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For about ten bucks a month, Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) will give you all the movies you can watch, plus tons of TV show series and other programs, such as one-off science documentaries. They don’t...
Fundamental Developments While the price of gold was up $19 last week, the price of silver was unchanged. Of course, we are not going to bias our discussions of the fundamentals, based on bearish or...
Last week, we said that the consensus is that gold must go down (as measured in terms of the unstable dollar) and then will rocket higher. We suggested that if everyone expects an outcome in the...
Last week, we discussed the tension between forces pushing the dollar up and down (measured in gold—you cannot measure the dollar in terms of its derivatives such as euro, pound, yen, and yuan)....
Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRKa) CEO Warren Buffet famously dismissed gold. Gold has two significant shortcomings, being neither of much use nor procreative. I have recently written about how a...
Last week in Monetary Paradigm Reset, we talked about the challenge of explaining a new paradigm. We said: The hard part of accepting this paradigm shift, was that people had to rethink their entire...
Explaining a new paradigm can be both simple and impossible at the same time. For example, Copernicus taught that the other planets and Sun do not revolve around the Earth. He said that all the...
Let’s return to our ongoing series on the destruction of capital, and how to identify the signs. Steve Saville posted a thoughtful article this week entitled The “Productivity of...
Quantity Theory Revisited The price of gold fell another ten bucks and that of silver another 28 cents. Perspective: if you’re waiting for the right moment to buy, the market is offering you a...
In part I the Great Reset, we said that: a reset is a terrible thing. The closest example is the fall of Rome in 476AD, in which more than 90% of the population of the city fled or died. No one...