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Silver the subject of significant debate the past few hours as a flash crash that saw the metal plummet to the $14.27 handle
Jim Rickards discussed with Ronald Stöferle & Mark Valek the key topics of the new In Gold We Trust Report 2017.
Welcome to the summer edition of Gold Investor, where leading commentators & market participants discuss new developments for gold & its evolving global role.
We are facing a major Sovereign Debt Crisis at the state and municipal level that will eventually bring down governments on a wholesale basis.
"We're almost at a now-or-never moment," Fed's Powell told a conference in Washington
"We expect that the Fed will soon need to move to a neutral from tightening bias."
Strategic Intelligence Editor Jim Rickards discusses the price of gold and North Korea
I think it’s time for us to declare our independence from an oppressive government that seeks to control our money & our lives...
There’s one corner of the commodity world that still depends almost entirely on printed paper -- making it an easy target for crooks.
Hugo Salinas Price discussed he urged Russia to issue a silver ruble in expectancy of replacement of the U.S. dollar standard
Adair Turner, chairman at the Institute for New Economic Thinking discuss the outlook for the global economy and monetary policy
A painful correction is coming and there's little that can be done to prevent it, according to former Republican congressman and libertarian firebrand Ron Paul.
Any sense of prosperity in today's economy is based on a falsehood, claims
Yra Harris, Ronald Peter Stoeferle and Jayant Bhandari discuss what Interest Rates and Gold Prices are Saying
This chart shows the similarities between the 1970s and the status quo, but the duration of both corrections diverges significantly.
Dr. Ron Paul: Gold & Silver the most preferable kind of money
“Deflationary forces have been replaced by reflationary ones.” – Mario Draghi
"central banks in aggregate still printing: $350bn in April, $300bn in May, <$100bn in June…big 5 central banks buying less but not yet selling."
If you thought the 2007 Debt Bubble was bad… wait until you see what’s coming.
Gordon T. Long of Macro Analytics explains the central banks global debt trap & how gold and silver will rise as a result