Inflation vs Deflation and the Growing Currency War

What is inflation? What is Deflation? A look at inflation vs. deflation and how it affects us in our growing global currency war.

Is a Currency War Just Around the Corner?

In today’s “Global Outlook,” Bloomberg’s Mia Saini takes a look at the possibility of a currency war. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.”

Unemployment vs. Employment: What Really Matters

Is everything they tell you wrong? A true look at unemployment vs employment and what really matters: growing population and a declining workforce.

How Hidden Fees Swallow Gains in Managed Futures

Starting with a long-standing and successful fund in Florida to show the attraction of Managed Futures, Bloomberg’s Willem Marx travels to NYC, Austin, Chicago and London for interviews that explore how fees for some funds and their intermediaries can swallow up every cent of the trading gains over a ten year period.

Carson Block Vs. NQ Mobile

Bloomberg Television’s “Lunch Money” Host Adam Johnson reports on the battle between Muddy Waters’ Carson Block and NQ Mobile.  

More Carson Block Shorting: NQ Mobile

Muddy Waters Founder Carson Block discusses his outlook for NQ Mobile on Bloomberg Television after releasing a report on the lies being told. [youtube height=”326″ width=”580″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5A2E-wmZB8[/youtube]

Why Sex Workers are Celebrating Obamacare

For many sex workers, Obamacare will be their first opportunity for health insurance as adults. Watch the video as Laurie Segall reports on how sex workers are fighting for Obamacare.

How Leveraged is the Stock Market?

How leveraged is the stock market? A look at the record margin debt level of the NYSE vs. the S&P and what America pays in interest on its loans.

Scientists find gold growing on trees in Australia

Paper money doesn’t grow on trees but gold does! According to a a CSIRO study, gum trees in the region of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, have been able to absorb gold.

How the Government Borrows Money

A look at how the government borrows money, how money works, how the biggest paper asset bubble is being created, and a simple explanation on gold price.

U.S. Default by the Numbers: Who Owns American Debt?

Bloomberg Television’s “Lunch Money” Host Adam Johnson reports on U.S. government spending and takes a look at who owns American debt. [youtube height=”326″ width=”580″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ze0H8V7DCw[/youtube]

Another Country Trying to Move Away from the U.S. Dollar

Democratic Republic of Congo Prime Minister Matata Ponyo said his government plans to tax mining companies in local currency in an attempt to “drastically reduce” dollarization in the economy within three years.