C2CAM – Economy & Stock Trading – Coast To Coast AM

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LATEST UPDATED VIDEO THAT CAME OUT TODAY www.youtube.com Subscribe To Get Notified Of The Latest Releases As They Come Out www.youtube.com Date: 10-26-10 Host: George Noory Guests: Catherine Austin Fitts, Chris Kacher, Joshua P. Warren In the first half of the show, economist Catherine Austin Fitts joined George in the LA studio to discuss our critical juncture in the economy. This retail season she sees shoppers being more cautious, buying utilitarian rather than luxury items. Companies and enterprises that figure out how to do more with less will have growth opportunities, she said, adding that people need to connect their passion with their work, in this post-bubble economy. As portrayed in the new documentary, Inside Job, there have been numerous types of fraud perpetrated by the financial industry– including foreclosure, origination, servicing & securitization frauds. “Now it’s coming out that people were taking the same loan and putting it in ten different security pools, without documentation,” she revealed. Fitts also talked about how financial wars take place between America and other countries, with covert ops used to manipulate prices of various commodities. Third hour guest, stock trader Chris Kacher shared some of his trading techniques, which he based on William O’Neil’s methodology of looking at a company’s fundamentals as well as the “technicals” (chart patterns of a company’s stock). Through this, Kacher created a “market timing
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  1. C2CAM – Economy & Stock Trading – Coast To Coast AM | Timing the Market interesting read. Here is a bit of news that I thought would be of interest: Was the petrol price rigged too? Motorists may have been paying too much for their petrol because banks and other traders are likely to have tried to manipulate oil prices in the same way they rigged interest rates, an official report has warned. Concerns are growing about the reliability of oil prices, after a report for the G20 found the market is wide open to “manipulation or distortion”.

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