111116 - Hyper Report

Uploaded by HyperReport on 16.11.2011

Hello, this is Scott... And this the Hyper Report for November 16th,
Here are the prices for various items; such as, gold, silver, and oil for today.
With Supercommittee Deadlocked, Leaders Reid and Boehner Meet
With the unconstitutional super committee deadlocked
on how to best force austerity down American's throats,
Ried and Boehner are meeting to discuss taking a larger role in deficit talks.
Perhaps, to make legislative process even more efficient,
Boehner can vote as the House, Reid can vote as the Senate,
and Obama can cast the deciding vote for all legislation.
Isn't that extra special. Seriously, with the supercommitte essentially
failing, get ready for another U.S. credit downgrade.
Wal-Mart's Third Quarter Profits Down 2.9 Percent
Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer and a bellwether for the economy in the U.S.,
has shown a reduction of profits by 2.9 percent. Like most retailers, Wal-Mart is counting
on the upcoming holiday shopping season to help get cost-conscious shoppers spending.
Sprott: "This Decade Will Be the Decade of Silver"
Eric Sprott points out, any number of things could cause a "run on silver."
An industrial user claims they cannot get a hold of silver because there is a shortage,
or investor demand when Europe goes belly up and the subsequent collapse of U.S. Treasuries.
Keep stacking.
Fed’s Evans Calls For More Stimulus to Cut Joblessness
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans
is calling for more stimulus to reduce unemployment. Translation: More money printing; and thus,
more inflation folks.
Fed’s Fisher: Regulators Should Break Up ‘Behemoth’ Banks
Now that these too big to fail banks are failing again,
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard Fisher
wants to break up these broke banks. The 10 biggest banks
make up 65 percent of the banking industry’s assets and
comprise three quarters of the U.S. gross domestic product.
Translation: Get ready because it is falling apart
and the elite want to spread the blame.
New Poll Shows 4-way Tie in Iowa as Ron Paul Moves to top Tier
Despite the main stream media's attempt to silence Ron Paul,
he has moved up, and now comes in at 19 percent in Iowa.
Will he get media attention now? Don't count on it.
Even if he were elected President, all of the news outlets would air I Dream
Of Jeanie instead.
Finally, Please prepare now for the continuing economic and social unrest. Good Day