Renowned trends researcher Gerald Celente is making a big change to his 2018-2019 economic forecast. What is the timeline for this coming market meltdown? Celente says, “The timeline is tough, but look . . . all you need is one major failure or one major hedge fund pulling out because that’s who is running the… Read More
Chris Powell of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee, gives perhaps the most thorough explanation of why governments are so intent on manipulating the precious metals markets and reveals some very interesting recent data about what they’ve quietly been doing.
For a principled libertarian, living in a world dominated by collectivism can be a daunting task. For John Hunt and his readers, fiction offers solace and a platform for spreading rugged individualism. Coauthor with Doug Casey of the successful High Ground novels, Hunt is a man whose moral compass led him to career change. A… Read More
Author of the popular book “The Trump Prophecies,” Mark Taylor says indictments of criminals and traitors in the U.S. government is going to cause some upheaval and violence when the release of FBI and DOJ documents show they tried to frame President Trump for a crime he did not do. Taylor explains, “That is the… Read More
Jim Grant of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer has more than three decades of experience monitoring macroeconomic metrics, and he is aghast at the post-Great Recession era. We are in uncharted waters, in terms of low and negative interest rates and seemingly worldwide and unprecedented currency devaluation. While Grant is reluctant to offer timing for the… Read More
Gerald Celente joins us for another explosive interview on the state of the markets. Gerald tells us why he’s not only focused on the dollar but also oil and explains what is likely to happen if the Fed continues to hike interest rates.
A new theory has emerged in the case of whether Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted accuser Christine Blasey Ford roughly 35 years ago; it was Kavanaugh’s high school look-alike, whose high school house better fits Ford’s description, and who kept in touch with the other guy allegedly in the room, Mark Judge. The… Read More
Everybody knows that mining is a major economic force in Canada. However, the magnitude of Vancouver’s dominance on the world stage is less known. In fact, the city is the home to over 800 mining and junior prospecting companies, while the next best foreign city—Perth, Australia—has not even one third that many. Karleigh Middlemiss, a… Read More
There is good reason people are going to real assets. The U.S. government is “missing” $21 trillion between the DOD and HUD. This fact was uncovered by Fitts and economist Dr. Mark Skidmore last year. What was the government’s answer to this gigantic accounting fraud that is the size of the federal deficit? Give the… Read More
Axel Merk of Merk Investments, reveals the one big mistake many investors are making in not rebalancing their portfolios right now, and he explains why he still sees gold as an important asset to own despite its recent weakness.
Trader/analyst Gregory Mannarino says the next financial meltdown really takes off when we can no longer borrow money into existence. Mannarino explains, “There is a full blown debt crisis in Europe and in the United States. The crisis is if we don’t continue to borrow and find ways to borrow ever more cash into existence.… Read More
Several months after his last live address to investors in his fund, Double Line CEO Jeffrey Gundlach is holding his latest periodic live webcast with investors, titled “Miracle Grow.” Readers can listen to the webcast live by clicking on the slide below or the click on this link (registration required). We will publish the accompanying… Read More
Across the world, populist movements are on the rise. Fred McMahon, an economist and resident fellow with the Fraser Institute, joins us to discuss the challenges of defining populism and the pitfalls for advocates of economic freedom in the face of divisive rhetoric. Three factors have fueled the latest populist reaction, explains McMahon: a serious… Read More
This week, we present an encore of an interview with Steve Forbes. Mr. Forbes shares his tremendous insights on the growing discontent with the Fed and the booms and busts created by their policies. He also makes the case for why he believes the time is now for America to restore gold in our monetary… Read More
US equity futures rose slightly as European shares rebounded after Asian equity markets opened on Thursday in a sea of red as investors expressed growing concern over the deepening emerging market sell-off, before recovering slightly later in the morning even as Trump was preparing to launch a new trade war with China, announcing another $200BN… Read More
A Canadian woman has filed a human rights complaint claiming her previous employer, the Osoyoos Golf Club, discriminated against her with a requirement that all female staff wear a bra, reports the CBC. Christina Schell (via cbc.ca) “It’s gender-based and that’s why it’s a human rights issue,” she said. “I have nipples and so do… Read More
Back in the summer of 2012, we had some fun when we reported that Whitney Tilson – the consummate, if always late “value investing” immitator of other prominent investors especially Warren Buffett and Bill Ackman and sworn #NeverTrumper – following several years of abysmal returns, closed his then-hedge fund T2 (with Glenn Tongue), splitting off… Read More
Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby is a broker of physical precious metals by the ton for wealthy clients, and he says people are quietly panicking. Kirby explains, “If you look at a duck moving across the water, it looks very graceful. But if you take a picture of what’s going on underneath the waterline, you see… Read More