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Sprott Money
Bitcoin Has No Yield, but Gold Does
Last week I said: It is commonly accepted to say the dollar is “printed”, but we can see from this line of thinking it is really borrowed. There is a real borrower on the other side of the transaction, and that borrower has powerful motivations to keep paying to service the debt. Bitcoin has no backing. Bitcoin is created out of thin air, the way people say of the dollar. The quantity of bitcoins created may be strictly limited by Satoshi’s design. We referred to the dollar as being borrowed
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
Bitcoin Buying And Bullion Swaps-The Wisdom Of Experience
Alright, let’s start by getting the B.S. out of the way – of how stocks are rising, and bullion falling, due to the “diminished Korean threat.”  To start with, amidst supposed investor “terror” of nuclear Armageddon, the VIX, even at its most “terrifying” point, barely rose – whilst the stock market had exactly one bad day; during which, care of the PPT, the “Dow Jones Propaganda Average”  fell just 0.93%.  Conversely, the “safe-haven surge” into PMs produced exactly one violation of the gold Ca
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Stewart Thomson - Graceland Update
Gold Versus The Yen
Graceland Updates By Stewart Thomson1.For gold to perform well against the US dollar, it needs to perform well against the Japanese yen.2.Please click here now. Double-click to enlarge. 3.Since 2011 gold has traded sideways against the yen.Since 2013 it has been coiling in a very positive symmetrical triangle pattern.4.An upside breakout would usher in a major move higher for gold against both the yen and the dollar.5.Since 2013, the Indian market has been dealing with major duty, import rule, a
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Sprott Money
Digital Enslavement Is Now Assured: ACChain - Rory Hall
This is justification for what I have been saying for a year or more – blockchain chain technology and cryptocurrencies are evil and will usher in a cashless society. If some of what I am about say sounds harsh it is because we are discussing our lives – not just our financial lives, but our ability to have the life we dream about, hope for and work to obtain. As we have pointed out, especially over the past few months, the too big to jail banks, IMF, United Nations and BIS have all been e
Monday, August 14, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
  Stock Market Correction Hasn’t Begun to Begin! It Will (And North Korea Has Nothing to Do With It)
With the threat of nuclear war with North Korea looming, inquiring minds may be wondering what that threat is currently worth. Indices Currencies Commodities Bonds The above are charts from Investing.Com. What’s the Threat of Nuclear War Worth? If you assign today’s movement to a nuclear war threat here are some possible assignments: Commodities: Gold was up less than one percent, silver up a bit more than a percent, oil fell about 2%. Equities: The Dow dropped less than a percent, the S&P
Monday, August 14, 2017
Gary Tanashian - Biwii
Potential Pivots Upcoming for Stocks and Gold
By: Gary TanashianPrologue: This is a bearish article written by someone who covered his short (bearish) positions today (except for the euro) and has only long positions now, in precious metals and stocks, along with a heaping helping of cash. In other words, per yesterday’s snapshot, the market had dropped to levels that could see a bounce, especially since the spark to this week’s reaction was not legitimate as a substantial market input. This article is not concerned with short-term ups and
Monday, August 14, 2017
Sprott Money
“What, Me Worry?” Markets - Gary Christenson
Mad Magazine introduced Alfred E. Neuman (What, Me Worry?) in the 1950s. He did NOT become a central banker. That is “fake news.” Global central banks, including the Federal Reserve, created “What, Me Worry?” markets after the 2008 crash. There has been little worry since the November election, until now. But the market worry level may have increased. Changes between highs and lows in two days – until time of this writing: Date Aug. 8 Aug. 10 DOW
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Egon von Greyerz - Matterhorn AM
FINAL CURRENCY DEBASEMENT TO ZERO HAS STARTED 
Fake money has created a totally uneven playing field for most ordinary people. Money used to represent a medium of exchange that would facilitate bartering. Instead of exchanging goods or services, people would receive a piece of paper that was equal to the value of their goods or services. This was initially an honest system when for each service or goods offered there was only one bank note issued. Eventually the banker started to cheat and issued a lot more money/paper than the counter value
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Andy Hoffman - Miles Franklin
It’s All Going Wrong For A Gold Cartel On The Precipice
I wasn’t planning to write another article this week – as tomorrow morning (Friday), I’m taping a MUST LISTEN interview with one of the smartest investors in the Precious Metals/Cryptocurrency space; Edward Blake, the Renegade Investor.  Not to mention, it’s the middle of August, and I have yet to take a day off from publishing all year.  However, as we are living through what may well be a major inflection point in history – monetary and otherwise – I figured I’d pen a few thoughts.  What the h
Friday, August 11, 2017
Jason Hamlin - Gold Stock Bull
“What, Me Worry?” Markets
Mad Magazine introduced Alfred E. Neuman (What, Me Worry?) in the 1950s. He did NOT become a central banker. That is “fake news.” Global central banks, including the Federal Reserve, created “What, Me Worry?” markets after the 2008 crash.  There has been little worry since the November election, until now. But the market worry level may have increased.  Changes between highs and lows in two days – until time of this writing: Date                       Aug. 8                   Aug. 10 DOW       
Friday, August 11, 2017
Bullion Vault
Gold Bar Prices Jump as 'Safe Haven' Dollar Beats Euro + Sterling for Only 9th Week of 2017 So Far
GOLD BAR prices in the global wholesale market jumped Thursday afternoon in London as weaker-than-expected US inflation data followed a fresh threat from North Korea of firing missiles – possibly nuclear – towards the US island territory and Asian military base of Guam. Priced in Dollars, large gold bars came within $10 of June's 7-month high above $1295 per ounce, rising 1.2% from the same time last week at Thursday afternoon's London gold benc
Friday, August 11, 2017
Julian D. W. Phillips - Gold Forecaster
Gold Market Morning: August-10-2017: FOMC and North Korea
Gold Today–New York closed yesterday at $1,279.30.London opened at $1,278.00today.Overall the dollar was stronger against global currencies, early today. Before London’s opening:-The $: € was stronger at $1.1732 after the yesterday’s$1.1760: €1.-The Dollar index was strongerat 93.70 after yesterday’s 93.61.-The Yen was weaker at 109.98 after yesterday’s 109.75:$1. -The Yuan was much strongerat 6.6594 after yesterday’s 6.6782: $1. -The Pound Sterling was weaker at $1.2980 after yesterday’s $1.300
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Alasdair Macleod - Finance and Eco.
Cryptocurrency - its status as money
The cryptocurrency craze is fascinating to an economist, or at least a student of catallactics, because it is a test of the theory of exchange ratios and prices, which is what catallactics is about.For this reason, the outcome of the cryptocurrency craze is of great theoretical interest. It is also of interest to students of the psychology of speculation.Supporters of cryptocurrencies claim they are money. If they are unable to substantiate this claim, then we must conclude that cryptocurrencies
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Sprott Money
Cryptocurrencies – The Next Level of Power and Control Developed by The NSA - Rory Hall
In November 2013 we learned that bitcoin was built on technology the NSA had developed. The original source was deleted from an interview conducted that month and, unfortunately, is now lost to history – it doesn’t change the facts. Now we learn that information was 100% spot on correct. The NSA developed blockchain technology and released the information in a white paper that has been uncovered by Ken Schortgen, Jr., The Daily Economist. This confirms what has been reported by very few p
Thursday, August 10, 2017
James Turk - Goldmoney
Shakespeare on Finance
We are told by Shakespeare: “Neither a borrower nor a lender be.” Is it good advice?Like so many things in life, the answer is - it depends. Individuals are different, and what is right for one person may not be suitable for another. What’s more, everyone’s circumstances are different, which may require different decisions that result in a myriad of outcomes.Consider too what has happened to money in the four centuries that have passed since Shakespeare penned those immortal words. The Bard hims
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Adrian Ash - Bullion Vault
August 2007: When the Central Bank Con-Trick Failed
"Whatever it takes" has so far equaled $15 trillion of QE... WEDNESDAY this week marks the 10th anniversary of what pundits, analysts and most investors now agree was the start of the global financial crisis, writes Adrian Ash at BullionVault. If they had been paying attention when the interbank credit markets first froze in fear – back on 9 August 2007 – most people wou
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Julian D. W. Phillips - Gold Forecaster
Gold Market Morning: August-8-2017: Gold and silver steady
Gold Today–New York closed yesterday at $1,264.70.London opened at $1,260.00today.Overall the dollar was slightly weaker against global currencies, early today. Before London’s opening:-The $: € was slightly weaker at $1.1804 after the yesterday’s$1.1802: €1.-The Dollar index was slightly weakerat 93.36 after yesterday’s 93.38.-The Yen was stronger at 110.58 after yesterday’s 110.81:$1. -The Yuan was strongerat 6.7059 after yesterday’s 6.7190: $1. -The Pound Sterling was weaker at $1.3035 after
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Mish - Global Economic Analysis
Bitcoin vs Gold: Peter Schiff vs Max Keiser – Who is Right? Bitcoins the New Beaver Pelts?
A major debate topic came up between Max Keiser and Peter Schiff at the Freedom Fest conference on July 19-22 in Las Vegas.: Bitcoin vs Gold. Max Keiser is a huge proponent of Bitcoin. Peter Schiff says “These digital currencies might make fiat currencies look good. That’s how bad they are.” The video was well produced, thanks to Stacy Hebert. It’s well worth a play in entirety. Bitcoins the New Beaver Pelts As noted in my clip, I think Schiff is on the right side of the debate. This is my ta
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Michael Pento - Delta Global Advisors
The Death of Abenomics; the Rise of Interest Rates
Job approval numbers for Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are in freefall. Abe's support has now fallen below 30%, and his Liberal Democratic Party recently suffered heavy losses stemming from a slew of scandals revolving around illegal subsidies received by a close associate of his wife. But as we have seen back on this side of the hemisphere, the public’s interest in these political scandals can be easily overlooked if the underlying economic conditions are favorable. For instance, voters wer
Monday, August 7, 2017
Julian D. W. Phillips - Gold Forecaster
Gold Market Morning: August-7-2017: Gold and silver steadying at lower levels
Gold Today–New York closed Friday at $1,264.40.London opened at $1,258.40today.Overall the dollar was stronger against global currencies, early today. Before London’s opening:-The $: € was stronger at $1.1802 after the Friday’s$1.1881: €1.-The Dollar index was strongerat 93.38 after Friday’s 92.74.-The Yen was weaker at 110.81 after Friday’s 110.026:$1. -The Yuan was strongerat 6.7190after Friday’s 6.7200: $1. -The Pound Sterling was weaker at $1.3050 after Friday’s $1.3149: £1Yuan Gold FixTrade
Monday, August 7, 2017
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