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The end of the global economy

The Trump administration has just granted its Commerce Department sweeping powers to slap tariffs on countries it decides are manipulating their currencies to the detriment of the United States and its exporting companies. For some this will come as news; at AOTH, it is c...

Market News Report: February 24, 2020 - February 28, 2020

The financial markets have been fluctuating for most of the last week. Then on Friday we got worse-than-expected PMI numbers release, and corona virus fears reappeared ahead of the weekend. So markets went risk-off again. This week we will have some important economic data rel...

Addressing the risk in centralized exchanges with Bitshare technology!

We are living in a world panning towards the digital aspects at a rapid pace. In order to stay in the game we have to be familiar with it. Cryptocurrency trading is one of the latest forms of currency trading done by most of the people in the present times. Since cryp...

Paper money rejection is gold’s Minsky Moment

In our last article ( A Minsky Moment is coming for gold ) we presented the “Minsky Moment”, referring to a point in time when a period of bullish speculation leads to a spectacular market crash. Named after economist Hyman Minsky, the theory centers...

Gold versus fiat

What exactly does it mean when pundits say that gold is a “store of value” and “hedge against inflation”? In this article we’re diving deep into these questions and discussing how gold has performed over tim...

Market News Report: December 16 – December 20, 2019

The markets were pretty quiet early last week ahead of Wednesday’s FOMC Rate Decision announcement. But it didn’t move them that much. All changed on Thursday following Donald Trump’s tweet about the coming trade deal. It set the...

U.S. Treasury Removes China as Currency Manipulator

The U.S. has formally removed China as a currency manipulator, just ahead of the signing of the ‘Phase 1’ deal. Given its past record, will China really change its ways? Kenny Fisher There was another positive develop...

Dollars and gold revisited

Dollars and Gold Revisited A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary Geologist Contact@MercenaryGeologist.com December 1, 2014 In the midst of the global economic crisis of 2008-2009, I posted a musing entitled “Dollars and Gold&CloseC...

The Later United States Empire

In 1917, the United States created the federal debt limit (or ceiling) to make it easier to finance World War One, essentially allowing Congress to borrow money to pay for the war effort by issuing bonds. By 1939 with World War Two looming, Congress passed the first aggre...

The Coming Great Global Reset

In the first quarter of 2019, global debt hit $246.5 trillion. Encouraged by lower interest rates, governments went on a borrowing binge as they ramped up spending, adding $3 trillion to world debt in Q1 alone. It reverses a trend that started in the beginning of 2018, of ...
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