RSSCategory: Articles: General

Michael Rivero Discusses a Deep State Coup Attempt & How Hillary Might Sneak into the Election

| February 21, 2020 | Articles: General
Michael Rivero Discusses a Deep State Coup Attempt & How Hillary Might Sneak into the Election

Mike Gleason: It is my privilege now to welcome back Michael Rivero, founder and editor of WhatReallyHappened.com. Michael hosts a daily radio show and covers geopolitics, financial markets and many other topics like few others can and it’s always great to have him on with us. Michael, thanks for joining us again. How are you? Michael Rivero: I’m doing fine, and thank you very much for having me on your show. Mike Gleason: Yeah, it’s been quite a while since we last talked, and I’m super excited to have you back on and hear your thoughts on a number of topics here. Now, for starters, this is shaping up to be a tumultuous year, […]

Continue Reading

Gerald Celente Speaks Out on Iran, Coronavirus, Gold and Global Protests

| February 5, 2020 | Articles: General
Gerald Celente Speaks Out on Iran, Coronavirus, Gold and Global Protests

Mike Gleason: It is my privilege now to welcome back the one and the only Gerald Celente, publisher of the renowned Trends Journal. Mr. Celente is a frequent guest here on the Money Metals podcast and perhaps is the most well-known trends forecaster in the world and it’s always great to have him on with us. Gerald, thanks for the time again today. I guess we can still say happy new year. Welcome back to you. Gerald Celente: Well thank you and thank you for your kind words. Mike Gleason: Well, Gerald, here we are at the start of another year and a new decade also. At the start of the last decade in […]

Continue Reading

R.I.P. Paul Volcker, the Last “Good” Central Banker

| December 11, 2019 | Articles: General
R.I.P. Paul Volcker, the Last “Good” Central Banker

The last true enemy of inflation the Federal Reserve has seen died earlier this week. Paul Volcker, former chairman of the Federal Reserve from 1979-1987, has passed away. Credited with tampering incredibly high levels of inflation during the Carter and Reagan administration by jacking up interest rates to unpleasant levels, Volcker’s passing harkens back to a time when central bankers weren’t afraid to make tough choices. Volcker instinctively knew that central planning of the economy by tugging on monetary policy levers was not only a tall order, but also wouldn’t ultimately succeed. In an interview the former chairman said about the Keynesian “religion,” “…I was a bit turned off by the […]

Continue Reading

7 quick tips on how to trade forex in Hong Kong

| November 25, 2019 | Articles: General

Following the numerous success stories of high-flying Hong Kong forex traders, many people want to know how to actually trade forex successfully. Budding forex traders need the correct skills and strategies to make it in the forex market. Listed are a few trade secrets that allow new forex traders to see some significant success in their endeavors. The broker they use To be a successful forex trader, it is important that you invest time to carry out research on the broker that you want to trade through. A forex broker provides a forex trading account on a trading platform where you can interact with the market and deposit and withdraw […]

Continue Reading

Sound Money Scholarship Winners Announced

| November 6, 2019 | Articles: General

7 Outstanding Thinkers Earn Nearly $10,000 in Tuition Assistance   Eagle, Idaho (November 6, 2019) – Seven outstanding students beat out more than 100 of their high-school and college peers in making the best case for sound money through an international, gold-backed scholarship competition… …and the winners walked away with almost $10,000 in scholarship awards for their exceptional, thought-provoking essays. For the fourth-straight year, Money Metals Exchange, the national precious-metals dealer that was recently ranked “Best in the USA,” has teamed up with the Sound Money Defense League to offer the first gold-backed scholarship of the modern era. These groups have set aside 100 ounces of physical gold to reward exemplary students who display a […]

Continue Reading

Why Nobody Chants “End the Fed” Anymore

| October 29, 2019 | Articles: General
Why Nobody Chants “End the Fed” Anymore

Americans hated it when the Federal Reserve handed trillions of dollars to crooked Wall Street banks following the 2008 Financial Crisis. Politicians were confronted about the merits of central banking and bailouts. For the first time in history, college students were chanting “End the Fed” at campaign rallies as Ron Paul took the central bank to task during his presidential campaigns. Virtually everyone in America vehemently opposed the central bank handing piles of cash to the same bankers whose greed and fraud had caused the Financial Crisis. Little has changed, but the public’s revulsion taught them an important lesson. If they give handouts to greedy and fraudulent bankers, they had […]

Continue Reading

Why is Gold so Important?

| October 20, 2018 | Articles: General

Why is gold so important? It’s a hard question, right? You must have asked that question to yourself too…why in all those precious metals is gold the most important?  Before answering that question let’s learn first about gold and its uses to tackle that problem. Gold has been used for thousands of years and by ancient civilizations.  We surely don’t know who first discovered gold, but we’re happy they did. Gold’s history can be traced as far back as 40,000 BC!  Pretty old for a precious metal, right? Ancient Egyptians You might wonder what early uses did they have for gold when they first discovered it.  Unfortunately, we don’t know […]

Continue Reading

Is Silver On The Rise? Could It Be The New Gold?

| October 19, 2018 | Articles: General

Investors are talking about gold mainly for its value and price.  In the past ten years, the price of gold has increased from less than $300 to $1,500 per ounce…quite interesting for gold investors. However, silver has performed better than gold for the past ten years.  Its price has ranged from less than $5 to $40 an ounce. So if you invested  $10,000 in gold in June 2001 its value today would be $50,000, but if you invested $10,000 in silver on the same date you would now have around $80,000. Now may be the time to start thinking of silver as the new gold.  As a matter of fact, […]

Continue Reading

7 Uses Of Gold You Weren’t Aware Of

| October 18, 2018 | Articles: General

Gold has has had many uses since ancient times.  Some of its uses were to decorate ornaments, weapons, jewelry, shrines, and many other things. In modern times, gold has been used as an electric conductor, jewelry, coins, commodities, and also as an investment. But is that all that gold can do for us? The answer is no, of course. Here are some unusual uses for gold. Health Supplement Yes! You read it right, gold has also been used as a food supplement. Japan has a unique tradition where they mix small, thin films of gold in beverages and in their food as a source of vitamins.  In some other countries, […]

Continue Reading

Gold and Silver Facts

| October 3, 2018 | Articles: General
Gold and Silver Facts

Gold and Silver have been useful to mankind since ancient civilization. Even today, we use gold and silver in our everyday lives. But most of the people nowadays don’t know the purpose and the importance of both metals.  Let’s talk further about two of the most important metals ever discovered by mankind.  Here are some amazing facts about Gold and Silver. Gold characteristics Color                           golden yellow Atomic Weight         9665 Normal State            solid Melting Point           18 deg C, 1337.33 K Boiling Point            […]

Continue Reading

Gold and Economic Freedom

| October 3, 2018 | Articles: General

Gold has had a significant impact on the U.S economy. Since the beginning of World War I, gold has been the sole international standard of exchange. Golds impact on the economy waxes and wanes, depending on how safe other investments are. Gold has been considered a luxury good since it is durable, homogeneous, divisible, portable and has significant advantages over all other media of exchange. Before gold was used as a coin, its value was recognized even in the first Egyptian Dynasty. Its beauty, luster and malleability made it perfect for many uses. it has been used in the early times as a standard of exchange together with silver and […]

Continue Reading

Oil Prices and its effects on the U.S. Economy

Oil Prices have a great effect on the U.S. economy in many forms like jobs, investment, and growth. Oil exploration and production. Fluctuations in Oil prices play an important role in the different aspects of finance and business. That is why oil price movements are closely watched by economists, investors, and policymakers. The U.S., although produces its own oil, still has the need to import more to meet the growing energy demands. New technology allowed companies to economically draw oil and gas from shale deposits that were once considered depleted because the cost of extraction would be impractical. Oil and Business Oil plays an important role in many businesses, specifically […]

Continue Reading

The Overall Top 5 Gold Mining Countries Worldwide

Gold has always been an important aspect of a country’s economy and has been sought out by many all over the world. Many countries have strived to maximize their production however gold production varies widely among different nations. Here we have compiled a list of the top 5 gold mining countries to show to you which nations have held the lead in Gold mining in the world. China – 440 MT China was the largest producer of gold in the world, mining 440 MT in 2017. China is also the number one consumer of gold, befitting a country whose development has pulled hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. […]

Continue Reading

The Overall Top 5 Gold Mining Companies

The Overall Top 5 Gold Mining Companies

There are different methods by which gold mining companies are ranked. One is by their annual production, by their cash cost per ounce, that is, how much money it costs them to mine the gold. Since gold prices are the same everywhere, companies with lower costs per ounce make more profit. The most common method lists by market capitalization which considers the total value of capital holdings by that company. Also considered when comparing companies is their market capitalization per ounce of gold equivalent which takes the market value and total reserves and resources for each company as well as the price of gold into consideration. The figures for each […]

Continue Reading