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The Everything Bubble: CODE RED

May 19, 2017

This urgent, 35-minute presentation from Mike Maloney is a must watch. You'll see overwhelming evidence that stocks, bonds, and real estate could be in biggest bubbles of all-time.Be sure to get your free digital or free paperback copy of Mike’s best-selling book, Guide to Investing in Gold & Silver.

Should I Buy Numismatic Coins? 3 Risks of Collectible Gold Coins

What is a numismatic coin? Are they good investments? Jeff Clark explains how numismatic coins are valued and what to expect when buying them.

Betting on the Price of Gold

May 23, 2017

Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark discuss the outcome of a recent bet, if gold can be considered a commodity, and how gold could perform in deflation.

Gold in a Recession: Better Than Many Investors Assume [Chart]

May 23, 2017

This historical chart and analysis shows you what happens to the gold price in a recession. You’ll see it pays to own gold in a recession.

Quietly the U.S. Bond Yield Forecasts Are Being Lowered

May 23, 2017

That would be ugly (no, I mean like real ugly), and would only serve to increase safe haven demand.

Japan's Inflation/Deflation Debate: Does the World End in Fire or Ice?

May 23, 2017

Japan has managed to offset decades of deflationary dynamics, but at a cost that is hidden beneath the surface of apparent stability.

New Home Sales Collapse -11.4% (The West Coast Worse - 26.32% Decline)

May 23, 2017

The level of new home sales is considerably below pre-2008 levels, the MEDIAN PRICE of hew home sales is higher than at the peak of the housing bubble.

Jim Rickards: Gold Has Launched a Decisive Turnaround

May 22, 2017

While everyone is focused on the Washington circus this week, they’re missing what could be the real news — Gold.

Commercial Real Estate Bubble Pops?

May 22, 2017

Landlords are cutting rents & prices, spooked lenders are holding back, & the industry loses hope for Trump tax cuts.

Social Security is Slowly Getting More Insolvent...

May 22, 2017

The status quo is a prescription for a social, economic and political disaster. No medals for guessing what the Congress is doing about it all.

Michael Pento: Trump, Debt and Taxes

May 22, 2017

In at 13:05 mark, Max Keiser interviews Michael Pento of pentoport.com about debt and taxes in the age of Trump.

Gold and Silver: Biggest Gains in Five Weeks

May 19, 2017

Gold & Silver rose on Friday & on track for its best week in five as the dollar fell on political events in the U.S. boosting bullion's safe-haven appeal.

The ‘Great Deflation’: How Will it Impact Gold & The Dollar?

May 19, 2017

The coming Great Deflation will destroy the value of most Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate and Paper Currencies.

Ronnie Stoeferle,CMT‏ - Chart of the Day: 2018 GDP Forecast

May 19, 2017

Great chart: Recession seems to be - as always - a grey or black swan event...

Bullard: Fed Should Retain Option to Do QE in Future If Needed

May 19, 2017

Of course, the only problem Bullard has is that The Fed needs to "shrink" its balance sheet before it can re-QE

The Orwellian Nature of Our Current U.S. Monetary Policy

May 19, 2017

The long-standing monetary policy tool prior to the crisis was draining & adding bank reserves through open market operations to control liquidity...

Black Swan's Taleb: There Are Worse Tail Risks Than There Were in 2007

May 19, 2017

Author of "The Black Swan," Nassim Nicholas Taleb discusses Trump's policies, the recent market selloff & the risks facing the global economy

Bill Murphy: Silver - The Only Metal 66% Cheaper Than 37 Years Ago!

May 18, 2017

GATA's Bill Murphy discusses how really undervalued Silver is

All In - This Is How Scary the U.S. National Debt Really Is

May 18, 2017

Since the great recession which started in 2008, we saw many local municipalities across the country throw up their hands in defeat & file for bankruptcy.

Is 2017 the Peak for Mortgage Applications ?

May 18, 2017

Mortgage applications decreased 4.1 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA)