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"Keep calm and carry on."
~ British government advice regarding the possibility of invasion during WWII

As a Solari Report subscriber, you surely know that markets are managed – they do not function according to free market theories and notions of supply and demand taught in macroeconomics class in colleges and business schools.

This week, after Franklin Sanders updates us on recent activity in the gold and silver markets, we are going to discuss how precious metals have fared in recent U.S. Presidential election cycles as well as the impact of recent Federal reserve policies. I have been working on an article about long term trends in the precious metals market. I want to review the primary trend in the context of the European negotiations regarding the Euro, tensions in the Middle East and the key political agendas driving the management of markets today. Franklin and I will also address the ongoing settlements between regulators and the banks as a result of rigging of LIBOR interest rates.

More in the blog post ...

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Dale Dougherty on the Maker Movement

Catherine hosted Dale Dougherty, editor and publisher of MAKE magazine and founder of O'Reilly Media for an engaging discussion on the Maker Movement - what is it, and how is it important to our lives today? See the blog post.

Subscribers can download or listen to the MP3 file of the Report. A transcript will be available this week.

 

     
 
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  Oil: The Next Revolution

Whatever the future, the analysis reported in this paper reveals some important points: Oil is not in short supply. The shale/tight oil boom in the United States is not a temporary bubble, but the most important revolution in the oil sector in decades. The age of “cheap oil” is probably behind us, but it is still uncertain what the future level of oil prices might be. ...

The Post-Employee Economy

Robots have come to destroy our way of life, just as we saw in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, though not as we expected. They’re taking our jobs, and are forcing us to reexamine how we value ourselves. ...

Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead Vimeo (5 March 11)

 

 
     
     
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