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3D printing is a manufacturing game-changer

Calling all carnivores: ever thought about getting a meat printer? Of hand-crafting delectable beef steaks at home from plant proteins, that have the same texture, appearance and flavor as real meat, only without the distasteful killing part? 3D-printed steaks and chicken ...

Reaping the Early Benefits of Inflation in Stocks

Something big to move stocks is brewing under the surface – Treasuries are down, the dollar is under pressure, gold refusing to decline much… I think it's the market's growing realization that all the post-corona money printing, stimulus bills, will be hugely inflationary, and...

Should You Buy the Panic?

If anyone has the right to say “I told you so,” it’s Bill Gates. Two years ago, the co-founder, former CEO and now former board member of Microsoft urged governments to step up their preparedness in the event of a modern global ...

Dissecting the Stock Bubble Debate: Flow Versus Value

"For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." —Sir Isaac Newton (Newton's Third Law) In nature, where everything moves freely absent human interference, her omnipotent forces are allowed to manifest themselves in manners that create a living ecosystem t...

Is the Stock Bulls' Cup Half-Full or Half-Empty?

Neither on Monday, nor on Tuesday did we see strong volume, but prices rose regardless –is it time to bet the farm on higher stocks right next? As quite a few yesterday-mentioned reasons to be cautious were resolved bullishly, the buyers' case got stronger. S&P 500 in the ...

Gold, the Ultimate Safe Haven Asset. A Looming Nobel Prize?

Yesterday, the Nobel prizes in economics were awarded. Unfortunately, gold has been omitted and got nothing. How unfair! But looking at the Dutch central bank press release, gold would have much higher chances if they were the ones granting the prizes and not the Swedish ...

Congress and the Fed Just Opened the Stimulus Floodgates

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures, as they say, and the past number of days have been nothing if not total confirmation of that adage. As of Monday morning, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. stood at more than 143,000, with New Y...

When You Reward Failure, You Encourage Fraud

Bob Moriarty of 321gold expresses his views on the potential bailout of industries. When the banking system was on the verge of complete failure in 2008, during the Great Financial Crisis (GFC), the world had a wonderful opportunity to do a total financial r...

Central Bank Hypnosis

One look at the chart of the U.S. financial markets against the backdrop of economic paralysis and suffering, and one is immediately filled with a myriad of emotions. Sympathy for those that have been afflicted by the most recent pandemic; fear for the families whose prim...

Covid, debt and precious metals

Precious metals are loving the uncertainty the coronavirus has created. Despite limited successes some countries have had with reopening, the virus is nowhere near contained. As of this writing, close to 6 million worldwide are infected and 365,328 have died. The importan...
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