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Gold and the Debasement of Currency Con

It is reasonably well known that many Roman emperors debased their currency (coinage). This was a very bad practice, since it is really a reflection of the debasement of the value of the kingdom (empire or country); going from a honest and just society to a corrupt and unjust ...

Growing inequality threatens mining

In the 1986 classic ‘Platoon’, Charlie Sheen’s character Chris Taylor tells everyone that he dropped out of college to serve in the Vietnam War. This sets him apart from the other grunts and makes Taylor seem noble and patriotic, giving up sch...

Protect Your Wealth Against the Law of Unintended Consequences

The United States is the strongest, most prosperous country on the planet. This has been made possible only by free markets and the rule of law. But even the U.S. is not immune to the unintended consequences of well-intentioned policies. I believe gold is a rational inv...

Where to Get Income in a Low-Yield World

So far in 2020, the yield on the 10-year Treasury has averaged an anemic 0.01 percent when adjusted for inflation. Since the end of January, it’s actually dipped below 0 percent, trading as low as negative 0.14 percent on January 31. What this means is...

The S&P 500 Bears Are Getting Started

In yesterday’s flagship Stock Trading Alert, we have evaluated the week just over, and examined the health of the S&P 500 advance. As the S&P 500 declined profoundly yesterday, we’ll revisit the credit markets and one key S&P 500 sector to asses...

Fed Was Caught Off Guard by the Economic Shock. And Gold?

Another week passed, and the number of jobless claims increased further. That was clearly not expected by the Fed, as the recent minutes shows. What does it all mean for the gold market? Unemployment Claims Rose Further Initial jobless claims have become one the most im...

Gold vs cash in a crisis

Mattress stuffers or bullion holders? Who fares better in a crisis? North American investors are divided between those who believe the decade-long stock market bull is going to keep running into the 2020s, and investors who, wary of something terrible happening, are hoarding...

Bob Moriarty's Thoughts on the Coronavirus

If there was ever a time for real leaders to step forward and lead, the last four months would have been the time to do so. If there was an issue that demanded cooperation from all the nations of the world, we have seen it. Instead we have been fed a steady diet of disinf...

The S&P 500 Bull Is Slowly Climbing the Wall of Worry

You may ask whether the S&P 500 rebound has stalled, or is that just a healthy consolidation – to which I would reply that the market is merely digesting gains from its sharp upside reversal. In the battle of narratives, the corona second wave fears still play second fiddle to...

5 Things Every Investor Should Know Right Now

Say what you will about last week, it certainly wasn't dull. The Federal Reserve, seemingly capitulating to President Donald Trump and Wall Street, became just the latest central bank to cut interest rates. Meanwhile, the president escalated the trade war even further, an...
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