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The U.S. Can Learn From India’s Move To Digital Currency? - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 3 days ago 1935 Views No comments

There’s no question that subtle and gradual effort will be used to implement a cashless banking system in the U.S. All the warning signs are flashing. I also suspect that, at some point, the “national security” card will be pulled in persuading the masses that cash is the “currency of terrorists.”

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Why The Wall Street Journal's Failed Fake News Attack on PewDiePie May Be What Finally Brings The MSM Down - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 3 days ago 3514 Views 1 comment

What in the world is going on? What is happening? 2017 is already shaping up to be a year when the world is turned upside down, spun around, and jettisoned into deep space.

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David Morgan: Zimbabwe's Meltdown in Overdrive - Sprott US Media

By Sprott U.S. Media 4 days ago 1619 Views

Precious metals have given back a large portion of their 2016 gains. Nevertheless, 2017 has started with a bang. Perhaps we have finally put in the low many of us have been anticipating.

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Duesenberg in a Barn - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas 4 days ago 1668 Views No comments

In 1929, Ford sold 1,507,132 cars. Chevrolet sold 1,328,605. Then came the stock market crash. Sales dropped dramatically each year until 1932, when sales bottomed at 210,824 for Ford and 313,404 for Chevrolet. But, during that time, a small new market came on stream for the two foremost budget brands—the rich.

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U.S. Political Crisis Foments While China & India Devour Gold - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 4 days ago 354 Views No comments

While the eastern hemisphere is busy converting fiat currency into physically delivered gold, the United States political system is becoming increasingly unstable and unpredictable, as the Trump White House, in an effort to repair the frayed relations with Russia, is under systematic attack from the Deep State.

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Is This What They Mean By “Crack-Up Boom”? - John Rubino

By John Rubino 4 days ago 1819 Views No comments

This is clearly a credit-driven boom of some sort. But is it the long-awaited Austrian School of Economics “crack-up boom”, the exclamation point at the end of especially-frenzied and broad-based financial bubbles?

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February 18, 2017

By Craig Hemke 4 days ago 4844 Views

This week, Eric Sprott discusses the political and geo-political uncertainty that is engulfing the globe and how this is impacting precious metal prices.

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Gold Paradox Recalls Bruce Lee’s Fighting (and Investing) Advice - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 days ago 2018 Views No comments

World Gold Council data released earlier this month reveal a paradox. Demand hit 4,389 tons during 2016, but mines produced only 3,236 tons. Yet despite differing supply demand fundamentals, gold prices rose by only 9%. What gives?

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Strong Dollar, Weak Dollar, Strong Dollar, Weak... - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 4 days ago 1534 Views No comments

Janet Yellen concluded another FED meeting on Tuesday, in which she testified in front of Congress. Members of the Democratic party attempted to get her to come out and denounce President Trump's policies, but she instead kept to her expected "neutral" position and said nothing of the sort.

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The Sudden Onset of Inflation - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 6 days ago 4938 Views No comments

Isn't it interesting that, all of a sudden and after eight years of supposedly flat prices and deflation fears, all the rage is "surging inflation" and this phenomena may "force the Fed to act" to raise rates again as soon as March?

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