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DOJ Wall Street – Get Rich Quick – Revolving Door$

December 12, 2017 By Aaron Kesel This is the fourth partial of an inquisitive series concerning the discouraging matter of Wall Street crimes stable by sovereign agents switching sides to strengthen their secret buddies’ “bizness” schemes by dispute of interests and “revolving doors.” In this segment, we’ll demeanour into apparent …

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After Trillions Mysteriously Go “Missing,” DoD Getting Audited for First Time in History

By Matt Agorist “The Defense Department is starting the first agency-wide financial review in its history,” the Pentagon’s news service pronounced this week, announcing that they are finally going to follow through with something they betrothed to do for years. Beginning in 1996 all sovereign agencies were mandated by law to …

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When Will Quiet Metals Markets Get the Catalyst They Need?

By Clint Siegner Fear and fervour drive the changed metals markets, but there hasn’t been much of possibly pulling bullion and china prices lately. Investors have grown sleepy of worrying about geopolitical events, ever augmenting sovereign debt ceilings and ever inflating equity bubbles. Meanwhile, miserly trend traders continue pier in …

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