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Taxation By Representation on Sugary Drinks Ban for New York City – The Mangru Report October 19, 2010

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After Congress failed to pass a 10 cent tax on sugary drinks such as soda, New York City united behind Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Gov. David Patterson is now trying to implement a sugary drink ban in New York City for all food stamp recipients. Patterson and Bloomberg contend that all of the public spending on healthcare and the links to diabetes and other diseases justifies the government ban.

Opponents of the measure say that this is just another nanny-state solution by New York, and that this is another case of class warfare, with the less fortunate being targeted.

Watch The Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Paschal Liguori (Premier Estate Properties), and Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader Adam Hasner debate both sides of the issue and look at the real costs at hand.

Healthy School Lunches – Taxation By Representation – The Mangru Report on Fox Business October 12, 2010

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As Congress continues to debate a new bill to implement healthy school lunches across the country (HR 5504, Improving Nutrition for America’s Children Act), The Mangru Report panel of experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and Jim Knight (The Knight Group) discusses the merits of the bill and whether this is solving an epidemic problem or just more government spending.

The panel also weighs whether the healthy school lunches should be income based as opposed to being distributed to all students, whether food stamps should be cut to pay for it, whether physical fitness programs should accompany the healthy lunches, and whether the government should be intruding further into our lives.


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Commodity Corner – Brazil’s Big Oil Bet – The Mangru Report on Fox Business – Episode 20 October 10, 2010

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While most people in America have been focusing on an upcoming General Motors (GM) IPO that was supposed to be some $70 billion dollars, it seems that Brazil has beat us to the punch. Recently, state-run Brazilian oil giant Petrobras (NYSE: PBR) raised some $70-75 billion in a secondary stock offering that was completed late September to finance the company’s growth and expansion, in particular new offshore deposits of oil found off the coast of Brazil.

Watch Dan Mangru and the Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and Michael Solomon (Author, Where Did My America Go?) discuss whether the $75 billion was a good bet on Petrobras, whether the incoming Brazilian government will take Petrobras in a more socialist direction, and how the U.S. is invested in offshore oil in Brazil but not in America.

 

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Dr. Larry Kotlikoff Interview with Dan Mangru – The Mangru Report on Fox Business October 9, 2010

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As the debate goes on as to whether the U.S. banking system is stable and secure, Boston University Professor of Economics Dr. Larry Kotiikoff is proposing new solutions to change the way that we bank in his new book, “Jimmy Stewart is Dead”.  Watch Kotlikoff and Dan Mangru discuss limited purpose banking, how it can be implemented in our current system, how the government is exacerbating the problem, and how much money we really owe in debt and obligations.

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War On Your Dollar – Bernanke’s September Surprise – The Mangru Report on Fox Business – Episode 20 October 7, 2010

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke recently announced that the recovery was not as strong as originally thought, the U.S. did not have enough inflation, and that the Fed would increase it’s debt purchases & inject more money into the system.

Watch Dan Mangru, John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and Michael Solomon (Author, Where Did My America Go?) discuss how the dollar is being devalued, how Bernanke has created the perfect storm for gold, why China is not buying U.S. debt, and whether there is too much hype and excitement in the gold market.

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Worried About Your Wealth? – READ THIS TODAY September 19, 2010

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The chart doesn’t lie.  Just look at the Dow and what it’s been doing this year.

First it goes up, then takes a big drop down, has a huge run up, then takes another dive, and so on and so on.  It seems as though the market has been more volatile than ever, leaving investors with very little direction.

I mean just when you think you’ve got the market figured out, it goes in the exact opposite direction.

For instance, many people are now fully aware that our economy is in bad shape.  Our national debt is approaching $14 trillion dollars, 25% of homes have more debt than what they are worth, there is at least $1 trillion of hidden losses in Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, and to boot, unemployment has been at around 10% for the better part of this year.

Yet with all of that bad news, the DOW has rallied from lows of 6500 just last year in March 2009, and has for some reason or another been atop of 10,000 for most of the last year even with all of the volatility.

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The problem that many people have is that they decide what direction they think that the market is going to go in and then find information and data that support that idea.  That’s how many brokers and so-called “experts” have led their clients astray.

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Breaking News: Pulieri Calls Market Sell-Off & Gives Dow Forecast May 7, 2010

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Below is market commentary from Anthony Pulieri of Joseph Glenn Commodities (www.jgcommodities.com)  and Expert Panelist for The Mangru Report:

The stock market has come too far way too fast as I discussed on The Mangru Report this past Saturday. The retail investor needs to get out and if you look at what happened this week, it is a fundamental break down in the market.  I have been looking for heavy volume as confirmation and with almost 460 million shares trading on the Dow, this is it.  Technically speaking a 15-20% correction to the downside in the stock market is exactly what this market needs and it could be much more aggressive.   I see support at around 9800 on the Dow, which we last hit on February 5 of this year and which we touched briefly today.  In addition, over the last several days we broke the trendline that we established off the March 6 lows of 2009 (see DOW chart below).

Most likely, I do think 9000 will be hit quickly on the Dow admist a global selloff.  Fear and uncertainty have permeated the markets.  The VIX (aka The Fear Index)  has literally doubled  in the last 3 days.

This is a dramatic move and it seems retail investors are getting shook out very fast. The Eurozone is falling to its knees right before our eyes. This is a major factor along with the wild currency moves we have seen daily. The situation in Greece, Portugal, Spain and now Italy is part of a deleveraging process that is spreading fast into global markets.  This is just the beginning.  I am looking for this trend to continue and the fall of the Eurozone as we know it is here.  The sense of panic we saw in the American stock market has crushed confidence and I think it showed a lot of people just how vulnerable the current situation is.  Without confidence in a system that is already damaged I will tell you to just sit on the sidelines and take your profits. The correction has started.  Don’t get caught!

Now GOLD is a different story because it is the only true safe haven asset.  The stock market rally, which you can see in the DOW chart I posted earlier was built off of relatively weak volume (the last time the DOW had significant volume was back in April of 2009.  Gold on the other hand has had a strong rise built on strong volume, a classic trend confirmation (see chart below).

It is true currency as we have seen this week, and for the last 5000 years people forget it is the only asset that does not rely on other people’s ability to pay. It continues to hit new highs in all currencies and with the printing press running wild globally, inflation is inevitable. The general level of the price of goods will continue to rise and the purchasing power of your dollar will continue to erode.

Its not just companies going under.  Now we have actual countries coming apart at the seams. Greece is the birth place of democracy. With all these issues going on, what we saw was the 1200/oz level in gold get breached with relative ease in the face of a strong dollar. Gold’s high will be broken very quickly and my target is 1500/oz by years end . Long term gold is poised for much higher moves 2500/oz at the minimum. Technically we have short term support at 1160 and at 1080 lies the all important 200 day moving average. The 1000 dollar level has a mountain of support and I fully expect we wont see for a long time. With the Central Banks being net buyers of gold and the geopolitical and economic instability Gold is your safe haven.  There is just too many question marks. Gold has the support technically and fundamentally. You throw in record level investment flows globally it is a must in everyone’s portfolio!