Remberto Latorre Artus
Remberto Latorre Artus
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Janet Yellen, a Dove Or a Lame Duck?

The incoming chairwoman of the Federal Reserve will be in charge of one of the largest Ponzi schemes in history.

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If Ben Bernanke Gets His Way, the Recession is Just Beginning

What goes up must come down, and every bubble must burst. Why does anyone really think the U.S. and EU economies will be any different?
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European Debt Crisis: Stop Pretending It's Capitalism's Fault

Monday's meeting of euro zone finance ministers agreed on another bailout round for Greece, which raises the question: Why will it be any different this time?
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Paul Krugman: Shrugs Off Long-Term Effects Of Deficit

Paul Krugman says he doesn't see why long-term concerns should influence today's budget policy, but no good can come of delay, so putting off obligations only worsen the deficit.
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Ben Bernanke and the Coming Dollar Crisis: How Fed Stimulus is Destroying the Economy

Although Ben Bernanke thinks his policies will lead to a sustainable recovery, monetary easing can only lead to disaster.
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Are We Headed For a Deeper Recession?

The same old bad incentives that flowed from the implicit guarantee that Uncle Sam will bail the banks out are very much in place today.

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Eric Schmidt to Sell $1.45bn in Google Shares: Are We Headed For a Correction?

Eric Schmidt is about to sell a massive amount of shares in Google. Will executives at other companies do the same, and are we in for a market correction?
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S&P Sued By U.S. For $5 Billion For Role in Crisis, But What About the Federal Reserve?

It is beyond argument that S&P was misleading investors about the quality of mortgage-backed securities, but the Federal Reserve is even more responsible for the crash than the ratings agency.
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Dow Jones 14,000 is Economic Illusion Created By the Federal Reserve

The Dow Jones hit 14,000 on Friday for the first time in five years. Unfortunately this latest rally has been driven by cheap money more than anything else.
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Gallup Poll Shows Americans Most Pessimistic About the Economy in 30 Years

Despite rising share prices on Wall Street, Americans are feeling incredibly negative toward their country's economic outlook. Is it justified?