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Posts tagged 'US Dollar'

Ask The Expert-Michael Kosowan - April 2018

By Craig Hemke 4 days ago 308 Views No comments

Michael Kosowan is the President and CEO of Torq Resources.Mr. Kosowan is an industry expert with over 20 years experience in the junior mining sector, having led mining investment and financings in the USA and Canada through his work with Sprott and other premier brokerage houses.

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“Everything is so vulnerable.” — Eric Sprott on the weak dollar, flawed Intel chips, and his “stock of 2018.” (Weekly Wrap-Up, January 12, 2018)

By Craig Hemke 3 months ago 30110 Views No comments

Eric Sprott discusses the rapidly-sinking US dollar and how this will impact gold and silver prices in 2018.

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Russia and China Strengthen Their Alliance, Weakening the US Dollar in the Process - Nathan McDonald (13/10/2017)

By Nathan McDonald 6 months ago 8181 Views 8 comments

Month after month, year after year, the mighty King Dollar is slowly being weakened, its monopolistic grip as the fiat reserve currency of the world steadily lessening. To many, this reality passes them by, as they are blissfully ignorant to the facts, living their lives without knowing the true ramifications that this will have on their lives.

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Ron Rosen: The Dollar And Equities Will Plunge Together, While Gold Spikes - John Rubino (1/8/2017)

By John Rubino 9 months ago 7861 Views No comments

The dollar has been falling lately, which isn’t what a lot of people expected with the Fed being the only major central bank that’s raising interest rates.

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Xi Sizes Up Trump: Investment Implications - Peter Diekmeyer (2/5/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 1 years ago 6147 Views No comments

U.S. President Donald Trump delivered a highly-publicized insult to Xi Jinping at their recent meeting. Then, during the following weeks, he caved to all of the Chinese President’s key demands.

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The Real Reason The Federal Government Have Been Keen to Blame Russia for Everything: Gold - Rory Hall (5/4/2017)

By Rory Hall 1 years ago 11606 Views 7 comments

As we reported on March 30, China and Russia are taking steps to move away from their out of control “cousin”, the Federal Reserve Note, U.S. dollar, world reserve currency.

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The Targeted Lifetime of the US Dollar is 35 Years - Nico Simons (24/3/2017)

By Nico Simons 1 years ago 14925 Views 10 comments

So the consequence of the targeted inflation is that the lifetime of the most dominant world currencies ends after 35 years, if the target is realized.

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2016 Debt Binge Produces (Surprise!) 2017 Inflation. Guess What That Means For 2018? - John Rubino (10/3/2017)

By John Rubino 1 years ago 2218 Views No comments

Just as everyone was finally accepting the idea of deflation and negative interest rates, inflation decides to pay a return visit.

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Strong Dollar, Weak Dollar, Strong Dollar, Weak... - Nathan McDonald (16/2/2017)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 2181 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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Depression, Stagflation, Stag-Depress-Flation - Gary Christenson (2/2/2017)

By Gary Christenson 1 years ago 3737 Views No comments

Expect much more inflation, like the 1970s and worse, as government and the Fed “stimulate” the economy with currency printing, QE, war, and spending. Congress likes spending projects and wars. The Fed likes devaluation of the dollar and inflation of the currency. The dollar has lost, compared to gold, over 98% of its value since 1913. Expect further devaluation of the dollar.

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