Category Archives: inflation

Take a Look at What They Buried in This Obscure Report

April 21, 2015 Cancun, Mexico Imagine having a net worth of $57 billion. That sounds like a lot. And for the few folks out there like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Vladimir Putin who have racked up such a prodigious amount, it is a lot. But not if you’re the US Federal Reserve. Just like Read More

Richard Russell – The “Bear Market In Gold Is Over!” As Desperate Fed May Usher In QE4 And A World Of Hyperinflation

As people continue to digest breaking news out of Greece and around the world, the Godfather of newsletter writers, 90-year-old Richard Russell, announced that the “bear market in gold is over!”  Russell also covered everything from a desperate Fed ushering in QE4, to global hyperinflation, the California drought and coming Great Depression-style work programs. Richard Russell: “The latest data Read More

“Belief That European QE Will Work Is Far-Fetched,” Bill White Warns This Will “End Very Badly”

As the title of Hinde Capital’s latest note ascribes, we are on “The Road to Nowhere,” and this excellent discussion with former BIS Economic Adviser (and teller-of-the-truth) William White explains it all.. “I’m not sure [European QE] is going to do anything – certainly, nothing that’s good. The fundamental problem here, as I see it Read More

The Coming Wave of Creative Destruction – Martin Armstrong

QUESTION: You have said that we are in the middle of a shift in the economy similar to the Great Depression where agriculture crashed from 40% to 3% and this time it is government and technology. It seems that your warning of also moving to an electronic currency fits with your new age of skilled Read More

Investors Still Aren’t Fully Awake to this Dollar Nightmare Yet – MarketWatch

By Shawn Langlois We are back on “patient” watch this week, with the Fed’s potential market-rattling precursor to a rate hike due midweek. Our call of the day predicts that, for now, “patient” will remain in the script and the Fed won’t be rocking the boat on interest rates (more on that below). Market behavior Read More

What Will Happen to You When the Dollar Collapses?

by Jeff Thomas Historically, when a nation’s debt exceeds its ability to repay even the interest, it can be assumed that the currency will collapse. Typically, governments exacerbate the situation by printing large amounts of currency notes in an effort to inflate the problem away, or at least postpone it. The greater the level of Read More

Three Catalysts for the Price of Gold

by James Rickards Editor’s Note: Jim Rickards has published a third book entitled “The Big Drop: How to Grow Your Wealth During the Coming Collapse.” It’s available exclusively for readers of his monthly investment letter called Strategic Intelligence. Before you read today’s essay, please click here to see why it’s the resource every investor should Read More

Hyperinflation To Start in 2015: Economist Says Get Supplies : “Gold, Silver, Canned Goods, Toilet Paper, Bottled Water…”

Mac Slavo February 19th, 2015 It’s impossible to predict when and how our economy will finally reach a breaking point, but according to contrarian Shadow Stats economist John Williams it’s coming one way or the other. The only thing we can do now is to prepare for it and that means stockpiling critical supplies, just Read More

If Prices are Collapsing, Then Why is GOLD GOING UP?

January 20, 2015 by Jay Taylor Most people have been trained by the Keynesian propagandists to think of gold as just another commodity. Gold is not a commodity. It is money! And that is why, as anxiety increases now about the global monetary system, gold is on the rise even as commodities plummet. The inverted pyramid Read More

Ditching the Dollar – Natural Act for a Dying Empire

By Jeff Thomas One of the symptoms of a declining empire is that it becomes less and less productive and therefore less relevant to other countries. Any empire, whilst in its prime, will have a strong currency. As its productive relevance declines, so will its currency. Invariably, its leaders attempt to keep the currency strong, Read More