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Using Goldmoney to Preserve your Wealth

James Turk, and Michael Oliver return as guests. Cooper Quinn, Pres. & CEO of Osprey Gold Development visits for the first time. America’s Founders understood that if Americans were to retain their freedom and liberty, an ... [Read More]

IBM’s Weak Earnings To Weigh On Dow Jones Industrial Average

Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki of Street One Financial recaps Tuesday’s mixed market action that saw tech stocks boosted by a hugely bullish reaction to a single earnings report, and notes that the Dow could be hurt today by IBM’s weak ... [Read More]

Chuck Butler’s: What Lola Wants, She Surely Gets!

Chuck Butler's: A Pfennig For Your Thoughts                          July 19, 2017  * Currencies await ECB tomorrow... * Krone outperforms other Petrol Currencies * Chuck goes crazy in the FWIW section! Good Day... And a Wonderful Wednesday ... [Read More]

The Over-Quantification of Life

The idea that all endeavors can be distilled down to statistics has put us in the Over-Quantification Box.Correspondent Chad D. recently submitted a thought-provoking commentary on the Over-Quantification of Life:"I think you could constructively ... [Read More]

Don’t MacLean on Me

By: David GordonAs I mentioned in an earlier article, Nancy MacLean’s Democracy in Chains has aroused controversy, in large part owing to her many inaccuracies and misleading remarks.  I’d like in this note to call attention to a few more of ... [Read More]

To Fix Healthcare, We Need to Repeal a Lot More than Obamacare

By: Ryan McMakenI've always been willing to accept a repeal of Obamacare that was less than perfect, and I've never subscribed to the idea that only a total and complete repeal of Obamacare should warrant my support. Even a small tax cut is better ... [Read More]

Is the COMEX Rigged?

BullionStar Blogs Ronan Manly    Posted on 18 Jul 2017 by Ronan Manly The COMEX gold futures market and the London OTC gold market have a joint monopoly on setting the international gold price. This is because these two markets ... [Read More]

Using Goldmoney to Preserve your Wealth

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s show and Michael Oliver says the critical low in gold wasn’t reached and says stock shorts are finding the market frustrating.  Cooper Quinn, President and Director of Osprey Gold Development, ... [Read More]

What The End Of Ultra-Easy Monetary Policy Means For Bonds

From BlackRock: Central banks are increasingly moving away from super accommodative monetary policy, and Richard Turnill explains what this means for investors. Central banks increasingly are moving away from excessively easy monetary ... [Read More]

Chuck Butler’s Are You Ready For “This”?

Chuck Butler's: A Pfennig For Your Thoughts                          July 18, 2017 * Dollar gets sold like... * The strong dollar trend... * Is over...  are you ready? Good day... And a Tom Terrific Tuesday to you! Are you ready for this? I ... [Read More]

What Is the Yield Curve & Why Is It So Important?

  Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark explain why you need to understand the yield curve – the plot of the expected interest payout of bonds – and what it tells you about the overall health of the markets. You’ll learn how to read the yield curve and ... [Read More]

Bullion Star: Chinese Cross-Border Trade Rules on Gold

Introduction Chinese cross-border trade in gold refers to gold imported into, or exported from China. This gold trade can be in one of two forms of trade, General Trade or Processing Trade. At a high level, “General Trade” refers to the ... [Read More]

Why 2017 Is Like 1969

1969-2017: and here we are again, in so many ways.A deeply polarizing new president, a disastrously misguided official narrative that the political Establishment doggedly supports despite a damning lack of evidence, and an economy teetering on the ... [Read More]

Private Property and Higher Ed

By: Peter G. KleinThe US higher-education world has been rocked the last two years by student protests, "free-speech" controversies, and allegations of faculty misconduct at schools as diverse as Missouri, Yale, Middlebury, Berkeley, and Evergreen ... [Read More]

Even Partial Drug Legalization Goes a Long Way in Protecting Property Rights

By: Ryan McMakenWhy Even Partial Legalization of Drugs Is a Good Thing The partial legalization of marijuana has not been quite ideal. Thanks to high regulatory burdens on the marijuana-production industry, limitations on production volume, and high ... [Read More]

Net Neutrality Strengthens Monopolies, Invites Corruption

By: Ryan McMakenWhen it imposed its net neutrality rules on the telecom industry, the FCC was fixing a problem that didn't exist. While proponents of Net Neutrality have long claimed that the regulations are necessary to impose fairness for internet ... [Read More]

How to Look at Tariffs

By: Murray N. RothbardThe best way to look at tariffs or import quotas or other protectionist restraints is to forget about political boundaries.Political boundaries of nations may be important for other reasons, but they have no economic meaning ... [Read More]

Strong Chinese Data Gives Currencies A Boost!

Chuck Butler's: A Pfennig For Your Thoughts                          July 17, 2017 * Another day of weak U.S. data! * Gold gains $11.10! * Jamie Dimon tells us his thoughts! Good Day... And a Marvelous Monday to you! Another grand weekend ... [Read More]

Are We Now Obsolete? / Ann Barnhardt

You Are Now Obsolete: Father/Mother/Employee/Investor/Patient/Customer! This is the new reality! Have you suffered the disturbing experience of being treated by the system as though you are an unneeded nuisance - and rather than serving your ... [Read More]

Are U.S. Equities Due to Rise Forever?

Chris Hamilton, who was my guest last week on my radio show, makes a very strong case for a perpetual decline in GDP, given not only a declining rate of population growth but also an outright decline in the number of working-age adults. Like Harry ... [Read More]