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The following are a selection of economic and financial markets analysis online video's that have been posted to the Market Oracle website out of a pool of several hundred videos representing a rich resource of analysis and research.

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Fred Thompson On The Economy
28th December 2008 - 10 minutes

Fred explains exactly how Krugman's theory works. It's a hilarious must see video that explains Keynesian economics in a nutshell.

Trading the Waves a Guide to Elliott Wave Theory
3rd April 2008 - 11 minutes

A brief guide to trading using Elliott Wave Theory by John Piper.

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Ron Paul on the Economic Collapse!
4th February 2008 - 5 minutes

In a video interview with Mike Maloney of Congressman (and Presidential Candidate) Ron Paul warns what lies dead ahead for our country if we continue on our present path.

He points out that even though we could wake up and change course now many are too content to worry about what is coming.

“I think we're going to have a collapse before they come around to thinking about monetary policy, and why we have to revamp it. Recently we've seen the dollar go down sharply, I think it's going to continue, and hopefully it'll wake the people up, and find out you have to have honest money, and follow the constitution, because it says only gold and silver can be legal tender.”

Jim Cramer - Loses it on TV and Rants on Rate Cuts
3rd August 2007 - 5 minutes crazy as he sounds ,was exactly right 18 months ago !!!! Bear sterns is now gone , the FED let the financial meltdown happen...."He has no idea" exactly right........

Though his stock picks have been atrocious ! i.e. Jim Cramer made an on-air apology in October for recommending Wachovia stock just two weeks earlier. The recommendation followed an appearance by the bank's CEO Robert Steel. On Sept. 15, the day Steel appeared on the Mad Money, Wachovia stock closed at $10.71/share. on 1st October it closed at $1.84/share.

FIAT EMPIRE - Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution 12th June 2007 - 60 minutes

Find out why some feel the Federal Reserve System is a "bunch of organized crooks" and others feel its practices "are in violation of the U.S. Constitution." Discover why experts agree the Fed is a banking cartel that benefits mainly bankers, their clients in need of easy money and a Congress that would rather increase the National Debt than raise taxes. This important, Telly Award winning documentary is inspired by the well-known book, The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin.

Real Estate Bubbles and California's Economic Growth - Part 1 of 3 31st May 2007 - 10 minutes

An economics video presentation at Humboldt State University. Special guest lecturer Dr. Christopher Thornberg of Beacon Economics discusses the current housing bubble and its effects on California.

Business Cycles Lecture 1 - Macroeconomics Interest and Capital 13th May 2007 - 1hr

The above video is first in a series on the Boom Bust Cycles by Dr. Krassimir Petrov of The American University in Bulgaria.

The basic conclusion is that stimulating consumption does not necessarily result in production of capital goods and overall economic growth, and in factstimulating consumption can deterproduction of capital goods and thus result in a recession.

Is George Bush an Idiot ?12th May 2007 - 10 minutes

We all have our favouritebushism's, some say he is stupid, others say he is just inarticulate.

For the record my favourite bushism is - "Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." Aug. 5th 2004

Money Masters - Documentary on The Federal Reserve Bank and How International Bankers Gained Control of America 1st Oct 2006 - 2 hrs

This film is probably the best history movie you will ever see in your life. In total it is about 5 hours of footage but worth every second. You will probably learn more in 5 hours of watching this film than you will learn in any college history class. Fasten your seat belts.

The Money Masters documentary discusses the topic of money (as it relates to central banking and fractional reserve banking), debt, taxes and their development throughout the modern world.

Private central banking and fractional reserve banking The documentary criticises the control aspects of modern centralized banking systems and regulation. The film uses as evidence the history of money and banking, showing the viewer how central banks came to be what they are today, and how they operate. It supports its assertions by references and quotations from past Presidents and major players in the banking industry.

Media control The film contends that by the end of World War I private central banks owned and controlled much of America's large media, paper and film outlets, and that they achieved this through the large consolidation of wealth generated by Fractional-reserve banking and later a fractional based finance system. The film contends this alleged near-monopoly of the financial system goes largely unnoticed or redacted from the human history because of the control of human information exchange through this mainstream media ownership.

Tax The film touches briefly on the U.S. Federal income tax. See also Tax protester constitutional arguments.

Monetary Reform Act By way of conclusion, the film presents an option for a different kind of monetary policy for the United States of America.


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