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One Man’s Opinion: Banks are becoming less safe. Again.

By Simon Black What I’m about to tell you isn’t some wild conspiracy. Or fake news. It’s raw fact, based on publicly available data from the US Federal Reserve. This data shows a very simple but concerning trend: banks in … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Three Reasons Why The Banking System Is Rigged Against You

By Simon Black If there were ever any doubt about how completely RIGGED the banking system is against depositors, allow me to introduce the following: Exhibit A: Governments are working to make banks LESS safe Yesterday an unelected bureaucrat that … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Are US Banks Well Capitalized?

The US economy has been growing at 2 percent real and perhaps 2.9 percent nominal for the past several years, said Bill Gross, portfolio manager at Janus Capital Group. Japan is above the (recession) line and euro-land seems to have … Continue reading

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