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Weimar Fed in the Twenty-First Century

I was pacing around the house this lovely but cold Friday afternoon (after finally having the water supply restored after our well filed for unemployment benefits), trying desperately to think of a topic to write about in this weekly missive, when it suddenly occurred t...

Standard Lithium Arranges C$5 Million Convertible Loan Financing

The Critical Investor delves into a lithium company's financing and its implications. It seems more and more likely that Standard Lithium Ltd. (SLL:TSX.V; STLHF:OTCQX; FRA: S5L) is displaying a serious commitment of giant JV partner Lanxess these days, with constr...

Will the US Solar energy industry survive the COVID-19 crisis?

There are hardly any sectors not affected by Covid-19, including the US solar industry. The US solar industry is affected by compounding issues, delays in supply chains, strengthening the tax equity market, financial concerns of homeowners, shelter-in-place orders, and challen...

Buzz on the Bullboards: Energy Remains in Focus During Ukraine Crisis

(File image.) The cost of living just keeps getting more expensive. This week saw headlines in the news around the rise in US inflation, up 8.5% over the year to the end of March, to hit its highest rate since 1981. The war in Ukraine drove up energy costs f...

Financially Transmitted Diseases

I came up with Financially Transmitted Disease, or FTD TM for short, a couple of years ago. It all happened when I was having dinner with some colleagues discussing quantitative easing (QE) and negative interest rate policy (NIRP). NIRP will have the biggest impact...

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....

Buzz on the Bullboards: The Cannabis Comeback?

After a century of cannabis prohibition, it should not come as any surprise that the normalization of cannabis laws in North America (and around the world) has been a slow, uneven process. Despite how clumsy and inefficient North American governments have been in executin...

Uber is raising more billions?

/www.nytimes.com/2016/06/02/technology/uber-investment-saudi-arabia.html" style="box-sizing: inherit; color: rgb(44, 49, 63); text-decoration: none; box-shadow: 0px 1px 0px 0px; background-color: transparent;" target="_blank">raise of $3.5 billion coming from the Saudi Sove...

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...

Keith Barron of Aurania Indicates Success with $100 Bills

Keith Barron of Aurania Indicates Success with $100 Bills Source: Bob Moriarty for Streetwise Reports 04/22/2019 Bob Moriarty of 321 Gold discusses what a move by the CEO of this explorer may signal for the company. I wrote a book in January I called ...
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