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Bullion Vault
Spot Gold Halves Post-2014 Recovery vs. Euro Ahead of Fed, ECB, BoE Decisions as Middle East Tensions Worsen
SPOT GOLD prices failed to hold a 0.4% overnight rally from new 5-month lows in London on Tuesday, slipping back as world stock markets rose again ahead of tomorrow's key US Fed decision on Dollar interest rates amid worsening tensions in the Middle East. Edging back towards $1241 per ounce today, the price of gold bullion for immediate delivery has now halved the 16% gains for 2017 reached at early September's 12-month peak.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Sprott Money
The NEW U.S. Economic Mythology - Jeff Nielson
The Corporate media lies to us, all of the time. This is not an assertion, merely an elementary observation. With a real “free press”, we see occasional moments where different media outlets may agree on the interpretation of particular events and/or the relative importance of events. All other times, we see a divergence of opinion between media outlets. This is what we would expect to see. Homo sapiens are a contrarian species. We all have our own ideas – or at least we used to. What do we
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
The Fed, The Cartel, and The Powers That Be On The Precipice
It’s early Saturday morning – and I do mean early – and I have a lot to say, about a great many things.  I’ll try to be as brief as possible – but irrespective, I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.  Starting with a brief description of my “voting history” – starting with November 1988, when I had just turned 18 years old.  A freshman at SUNY Albany in upstate New York, I was still living in Long Island – in a broken, but decidedly Democratic household.  I didn’t know much about anything; and thus, the deci
Saturday, May 7, 2016
Tom DiLorenzo - lewRockwell
War-Crime Denial
“[F]rom the military policies of Sherman and Sheridan there lies but an easy step to the total war of the Nazis, the greatest affront to Western civilization since its founding.”                    –Richard M. Weaver, The Southern Essays of Richard M.                       Weaver, pp. 168-169. Having lied about secession, states’ rights, the origins of the Constitution, Lincoln, and just about everything having to do with the American “Civil War” for many generations, the Lincoln cult is now har
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Hugo Salinas Price -
Thoughts About the Islamic Jihad 
Prefatory notes: Reports have been circulating on the Internet that the Islamic State “ISIS” is a creation of Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency, and that the Caliph or religious head of ISIS, Baghdadi, is actually a Jew. So questions arise: Is ISIS for real, or will its creators reduce it to insignificance once it has fulfilled the function for which it was created? Can a fanatic religious movement be dissolved or controlled?  Can a fanatic religious movement, initially created by outside
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Dan Popescu - GoldBroker
Russia’s Role in the Gold Market 
Dan Popescu for   We say a picture is worth a thousand words. President Putin holding a gold bar in front of the media is no accident nor a coincidence. By this image, he intends to show the world the importance Russia grants gold. Russia was, in 2013, for the second successive year, the largest announced gold buyer. This was partially achieved by regular acquisitions of its local mine supply. Russia and Kazakhstan bought more than half of the gross increase in gold reserves
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Chris Martenson
Iraq Breaks Down, Oil Surges 
The situation in Iraq is serious, and is probably going to get worse before it gets better. The potential for this recent action to morph into a regional conflict is very high. That that means that oil could go a lot higher, and if it does, we can expect the odds of a global economic recession and an attendant financial crisis to go up considerably from here. Before we dive into what's actually happening over there right now, I need to begin with a longer and deeper historical context of the reg
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Jeff Clark - Casey Research
Russian Bullion Dealer: Russians Aren’t Into Gold—Yet—But Wait Until They Stampede 
With Russia rising to the forefront of world affairs as well as natural-resource-related events, we thought it timely to find out more about Russians’ attitude toward gold. We’ve been in touch with Russian bullion expert Dmitriy Balkovskiy for over a year and decided to get his take. Here’s the view from Russia… Jeff Clark: Thanks for joining us, Dmitriy. Tell us about your background. Dmitriy Balkovskiy: I live in Moscow, but have studied and worked in both the US and New Zealand. I edit
Monday, June 16, 2014
James Howard Kunstler
Warrior Land 
Looking around America these days, if you can stand it, the sense of what it means to be a man has become a very shaky business. I was studying one particular tattooed moron, twenty-something, in the gym Saturday. He had on display a full sleeve-job of “tribal” skin décor in that curvy blade-like motif that invokes a general idea of ninja swordplay. Perhaps he really was a dangerous dude, a Navy Seal just back from slitting Taliban throats in Nangarhar. More likely, he was a fork-lift operator i
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Hugo Salinas Price -
  When reality overthrows imagination 
Imagination is an exclusively human faculty. Only humans can imagine. I have on another occasion mentioned Arthur Koestler’s remarkable book, “The Sleepwalkers”. As a child of his time, Koestler accepted the theory of Evolution, but he did have a question (which he did not answer) regarding this theory. I am not quoting Koestler’s very words, but this is their substance: “If we are evolved creatures, and our bodily constitution reflects the challenges of survival and our ability to evolve to m
Thursday, December 19, 2013
JS Kim - Smart Knowledge U
#AskJPM Fiasco Provides Blueprint to Rein in Criminal Banking Behavior
The #AskJPM debacle that JP Morgan cancelled earlier this month due to embarrassment and humiliation regarding the mountain of questions they received in regard to their criminal actions provided a gift to all of us. American Indian tribes did not have jails due to the impracticality of having permanent prisons when their way of life called for a nomadic lifestyle. However, this, by no means, implied that everyone in their tribes acted as angels and committed no wrongdoing. It did however mean t
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Bitcoin, Encryption, Drug Use, and the FBI's Own Bitcoin Wallet; What's the War on Drugs "Really" Ab
Last week, the FBI shut down the underground website known as "Silk Road" and confiscated the bitcoin wallet of Ross Ulbricht, the site operator, on drug charges. The estimated value of Ulbricht's bitcoin wallet is $80 million, but the FBI has been unable to crack the encryption code. Escrow accounts were not as protected. The FBI also seized (stole if you prefer) various escrow accounts, moving the funds to its own bitcoin wallet. Bitcoin Background On the off chance you do not know what bi
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
David Galland - Casey Research
Is American Justice Dead
Every nation-state has a body of laws woven into the fabric of society. As Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto has commented on extensively, the stronger the rule of law, the stronger the economy.And by "stronger" laws, I mean laws that are impervious to tampering for personal or political gains. The connection between a sound judiciary and economic health is readily comprehensible, except maybe to a politician… businesses and individuals are far more likely to invest capital in a country with u
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Tom DiLorenzo - lewRockwell
Jesse Jackson Jr. Is Shivering in His Lizard Slippers
Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. is terrified. He is terrified that the American public has started to believe that they are the masters rather than the servants of their own government. He is terrified that they may have started to think that the old Jeffersonian dictum that governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed is not such a bad idea. Most of all, he is terrified that the pub
Friday, September 16, 2011
Tom DiLorenzo
  How the Lincoln Myth Was Hatched 

Thursday, July 22, 2010
Tom DiLorenzo - lewRockwell
The First Dictator-President
The violence of the criticism aimed at Lincoln by the great men of his time on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line is startling. The breadth and depth of the spectacular prejudice against him is often shocking for its cruelty, intensity, and unrelenting vigor. The plain truth is that Mr. Lincoln was deeply reviled by many who knew him personally, and by hundreds of thousands who only knew of him. ~ Larry Tagg, The Unpopular Mr. Lincoln: The Story of America's Most Reviled President
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Schwarzenegger's Budget Addresses Few Structural Issues
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Michael J. Panzner - Financial Armageddon
Fueling an Even Bigger Public Safety Problem
Monday, November 16, 2009
Michael J. Panzner - financial Armageddon
Setting the Stage for a Major Crime
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Aubie Baltin
Bailouts, Regulations Re-Regulation

Saturday, September 20, 2008