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Modern Monetary Theory Always Works. Once.

Marin’s Note: We are going to do something different with today’s missive. Today we will allow long time reader and esteemed colleague of ours (who wishes to remain anonymous), Era “the Nature Boy of Finance” Flair, our platform to make his comments. They are well thought out and his angle is worthy of consideration. Dear Marin, […]

Prices Rise & Standards of Living Fall – Yet The Fed Keeps Printing Like Crazy

[unable to retrieve full-text content]How can a government, that’s $28 trillion in debt, spend trillions of dollars that it does not have? Well, one major way is the Federal Reserve creates money-out-of-thin-air and then ‘loans’ it to the government by buying the government’s bonds. Naturally, when the Fed counterfeits new dollars to do this, the […]

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Fun on Friday: It’s All Relative

June 18, 2021  by Michael Maharrey  0   0 A guy made a comment about my article highlighting Chipotle’s recent decision to raise menu prices in order to cover some of the cost of higher wages, pointing out that the CEO made some $38 million last year, noting “I doubt he needs it.” The first thought that popped into […]

Gold and Silver Move Higher Ahead of the European Open

London (Jun 18)  Gold and silver have moved higher leading into the European session despite more bearishness on Thursday. Gold is now trading at $1785/oz while silver has moved to $26.17/oz. One of the big stories from yesterday’s session was the drop in palladium. The precious metal moved 11.26% lower. In the rest of the […]

From the Notebook: Killing All the Birds With One Pile of Gold

From the Notebook posts are expansions of ideas first published for my Patrons. This one was published on June 11th. French President Emmanuel Macron, whose poll numbers are abysmal and needs a sincere shot in the arm, just gave away the plot with his outside voice.  I’ve noticed this trend within The Davos Crowd in recent […]

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Thomas Jefferson vs. the Federal Reserve

June 13, 2021  by Michael Maharrey  0   0 The Federal Reserve is the engine that drives one of the biggest, most powerful governments in the history of the world. Without the Fed, it would be difficult, if not impossible, for the government to fund its foreign wars, its massive, unsustainable social programs, the ever-growing police state, and the […]

After The Reset Silver & Gold Won’t Be Priced in Dollars

“April 2021 money supply and monetary base growth continued to explode” – John Williams, Williams is referencing the “base” monetary aggregates which are compiled monthly. The Fed’s balance sheet grows by the week, hitting $7.935 trillion as of June 3rd. It’s doubled plus another 13% since September 2019, when “QE” was restarted. The rate […]

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Central Banks Continue to Be Bullish on Gold

June 9, 2021  by SchiffGold  0   0 Central banks added gold to their reserves in record amounts in 2018 and 2019, but buying slowed last year with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The slower pace has continued into 2021, but buying is ahead of last year as many countries continue to load up on the yellow metal. […]

The Massive Funds That Could Push Gold Higher Have Arrived…

The Team JUN 8, 2021 [embedded content] For some time we’ve been talking about the inevitable arrival of a particular investor to the gold market. Well, they’re here. Who are they? Watch today’s update with Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark to find out. [embedded content] The Team JUN 8, 2021 [embedded content] For some time […]

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Currency Reset: Basel III and the Implementation of the NSFR

33 years ago, The Economist published an article announcing a new global currency for “around 2018”. On the cover of the magazine, the Phoenix, rising from the ashes of fiat currencies, features a 2018 gold coin. The Economist: “Get Ready For A World Currency By 2018” — GoldBroker (@Goldbroker_com) September 1, 2017 How […]

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Biden Proposes $6 Trillion Budget: Will Money Flow Into Gold?

Biden proposes $6 trillion of government spending in the 2022 fiscal year. This continuation of ultra-loose fiscal policy could support gold in the long run. On Friday (May 28), the White House presented the President’s budget for the 2022 fiscal year that starts on October 1, 2021. Biden trumped Trump and proposed $6 trillion, over […]

Gold and Silver Will Mark the End of the Present Dark Age: Hugo Salinas Price

The Central Banks of the World – Russia and China both perhaps excepted – are all members of an International Club of Central Banks. This Club is run according to the rules dictated by the BIS, the Bank for International Settlements, located in Basel, Switzerland. Events that took place years’ ago, resulted in the conversion […]

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Fun on Friday: Silver Is Hazardous Waste?

April 23, 2021  by SchiffGold  0   0 I learned something today. Did you know silver is considered a hazardous waste? So, I’m just going to say upfront that if you have some silver to dispose of, I’ll be happy to take it off your hands. But seriously, according to the EPA, silver is categorized as biohazardous waste and […]

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Coinbase Goes Public, Opening the Crypto Floodgates

By Frank HolmesCEO and Chief Investment OfficerU.S. Global Investors Digital currencies stormed Wall Street in a big way this week. Crypto exchange Coinbase went public in a direct listing, opening the floodgates for a number of other crypto-related companies. This move brings us one step closer to mass acceptance of cryptocurrencies. Before now, investors seeking […]

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The Ecstasy and The Agony of Market Bubbles

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his and are not investment advice. At a glance: Tesla stock, Bitcoin, and others have blasted higher into a bubble. Bubbles implode. Watch out below following the top, whenever that occurs. The crazy silver bubble of 1979—1980 was LESS OUTRAGEOUS than the Tesla stock price […]

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Cobalt, nickel battery use rises as electric sports cars gain popularity

The total battery capacity of EVs sold during the month increased 123% year on year to close to 11.3 GWh, according to Adamas Intelligence, which tracks demand for EV batteries by chemistry, cell supplier and capacity in over 90 countries.  To produce the most accurate data, the monthly battery capacity deployed numbers in the MINING.COM […]

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BC First Nation, Skeena Resources reach mining partnership peak

Eskay Creek is a past-producing mine first discovered in 1988 that Skeena initially optioned from Barrick Gold in 2017, before acquiring 100% ownership in October of last year. The former Eskay Creek mine was once the highest-grade gold mine in the world when it was in production, according to Skeena, as well as being the […]

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The Nuclear Shift in the Uranium Narrative

Airpocalypse: It’s morbid to think about. But one of the leading causes of death is air pollution. According to the World Health Organization, an estimated that 7 million people die every year from air pollution-related issues. Air pollution is caused by solid and liquid particles along with gases suspended in the air. By far, the […]

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NextSource partners with processors in Tesla supply chain to build battery anode plant

NextSource noted that the Japanese company supplies graphite anode material “to the majority of Japanese automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and the Tesla supply chain.” It is also the same Japanese company that in October 2018 signed an offtake agreement with NextSource for 20,000 tonnes of graphite a year over ten years. The Chinese partner […]