Gold


China’s Plan to End Dependency on American Trade

By Alasdair Macleod Mises Institute March 27, 2018   China’s Plan to End Dependency on American Trade   The timing of America’s announcement on new tariffs is circumstantially connected with China. In an announcement of enormous importance, a date has finally been set for trading in oil futures denominated in yuan. China’s suppliers of roughly 8.5 […]

China's Plan to End Dependency on American Trade

A Brief (and Messy) History of Modern Gold Standards

A Brief (and Messy) History of Modern Gold Standards

By Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna Mises Institute January 25, 2018   A Brief (and Messy) History of Modern Gold Standards   Although gold prices hit a new high in mid-January, Americans, by and large, are still reluctant about gold. They don’t quite “get it.” This incomprehension is different than that of Americans not “getting,” for example, bitcoin (as few seem […]


Hard Assets In an Age of Negative Interest Rates

By Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna Mises Institute October 2, 2017   Hard Assets In an Age of Negative Interest Rates   Time is the soul of money, the long-view — its immortality. Hard assets are forever, even when destroyed by the cataclysms of history. It is the outlook that perpetuated the most competent and powerful aristocracies in continental […]

Hard Assets In an Age of Negative Interest Rates

Surviving The Coming Bond Crash

Surviving The Coming Bond Crash

By RPI Staff Ron Paul Institute September 30, 2017   Surviving The Coming Bond Crash   Central banks have created a worldwide bond bubble that threatens to destroy economies and nations. US and global debt skyrockets. The financial system on life support. Investment advisor Michael Pento  joins today’s Liberty Report to tell us what to expect […]


Can Switzerland Survive Today’s Assault on Cash and Sound Money?

By Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna Mises Institute August 8, 2017   Can Switzerland Survive Today’s Assault on Cash and Sound Money?   “Switzerland will have the last word,” wrote Victor Hugo in the late 19th century. “It possesses one of the most perfect forms of government in the world.” A contemporary of his, Frederick Kuenzli, a scholar of […]

Can Switzerland Survive Today's Assault on Cash and Sound Money?

Will E-Commerce Usher in a Cashless Society?

Will E-Commerce Usher in a Cashless Society?

By Rory Hall The Daily Coin May 5, 2017   Will E-Commerce Usher in a Cashless Society?     As we have been documenting for the past several months, China is moving closer and closer to being a cashless society. With the advent of Gold Money and WeChat and having the ability to transfer gold […]


Gold Manipulation and $1.2 Quadrillion in Derivatives

By Rory Hall The Daily Coin April 27, 2017   Gold Manipulation and $1.2 Quadrillion in Derivatives     For several months during 2016 I was researching the SDR, Federal Reserve Note/U.S. dollar, global currencies and the people behind the scenes pulling the strings. The pulling of the strings was being conducted by oligarchs, like the […]

Gold Manipulation and $1.2 Quadrillion in Derivatives

Martin Armstrong - Economic Downturn Will Take World to War

Martin Armstrong – Economic Downturn Will Take World to War

By Greg Hunter April 22, 2017   Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with renowned economist Martin Armstrong of ArmstrongEconomics.com. Former hedge fund manager Martin Armstrong, who is an expert on economic and political cycles, says, “You have to understand what makes war even take place? It does not unfold when everybody is fat […]


Turkey to Confiscate Gold in New Clever Way – To Help Citizens Earn Money

Turkey to Confiscate Gold in New Clever Way – To Help Citizens Earn Money

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics April 13, 2017   Turkey to Confiscate Gold in New Clever Way – To Help Citizens Earn Money     The dwindling credit of Turkey and significant decline in its currency, has led to the new clever idea of confiscating gold with a smile. The Turkish Central Bank has come […]


The War on Cash: Old and New

By Louis Rouanet Mises Institute April 2, 2017   The War on Cash: Old and New   Before the United States ran aground on the dangerous reefs of State interventionism and centralism, the dollar was not only a sign of stability, but also a symbol of human freedom. A dollar was a means to express your wants […]

The War on Cash: Old and New