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Stephen Poloz Right To Be Worried - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer Yesterday 1922 Views No comments

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz cited numerous worries during his speech to financial elites yesterday at Toronto’s prestigious Canadian Club. But are they getting the real story?

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Long Term Patterns in Stocks, Gold and Crude - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson Yesterday 1379 Views No comments

Possible tops have occurred before, but instead of crashing, the market sometimes zoomed higher. Do your own due diligence.

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Bitcoin Proves You Cannot Have Your Digital Cake and Eat it Too - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald Yesterday 1864 Views No comments

Today we are going to take a trip down memory lane and rewind back to the year 2012 - the year in which I discovered Bitcoin and registered an account on the now famous Bitcoin Talk public forums.

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Political Pizza - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas Yesterday 1580 Views No comments

Over the years, I’ve often been asked to explain the political party system in a simple, easy-to-grasp way. Several years ago, I came up with the following explanation and, for some people, it’s helped to remove the complexity and smoke and mirrors created by the political world. Let’s see if you agree.

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For Clues On The Economy, Follow The Money - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler Yesterday 1542 Views No comments

The profitability of lending/investing money is a function of both the rate of return on the money loaned/invested and the return (payback) of the money. The historically low interest rates are squeezing lenders by driving the rate of return on the loan toward zero (note: “lenders” can be banks or non-bank lenders, like pension funds investing in bonds).

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Eric Sprott Talks Lows in Gold, Comex Shenanigans, and Answers Your Questions (Weekly Wrap-Up, December 15, 2017)

By Craig Hemke Yesterday 3535 Views No comments

Lows in gold, Comex curiosities - it's been an interesting week for precious metals. Whether or not there will be a rally in 2018 remains to be seen, but if history is anything to go by, there just may be a lift in the market as we turn the calendar to the new year.

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Eric Dubin: Buying Into A Collective Economic Delusion - Rory Hall

By Rory Hall 2 days ago 2446 Views No comments

I sat down with Eric Dubin to get a glimpse of what he sees as our economy continues to morph into something almost unrecognizable.

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Are You Ready For The Next Rally? - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 2 days ago 10204 Views 2 comments

Each of the last three years have begun with gold rallies of over 10%. The stage is set for another such move in 2018. Are you prepared?

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Bitcoin Hyper-Deflation - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 2 days ago 2541 Views No comments

Prices are in hyper-deflation, measured in bitcoin. Some bitcoiners argue jokingly bitcoin is the numeraire, but is gold the best measuring stick?

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The Death of Volatility? - Sprott's Thoughts

By Sprott's Thoughts 2 days ago 2041 Views No comments

On November 21, Venezuela failed to make $247 million in coupon payments on its dollar bonds due in 2025 and 2026. These bonds now trade at around 22 cents on the dollar, a decline of 78 percent below par.

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