A look at why banks are being forced into creating the ultimate stock market bubble, and a look into past Equedia Letters to explain market performance.
The subprime crisis Obama is allowing but doesn’t want you to know, a shocking employment statistic, how QE really works Canadian housing numbers, the truth about the stock market’s rise and the amount of money borrowed by hedge funds (it’s a BIG number), the amount of borrowed money it takes to achieve $1 of GDP activity
U.S. securities regulators announced they have awarded an insane $14 million whistleblower incentive to a whistleblower who helped with an investigation.
Why the Fed didn’t taper and the numbers behind their target goals of inflation and unemployment, and how many jobs are needed to reach 6.5% unemployment.
Julianna Goldman reports on the difficulty in destroying chemical weapons. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”
Bloomberg’s David Ingles reports on the huge fines for JP Morgan for trying to conceal it’s trading losses from investors. He speaks to Zeb Eckert on Bloomberg Television’s “First Up.”
A look at the growing battle between American President Barrack Obama vs. Russian President Vladimr Putin and why the Syria conflict is just beginning.
JPMorgan recently said it will not be accepting new private student loan applications. That’s proof there is a student loan bubble boiling.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discusses the NSA data requests and user privacy at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 event.
Bloomberg Contributing Editor Richard Falkenrath discusses Sarin gas and the Syria conflict.