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Meet Jay Taylor’s Invitees to the Toronto 2018 Metals Investor Forum

At every Metals Investor Forum (MIF), independent newsletter writers are asked to invite companies they believe are undervalued in the market.  For the March 2018 MIF Jay invited the following companies. After each brief overview, I included a link to the 10-minute corporate presentation at the March MIF. Auryn Resources (TSX-AUG) brings ... [Read More]

Could the Petro-Yuan overtake the Petro-Dollar?

David Jensen and Michael Oliver return as guests on the radio program. David discusses an emerging international market dynamic that some think may threaten US dollar hegemony. While left-leaning news media focus on alleged call girl encounter by ... [Read More]

Michael Oliver’s Latest Views on Gold

The following commentary was provided to Michael Oliver’s subscribers on March 6. Not only does Michael’s momentum work continue to suggest a bottoming process for gold and much higher prices to come, but this missive provides a bit of instruction as ... [Read More]

Our Bankrupt Empire. What will it mean for the dollar and Gold?

Daniel Oliver, David Stockman and Michael Oliver return as guests on the radio program this week. In a segment of my prerecorded interview with David Stockman (full interview available at jaytaylormedia.com/audio/), he discusses how the Deep State ... [Read More]

Protecting US Dollar Hegemony Is Behind Trump’s Tariffs

The markets were shocked this week by President Trump’s sudden announcement of his plan to enact import tariffs of 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum.  Analysts on both the left and the right side of the political spectrum  are espousing the ... [Read More]

When will the next credit crisis occur?

Alasdair Macleod, Michael Oliver and Dr. Quinton Hennigh are returning guests this week on the radio program. For investors there may be few questions more important than the one Alasdair has attempted to answer in his ... [Read More]

The Perfect Financial Storm

I interviewed David Stockman last Friday. David Stockman, who served as President Reagan's Director of the Office of Management and Budget, told me why America is inevitably heading for the mother of all financial storms. While ... [Read More]

Why the World’s Central Banks hold Gold – In their Own Words – Ronan Manly

Collectively, the central bank sector claims to hold the world’s largest above ground gold bar stockpile, some 33,800 tonnes of gold bars. Individually within this group, some central banks claim to be the top holders of gold bullion in the world, ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 3/20 – Evolutionary Dead Ends, What Inflation Could Look Like in 2020

Evolutionary Dead Ends Alabama Sheriff Legally Took $750,000 Meant To Feed Inmates, Bought Beach House Russian to Judgment: Who Poisoned Sergei Skripal? Here’s What Inflation Could Look Like in 2020, Based on Past Surges FTC Probing Facebook for Use ... [Read More]

Please Introduce Yourself, Mr. Powell. Gold Awaits You

The FOMC members will gather today for a two-day meeting. It will be the most important event this week, since Powell will chair the meeting for the first time. Gold investors want to get to know him better as the uncertainty makes them a bit ... [Read More]

Why Understanding Inflation Is So Important

03/19/2018 Frank Shostak According to Ludwig von Mises, Inflation, as this term was always used everywhere and especially in this country, means increasing the quantity of money and bank notes in circulation and the quantity of bank deposits ... [Read More]

Being Right Isn’t Enough

March 20, 2018 Jeff Deist You can help the Mises Institute publish an exciting new book this spring from one of our Senior Fellows, and it couldn’t be more timely. Dr. Mark Thornton’s text — titled The Skyscraper Curse — is his definitive ... [Read More]

The Greatest Manipulation In History Is This Fake Recovery

Mike Maloney MAR 20, 2018 "Basically... if the Federal Reserve was inflicted upon America by a foreign power it would have been considered an act of war." Join Mike Maloney and Stefan Molyneux as they explore the unintended consequences ... [Read More]

Here’s What Inflation Could Look Like in 2020

Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver MAR 19, 2018 Rising inflation has hit the headlines, sparking some attention from journalists. What most mainstream investors don’t realize, though, is that history shows inflation ... [Read More]

Steen Jakobsen: Now Is The Time To Be In Capital-Preservation Mode

Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer and Chief Economist of Saxo Bank, is sounding a clear warning of an arriving market correction. Over-inflated asset prices, over-crowded trades, anemic market liquidity, and a continued decline in the credit ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 3/19 – U.S. ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Just Beginning, The Rise Of Sociopathic Capitalism

America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning Britain 'four meals away from anarchy' if cyber attack takes out power grid Murders in US very concentrated: 54% of US counties in 2014 had zero murders, 2% of counties have 51% of the ... [Read More]

Real Estate and Banking Pressures are Building

March 18, 2018 Early signs that the US Fed may be pushing the envelope of rising rates and creating pressure on banks and borrowers are starting to show up more prominently now.  One component of our research at Technical Traders Ltd. is to find ... [Read More]

Is Profit-Maximizing Data-Mining Undermining Democracy?

If targeting political extremes generates the most profit, then that's what these corporations will pursue.As many of you know, oftwominds.com was falsely labeled propaganda by the propaganda operation known as ProporNot back in 2016. The Washington ... [Read More]

With Rollback, Dodd-Frank Is Now Officially a Dud

Between yet another high-profile personnel shakeup at the White House and a nail-biter special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District, not to mention Russia’s alleged nerve agent attack on a former double-agent spy and a tragic bridge ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 3/17 – The Truth About Money, The Sixth Mass Extinction Is Here

Larry Kudlow predicts 4%-5% growth, 'investment boom'  The Truth About Money Corporate America’s new dilemma: raising prices to cover higher transport costs  65% of Americans save little or nothing—and half could end up struggling in retirement Meet ... [Read More]

How To Prepare For War (Updated)

Executive Summary How to Prepare for: Trade War Energy War Financial War Cyberwar Grid-down attack Conventional Shooting War Nuclear War If you have not yet read Russia Did It! available free to all readers, please click here to read it ... [Read More]

Russia Did It!

Our lives are now fraught with easily-disproved fantasies, frauds and fictions being pushed to us through the media by institutions with deliberate agendas trying to engineer specific outcomes. Those of us with a pragmatic mindset and an ability to ... [Read More]

Has Bitcoin Bought It?

Punch-drunk from a series of crunching blows, dazed and confused, staggering for the ropes. It’s hard not to get the image of Bitcoin being pummeled by the market, getting the wind knock out of it. But is this picture true? Instead of focusing on ... [Read More]

How Much Longer Can We Get Away With It?

Alas, fakery isn't actually a solution to fiscal/financial crisis..This chart of "debt securities and loans"--i.e. total debt in the U.S. economy--is also a chart of the creation and distribution of new money, as the issuance of new debt is the ... [Read More]

Socialism: The Calculation Problem Is Not the Knowledge Problem

At the Mises Institute’s upcoming Austrian Economics Research Conference (AERC), there will be a panel commemorating the 30th anniversary of the second debate over socialist calculation. This second debate began with Israel Kirzner’s 1988 Review of ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 3/16 – Good News Friday: Criminal Justice Reforms In Philly, Cycling Slows Down Aging Process

Philadelphia’s New Top Prosecutor Is Rolling Out Wild, Unprecedented Criminal Justice Reforms 'Enough is enough of this violence': Hundreds of D.C.-area students rally at White House, Capitol The Student Walkout Against Gun Violence, in Photos How a ... [Read More]