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David Morgan - Silver Investor
  Correcting Antal Fekete's Historical Silver Errors 
In "The Double Whammy of Geopolitical Gold Games reposted in February 2013 (from January 31, 2008) by Antal Fekete he stated some errors of fact! Marco Polo, guide us on this excursion to China! Bruce Lee, help our reflexes to be as fast as yours! May we not be slap happy like Jackie Chan! Wo Fat, do not mislead us! Antal mentioned China's silver money system going back to the 16th century, then stated" "CHINA'S EXTERNAL TRADE WAS INSIGNIFIC
Saturday, March 11, 2017
Sprott Money
The Deep State’s Gold Scam And The Demonization Of Russia - Dave Kranzler/Stewart Dougherty 
Guest post from Stewart Dougherty: As the Fiscal Year 2018 budget, and particularly its war component are floated, it has become clear that without continued, massive military spending, paid for with mass-produced electrons masquerading as money, U. S. GDP would collapse, taking the country’s financial and monetary systems with it. The nation, whose real economy has been hollowed out, for profit, by the Deep State plunderers, has become significantly reliant upon deliberately contrived war
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Phoenix Capital - Gains Pains & Capital
The World’s Most – And Least – Miserable Countries in 2016
Authored by Steve H. Hanke of the Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. In what follows, I update my annual Misery Index calculations. A Misery Index was first constructed by economist Art Okun as a way to provide President Lyndon Johnson with a snapshot of the economy.  The original Misery Index was just a simple sum of a nation’s annual inflation rate and its unemployment rate. The Misery Index has been modified several times, first by Robert Barro of Harvard and then b
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Number One Concern of US Citizens is Terrorism
Here’s an interesting graph from the World Economic Forum from their article Which countries are on the right track, according to their citizens? Discontent spreads Between October and November 2016, the percentage of people who believe things are on the right track in their country dropped by 2 percentage points to 37% globally. China is bucking the trend with 90% of people expressing confidence in their country’s direction, followed by Saudi Arabia (80%). More than three quarters of Indians a
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
  Drifting into fascism 
Most people regard governments and their central banks as forces for the good. Financial crises and suchlike are therefore blamed on capitalism, and people believe our leaders do their best to pick up the pieces from market failures, because they are elected to promote the public good.The reality is very different, with governments acting not in the interests of their electors, but in the interest of the preservation of the administration. And the size of the administration is proportional to it
Friday, December 30, 2016
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
This Is The Dawn of Civil Unrest: A Checklist for Preppers To “Ride Out the Storm”
This article was written by Daisy Luther and originally published at TheOrganicPrepper.ca. Editor’s Comment: Though we are now past the election, and Donald Trump is officially scheduled to be the next president, we are hardly out of the woods. Division is now built into the American system.Left agitators, Black Lives Matter protesters, establishment lackeys and other types of operatives can all be counted on to stir up trouble. Topping that, terror attacks and natural disasters can create even
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Mickey Fulp - Mercenary Geologist
The 14-Year Record of the Baltic Dry Index 
A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary GeologistEarlier this year I documented seasonal moves in the prices of gold and oil over the past 20 years, copper over 13 years, and the Toronto Venture Exchange Index over 14 years (Mercenary Musings: January 4;March 28;April 11; June 13). I now present our research on the seasonality of the Baltic Dry Index (BDI). In this case, we obtained data from 2003 to 2016. In a series of normalized charts, we will show that for bull, bear, and overall
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Chris Powell - GATA
Bitcoin's rally crushed every other currency in 2016
Bitcoin, that nebulous digital currency that trades in cyberspace and is "mined" by code-cracking computers, emerged as a better bet this year than every major foreign-exchange trade, stock index and commodity contract. The electronic coin that trades and is regulated like oil and gold surged 79 percent since the start of 2016 to $778, its highest level since early 2014, data compiled by Bloomberg shows. That's four times the gains posted by Russia's ruble and Brazil's real, the world's top two
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
25 Cities On the Brink of Disaster: “Don’t Be Here When Things Get Violent, Unsafe and Fragile”
The 21st Century is inching ever closer towards chaos… and the time to get out of the big city is upon us. With economic conditions, growing crises, desperate populations looking to scratch by, and more hatred and division than at any previous point in American history, the city has become a dangerous and unruly setting – and finding yourseld in one that is falling apart could be the worst mistake you ever make. People are living in bigger urban zones than ever before… these megacities are the h
Monday, December 12, 2016
Mac Slavo - ShtfPlan
These Countries Have Nearly “Eliminated Cash From Circulation”
This article was written by Rory Hall and originally published at The Daily Coin. Editor’s Comment: The cashless society is catching up to all of us. Most of Europe has shifted that way, and now India is forcing the issue. In the United States, people are being acclimated to it, and may soon find that no other option is practical in the highly-digitized online world. Once that takes hold, the banksters, bureaucrats and hackers will have total information on all your transactions, purchasing beha
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
How To Win The “War On Gold”
Oh, the tangled web we weave, when we seek to deceive.  And sometimes, when we actually want to help – particularly when referring to vote-seeking politicians. Case in point, OPEC – which yesterday, pulled off the lie to end all lies in pretending to “cut production,” prompting the “oil PPT”-aided “market reaction it sought.  Thus, enabling it to kick the can a few more months – or perhaps, weeks – before the reality of history’s most oversupplied crude oil market inevitably smashes its elaborat
Friday, December 2, 2016
Sprott Money
Cashless World: 1 out of 3 People Never Use Cash - Rory Hall
We recently learned how serious these criminals are about stealing the sovereignty of every person on planet earth. Actually, most people are willingly handing over their sovereignty to the banks/government and have no idea what they are actually doing. When India ban, made illegal, the 500 and 1000 rupee banknote this move effected every 1 out of 7 people on planet earth. That means that every 7th person, anywhere and everywhere, you come in contact with may have been effected by this cas
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Mickey Fulp - Mercenary Geologist
The Never-Ending Wars of the United States of America
A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary Geologist"War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small 'inside' group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefi
Monday, November 21, 2016
Phoenix Capital - Gains Pains & Capital
Are Inflation Trades About to Begin The Next Big Leg Up?
The last week has been something of a sucker punch for the "inflation trade." A sucker punch is when someone hits you unexpectedly, often in the gut. It initially knocks the wind out of you and puts you into crisis mode. However, sucker punches rarely if ever result in a knock out or KO. Once you get your breathe back, you’re ready to fight. I believe the markets are in precisely this state. The Trump election win was a sucker punch that the markets didn’t see coming. And the random chaos in the
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
Q3 GDP was Hogwash
Since most everyone is focused on the upcoming U.S. elections, many investors may not have had the time to peel back the onion on the third quarter U.S. GDP report. So, if you just glanced at the headline GDP number of a 2.9% annualized growth rate, you may have concluded that the U.S. economy was finally on its way to sustainable growth. That 2.9% read was the biggest in the last two years and it also beat the median forecast of 2.6%. However, to put that number in perspective, averag
Monday, November 7, 2016
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
What Will It Be America? The First, Second, Or Third World?
On Thursday morning, I wrote “global regime change,” regarding the sweeping political and social revolution the world is undergoing, the result of four-plus decades of cancerous economic decay, historic wealth disparity, and the relentless surge of the cost of living caused by four-plus decades of unprecedented money printing.  No matter where you look, people are dispirited, demoralized, and angry; which is why, in the last two years alone, historic votes, referendums, or other forms of regime
Monday, November 7, 2016
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Robert Mundell's Interpretation of the Interwar Period
Today we will look at Robert Mundell's interpretation of the Interwar Period, 1914-1944. October 30, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 3: Nonmonetary Causes October 23, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 2: Steindl, Schwartz, and Eichengreen October 16, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression October 2, 2016: The Interwar Period, 1914-1944 When I entered the "supply side inner circle" around 2001, I was surprised to find that a lo
Sunday, November 6, 2016
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
What Will Be The Fed’s Excuse(s) This Time?
There’s a rising tide of discontent sweeping over America, just as it has in Western Europe, most of South America and the Middle East – which shortly, will consume China, Japan, and the rest of the world.  In some cases, it’s due to actual, specific crises – as in “vulnerable” second and third world countries like Venezuela, Brazil, Turkey, Cyprus, Greece, Syria, and Iraq.  In others – particularly, “first world” Western nations, defined largely by the power of their printing presses – it’s the
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Nathan Lewis - New World Economics
Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 3: Nonmonetary Causes
We've been looking at various "interpretations" of the Interwar Period, which of course focuses on the Great Depression. October 23, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression 2: Steindl, Schwartz, and Eichengreen October 16, 2016: Nonmonetary Perspectives on the Great Depression Some of the conclusions thus far: 1) You can't really get a "monetary deflation" unless there is a change in currency value. This can only happen in two ways: a rise in currency value vs. gold, o
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Jim Willie CB - Hat Trick Letter
  Broken Central Banks: 4 Quick Pix
The Western central bank franchise system is totally broken, totally insolvent, and totally corrupt. It invites the Gold Standard return. The entire financial system is built upon a debt-based monetary system. The debt saturation process has run its full course. The central bank heads have been covering the sovereign debt for the last five years, having rendered their balance sheets as ruined. Debt is at obscene levels, like $19.7 trillion for the USGovt. No debt limits are in place anymore, a s
Thursday, October 27, 2016
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