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Stockman’s “The Implosion is Near: Signs of the Bubble’s Last Days”

Those of us who have been complaining about the economy and how the game is rigged in favor of the 1% by government intervention and Federal Reserve Monetary policy are being ignored once again. After the 2008-09 financial market crisis there was a much larger audience. Now folks on Wall Street who were ready to listen to the warnings of my guests ... [Read More]

Gold—Next Stop $1430+?

That was a title sent out to his subscribers by Bob Hoye this week. He noted the following: “Gold has now tested the 150- and 200-day moving average supports around $1287. The averages have also made a bullish cross in the last few days. This ... [Read More]

The Markets are Looking Favorable for Gold & Gold Shares

The monthly average gold price, shown above on your left, reveals a bullish upside down head and shoulder formation. As of the end of this week, the average price of gold during July is $1,317.96. The 20-month moving average is $1,384.33 and the ... [Read More]

The Implosion Is Near: Signs Of the Bubble’s Last Days.

David Stockman, Mish Shedlock, David Gurwitz, Daniel McAdams and David Jensen will return as guests on this week's radio program. Gurwitz shares Charles Nenner’s latest predictions on gold and other key markets. Stockman and Shedlock are ... [Read More]

Gold Friendly BRICS Challenge the Dollar and the Fed

“All the News That’s Fit to Print” is still a slogan published at the top of each daily issue of The New York Times. Yet as I opened my copy of that paper on July 16, not a word was printed to discuss the July 15, 2014, announcement in Brazil by the ... [Read More]

The Money Bubble. What To Do Before It Pops?

James Turk, John Rubino, Daniel McAdams and David Jensen return as guests on the next radio program. Turk and Rubino discusses their new book, “The Money Bubble. What to Do Before it Pops?” Both men believe, as does your host, that economic ... [Read More]

Here’s What Wall Street Bulls Were Saying In December 2007: Read And Take Cover!

The attached Barron’s article appeared in December 2007 as an outlook for the year ahead, and Wall Street strategists were waxing bullish. Notwithstanding the advanced state of disarray in the housing and mortgage markets, soaring global oil prices ... [Read More]

Re: Mises University

David, I liked this Facebook post from another student, on opening night: “I had the opportunity to listen to a very insightful discussion between an Israeli journalist and a Muslim business owner. They were discussing the challenges of extremists in ... [Read More]

Direxion Investments Launches Three 2X Leveraged ETFs

Direxion Investments, an ally for both strategic and tactical investors seeking to solve for better investment outcomes, announced today the launch of three leveraged exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The investment vehicles seek to achieve 200% of the ... [Read More]

Your Chance to Cash In on a Massive Infrastructure Overhaul

The Internet, and its user base of billions of people worldwide, is in the middle of a crisis — a bandwidth crunch that impacts us all. Since the Internet boom of the 1990s, Internet infrastructure has not had a major upgrade in carrying capacity. ... [Read More]

Counting Eggs Before They Are Hatched.

*  Dollar holds a soft bias to buy. *  Renminbi, S$ and Gold the only winners today. *  Looking for better times in Canada. *  Geopolitical Risks to return? .. And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good Day! .  And a Tom Terrific ... [Read More]

Video: Robert Murphy on Energy Policy

Archived from the live broadcast, this Mises University lecture was presented at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 24 July 2014. ... [Read More]

Market Vectors Launches Innovative China ETF

The sentiment about China is slowly turning positive, given the fact that the economy has lately been divulging some encouraging economic numbers. China grew at a slightly higher-than-anticipated rate during the second quarter. Moreover, the ... [Read More]

An Easy Way to Avoid Pig-Headed Mistakes

Adapted from Hormegeddon: How Too Much Of A Good Thing Leads To Disaster. Copyright © 2014 by Bill Bonner. Large groups of people do extraordinarily pig-headed things from time to time. Republicans can drive a car more or less as well as Democrats or ... [Read More]

The Fix Is In: Coming Changes In The Metals Market

Editor’s Note: The following piece is an advertorial. As many readers of the Daily Pfennig® newsletter may have heard, the London silver fixing is going to come to an end on August 14. This will be a major development in the silver market as many ... [Read More]

Africa’s Largest Refinery Finds 2.7 Tons Of Gold “Missing” After Computer System Upgrade

Tyler Durden: It’s one thing to implicitly admit that there is a physical gold shortage and as a result nations – such as Germany – are unable to repatriate their physical gold held in the safe and trusted confines 90 feet below the NY Fed, gold ... [Read More]

3 Critical Correction Warnings

The market is sending out a few critical warning signals this morning… “But Greg,” you say. “Haven’t you been talking about a potential correction all summer? Last I checked, the market’s hitting new highs. Open your eyes, man!” Well, you’re ... [Read More]

Update on Toshio Murata, student of Mises in 1959-60

Toshio Murata was a student of Mises in New York, and translated Human Action into Japanese. He is almost single-handedly responsible for creating an Austrian/Misesian movement in Japan. Marc Abela of Mises Japan sends us this update, along with some ... [Read More]

Looking Back on Libya

Libya Burning NEWSFLASH: The U.S. has evacuated its embassy in Tripoli, Libya, because of ongoing violence, U.S. officials tell CNN’s Barbara Starr. Have you been following events in Libya closely? No, of course you haven’t. Since the ouster of ... [Read More]

Video: Robert Higgs Explains How War Leads to Big Government

Archived from the live broadcast, this Mises University lecture was presented at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 24 July 2014. ... [Read More]

Where You Can Make $56,000 a Year Delivering Pizzas

Few statistics are more debated than unemployment numbers. The former head of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the agency publishing unemployment numbers, estimates the figures are probably 3% too low. The unemployment numbers are based on ... [Read More]

The Quickest, Easiest Way to Store Your Wealth Overseas

Since readers clamored that yesterday’s report on 3 Ways to Identify Your Own Private American Oasis didn’t protect them from domestic or foreign capital controls, like FATCA, we’ve graciously decided to rise to the challenge. If you want to park ... [Read More]

This Year’s Hottest Health Care ETFs

David Fabian: As a sector, health care has a lot to offer in terms of fundamental and technical data that supports ongoing innovation and profitability. The aging baby boomer population combined with an increased focus on adorable health insurance is ... [Read More]

China’s Market Finally Looks Like A Buy

Sy Harding: Is China’s economy, the second largest in the world, a disaster coming down to a hard landing, which has been the popular forecast for four or five years now? Or is it merely slowing from unsustainable double-digit growth of more than 12% ... [Read More]