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Welcome to the Zombie-land Of Investing – Part II

In Part I of this research post, we highlight how the ES and Gold reacted 24+ months prior to the 2007-08 market peak and subsequent collapse in 2008-09.  The point we were trying to push out to our followers was that the current US stock market ... [Read More]

Keeping Gold’s Recent Decline in Perspective

Michael Oliver, author of Momentum and Structural Analysis, has been enormously helpful to me. His work, not only in precious metals but in every market segment, provides a longer term perspective that accurately places investors on the right side of ... [Read More]

Why a “Crypto-Yuan” Won’t Threaten the Dollar

By: Daniel Lacalle A state-owned cryptocurrency is, in itself, a contradiction in terms. The main reason why citizens want to use cryptocurrencies or gold is precisely to avoid the government or central bank monopoly of money. For a currency to ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 11/12 – NSW Faces Catastrophic Bushfire Risk, The Hidden Consequences Of Climate Change

Economy Hong Kong violence prompts reminder that China troops close at hand (Sparky1) China has a garrison of up to 12,000 troops in Hong Kong who have kept to barracks throughout the unrest, but it has vowed to crush any attempts at independence, a ... [Read More]

The FDA Wants to Control Your Stem Cells

There’s an escalating government assault on our stem cells and we should all be very concerned about it. Most people probably associate stem cells with religious debates over embryos and fetuses. However, we all have stem cells inside of us that many ... [Read More]

Now That We’ve Incentivized Sociopaths–Guess What Happens Next

As long as central banks create and distribute trillions in conscience-free credit to conscience-free financiers and corporations, the incentives for sociopathy only increase."Sociopath" is a word we now encounter regularly in the mainstream media, ... [Read More]

How Not to be a CIA Propagandist

Recorded on November 9, 2019, in Lake Jackson, Texas.Powered by WPeMatico ... [Read More]

19th-Century Americans Didn’t “Support the Troops”

Were an American from the mid-nineteenth century to time-travel to modern America, he'd be truly amazed to find that Americans are often expected to thank soldiers "for your service" and to act as if the military was the doing the taxpayer a ... [Read More]

My First Time to East Berlin

This is the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall — one of the most glorious moments in the modern history of freedom. I first passed through that wall while hitchhiking around Europe in the summer of 1977. After camping in West German ... [Read More]

Los economistas siguen enganchados al mito de que ahorrar es malo para la economía

By: Ryan McMaken Según los nuevos datos de la Oficina de Análisis Económico de los EE.UU., la tasa de ahorro personal en los EE.UU. en septiembre de 2019 era del 8,3 por ciento. Eso lo sitúa cerca de su nivel más alto de los últimos seis años, y ... [Read More]

Chinese central bank gold buying – On a need to know basis

By Ronan Manly at https://www.bullionstar.com/blogs/ronan-manly/chinese-central-bank-gold-buying-on-a-need-to-know-basis/ After announcing monthly gold purchases for ten straight months between December 2018 and September 2019, the Chinese central ... [Read More]

Welcome to the Zombie-land Of Investing – Part I

This current market environment is very reminiscent of the 2006-08 market environment where price rotated into weakness on technicals and continued to establish new all-time price highs in the process – creating what we are calling a “zombie-land ... [Read More]

Gold, Currencies, Treasuries All Getting Sold!

A Pfennig For Your Thoughts November 11, 2019 * Dollar bugs keep the pressure on the currencies * Chuck celebrates Veterans Day! Good day… And a Marvelous Monday to you! A Veteran’s Day Monday to boot! The wound center doctor, last Friday, told ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 11/11 – CEO Departures Hit New High In October, Australia Declares Fire Emergency

Economy Two of the world’s biggest economies are at risk of recession (Thomas R.) Germany may post data Thursday indicating that it’s in recession. Economists surveyed by Reuters believe the world’s fourth largest economy shrank 0.1% between July ... [Read More]

November 8 Week in Review

It was obviously a “Risk On” week, which of course means it was a not-so-good week for gold and Treasuries. Peter Schiff summed up the week with this comment: “It’s been a tough week for gold and silver and a record week for stocks because of—you ... [Read More]

Argentina Votes for More Inflation, Spending, and Economic Instability

Alberto Fernández and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s victory on October 27, 2019, has raised many questions about Argentina’s economic future. But the reversion to the Kirchener regime isn't as big a change as many presume. Outgoing president ... [Read More]

The Austrian Theory of Efficiency and the Role of Government

Introduction Orthodox public goods theory and its corollary — the standard economic justification for government intervention — have both been based on particular definitions of efficiency and optimality. According to the orthodox approach, if a ... [Read More]

The Cost of Government Is Rising Much Faster than Housing and Healthcare

This year, as it has for several consecutive years now, the Tax Foundation reported that “Americans will collectively spend more on taxes in 2019 than they will on food, clothing, and housing combined.” That the combined federal, state and local tax ... [Read More]

Daily Digest 11/9 – America Facing A Pension Crisis, How Scientists Got Climate Change So Wrong

Economy China Says Tariffs Will Go, But U.S. Doubts Remain (Thomas R.) “If the phase-one deal is signed, China and the U.S. should remove the same proportion of tariffs simultaneously based on the content of the deal,” Chinese Commerce Ministry ... [Read More]

Why Government Should not Fight Deflation

For most experts, deflation is considered bad news since it generates expectations of a decline in prices. As a result, they believe, consumers are likely to postpone their buying of goods at present since they expect to buy these goods at lower ... [Read More]