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Social Security is about to go bust – a lot faster than anyone had predicted
US Attorney General Jeff Session promised yesterday is much more civil asset forfeiture, a bigger drug war, and longer mandatory prison terms.
Mike examines the COT Report and shows why it is suggesting that the silver market could be set to liftoff very soon.
"Central Bankers Are Always Wrong - Especially Before a Bust."
David Tice, We haven't seen anything like it in 5000 years. You want to own Gold.
This week’s important release of ECB meeting minutes and China’s growth data will give further direction to the gold. Read more at: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/59634812.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
Jim Grant, founder & editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, on Janet Yellen’s testimony to Congress & Central Bankers
A snapshot of fourteen-plus decades and how the value of the dollar has declined
Delinquency rates are creeping up in the consumer loan and commercial/industrial loan space.
The physical precious metals bid will go infinite - big players holding useless cash will buy up all the gold & silver that’s available
“One day you will not be able to dismiss them and you will see a huge move in the precious metals”
There's nothing natural, real, or sustainable about the current Yellen boom—so stay tuned for Mark's explanation of how it can all unravel.
In this video Mike and Jeff discuss whats going on in Venezuela and its socialistic government and the results of it
These pressures are spreading at a rate that could be considered endemic around the world by next year.
The economy has been stagnant, is stagnating and will continue to stagnate.
Gold-to-GDP ratios of major economies: Russia 5.6%, Eurozone 3.6%, U.S. 1.8%, China 1.5% (est.). In the showdown, Putin wins.
The fragility of our financial buffers will only be revealed when they fail in the next crisis.
Janet Yellen, Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, is returning to Capitol Hill to deliver the second part of her testimony before the Senate Banking Committee at 14 GMT. On Wednesday, in her statement before the House Financial Services Committee, Yellen reiterated the views from the June meeting and said that the Fed was planning to start shrinking its massive $4.5 trillion portfolio later this year, and the bank was on track to continue with gradual interest rate hikes.
Core PPI year-over-year, that the Fed watches: May 2.1%, Jun 2.0%. #Disinflation
Kirby explains how intervention in our capital markets has been rampant, also discusses the demand of precious metals