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'They're desperate. It's a global bubble. And the markets believe they'll do anything to keep it going'

That means we are in for a bigger crash and deeper dislocation when it all comes to an end and the man who has made a career out of being the first to correctly call market bubbles has a good idea which will be the first central bank to crack.<p>Doug Noland of McAlvany Wealth Management has a long …

Taxpayers are still bailing out Wall Street, eight years later

Eight years after taxpayers rescued the U.S. financial system, some of the country's largest banks, including<p>JPMorgan Chase& Co. andWells Fargo& Co., continue to receive billions of dollars in bailout money, according to government data.<p>Wells Fargo is eligible for up to $1.5 billion in bailout …

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Ancient Alien Artifacts From Egypt Found In Jerusalem And Kept Secret By Rockfeller Museum

Alien and UFO hunters are puzzled with claims of significant ancient Egyptian artefacts discovered in Jerusalem house of famous Egyptologist Sir …

Paranormal

Physicists discover humans have souls

Religion and science need not be at loggerheads for, once again, science discovered something Christians have long believed — that we each have a …

Whoever Wins, Capitalism Will Survive

Don’t despair. Trump or Clinton may be a dismal choice. But the U.S. economy is resilient.<p>As Americans prepare to make what many see as a depressing choice between presidential candidates, they shouldn’t despair. Yes, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton don’t sound like wise stewards of economic …

Hillary Clinton

LORD TURNER: 'We may be at a turning point in the nature of capitalism'

In an interview with Business Insider, Lord Turner said: "We have an economic malaise where the capitalism system is not delivering as well or to enough people to maintain its legitimacy.<p>"There's a certain sort of equality of citizenship that requires that everybody does OK. I think that may …