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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...
Waving the White Flag The price of gold rose two bucks last week, though the price of silver fell 10 cents. We have seen several analyses recently predicting big price drops, in one case by at least...
Before it collapsed, the city of Rome had a population greater than 1,000,000 people. That was an extraordinary accomplishment in the ancient world, made possible by many innovative technologies and...
No Schedule for the Dollar’s Demise A few weeks ago we said: “This is not an environment for a Lift Off Event” Sure enough, last week the price of gold was down $9 and that of...
Scottsdale, Ariz, June 20, 2018 — Monetary Metals announces that it has leased gold to GoldSilver™, to support the growth of its line of fine gold jewelry, Gold Without Borders™, at...
Oil is Different Last week, we showed a graph of rising open interest in crude oil futures. From this, we inferred – incorrectly as it turns out – that the basis must be rising. Why else,...
Crude Oil Market Structure – Extremes in Speculative Net Long Positions On May 28, markets were closed so this Report is coming out a day later than normal. The price of gold rose nine bucks,...
Why Do People Buy Gold? Investors face a challenging environment. Decades of falling interest rates force them to choose between earning poor returns in bonds and speculating on asset prices. Retirees...
Further to our ongoing theme of capital destruction, let’s look at a topic which is currently out of favor in the present market correction. Keynes called for pushing the interest rate down near...
Do you want to lend your hard-earned money to the US government? In exchange for the high, high interest rate of 2.8%? It’s a most generous deal, even though the Federal Reserve is committed to...