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Jay Taylor on the Unwinding of Western Economies and the Next Golden Bull – Part 1

(Excerpt from Jay Taylor’s interview with Anthony Wile, published on August 17, 2014, TheDailyBell.com) Daily Bell: Hi, Jay. Thanks for sitting down with us again. What's new with you? Any publications or conferences you want to mention or special appearances? What are you focusing on in your radio show lately? Jay Taylor: I am now more ... [Read More]

Can This Gold Bull Market Exceed the 2,328% gain of the 1970s?

Rick Rule, Bill Laggner, Daniel McAdams and David Jensen make a return visit on this episode of the radio program. During the 70s your host and Rick Rule witnessed a breathtaking gold bull market as the yellow metal rocketed from $35 to $850 ... [Read More]

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. ... [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]

Being a State Means Never Having to Pay Your Debts

Nicolas Cachanosky follows up his Mises Daily article on the legal history of Argentina’s default with a look at the recent effort to blame the default on everyone but the Argentinian government: Joseph Stiglitz and Martin Guzman have a recent piece ... [Read More]

Why The Middle Class In America Is Being Systematically Destroyed

The 30 statistics that you are about to read prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.  Once upon a time, the United States had the largest and most prosperous middle class in the history of ... [Read More]

One World, One Bank, One Currency

“The government is very good at making things overly complicated for the purpose of obscuring what’s really going on from the public,” observed hedge fund manager Erik Townsend during our interview in May. He was making a point about the 2008 ... [Read More]

The Call Has Been Made.. All Will Obey!

*  The dollar swings into rally mode.. *  Only pound sterling & rupees with gains today. *  Stevens talks of a low chance of intervention. *  Man beats machine! And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good Day! .  And a Wonderful ... [Read More]

How Milton Friedman Triggered Today’s Currency Wars

“Milton Friedman was, as almost anyone who has read his work knows, a great economist of the 20th century,” Lewis Lehrman explained. “He was a great advocate in writing and in speaking of the free market. He was not so much pro-business as he was ... [Read More]

What Can We Expect From The Fed This Week?

Chris Ciovacco: With the Fed hinting at an interest rate increase sometime in 2015, the financial markets have tended to be jittery before any new Fed-related information comes to light. As noted by The Wall Street Journal, this week is more than ... [Read More]

Missouri Burning: When the Army Isn’t More Firepower

When the Thin Blue Line Turns Army Green. Credit: Tyson Manker The Missouri National Guard’s deployment to quell rioting over the police killing of an unarmed black teen may mark the first time in U.S. history that putting soldiers on American ... [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]

Mark Thornton Talks About His Article “How the Drug War Drives Child Migrants to the US Border”

From Natural News Radio: Guest Mark Thornton is a Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. We’ll talk [Mp3 file] about his article, “How the Drug War Drives Child Migrants to the US Border” We’ll also discuss the current economic conditions. ... [Read More]

Hr 2. Can This Gold Bull Market Exceed the 2,328% gain of the 1970s?

Daniel McAdams updates listeners on some of the hot spots around the world that includes a discussion on Russia/Ukraine peace talks. David Jensen updates the GOFO rate for gold and relates how geopolitics intersects with ongoing fraud in the precious ... [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]

Hr 1. Can This Gold Bull Market Exceed the 2,328% gain of the 1970s?

Bill Laggner, of the Bearing Fund gives his thoughts on the debt, equity and currency market and believes we are on the verge a sovereign credit bubble collapse. Rick Rule is optimistic because man is capable of fixing most problems and talks about ... [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]