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George Soros says that the stock market is inherently unstable and compares it to an oil tanker.

George Soros says that the stock market is inherently unstable and compares it to an oil tanker.

Jim Wyckoff shares his thoughts on gold’s recent choppy and sideways trading.

Wyckoff comments that, “Technically, the market has weakened a bit but there’s still enough safe-haven buying interest that is keeping the sellers at least a bit pensive.”

Gold rebounded above $1300 Friday morning as US stocks had a big down day after Amazon and Visa missed earnings forecast.

Dinesh D'Souza discusses his new movie "America" on "The Ed Show" on MSNBC on July 10.

D'Souza discusses the progressive attack and why its not really against the Top 1%.

Subprime auto loans are being bundled and sold by banks to insurance companies, mutual funds and public pension funds. Less than a decade removed from the fraud that surrounding the subprime loans fiasco, Wall Street bankers are back in the subprime market.

Max Keiser discusses the similarities between the subprime crisis in real estate, that brought the financial system to the brink, to the rising subprime loans on used automobiles.

Jim Rogers believes that only a Russian/Chinese/Brazil joint-currency can battle US Dollar dominance.

The presidents of Russia and Brazil met ahead of the 6th BRICS Summit. Vladimir Putin and Dewma WHO-sseff were present as some of the two countries' largest corporations signed agreements to deepen the economic ties between the two emerging nations.

Ted Cruz, a Republican from Texas, responded to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s characterization of the U.S. - Mexico border as secure by telling his colleague to come take a look for himself.

President Obama and Harry Reid both engage debates divorced from the facts and divorced from the reality, Cruz said on Fox News Sunday.

Harry Reid lives in the Ritz-Carlton in Washington, D.C., and Ted exclaimed that, "I'm sure from his perspective the border seems secure. I would invite Harry Reid to come with me down Texas and see the border."

The BRICS have launched their own "mini-IMF".

At the 6th BRICS Summit the formation of a $100 billion New Development Bank, designed to perform similar duties to that of the IMF and World Bank, was brought into existence.

The BRICS are hoping to wield more global influence in the financial sector.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the danger of betting on the middle class in a mass consumption society like America.

Keiser believes the middle class is being squeezed out of existence.

Despite many calling Peter Schiff a broken record or proclaiming that he has been wrong, the money manager continues to believe a catastrophic collapse is heading for America.

Mike Maloney is tempted to buy puts and go short on the S&P 500 and the Dow as he believes we are nearing a tipping point.

Maloney explains that without gold manipulation the price would be at $3,000 per ounce and there would be no opportunity to buy.

In a recent interview from July 6th, Greg Hunter interviews John Rubino the author of "The Money Bubble."

Doug Casey discusses 'Big Brother' and whether or not they are at Freedom Fest, which is taking place in Las Vegas over the weekend.

Casey presents the question: "Are gold prices being suppressed?" His response is that, "I consider that [question] to be ridiculous."

Tanks, weapon arsenals, ballistic missiles and now, nuclear material have been seized by ISIS Militants in Iraq. Experts claim its not enriched enough to make a nuclear bomb.

Former security policy analyst, U.S. Department of Defense, Michael Maloof weighs in on the threat.

Frank Holmes makes some predictions on where he sees gold going in the coming weeks.

"What shook gold [last week] was the fear of rising interest rates because of the payroll numbers," Holmes explained.

Holmes noted that, "The second half of the year has historically been stronger than the first half [...] odds favor for gold to rise."

Marc Faber believes we are witnessing a "colossal bubble in all asset classes."

Faber explains that the difference between now and past years is that valuations are much higher and that the global economy is actually weakening.

Peter Schiff continues to preach that the nominal decline in stocks, might not be "nearly as great as the decline in the dollar."

The toxic debt money created by central banks creates no value, explains Max Keiser.

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the central banking model of passing off downmarket potato wedges of cheap money for high-end, luxury housing bubbles.

Rick Perry the current governor of Texas took a few gabs at President Obama over the weekend.

With a tenure in office to date of 13 years, 198 days, Perry is the second longest serving current U.S. governor – after Terry Branstad of Iowa.

President Ronald Reagan's Address to the Nation on Independence Day, July 4, 1986.

Delivered at 9:50 p.m. aboard the USS John F. Kennedy in New York Harbor as part of "Liberty Weekend," celebrating the centennial anniversary of France's gift of the Statue of Liberty (which had recently undergone a restoration process, completed and unveiled the previous day).

This speech was given just before a 30-minute fireworks display, which, at the time, was the largest fireworks display in history.

Kitco News speaks with Marc Faber, editor and publisher of "The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report," to see what he thinks of gold these days.

Faber comments that, "I don't quite understand why anyone would be disillusioned by the movement in the gold price," Faber says.

In April of 2014, Wes Bush, Chairman, CEO & President, Northrop Grumman Corporation, spoke with Economic Club president David M. Rubenstein on Thursday, April 17, 2014.

He highlights how Northrop Grumman will overcome various cycles as the US winds down its operations in the Middle East.