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Posts tagged 'Jeff Nielson'

Republicans, Democrats, and Voodoo Economics - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson Today 249 Views No comments

What do Republicans and Democrats have in common (the politicians and their supporters)? Each side will tell you that only their party has the savvy to competently manage the U.S. economy, and that the other party has never made a correct economic decision in living memory. Each side is half right.

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Harvard Fascist Rants About Negative Interest Rates - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 7 days ago 522 Views No comments

A Harvard professor tells us that we’re supposed to want negative interest rates. Negative interest rates are a systemic crime. We’re supposed to want negative interest rates so that we can have even more inflation. Inflation is a systemic crime. Are you beginning to get the picture?

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The Secret of Wealth Preservation - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 10 days ago 1227 Views 4 comments

What is the secret of wealth preservation? In the simplest of terms: don’t gamble, and don’t let others steal your wealth. In the real world, however, this simple formula is somewhat more complicated.

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U.S. Bubble Insanity - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 22 days ago 845 Views No comments

The U.S. equities markets have been going almost straight up, for eight years, and (apparently) nobody sees anything unusual about that. The U.S. bond market has been going almost straight up for most of the last eight years, and nobody sees anything unusual about that. The U.S. stock market and U.S. bond market have gone straight up, together, and have been at simultaneous bubble-highs for several years. That’s impossible. But nobody sees anything unusual about this, either.

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“Guilty, But Not Punished”: Another Banking Criminal Let Off The Hook - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 22 days ago 1750 Views No comments

They commit the worst crimes in history, crimes which harm millions and sometimes billions of people. Do they receive the worst punishments in history? No, normally they receive no punishment at all. They’re called bankers.

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The Great Interest Rate Contradiction - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 1 month ago 1098 Views No comments

When the Federal Reserve talks about raising interest rates, U.S. markets go up. When the Federal Reserve talks about raising interest rates, precious metals prices go down. There is a Great Interest Rate Contradiction in evidence here, and the closer that one looks, the more perverse it appears.

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Is The U.S. Ready To Begin Move Toward Democracy? - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 1 month ago 551 Views 1 comment

The United States, the world’s self-proclaimed “champion of democracy”, does not provide its own people with anything which could possibly be called a democracy – and that’s apparently just how the majority of the population likes it. However, before Canadians get too smug, they should take a close look at their own government. What accompanies tyranny? Misery: even more of the misery which these corrupt regimes have been inflicting upon us for many years.

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Indian ‘Gold Ban’ a Portent of Major Events? - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 2116 Views 10 comments

Rumors abound that India’s government is about to impose new restrictions on Indian gold demand. If this is true, it suggests that an economic crash and a new (world?) war could also be right around the corner.

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Miners: The Paper Precious Metals Investment - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 1627 Views No comments

Gold and silver are the most-undervalued asset classes. Regular readers have heard this many times in the past. It’s a refrain which may entice many into holding all of their investments in this sector. However, putting 100% of one’s wealth into physical bullion is a concentration in one form which is a little too extreme for most people. The answer? Diversify within the sector.

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The Real Value of Precious Metals - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 1634 Views 2 comments

What is the real value of gold and silver? Hint: we cannot possibly answer this question with any sentence which uses either the word “price” or “dollar”, since both of those words have been rendered completely meaningless via Big Bank fraud.

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