Will Gold Shine In 2019?

Several experts, who are not in the gold business, recently suggested gold will be a good investment in 2019. Zerohedge reports on David Einhorn’s annual letter to Greenlight Capital shareholders with my emphasis: “Gold – Long – U.S. debt to GDP is over 100%. The…U.S. debt has increased by over $2 trillion…. When the economy eventually slows, the deficit is […]

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Will Your Nest Egg Suffer Collateral Damage In A Trade War?

The politically motivated press is having a heyday with the Trump Tariffs and ensuing trade war. Trump calls it negotiations while much of the media predicts Armageddon. How does an individual investor sort through all the media hype, separate facts from hyperbole, and protect their life savings? Good friend Jeff Clark’s recent article, “The Russians Are Coming! The Gold/Treasury Inversion […]

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All Signs Point To Gold

The US Debt Clock tells us our national debt is around $21 trillion. Social Security promises are approaching $17 trillion – included in the “unfunded” government promises – over $112 trillion. Despite government mandated Cost of Living Increases, our recent article, “An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security” clearly indicates social security recipients have no inflation protection.Each month, seniors and savers […]

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Does Market Rigging in the Metals Signal a Buying Opportunity?

Central Banks are rigging the metals markets. Does it signal a buying opportunity? Will they ever be prosecuted for this illegal activity? I recently interviewed good friend Ed Steer who writes Ed Steer’s Gold and Silver Digest, a daily must-read. We discussed an article written by Peter Warburton in 2001 outlining the relationship between central banks and investment banks rigging […]

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Are the Central Banks Manipulating the Price of Gold?

I was in a panic. I was living off the interest from our Certificates of Deposit (CDs). The government passed the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), and interest rates tanked. My world went topsy-turvy as the banks redeemed my CDs. The new, lower rates won’t pay the bills. Not even close! Isn’t high inflation caused by increasing the currency supply […]

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Brexit & lunch pails

The average American is likely more interested in the latest episode of Game of Thrones or how their favorite baseball team is doing. Why such a big deal about the Brits (Brexit) leaving the European Union (EU)? It’s important to understand why they voted to leave. This Europa website begins with a tribute to their “Founding Fathers”: “The…visionary leaders inspired […]

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