Thank you for your time at the AENS 2014 Annual Symposium, we hope you found great value in our presentation. To help you do your own due diligence we have provided some source links that will help you get started. If you have any questions or need our help in any way, please let us know. We are here to be of service.


US Debt Clock:
Hyper Inflation Examples:

FRED – Federal Reserve Economic Data

Purchasing Power of the Consumer:
Fed Balance Sheet:

Some forms of Quantitative Easing aka QE, New Money Printing

Treasuries Owned by the Fed 10+ years:
Mortgage Back Securities:

Inflation Targets of the Central Banks

Central Bank News:

Web Sites for Perspective


Ownership Structure of Fiat Financial Products

Yale Law Study of Ownership:
CFTC Rule 1.25 & 30.7:

International Monetary Fund

IMF Working Paper “Systemic Banking Crises: A New Database” Page 75, Table 8. Episodes with Losses Imposed on Depositors “In total, we count 124 banking crises, 208 currency crises, and 63 sovereign debt crises over the period 1970 to 2007.”

March 2014 Christine Lagard, Managing Director of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) discussed in depth, the need for a global “Reset” in every aspect of our system. The members of the IMF are Treasury Secretary’s and Central Bank Chiefs, all unelected, but in control of countries financial destinies.


Annual Report including DIF report (amount available to reimburse depositors):


Financial Stability Report:
Derivative Reports: