What We Read Today 25 November 2012

November 25th, 2012
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The top of our reading list has a column that asserts the economic impact from regulation and deflation of the $67 trillion shadow banking system bubble will have dire consequences ...... and the last is a claim that most gold certificates are not backed by real gold.

Follow up:

COLUMN - Shadow banking hangover still to come:  James Saft (James Saft, Reuters)

Cardillo:  "Thanksgiving rally turning into X'mas rally" (Peter Cardillo, New York Financial Press)

German reporter goes underground at Patrick Henry College (DowneastDem, Daily Kos)  An American madrassa?  Hat tip to Roger Erickson.

How Does Google make Its Money? (Investopedia)

Should You Be Hoarding (Wendy McElroy, Laissez Faire Today)

U.S. Chamber of Commerce ongoing effort to screw the middle class (Rodger Malcolm Mitchell, Monetary Sovereignty)

Dwyer: An economic dream team for Obama (Paula Dwyer, Investment News)

Astronomers get their first close look at dwarf planet Makemake (Chris Wood, gizmag)

William Black appears on Majority Report (New Economic Perspectives)

Most Australian gold reserves held in London and leased out (cpowell, Gold Anti-trust Action Committee)  Hat tip to Russ H.

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