Max Keiser provides an alternative view of the global financial collapse and sovereign debt crisis in this video. You can find more of his views on financial scandals at The Keiser Report.
Der Spiegel takes a look at the Global Debt Crisis and Financial Market Turmoil by reflecting on whether the world is going bankrupt and the risks of the double-dip recession in the US. Europe and the US are hopelessly over-indebted. The crisis that started in the US real estate sector in 2007 has devastated state [...]
Martin T. Sosnoff reflects on how the world ends – “The USA would fall apart from the Tea Party’s dream of a balanced budget, less government and certainly a lower tax base for everyone but especially for the rich and famous.” He is chairman and founder of Atalanta Sosnoff Capital, LLC, a private investment management [...]
The Economic Predictions Project shares detailed insights into the Top Winners and Losers of the FinancialCrisis. This research has been contributed by EconomicPredictions.Org and is reproduced with permission. Research Question: Who are the top winners and losers of the financial crisis? Top Investors, economists, intellectuals, government officials, think tanks, and universities that lost or won because [...]
The Economic Predictions project is a good source of information about the recent financial crisis in 2008-2009. Who are we? Wall Street Economists Institute is a new startup non-profit project. The website developed and managed by two research students studying in the field economics and financial journalism. We are disillusioned by our professors and the [...]
MSNBC explains the cause of the ongoing US and global financial crisis in this remarkable video that points at Alan Greenspan as the ‘Godfather’ of The Federal Reserve’s Great Con Job.
More than 20 of the best links to analysis, insights, Q&As and commentary about the financial market crash on the 6th May 2010.
The Greek Debt Crisis and its impact on the European Economic Crisis is part of the Global Financial Crisis that is sweeping across the world.
Everybody wants the Financial Crisis to be over. The media is quick to highlight any signs of a recovery but there’s actually still a lot more pain in store for ordinary Americans and the economy in general.
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