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Nomi Prins ~ My Financial Road Map For 2016

By Nomi Prins NomiPrins.com January 8, 2016   My Financial Road Map For 2016   Happy New Year to All! May 2016 bring peace to you and your loved ones. Over the holidays, I had the opportunity to stay away from airports and hike Runyon Canyon with my dogs. For those of you that have […]

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Can the US Dollar Face Down the Chinese Yuan?

By James G. Rickards Mises.org December 1, 2015   Can the US Dollar Face Down the Chinese Yuan?   [Editor’s note: Yesterday the International Monetary Fund designated the Chinese yuan as one of the global currencies used to calculate the value of Special Drawing Rights. This event may portend a significant reordering of the world’s monetary […]


There’s No Such Thing as Excessive Profits

By Robert P. Murphy Foundation for Economic Education October 23, 2015   There’s No Such Thing as Excessive Profits Problems with a “Fair Rate of Return”     If you want to do business in Venezuela, you will have to let the government do your bookkeeping to make sure you aren’t making too much. Venezuelan president Nicolás […]

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The End of the World Has Already Begun

By Bill Bonner Bonner & Partners October 20, 2015   The End of the World Has Already Begun   FRANKFURT, Germany – Nothing much to report from the stock market yesterday. Investors are regaining their calm. A few weeks ago, it looked as though the end of the world had begun. We are talking, of […]


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How Keynes Almost Prevented the Keynesian Revolution

By Mark Tovey Mises.org August 17, 2015   How Keynes Almost Prevented the Keynesian Revolution   October 30, 1929. A brisk autumn’s day in Manhattan. The Savoy-Plaza Hotel’s thirty-three stories cast a long shadow over Central Park. At the base of the hotel a financier lies freshly fallen, motionless, while his last breath, wrenched from […]


How Much Is Gold Really Worth?

By Bill Bonner Bonner & Partners August 12, 2015   How Much Is Gold Really Worth?     TIVOLI, New York – The Dow plummeted 211 points – or 1.2% – yesterday. The Shanghai Composite was flat. Gold rose $4 in New York… bringing it to $1,107. Is gold reasonably priced? Too high? Too low? […]

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Financial Warfare, China and the Gold Market

By Bill Holter Global Research August 7, 2015   Financial Warfare, China and the Gold Market   Shock of all shocks, the IMF announced the Chinese yuan will not be admitted into the SDR until at least Sept. 2016. What exactly does this mean? I can tell you the gold community is so shell shocked […]


Finally, One Banker Gets Sizable Jail Term. But Will Others Follow?

By Deirdre Fulton Common Dreams August 4, 2015   Finally, One Banker Gets Sizable Jail Term. But Will Others Follow? Sentence in LIBOR manipulation case is ‘one of the harshest penalties meted out against a banker since the financial crisis’       “A message needs to be sent to the world of banking,” said […]

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Supply and Demand in the Gold and Silver Futures Markets

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler Paul Craig Roberts.org July 27, 2015   Supply and Demand in the Gold and Silver Futures Markets   This article establishes that the price of gold and silver in the futures markets in which cash is the predominant means of settlement is inconsistent with the conditions of […]


Central Banks and Our Dysfunctional Gold Markets

By Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna Mises.org July 23, 2015   Central Banks and Our Dysfunctional Gold Markets   Many investors still view gold as a safe-haven investment, but there remains much confusion regarding the extent to which the gold market is vulnerable to manipulation through short-term rigged market trades, and long-arm central bank interventions. First, it remains […]

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Are Big Banks Using Derivatives To Suppress Bullion Prices?

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts and Dave Kranzler Paul Craig Roberts.org July 9, 2015   Are Big Banks Using Derivatives To Suppress Bullion Prices?   We have explained on a number of occasions how the Federal Reserves’ agents, the bullion banks (principally JPMorganChase, HSBC, and Scotia) sell uncovered shorts (“naked shorts”) on the Comex (gold […]

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The Big Picture

By Peter Schiff Euro Pacific Capital July 7, 2015   The Big Picture   The past four years or so have been extremely frustrating for investors like me who have structured their portfolios around the belief that the current experiments in central bank stimulus, the anti-business drift in Washington, and America’s  mediocre economy and unresolved debt […]


Financial Bombshells: Greece and JPMorgan

By Bill Holter Global Research July 1, 2015   Financial Bombshells: Greece and JPMorgan   Not that almost any and all news today is enough to make you scratch your head, two pieces of news yesterday were bombshells!  I am talking about Greece’s stance of staying IN the Eurozone and the Zerohedge article regarding JPMorgan “cornering” […]

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