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Why Putting money in Gold is better than other Investments

Following the creation and use of Gold as a means of currency and exchange, Its Importance to society still continues to grow. History has already made it clear that Gold has had its influence in many great empires and eras, besides being the means of currency and gauge of wealth, Gold has also been a safe haven for the rich throughout history. It has preserved the wealth and power of many families and great people time and time again. Gold and its Impact on Modern Society One would ask, “Why would investing in Gold be so Important these days?” Simply put, although Gold is no longer in the forefront of […]

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The Federal Reserve Note “Dollar” Is Indeed Dying, but Not Next Week

The Federal Reserve Note “Dollar” Is Indeed Dying, but Not Next Week

Some say the U.S. dollar may die 5 days hence. The Chinese renminbi will kill it. Much is being made of plans by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to add the renminbi to its basket of strategic reserve currencies called Special Drawing Rights (SDR). The IMF will make the change on October 1. While the implications for the Federal Reserve Note, currently the U.S. dollar, as the world’s primary reserve currency may be profound over time and the importance of this event should not be overlooked, the impact is unlikely to happen overnight. The composition of the SDR may change on October 1, but few people understand what the SDR […]

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The Sidelines Could Be More Dangerous for Investors Than Getting on the Field

The Sidelines Could Be More Dangerous for Investors Than Getting on the Field

bullion investors have stopped investing in precious metals despite premiums being at the low end of the range. The article goes on to explain why this is happening and how dangerous it is for people to be running to cash at a time like this.

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Michael Pento: Stagflation to Force People into Gold

Michael Pento: Stagflation to Force People into Gold

Listen to the Podcast Audio: Click Here Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange: It is my privilege now to be joined by Michael Pento, president and founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies and author of the book The Coming Bond Market Collapse: How to Survive the Demise of the US Debt Market. Michael is a money manager who ascribes to the Austrian school of economics and has been a regular guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business News, among others. Michael, it’s good to talk to you again. Thanks very much for joining us today and welcome back. Michael Pento, Pento Portfolio Strategies: Thanks for having me back on. Mike Gleason: Well […]

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Unintended Consequences Of The Ongoing Financial Repression

Unintended Consequences Of The Ongoing Financial Repression

Grant Williams explains exactly in which situation we find ourselves today thanks to excessive interventions of governments over the past decade. We have summarized five key take-aways for readers who do not have the time to listen to the whole presentation.

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Physical Gold Demand: Secrets To Be Unveiled ?

| November 11, 2012 | Articles: Insights

With news hitting the wires about the central banks’ gold holdings being questioned, the pressure for transparency is increasing. GoldMoney published a podcast in which Jim Willie is being interviewed about the situation in the physical gold market, especially triggered by the latest stories of central banks’ gold. Jim Willie is known for the inside information he gets from various sources deep into the gold market, apart from his “ultra-direct” style. Some of the statements he made are well worth reflecting. We collected some highlights which you can find below. The situation in the physical gold market can be summarized as being incredibly tight. Both Jim Willie and the host Alasdair Macleod agree […]

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Big Inflation Coming

| November 10, 2012 | Articles: Insights
Big Inflation Coming

Well, Americans voted and the winner is inflation. Half our voting populace inexplicably decided to award a second term to Obama. Four more years of mind-boggling record deficits and record national debt growth! Obama’s Administration spent roughly 50% more than the government took in, which can essentially only be financed in two ways. Borrowing from foreigners and running the printing presses. The latter of course is pure inflation. And the Fed bent over backwards with its quantitative-easing campaigns to buy massive amounts of the Treasury debt Obama ran up on our children’s credit cards. It created trillions of new fiat dollars out of thin air to purchase Treasuries to finance […]

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