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Published on Sep 8, 2013

In this 30+ minute podcast, Jason Burack and John Manfreda discuss the jobs report from this past Friday and the excuses Keynesians and the government is giving for poor jobs numbers. They also talk about the general state of the jobs market in the US and where jobs are being created.

Next, Jason and John discuss the Fed and Wall St banks attempting to re-inflate a consumer credit bubble in autos by giving loans to sub-prime borrowers who cannot possibly ever pay back a large car loan. Most of the growth in auto sales is coming from no money down, sub prime loans.

John and Jason then talk about the Fed tapering and how it will be more difficult because an increasing amount of foreigners are now dumping their large US Treasury holdings.

Finally Jason and John talk about the Syria war/conflict and why this is really about a natural gas pipeline and the Petro Dollar and not humanitarian efforts like the mainstream media says.

Jason and John summarize the podcast, talk about gold and silver market and think the Fed cannot meaningfully taper without causing the stock and real estate markets to crash.

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