The Big Event of 2018: “Safe” Government Bonds Break Down

The chart on your left and the viewpoint expressed in this issue that 2018 will be a big down year for U.S. sovereign debt as well as that of two major allies, Germany and Japan, is the view that Michael Oliver sent to his subscribers last week. (Go to www.OliverMSA.com […]

Is America Approaching Hyperinflation?

Charles Hugh Smith is a first time guest on the radio program while Robert Carrington and Michael Oliver return. Something is hugely wrong with our government’s CPI index. Their “inflation” statistics suggest that the cost of living is rising at less than 2% per year. But the living standard of […]

Is America Approaching Hyperinflation?

Jay introduces the guests and gives update on some of the sponsors and Michael Oliver provides his usual guidance for direction of gold and key markets. Robert Carrington, President & CEO, and Director of Newrange Gold, updates listeners on developments on the company’s Pamlico gold project.  Charles Hugh Smith talks about the […]

Is Gold Building a Base for Something Big?

Jeff Clark visits as a guest for the first time this week on the radio program while Brian Groves and Chen Lin return. Michael Oliver is on jury duty this week and as such he is unavailable. Global demand for physical gold from both the private sector and central banks is increasing while at the […]

Is Gold Building a Base for Something Big?

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors and Chen Lin shares an oil and gas stock that he thinks has similar upside to what Novo Resources achieved in 2017. Brian Groves, CEO and Director of Genesis Metals, talks about the progress being made by the company in response to the demand for […]

Saudi Arabia & Other Geopolitical Gold Market Shockers for 2018

Christopher Martenson, Peter Tallman and Michael Oliver return as guests on this weeks program. “If the Saudi Arabia situation doesn’t worry you, you’re not paying attention.” That was the heading for an essay recently written on Nov. 10, 2017 by Chris.  In this article he discussed how the value of the dollar is facing […]

Saudi Arabia & Other Geopolitical Gold Market Shockers for 2018

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors and explains the subject for the day’s show and Michael Oliver updates the dollar, gold and important markets. Peter Tallman, P.Geo, President, CEO and Director of Klondike Gold, updates the company’s attempts to outline a multi-million ounce gold deposit in the Yukon. Chris Martenson, […]

Jay Taylor’s Inflation/Deflation Watch (IDW)

This week my IDW made another new high since its January 31, 2005, inception. For various reasons I have discussed of late, I fear that we are entering a period of time in which hyperinflation occurs, not in terms of financial assets so much as in normal cost-of-living items. To […]

Will Crypto-currencies Replace Gold as Money? 

Alasdair Macleod, Robert Carrington and Michael Oliver return as guests on the radio program. Some people think that crypto-currencies will replace gold as money, but Alasdair Macleod who sits on the board of directors of Goldmoney provides a very well informed opinion on that issue. Goldmoney recently has begun accepting […]

Will Crypto-currencies Replace Gold as Money?

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors and explains the subject for the day’s show and Michael Oliver updates the dollar, gold and important markets. Robert Carrington, President & CEO and Director of Newrange Gold Corp., talks about the company’s ongoing success and gives plans of progression. Alasdair Macleod, runs FinanceAndEconomics.org, and is […]

My Inflation/Deflation Watch (IDW) Registers a Definitive New High at 160.38

I started my IDW on January 31, 2005, as a means of sensing whether the global stock, bond, and equity markets are inflating. As you can see from the chart above, except for the financial crisis in 2008-09, the system has been inflating. Over the past 11 years and 10 […]

The Petrodollar & Gold. Will 2018 Be the End of U.S. Dollar Hegemony?

France and other nations began to demand gold for dollars at $35/oz. in the late 1960s into 1971 as the U.S. began printing money to pay for Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society and the Vietnam War. Gold was leaving the U.S. Treasury so rapidly that the value of the dollar would soon […]

How Much Longer Can the Petrodollar Survive?

Jerry Robinson and Michael Oliver return and new guest Nav Dhaliwal joins us this week on the radio program. In 1971 Nixon detached gold from the U.S. dollar and the international monetary system. To maintain demand for a now intrinsically worthless dollar, the mighty U.S. military was used to demand […]

How Much Longer Can the Petrodollar Survive?

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors and explains for the subject for the day’s show and Michael Oliver updates the dollar, gold and important markets. Nav Dhaliwal, president and CEO of Bonterra Resources, gives information on the company’s emerging multi-million oz. gold discovery in Quebec. Jerry Robinson, explains why a dollar crash […]

Are Russia and China Better Off Financially than the U.S.?

Are Russia and China Better Off Financially than the U.S.? Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff and Michael Oliver return as guests on this week’s episode of the radio program. Kotlikoff recently opined that given $200 trillion of U.S. national debt, the U.S. is in worse financial shape than Russia, China or any […]

Are Russia and China Better Off Financially than the U.S.?

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors and explains for the title for the day’s show and gives updated news and predictions for some of sponsors. Michael Oliver explains his view on the dollar and says he believes it has bottomed and also gives information on the major markets and trends. Dr. Laurence […]

My IDW Is Nearing a Twelve-Year High

The Fed is supposed to be tightening credit, and rising interest rates sug­­­gest they are at least not engaging in QE (mone­tizing debt). But as Alasdair Macleod noted on one of my recent radio shows, as rates start to rise, banks that had held massive amounts of government debt start […]

A Repeat of the 1970s Inflation or Worse?

John Rubino, Chen Lin and Michael Oliver return on this week’s radio show. Price action in markets often seems counterintuitive. Alasdair explained why stocks often decline even as earnings begin to rise because stock prices have much more to do with flows of money than with fundamentals. Last week Richard Maybury opined that an […]

A Repeat of the 1970s Inflation or Worse?

Jay introduces the guests, sponsors and the title and description for the day’s show and Michael Oliver gives his predictions for sector gains in 2018. Chen Lin gives his top picks in the pharmaceutical and energy sectors and explains why Sorrento Therapeutics is a great buy and ready to go higher. John […]

Gold Update

On your left is plotted the average monthly price of gold, dating back to January 1995. That’s the red line; you can also see the 20-month average (purple line) and the 40-month average (yellow line). As we near the end of October 2017, the averages were $1,281.09 for this month, […]