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The Road to Recovery: The Global Financial Crisis and You

We recently held a poll for our readers to find out how 2009 was treating them and whether they felt things were getting better. Is the road to recovery real and how are people now seeing the global financial crisis?

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Credit Crisis: Jon Stewart interviews Peter Schiff on The Daily Show

In “Crash Proof”, you can learn how inflation REALLY happens, what’s REALLY happening with the bailouts and credit crisis, this book (and indeed the interviews) will certainly provide you with some more understanding.

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Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge”: Wall Street’s Failed Obsession

The obscene salaries of Wall Street bankers and company bosses have been exposed for the farce and shareholder rip off that they truly are. Companies of all types have been plundered by these thieves for far too long in their obsession for short term gain at the long term expense of the companies they were supposed to be looking after. They all forgot the shareholders.

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What Does $1 trillion Look Like?

With all the talk of bailouts, huge amounts of money are being tossed around like bread crumbs to the birds – both metaphorically and actually. So, with images created by PageTutor.com, we’ve created this video so that you can get to visually see what one trillion dollars looks like.

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What the !@$%…? When Does a Recession Become a Depression?

The word “Depression” instantly conjures up black and white images of people waiting in line for bread and soup in America from the Great Depression 1920’s and 1930’s, when the world economy plunged dramatically. The effects were felt in pretty much every country, rich or poor, and international trade decreased by approximately half to two-thirds, as did personal income, tax revenues, prices and profits.

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One Step Closer to the Workers Paradise? Karl Marx, Communism and Now

“Owners of capital will stimulate working class to buy more and more of expensive goods, houses and technology, pushing them to take more and more expensive credits, until their debt becomes unbearable. The unpaid debt will lead to bankruptcy of banks, which will have to be nationalized, and the State will have to take the road which will eventually lead to communism.”

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The MASTERPLAN Part 5: Capitalism, Nationalization & Executive Pay Limits (with podcast)

The philosophical debate needs to be had in the US and when economic models of other countries are considered (especially the countries that end up getting through the crisis with the least downside). The US must look at what it has done, is doing and plans to do, and must be smart enough to shift to an economic model which is far more understanding. The true capitalist model is incapable of covering all of the needs of the population.

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The MASTERPLAN Part 2: Credit Cards, Consumer Credit & Endless Economic Growth (with podcast)

Australians owe approximately $45 billion AUD on credit cards and is ranked as the third most indebted nation in the world when comparing total household debt to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), behind the UK and the US. … Who hasn’t seen a television commercial offering credit cards with low introductory interest rates on balance transfers (except for cash withdrawals which instantly are charged at the top rate) to entice people to further increase their personal debts?

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A New Meaning to Long-Term Car Parking (with podcast)

The attraction of working in Dubai has always been strong.  Who wouldn’t have been tempted? – tax free earnings, luxurious properties and cars – a lifestyle to dream of!

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Luxury Sydney Developer In Receivership

A $80 million AUD luxury development in Point Piper, Sydney, has been handed over to the banks after two of the companies for which property tycoon Michael Bezzina was associated, Caprice Pty Ltd and Pyoanee Pty Ltd, were place in receivership. Located in Point Piper, Mr Bezzine was expecting to achieve $14 million AUD for […]

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