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Posts tagged '#sprottmoneynews'

Underpricing Of Rate Hike Expectations - Axel Merk (08/06/2018)

By Axel Merk 2 months ago 561 Views No comments

Lots of people ponder where interest rates might go. They may care if they have a loan where interest payments go up as rates increase; they might own bonds that might fall in value as rates rise; they might have an opinion on how the value of stocks, the dollar, gold, to name a few might be affected.

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Currency Wars Erupt, We Have Reached the Point of No Return - Nathan McDonald (06/04/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 4 months ago 3552 Views No comments

It is happening, and it cannot be stopped.

The Currency Wars that have been discussed at length by many precious metals experts for years are here, and there is now no turning back.

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“The one thing I feel most secure about is that the U.S. Government is broke.” - Eric Sprott on the wild week in markets (Weekly Wrap-up, March 2, 2018)

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 15252 Views 1 comment

This week, Eric discusses the ongoing weakness in the US stock market and how this might impact the precious metals and the mining shares.

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Is Canada ready for a female-run central bank? - Peter Diekmeyer (28/02/2018)

By Peter Diekmeyer 6 months ago 9283 Views No comments

Women economists are more likely to favor high minimum wages, regulation and redistribution.

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“Lots of legs of the economic stool are starting to wobble” — Eric Sprott on the debt cliff, a weak economy, and why gold looks bullish (Weekly Wrap-up, February 16, 2018)

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 18924 Views 1 comment

Gold is up $42 on the week, and as the U.S. inches closer to the debt cliff, it’s beginning to feel like 2009 all over again.

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What Changed On September 8, 2017? - Craig Hemke (13/2/2018)

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 14731 Views No comments

You may recall that September 8 was the day the bond market abruptly turned, taking with it the USDJPY and DXY. In the wee hours of September 8, the Dollar Index hit 91.01, the USDJPY hit 107.32 and, most importantly, the yield on the 10-year note hit 2.02%.

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Take It To The Bank: Interest Rates Won't Rise - Keith Weiner (12/02/2018)

By Keith Weiner 6 months ago 11410 Views No comments

There is a consensus, from Fed propagandists to the gold bugs and everyone in between. Everyone thinks that rates are rising. We say interest rates won't rise.

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The Importance Of Gold In 2018 And Beyond - Sprott Money (12/02/2018)

By Sprott Money 6 months ago 15453 Views No comments

If you've held physical gold for the past five years, you've likely been frustrated by its lack of price appreciation. Of course, physical gold always retains its value as sound money and wealth "insurance," but while prices of paper assets have flourished since 2013, the dollar price of gold has languished. That, it seems, is about to change.

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Who Could’ve Seen This Coming? - Dave Kranzler (06/02/2018)

By Dave Kranzler 6 months ago 8316 Views No comments

Yesterday was amusing. The meat with mouths on the so-called financial networks were crying, “how could this have happened.”

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The Psychology of Loss Aversion and Why Trump Will Continue to Win... For Now - Nathan McDonald (05/02/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 6 months ago 9069 Views 1 comment

Fear can ruin your life, or save it, depending on the situation. It guides most people’s day-to-day lives—and fear of losing what you have shapes decision-making like nothing else in this world.

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