Excuses From the Fed for a Lackluster Economy Abound- not enough inflation, an aging population & people hoarding money   Janet Yellen blames on an aging/retiring work force for a declining labor participation rate.   This contradicts the United States BLS data that shows that some of the best ...
The Silver Institute has released a report forecasting that industrial silver demand is expected to out pace global GDP through 2016. Last year silver investment Demand was up 76%! Investors have been buying silver at a feverish pace since the financial crisis of 2008. Yet, in recent trading silv...
Podcast:   From 34:40 discussion of home sale strategies
Deficits Don't Matter Again 6:15-11:34 Discussion of the renewed focus on the Fed's policy towards interest rates now that they claim they will stop printing dollars in October. It seems to be designed to take the focus off the $4 Trillion that they printed. The inflationistas have been drowned o...
It's Our Currency And Our Problem Most Americans don't understand that gold is not an investment- it is an asset or an insurance policy. Gold is money. A country's currency not backed by gold is only as good as the soundness of its monetary and fiscal policy. The Fed's QE's dollar printing scheme...
Russia continues its de-dollarization project by adding 300,000 ounces of gold to its growing gold hoard in July. Chart:  
The Great Depression taught savings- the Great Recession teaches speculation20:00- 21:50 discussion how the stock market continues to rise on any news, good news, no news or bad news. The stock market is viewed as a barometer for the health of the economy. The current stock market is based on spe...
The Nixon Shock - Nixon Ends the Bretton Woods Agreement and Closes the Gold Window On August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon in a nationally televised speech unilaterally and without warning ripped up the Bretton Woods agreement. In his address, Mr. Nixon announced that he was “temporarily” su...
Bank Bail-ins Coming to the U.S. Says Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve   Bank Bail-ins are coming to the United States "As part of this approach, the United States is preparing a proposal to require systemically important banks to issue bail-inable long-term debt that will enable insolvent ba...
Inflation? What Inflation? Here Comes Stagflation 11:00-15:51 The Fed’s “target” inflation of 2% has been met (based on the Consumer Price Index) YET, the supposed benefits of higher inflation have not been achieved. The Fed has also met its unemployment target of 6.5%. Despite having met these t...

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