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Gold to Test Major Uptrend; Fed to Remain Behind Inflation Curve

Battered gold and silver markets face a test of their bull market prospects. For gold, a bullish trendline has been in force since late 2018. The...

Key Price Index Rises at Record Rate, Adding to Inflation Woes

One key reading of the misery index for U.S. consumers is continuing to rise, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The...

Four News Events That Could Drive Bullion Demand

(Clint Siegner, Money Metals News Service) The halfway point of the year is quickly approaching. Dwindling confidence and concern over the direction of the country along...

Fed Pressed for Action as Inflation Rises to 13-Year High

Inflation continued to rise sharply in May across many key components, with the Consumer Price Index increasing 0.6% in May according to the Bureau...

Fed Chairman Likens Emergency COVID Efforts to Heroism at Dunkirk

(Associated Press) Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell compared the actions taken by the central bank early in the pandemic as the economy barreled toward a...

Fed’s Crypto Plans May Turn Bitcoin Bulls into Gold Bugs

The globalist push for central bank digital currency is ramping up. On Monday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke at a virtual "Innovation Summit" hosted...

The Fedcoin is Coming

(Keith Weiner, Money Metals News Service) Before we talk about Fedcoins, let’s look at the old school non-digital, non-blockchain, coin. Gold. And silver. Since January 4,...

Beat the Coming ‘Taxflation’ Tsunami with Precious Metals

The final weeks of the tumultuous year that has been 2020 present opportunities for investors to get their financial houses in order ahead of...

Gold Climbs Following Election Results, Then Retreats

Gold prices closed Friday at a 7-week high above $1,950/oz. The monetary metal also appeared to break out of a larger consolidation pattern that formed...

A New World Monetary Order Is Coming

The global coronavirus pandemic has accelerated several troubling trends already in force. Among them are exponential debt growth, rising dependency on government, and scaled-up central...

The Fed’s Quest for Higher Inflation: What Could Go Wrong?

The Federal Reserve is warning investors in no uncertain terms that higher rates of inflation are coming. Yet markets, for the most part, have disregarded...

Tlaib Wants Fed Bailouts for Bankrupt Detroit, Corrupt Puerto Rico

'What I believe is that that’s not a job for the Fed...' (Ben Sellers, Liberty Headlines) Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell once again dismissed a...

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Democrats’ Election Power-Grab Bill Fails in the Senate

(Headline USA) The Democrats' sweeping attempt to rewrite U.S. election and voting law suffered a major setback in the Senate Tuesday, blocked by Republican...

NYC Mayoral Candidate Accused of Sexual Misconduct was AOC’s No. 2 Option

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, said this week that she ranked the New York City mayoral candidate who had been accused of sexual misconduct as...

Mich. GOP State Senate Report Finds NO 2020 Election Fraud

(Scott McClallen, The Center Square) The Michigan Senate released a report, which concludes it “found no evidence of widespread or systematic fraud in Michigan’s prosecution...

Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Dakota Access Pipeline

(Associated Press) A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed the lawsuit filed by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe challenging the operation of the Dakota Access...
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