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Will the Fed Trigger Inflation This Time, Boosting Gold?

During Great Recession , many people feared that the Fed's quantitative easing would trigger high inflation , or even hyperinflation . As we know, it didn't happen. Why? Well, the main reason is that the Fed created money – that's true – but in the form of bank reserves. ...

Basel III, Student Loans, and Bailouts: What Do They Mean for the Markets?

Andy Schectman the President of Miles Franklin Precious Metals Investments sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss Basel III, U.S. Markets, and Bailouts and how you may benefit financially. In this comprehensive interview Mr. Schectman outli...

We Should Let the Banks Burn Down

Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold explains why he believes banks should be allowed to fail. In later 2008 during what is now referred to as the Great Financial Crisis, government and financial managers had an opportunity to reset a badly out of balance banking system....

Yields in Mid-Teens: How Vulnerable Are They?

Money manager Adrian Day looks at business development companies. Business development companies (BDCs) have been hit particularly hard, on concerns that small businesses to which they lend will not be able to repay loans. That concern is legitimate. The sto...

Central Banks Fire Bazooka at Coronavirus. Will Gold Rally?

The new coronavirus has already infected the global economy. The global lockdown means that recession is inevitable. The central banks all over the world have stepped in, including the Fed, cutting interest rates and pumping liquidity into the system. We invite you thus ...

Commerzbank, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank - Money supply increases significantly

There are various financial indicators in an economy that allow assessments of the current state. An important indication is, for example, the amount of money supply and its change. However, the amount of money is still divided into three classes according to its availability....

Could the US Become Another Weimar Republic?

Rudi Fronk and Jim Anthony, cofounders of Seabridge Gold, discuss the potential ramifications of current U.S. fiscal and monetary policy. The U.S. monetary and fiscal authorities are shoveling trillions of dollars into the U.S. economy to prevent a collapse ...

Gold closely tracks debt-to-GDP ratio

The debt-to-GDP ratio is an important metric economists use for comparing a country’s total debt to its gross domestic product (GDP). The percentage arrived at by dividing the country’s total GDP by its total debt indicates the country&Close...

Financial Sector Under Pressure and What It Means

The Financial sector is unique in that it is an essential component of global economics as well as local economic functions. Consumers depend on banking services, credit, and all sorts of other financial services in their day-to-day lives. The Financial sector is one of the ...

Downside Opportunities Everywhere – Watch These Symbols

As the global markets enter the Q1 earnings season where a host of new data and expectations will flood the markets over the next 30+ days, skilled traders should put these three symbols on their watch-list over the next few days and weeks. We’ve been writi...
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