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$1 Trillion Coins Instead of More Federal Debt?!

Credit risk out of China and debt ceiling drama in Washington are driving precious metals markets this week. Gold and silver attracted some significant safe-haven...

The Story of Silver’s Future as Money Is Yet Untold

Silver’s near-term price trajectory remains uncertain amid choppy market conditions. Its future, however, looks bright. In addition to the white metal’s growing uses in high-tech and...

Bond King Declares: Financial Assets Are ‘Garbage’

The gold market is flirting with a breakout to the upside. Prices have rallied more than $100 since putting in a seasonal low in...

Billionaire Gurus Increasingly Point to Gold

Mega investors have been talking up the merits of gold ownership lately. For example, the billionaire hedge fund manager who executed the “greatest trade ever”...

Play the Odds: Avoid Gambling in Rigged Markets

Is America becoming a nation of gamblers? The lure of potential cash windfalls is driving rampant speculation in financial markets and record traffic to casinos. The...

Will the U.S. Currency Regime Fall?

Afghanistan has fallen. The U.S. government’s nearly two-decade-long, multi-trillion-dollar “nation building” effort in the troubled, tribal country may now have nothing to show for itself. “President...

Debt Ceiling and Budget Battles to Underpin Gold Prices

The gold market has no shortage of issues following Sunday evening’s “flash crash” that saw prices drop sharply at the open. A mysterious $4 billion...

Currency Emergency: When the Debt Comes Due

What happens when the debt comes due? It’s a question millions of Americans are grappling with in their personal finances. It’s also a multi-trillion dollar...

Going for the Gold: Building a Winning Investment Portfolio

While Olympic athletes in Tokyo are going for the gold, investors are going for anything that might provide positive real returns. In a yield-starved environment...

You Never Have to Sweat Investments in Gold

Investing is a tough business. Regardless of whether you invest in stocks, bonds, real estate, or even artwork, it is a challenging racket that can...

Biden’s Dangerous Inflation Denials

President Joe Biden is in denial about inflation. This week he superficially addressed the problem by admitting the obvious – that prices have been rising...

The Government is Culpable for America’s Retirement Crisis

America faces a retirement crisis. The chairman of the world’s largest asset management firm is sounding the alarm. BlackRock CEO Larry Fink told CNBC last week...

Will ‘Infrastructure’ Spending Collapse the U.S. Dollar?

Recent collapses of bridges and a Florida condo building highlight what can go wrong when basic structural and foundational elements are neglected and allowed...

Bubbles Galore Should Drive Investors to Metals

Is the entire financial system currently in a massive bubble? That is the question that astute investors may now be asking. According to Nouriel Roubini, CEO...

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Extreme Hospital COVID Policies Lead Women to Give Birth at Home

(Kerry McDonald, Foundation for Economic Education) When I decided to have my third baby at home, I did so because I felt that a home...

SC Gov. Tells School Resource Officers to Back Off Enforcing Mask Mandates

(Jon Styf, The Center Square) A videotaped encounter between a school resource officer and a parent at James B. Edwards Elementary in Mount Pleasant has...

GoFundMe Deletes Grieving Father’s Fundraiser After Son’s Post-Vax Death

(Jon Miltimore, Foundation for Economic Education) At his funeral, Ernesto Ramirez Jr. wore a light blue suit and the eyeglasses he had worn in so...

Another Debt Ceiling Hike Won’t Fix What’s Broken

(Clint Siegner, Money Metals News Service) Washington DC politicians are busy cobbling together yet another bi-partisan bill to raise the federal borrowing limit. Congress imposed the...
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