement, which I think exists somewhat informally today, is merely kicking the can of currency failure down the road.
"This is why we have no need to worry about those dreaded bond vigilantes in a country like the US that controls its own currency and monetary operations."
Overt monetization only works for a protracted period in a system in which one has political control over everyone who uses that currency. The logical outcome of a dollar regime with monetization is a bid for a one world government where a false vision of reality can be enforced with -- force. Force and fraud are the instruments of economic tyranny.

Hence we are in what is called 'the currency war' wherein the US dollar monetarists are attempting to impose their will on the rest of the world.

Blatant exposure is the most dreaded pitfall of any Ponzi scheme. A fiat currency is based on confidence, and the monetary magicians can hardly show their hands, directly monetizing debt without any independent restraint, for fear of provoking a panic.

That is the policy error that is also known as 'hyperinflation,' a break in confidence in a currency that is analogous to a 'run on the bank.' It is the case for hyperinflation which I am watching, and still give a low probability. I am fairly sure that even Zimbabwe Ben would not fall for such an obvious trap. But the craven dissembling of Alan Greenspan was also hard to imagine, until it happened.

Instances of Hyperinflation from Diocletian to Bernanke


There are other ways to deal with unpayable debts than merely printing money. A novel idea is to make the issuers and holders of the bonds bear the negative effects of their bad judgement, as in the case of Iceland. But the Banks will always try to shift the burden, which they have created, to the financially illiterate and the weak.

And the problem is not even so much the Fed's propensity to stimulation in the manner of Keynes. The problem is that they are pouring the stimulus into an unreformed rathole of corruption, in the manner of sending aid to a country where it is intercepted by thieves and regional warlords, with little reaching the people.

The US does not have a spending problem so much as it has a 'corrupt financial system problem,' a 'wealth inequality problem with a stagnant wage base,' an 'unsustainable healthcare model problem,' and 'a free trade without adequate domestic policy based boundaries problem.' It was not all that long ago that the US was holding a small annual surplus. What changed was financial deregulation with the financialization of the economy, the easing of trade conditions, concentration of corporate power, tax cuts for the wealthiest, a corrupting political campaign bubble, and unfunded discretionary wars with their associated profiteering.

Forcing small business and workers to compete with state directed slave labor while maintaining a social system founded on private business and median worker wages is insane. The capitalists are not yet selling them the rope, but they are certainly selling them the 97%, and with them the bulk of their customer demand over time.

Perhaps the biggest problem is, as Lord Acton observed, that when you have a concentration of power, men with the mentality of gangsters have taken control. And the US financial system and corporate structure are highly concentrated based on historical standards, resembling the worst of the gilded age of robber barons, or some third world oligarchy in which the people live in voiceless misery.

In summary, I call this 'just monetize the debt without restraint' alternative the “pernicious myth of modern monetary theory.” There are quite a few examples of how this sort of other worldly myth, like the efficient market hypothesis, the Black-Scholes risk model, and the benefits of unrestricted trade, have turned out in the past. When you crush the reality out of a model with a few key assumptions that allow you to obtain a license to do what you will, you often open a Pandora's Box.

I am not suggesting that the current debt based currency system is optimal, not at all. The continual theme here is that the financial system is broken, and that it is based on an unsustainable US dollar regime, and the excesses of money creation through credit expansion by private banks. But to merely shift the corruption from the banks to their partners in the government Treasury is hardly a viable solution.

The answer, as I calculate it, is transparency and reform, and equal justice for all, with malice towards none, in the rule of law. That is an ideal never fully achievable, but that is the benchmark, and one that is worth pursuing, It is sustainable if held close, and continually renewed. That is the spirit of the American experiment in equality and freedom, and is something worth fighting for.
“The man who is admired for the ingenuity of his larceny is almost always rediscovering some earlier form of fraud. The basic forms are all known, have all been practiced. The manners of capitalism improve. The morals may not.”

John Kenneth Galbraith, The Age of Uncertainty


"Gentlemen! I too have been a close observer of the doings of the Bank of the United States. I have had men watching you for a long time, and am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the breadstuffs of the country.

When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank. You tell me that if I take the deposits from the bank and annul its charter I shall ruin ten thousand families. That may be true, gentlemen, but that is your sin!

Should I let you go on, you will ruin fifty thousand families, and that would be my sin! You are a den of vipers and thieves. I have determined to rout you out, and by the Eternal, (bringing his fist down on the table) I will rout you out."

Andrew Jackson, Andrew Jackson and the Bank of the United States (1928) by Stan V. Henkels

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Börsen-Talk: «Boden ist gelegt für Jahresendrally»

30.11.12, 06:00 - VIDEO

Von Daniel Hügli - Für cash-Guru Alfred Herbert setzen die Börsen zu einem Galopp bis Ende Jahr an, wie er im cash-Börsen-Talk sagt. Er nennt seine Aktienfavoriten und erzählt von den Eindrücken seiner jüngsten Asienreise. mehr »
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Palästinas Uno-Anerkennung Triumph über den Erzfeind Israel

Pyrrhussieg in der Uno: Palästinas Aufwertung zum beobachtenden Nicht-Mitgliedstaat ist zwar ein diplomatischer Triumph. Doch der Schritt dürfte den Nahost-Friedensprozess eher behindern - Israel und die USA sind brüskiert. Von Marc Pitzke, New York mehr... [ Video | Forum ]

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Angeblicher WikiLeaks-Informant "Ich fühlte mich wie ein Tier im Käfig"

Knapp ein Jahr wurde der Verdächtige unter schikanösen Bedingungen in Haft gehalten. Er fürchtete zu sterben, bis er schließlich verlegt wurde. Bei einer Voranhörung zu seinem Prozess hat der mutmaßliche WikiLeaks-Informant Bradley Manning am dritten Tag erstmals selbst das Wort ergriffen. mehr... [ Forum ]
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SP 500 and NDX Futures Daily Charts - Free Money, Teen Spirit

Stocks had been largely higher on the day as GDP came in revised upwards from 2.0 to 2.7 percent growth. It was reassuring, especially if one did not look closely at the details.

Boehner came out later in the day, shaking the fiscal cliff shibboleth at the markets, causing them to dip quickly. One must presume that the Dems are playing hardball, as well they might.

In intraday commentary I speculate in passing that El Cliffo may be the wrapping paper for the next 'offer the people cannot refuse' from the Bankers and the mavens of privilege, in the manner of TARP.

I also, once again, outline the parameters for how hyperinflation might occur, and the latest in economic fairy tales being promulgated by the financiers and generation koolaid, money for nothing, and chicks for free.

The parade of pigmen between New York and Washington smells like teen spirit. O brave new world, that has such people in it.

Have a pleasant evening.











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Doug Casey: The US Is Now The United (Police) State Of America

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/29/2012 - 22:03

Doug Casey often gets letters from angry readers who accuse him of hating America, disloyalty, and perhaps even treason. The truth is that he loves the idea that was America. It's the United State it has become for which he has nothing but contempt. Where to begin? ...the US Constitution was essentially a coup; the delegates to what we now call the Constitutional Convention were not empowered to replace the existing government – only to improve upon the Articles of Confederation between the then-independent states. The framers of the Constitution drafted it with the notion of a national government already in place, but calmed fears of loss of state sovereignty by calling the new government the "United States of America" – a verbal sleight of hand that worked for over half a century. Then the southern states decided to exercise what these words imply, their right to leave the union... and as the government becomes more powerful, it's completely predictable that everything – including the justice system – will become ever more politicized... As great as a US citizen's risk is in the marketplace these days, the greatest single risk to their wealth and health is the government.

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Thu, 11/29/2012 - 22:42 | 3022731 new alfred b.
In the 1990's, Democracy in America was wounded....and died very early in the 21st century. All that remains is the debauchery of the bankster ruling class.
Buy physical gold and silver!
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The Millionaire Man Exodus: What Obama Can Learn From The UK's "Tax The Rich" Plan

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/29/2012 - 17:09

Regardless if the Fiscal Cliff is resolved tomorrow (impossible), on December 31 (unlikely), or in tandem with the debt ceiling hike some time in March 2013, after all the government fund buffers have been soaked dry as they were back in August 2011 (most likely), one thing is certain: America's wealthiest are about to see their taxes soar - that's more or less a given. The question is what happens then. Will, the wealthiest - those who have access to and can buy banking, incorporation, citizenship and legal services in any global jurisdiction in a world that has never been this decentralized and this , take it all quietly up until that point on the Laffer curve says they will commit mass suicide, or maybe, just maybe, because they don't feel like being force to pay uncle Sam even more than they currently do with the proceeds not used for something constructive like paying down debt, but instead to fund government corruption and inefficiency, they will pick up and leave without saying goodbye or even looking back, and in the process crush future US government tax revenues even more and send the deficit soaring more. "No risk in that", many will say - after all where can they go? Well, apparently many places. Because if the UK, where as the Telegraph reports a stunning two-thirds of domestic millionaires opted to leave the country than pay a "punitive" 50% tax, is any indication it is possible that the imminent tax hike on America's wealthiest is going to be one of the most destructive things that can happen to America's already unsustainable budget deficit.

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Thu, 11/29/2012 - 17:16 | 3022025 new LawsofPhysics
Unless these folks are going to mars, it won't matter. The earth is drowning on debt.

Thu, 11/29/2012 - 18:17 | 3022208 new LostAtSea
The crooks are staying...they run the government. The honest ones will and are leaving. Just because they have money does not make them guilty.

Thu, 11/29/2012 - 17:21 | 3022041 buzzsaw99
message to criminal maggot billionaire kleptocrat assholes: don't come back!




Thu, 11/29/2012 - 17:57 | 3022152 jimmytorpedo
Taxes are just a boot on your throat when they print 40bn a month. Taxes are about control, not raising revenue. It's not just the rich who are fleeing amerika, all the poor mexicans are running the border, the other way. You don't need to have money to flee tyranny, just morals. That little voice in your head, you got that for free, just like an obamaphone!
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'WE WILL CONTINUE OUR FIGHT'
Assange Blasts U.S. On 2nd Anniversary Of Cable Leak... War On Terror 'A Mockery Of International Law'... Alleged Whistleblower Bradley Manning 'Highlighted Astonishing Examples Of U.S. Subversion'... Manning Trial Begins




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    The NSA is absolutely the largest criminal and terrorist organization on earth. They are well rooted within and funded by the U.S. government, who suckers it's meek and subserveant citizens in tax revenues for the NSA existence. And, bye the way, the NSA isn't on the president's table for budget cuts either, while your entitlement programs are. But what is really amazing, life goes on in America, and nothing is ever done about it. It is on par with the Pakistanis allowing the Taliban and Al Qaeda to exist in their country. But, Americans are notoriously too inane to understand that.
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«In der Scharia haben wir die perfekten Menschenrechte»

Strafen im Islam seien gerecht und fair, sagt der Islam-Gelehrte Samir al-Sheik. Die Scharia müsse die Basis der neuen ägyptischen Verfassung bilden. Mehr...

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Jean Roth - 09:00 Uhr
Perfekten Menschenrechte, das stimmt - wenn man Moslem ist. Dann wird auch die Tradition respektiert, das Rückständig sein und natürlich auch das jeglichen Fortschritt ablehnen.Akzeptiert wird auch, dass alles vorgegeben ist im Islam, dass der "Gläubige" selbst gar nichts mehr denken muss. Festhalten auch daran, dass Frauen und Nichtmoslems Wesen 2.Klasse sind, ähnlich wie Tiere.

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29. November 2012 um 23:33
Mitteldeutscher sagt:
Ich kann nur noch staunen. Erst kümmert sich die Deutsche Bundesbank wieder öffentlichkeitswirksam um das ausgelagerte Gold, nun gibt es von Weidmann diese Äußerungen. Die Hoffnung stirbt bekanntlich zuletzt. Herr Weidmann nehmen Sie bitte Abstand von Badewannen in der Schweiz, vom Fallschirmsport und persönlich gelelnkten Phaetons!


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