1900年投資「股票」的都是國王們,                   

一般百姓只是從事勞動而已。

 

1930年當百姓開始熱衷於股票時,

國王們佔有美國債券,

每年坐收20%的利息。

現在美國即將破產,

表示美國債券即將變成廢紙,

這時候的國王們在做什麼打算?

告訴你,

1. 跟「微晶片」有關

2. 跟「世界貨幣」有關

3. 跟「永世壓榨民脂民膏」有關

唯一脫離他們控制的方法,

就是「金銀本位制」

甚至「以物易物」

就能讓他們沒輒。

 

不要去軍火工廠上班,

國王們就沒有武器威嚇百姓;

不要去從軍,

國王們就沒有打手來欺壓百姓;

不要使用紙鈔, 

國王們就沒有利誘百姓的工具。

 

如果全人類同意:

絕不侵害、傷害、殺害其他人類,

地球和人類將會多麼的幸福…

 

通貨膨脹威脅著債券投資者 

FP TRADING DESK

Inflation threat looms for bond investors

Posted: January 19, 2010, 9:47 AM by Pamela Heaven

If there’s one question that dominates the investment outlook for the next few years, it’s the question of inflation. If you think that inflation is set to roar, bonds are trash and bonds with long maturities of 10 years or more qualify as particularly toxic waste. On the other hand, if you think that inflation is going to subside, bonds are your best friends and long bonds are an especially good deal.

原文(全)連結: 

http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/tradingdesk/archive/2010/01/19/inflation-threat-looms-for-bond-investors.aspx

 

How Japanese Hyperinflation Could Turn The Dollar I nto Toilet Paper

Vincent Fernando | Jan. 28, 2010, 9:37 AM 

If you boil water without releasing any steam everything looks perfectly calm... until the entire pot explodes.

That's the huge risk with Japan's gargantuan debt load right now.pp3.JPG

Frequently billed as a highly stable country, Japan's dark secret is that it should have exploded into a hyper-inflationary death spiral years ago.

Worse yet, it could easily take the U.S. financial system and U.S. dollar down with it. That's because the U.S. depends on Japan to fund its own debt binge.

We're not alone here. These concerns have been heavily informed by the research of Societe Generale. Japanese hyperinflation would be disastrous exactly because it goes against what most investors have been taught to expect.

http://www.businessinsider.com/japans-hyperinflation-nightmare-2010-1

 

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    誰來決定天然資源該定價多少黃金 如果天然資源的賣價有差別待遇怎麼辦 如果市場有差別關稅又怎麼辦 
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  • IRS to Track Online Sellers' Payment Transactions Beginning Next Year

    IRS to Track Online Sellers' Payment Transactions Beginning Next Year

    by Barbara Weltman

    March 07, 2010

    IRS to Track Online Sellers' Payment Transactions Beginning Next Year

    Internet sellers who don't report their sales will no longer be under the radar. Starting next year, any bank or other payment settlement company that processes credit cards, debit cards, and electronic payments such as PayPal will have to issue information returns telling the IRS what merchants receive. The new returns are Form 1099-K, Merchant Card and Third-Party Payments.





    Purpose of Reporting
    The IRS believes that many online sellers fail to report their transactions. Some don't report because they mistakenly believe that Internet sales are invisible. Others do so because they are trying to evade taxes.

    The IRS has found that using information returns, such as W-2 forms for employees, Form 1099-MISC for independent contractors, and Form 1099-INT for bank interest, goes a long way toward improving the reporting of income. IRS computers can match income reported on these information returns with the income reported on tax returns.

    Who's Subject to Reporting
    All merchants who accept payments through credit cards, debit cards, gift cards and PayPal will receive information returns telling them - and the IRS - the gross amount of the merchant card transactions. This will be broken down month by month. While the form uses the word "card," the IRS has made it clear that this is interpreted broadly to include third-party network transactions (i.e., PayPal).

    Exception: Very small merchants won't be issued information returns. "Small" for this purpose means annual gross sales on merchant cards of no more than $20,000 or 200 or fewer transactions. In other words, reporting is required only if gross amounts for the year exceed $20,000 and there are more than 200 transactions.

    Mechanics
    As it now stands (proposed regulations have not yet been finalized), gross amounts reported for merchant transactions do not take into account any adjustments for credits, cash equivalents, discount amounts, fees, chargebacks, refunded amounts, or any other amounts. It will be up to sellers to report on their returns the full amounts reported to them and then make adjustments or explanations to account for differences in what is ultimately taxable to them.

    For example, a seller who is paid $1,000 by credit card for a particular transaction does not necessarily have $1,000 profit even though $1,000 will be included on Form 1099-K. The $1,000 must be reported so the return will match what's in the IRS computers, but this amount will then be reduced on the merchant's return by the cost of goods sold (what it costs for the inventory sold), merchant account fees, and other costs.

    Providing Your Tax ID Number to Processors
    Merchants will have to provide their federal tax identification numbers to the companies processing their transactions. If they fail to do so, they may become subject to "backup withholding," which means these companies will have to deduct and withhold income tax from reportable payments. Backup withholding won't go into effect until 2012.

    Sellers who don't wish to provide their social security number to payment processors can obtain an EIN (Employer ID Number). Note that you can obtain an EIN even if you are a sole proprietorship. See the IRS website for more information.

    More information on Form 1099-K
    You can find more information about Form 1099-K, the new information return that payment settlement entities will use to report the gross amount of merchant card or third-party payments, on this IRS web page (PDF format).

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