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What Might End This Dollar Deception?

First of all, let me preface what I’m about to say by telling you I do not want what I think will happen to happen just so I can see my gold investments rise in price. No one in their right mind wants the cataclysm that lies in front of us to happen. But I fear we are approaching very quickly a tipping point, in which the lies of the Western world ... [Read More]

Revisiting Gordon’s Forecast of Dow 1000/Gold $4,000

Ian Gordon, Alex Merk, Daniel McAdams and Chris Rossini return as guests on this week's radio program. As the equity markets look to be topping and gold bottoming, Ian Gordon returned to give us an update on his views that we are on the verge of a ... [Read More]

Gibson’s Paradox Explains It All

Consider the fact that the only thing that is holding a very sick economy together now is artificially low interest rates, which relieves pain in the short term but serves to wear down the vital economic organs of our society in the longer term. In ... [Read More]

Gibson’s Paradox Requires Gold Manipulation. How Much Longer?

  Charles Nenner’s very credible work says we are in a longer-term bottoming pattern for gold that should end no later than Sept. 30, 2014. So far in August, our monthly average gold price is $1,298, which compares with an average of ... [Read More]

Reviewing the Creature from Jekyll Island

Chris Rossini is a first time guest on the radio program. Returning are Ivan Bebek, Gene Epstein, Daniel McAdams and Quinton Hennigh. Drawing from his book, “Set Money Free,” Chris Rossini reviews how the Fed has destroyed our money, our financial ... [Read More]

Mark Thornton on ‘Butler on Business’ This Week

Mark Thornton discusses recent economic indicators with Alan Butler. http://host1.cyberears.com//27413.mp3 ... [Read More]

Has The Gold In Fort Knox Disappeared?

Gary Christenson: In 1950 the US owned about 20,000 metric tons of gold – approximately 640,000,000 troy ounces. By August 15, 1971 when President Nixon “temporarily” closed the “gold window” that hoard had decreased to about 8,100 tons (Fort Knox, ... [Read More]

Minerals vs. Marijuana

Summer is a dead time of the year for natural resources and shares of the junior exploration and mining companies. With no drill hole results to announce, the shares do nothing, and investor interest is already nonexistent. Agora said adios to its ... [Read More]

U.K. Inflation drops, Along With Sterling!.

*  Another flower counted on the wall.. *  Moves in currencies & Metals are small. *  RBA minutes solidify no rate move in 2014. *  SNB to keep cap on franc for 2 more years?  . And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good Day! .  ... [Read More]

The Growth of Big Data is Unfathomable

“The Tale of Two Americas” continues to unfold side by side — the better relying on one, investable trend that you can act on today (more on that in a moment). One America is defined by out-of-control debt, wealth consumption, and increasing ... [Read More]

Today’s Mindless Rally: Its Jackson Hole, Stupid!

There is no reason rooted in the real world for today’s frothy stock market rally. In every single region of the planet, the post-crisis, central bank fueled expansion cycle—-tepid as it was in the global aggregate—is faltering badly. Japan’s ... [Read More]

ETFs To Avoid On European Banking Woes

There seems to be no respite from banking worries in a Europe trying to avert yet another economic debacle.  Italy is back in recession, France is almost stagnant and Germany is losing momentum.  In fact, concerns about Europe’s banking sector have ... [Read More]

Counting Flowers On The Wall.

*  Currencies are mixed again.. *  And moves are small!. *  New silver fix is already getting blasted!. *  Fischer talks of structural change  . And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good Day! .  And a Marvelous Monday to you! ... [Read More]

New Twitter Account for ‘Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics’

You’ll receive general updates about new issues of QJAE at our usual Twitter account @Mises, but you can also follow the Twitter account for QJAE that is administered by Assistant Editor Timothy Terrell if you’re interested in a separate stream ... [Read More]

RadioWHO: We Aren’t Getting Real News

Are we getting real news in our everyday lives? That’s the question the hostesses of the Cafecito Break podcast posed to WhoWhatWhy Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker during the Aug. 11, 2014, show. In the hour-long interview with Rosangel Perez and Ruthie ... [Read More]

Cable Bribes, Fake GOP news, Texas Non-Miracle—and More Headlines

• Traders profit from overburdened power grids (New York Times) • Injured, dead workers fueled “Texas Miracle” (Texas Tribune) • GOP creates fake news sites (TPM) • “Food fascists” and GMOs (PRN.fm) • Al Franken vulnerable (American Thinker) • Ties ... [Read More]

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mac dare you lipstick Low Price With High Quality RLNMI-872 Cheap Mac Eyeliner inch Throughout Bagui in the past 1 week, Muslim junior mauled Alfredia mourners at the memorial, harming 20 men and women. Lovecraft, When i don’t think of which it’s a ... [Read More]

The Strategy the Guarantees a Win for China

Money is transitory and wealth is permanent. So, a lot of people confuse money and wealth and say well, I have a lot of money so I’m wealthy. Well, in the short run, that may be true but in the longer run, the money can go away but the wealth is ... [Read More]

Econometrics Attacked from the Left

In this interesting article published in Economia (a trade journal for Chartered Accountants), we find a left-progressive argument against math and its overly prominent role in neoclassical economics: This discontent was born in the post-autistic ... [Read More]

Freak Show: Politicians Throw Woman Out of Work Because She Looked Unusual

Credit: Longmont Times-Call The County Commissioners of Boulder County, Colorado have thrown a woman out of work because they didn’t like the way she looked. According to the local CBS affiliate: An “ick factor” led to the closure of “The World’s ... [Read More]

Another Crisis of Confidence in the Dollar is Coming

On August 15, 1971, a quiet Sunday evening, President Richard Nixon took to the airwaves, preempting the most popular television show in America, to announce his New Economic Policy. The government was imposing national price controls and a steep ... [Read More]

This ETF Is Over Reacting To The Sell Off

David Fabian:  Sell offs in the market generally create fear and over reaction as investors digest the news and re-position their assets to weather the storm. Despite the good intentions of buying low and selling high, the tendency for traders is to ... [Read More]

The “Sweet Spot” Between Two Converging Megatrends

According to a high-ranking government official, we’re currently witnessing “the greatest transfer of wealth in history.” But this transfer isn’t coming from the stock or bond market, or any other market you can think of. It has a more shocking ... [Read More]

Corn Is Forming A Great Potential Reversal

Corey Rosenbloom: Even if we don’t trade commodities, it’s helpful to learn educational lessons and plan trades as they develop from interesting patterns. Corn is forming a great potential Reversal Example, but we need to monitor it in real time to ... [Read More]

How NAFTA Is Destroying The Economy

Back in the early 1990s, the North American Free Trade Agreement was one of the hottest political issues in the country.  When he was running for president in 1992, Bill Clinton promised that NAFTA would result in an increase in the number of high ... [Read More]