Dr. Albert Friedberg: Central Banks unwilling to allow pain in the Capital Markets

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“Despite overleveraged households, uncertainties, and nervousness, it has been tremendously difficult to benefit by being short risk assets. Central banks around the world (including, unfortunately, the Reserve Bank of Australia) once again pivot to accommodative monetary policy, seemingly unwilling to allow any pain in capital markets. The danger builds over time, and as short positions… Read More

Power & Market | Mises Institute

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While many of America’s founders are justifiably famous, others have received too little attention. St. George Tucker is one. Born in Bermuda on July 10, 1752, Tucker was a militia colonel in the American Revolution, who even wrote Liberty: a Poem, on the Independence of America (my favorite line being “Freedom! thy joys alone are… Read More

FRA – The Roundtable Insight – Charles Hugh Smith on the Market’s Obsession with the Federal Reserve

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FRA: Hi, welcome to FRA’s Roundtable Insight .. Today we have Charles Hugh Smith: America’s philosopher, we call him. He is the author, leading global finance blogger and he is the author of several books on our economy and society, including “A Radically Beneficial World: Automation, Technology and Creating Jobs for All”, “Resistance, Revolution, Liberation: A… Read More

Libra as a Competitor to Inflationary Central Banks

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While many of America’s founders are justifiably famous, others have received too little attention. St. George Tucker is one. Born in Bermuda on July 10, 1752, Tucker was a militia colonel in the American Revolution, who even wrote Liberty: a Poem, on the Independence of America (my favorite line being “Freedom! thy joys alone are… Read More

Abolish the Dept. of Homeland Security? Yes, Please.

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While many of America’s founders are justifiably famous, others have received too little attention. St. George Tucker is one. Born in Bermuda on July 10, 1752, Tucker was a militia colonel in the American Revolution, who even wrote Liberty: a Poem, on the Independence of America (my favorite line being “Freedom! thy joys alone are… Read More

Murray Rothbard: "Pioneer of Praxeological Analysis"

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While many of America’s founders are justifiably famous, others have received too little attention. St. George Tucker is one. Born in Bermuda on July 10, 1752, Tucker was a militia colonel in the American Revolution, who even wrote Liberty: a Poem, on the Independence of America (my favorite line being “Freedom! thy joys alone are… Read More

Art Laffer Isn't Crazy For Questioning Fed Independence

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I woke up this Independence Day morning, surprised to find out that Bill Greene, the great 2016 faithless elector who cast his vote for Ron Paul, passed away. Among other things, Bill was a fierce advocate of making gold and silver legal tender, and was an assistant professor at South Texas College. He was an… Read More

Keynesian Fake News in the Wall Street Journal

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I woke up this Independence Day morning, surprised to find out that Bill Greene, the great 2016 faithless elector who cast his vote for Ron Paul, passed away. Among other things, Bill was a fierce advocate of making gold and silver legal tender, and was an assistant professor at South Texas College. He was an… Read More

An Interview With Ron Paul’s "Faithless Elector"

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I woke up this Independence Day morning, surprised to find out that Bill Greene, the great 2016 faithless elector who cast his vote for Ron Paul, passed away. Among other things, Bill was a fierce advocate of making gold and silver legal tender, and was an assistant professor at South Texas College. He was an… Read More

DuPont plans $2 billion share buyback after spin off

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(Reuters) – DuPont said on Tuesday it plans to announce a $2 billion share repurchase program after separation from DowDupont on June 1. DowDuPont, formed in 2017 by the $130 billion merger of chemical giants Dow Chemical and DuPont, is now in the process of splitting into three separate business units – Dow, DuPont and… Read More

Doug Casey on China’s Exploitation of Africa

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Justin’s note: Is China taking over Africa? A lot of folks are asking themselves this question, and for good reason. You see, China’s pulling resources out of the ground in Africa at an alarming rate. Not only that, Chinese people are pouring into the continent by the boatload. That said, it’s not all “bad news.”… Read More

Is This the Biggest Buy Signal for Gold Since 2001?

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch The Vanguard Group has thrown in the towel on gold. And that has massive implications for the gold market. But not in the way most investors think. As you’re about to see, Vanguard’s decision could be extremely bullish for gold. I’ll tell you why in a second—and why… Read More

Now’s the Time to Buy Elon Musk’s Favorite Metal

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Justin’s note: Today, we’re handing the reins to our in-house commodity expert Dave Forest, editor of International Speculator. Dave’s one of the smartest guys I know. He’s a professional geologist with 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas, environmental, and mining sectors—so when he gets excited about an idea, we listen. Recently, Dave returned… Read More

Tesla’s Latest Move Will Cause These Stocks to Soar

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch Tesla just put the rest of the auto industry on notice. Tesla, as I’m sure you know, is the largest electric vehicle (EV) maker in the U.S. It’s also one of America’s most loved—and hated—stocks. I say this because Tesla’s one of the most innovative companies on the… Read More