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Quick One Question Sense on Cents Poll

Posted by Larry Doyle on September 21, 2012 8:54 AM |

The pen is mightier than the sword.

We are living through truly historic times. I am firmly convinced that the challenges and issues we face today will fill many a book tomorrow.

I truly love this blog for the very simple reason that it provides a voice to me and others to express and share informed opinions on a host of topics.

As we continue to navigate the twists and turns of our economic landscape, at this point in time I would welcome hearing from you, the readers of this blog. Could you take a few short moments and respond to this one question poll? 

1. In an attempt to increase our voice and create very real positive change in the marketplace, what one specific issue might you like Sense on Cents to research and address on a regular basis?

Do not discount for a second that the voice of this blog — and certainly others as well — are heard far and wide. So what is it that you might like to see Sense on Cents expose in the hopes of creating real change. What about your friends and colleagues? Do they have a pet issue that they might like Sense on Cents to target?

Yes, the pen truly is mightier than the sword.

I thank you in advance for your interest and support.

Let’s win.

Larry Doyle

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I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.


  • The role of government/government spending.

  • Steve Amy

    Stay on top of financial fraud, lack of prosecution and responsibility and the “incestuous” relationship between wall street and politics and the current administration. That is what seems to keep my blood boiling!

  • Andrew


  • Mary

    Please investigate penny stock pumping and dumping and phantom penny shares sold by brokers.

    There are a whole lot of paid bashers on investorshub, for instance.

  • silver

    Keep covering the issues that you feel are the most pressing LD! Love being able to benefit from all of your reading and research! Keep up all that you are doing!!

  • Obsvr-1

    LD — keep up the pressure on all fronts, I know prioritizing is the hardest effort of all since you are traversing a target rich environment.

    1. Topic: How capitalism vs crony-capitalism are diametrically opposed
    (This is a very confused topic as folks tend to throw capitalism under the bus, when indeed our problem is crony-capitalism perpetuated by the plutocracy.

    2. Lack of prosecution across the cauldran of crap – be it the financial debacle or green-energy facade to enrich friends of Obama … and on and on….

    3. Continue to uncover the insidious evil of the Federal Reserve — dig into the history of the FED and the WHO behind the creation and sustaining of the FED. Unfortunately were are losing the champion of FED audit / abolition as Rep. Ron Paul fades into history.

    4. Waste, Fraud and Abuse – rampant across all the mult-billion $$ agencies and programs.

    5. The truth behind the gov’t income ven diagram … Republicans, FOX continue to perpetuate the story that 47% don’t pay income tax or that 80% of the income tax is paid by the top 5% … load of BS when the entire gov’t income streams are analysed. The working class, those under 125K (the SS cut-off) pay upwards of $800B or 1/3 of the gov’t intake in labor-tax (aka Social Security).

    6. The truth behind the SS tax … it is really 3 forms of taxation to the working class or tax on labor. 1) the 12.6% upfront tax 2) interest paid on the special issue bonds put into the SS trust fund, since the $$ never really gets there — the interest is paid by taxes and 3) when one of those special issue bonds matures, the $$ to pay the bond comes from YET again the tax payer – or the worker class.

    7. Educate folks that the US Bond market is really just a left over from the Gold Standard days, when the gov’t statutorily had to borrow any deficit spend or said differently, if there was no gold to back the money spent, then the gov’t had to borrow $$. Today, with the FED QED operations the US Bond market is a joke; since the Bonds end up on the FEDs balance sheet. The Primary Dealers get to take a vig off the top as the bonds flow from the US Treasury to the FED Balance sheet.

    That should keep you perpetually busy ….

  • Sean

    Risks to the global financial system, not just the economy, such as derivative risk, debt risk, and currency risk. Specifically, how will the debt crisis in Europe ultimately play out and how will it affect the U.S. economy and global finance and the global financial system in general.

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