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Joseph MeyerJoseph Meyer, a financial analyst and publisher of the monthly newsletter, Straight Money Analysis, is scheduled to be my guest on Exposing Faux Capitalism on June 16, 2013 from 9 to 10 PM Eastern on Truth Frequency Radio to discuss pressing financial issues like the continuing challenges facing European countries, the precious metals markets, and other interesting developments discussed in his recent newsletter.

I previously interviewed Joseph on August 26, 2012.

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Gerald CelenteAppearing on the May 3, 2012 episode of the Alex Jones Show, Gerald Celente’s failed Q1 2012 European bank holiday prediction was never mentioned, in his first appearance since the end of Q1 2012.

Obviously everyone wants to downplay their failures while trumpeting their successes, but the issue in the so-called alternative media is that it is commonplace for much hype to be given before and during the show regarding a guest’s predictions, only for some big ones not to materialize and be swept under the rug, and the guest to be invited back to make more questionable predictions.

Here is the video showing Celente making his bogus prediction.

For someone who has been known for making repeated bogus predictions, see my article, Lindsey Williams’ 2010 oil price prediction tanked.

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Euromoney publishes a semi-annual “Credit Risk Rating” of 185 sovereign countries.

In their latest publication, from March 2010, eight of the top 10 are “European socialist welfare states,” as they are commonly referred to as.

Rounding out the top 10 are: Norway, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Austria, Canada, the Netherlands, and Australia.

Hong Kong and Singapore didn’t make the cut, despite being seen as among the most economically free countries, as one 2010 report ranked them.

Canada continues to buck old perceptions of being less economically free and successful than the U.S., by being ranked more economically free by the conservative Heritage Foundation’s 2010 Index of Economic Freedom,¬†and more tax competitive for business, by Big Four accounting firm KPMG in their 2010 report.

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