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  • What the Mainstream Doesn’t Get About Bitcoin
    By on August 16, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    The real demand for bitcoin will not be known until a global financial crisis guts confidence in central banks and politicized capital controls. I’ve been writing about cryptocurrencies and bitcoin for many years. For example: Could Bitcoin Become a Global Reserve Currency? (November 7, 201...
  • Patrick Byrne: Why Cryptocurrencies Matter
    By on August 11, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    This week we talk with Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com, and rare courageous voice within corporate America raising concern that powerful interests on Wall Street are destroying US companies for profit, robbing investors and destabilizing our financial system in the process. Byrne has been an e...
  • Ron Rosen: The Dollar And Equities Will Plunge Togeth...
    By on August 8, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    The dollar has been falling lately, which isn’t what a lot of people expected with the Fed being the only major central bank that’s raising interest rates. Higher yields on dollar balances should, according to basic economics, have attracted foreign capital to Treasury paper, thus putting upward...
  • Cryptocurrencies
    By on August 3, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    For an in-depth discussion of blockchain and cryptocurrencies see the June 2017 white paper published by the World Economic Forum: “Realizing the Potential of Blockchain: A Multistakeholder Approach to the Stewardship of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies” (www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Realizing_Pote...
  • Money Is Money, Wherever It Comes From…
    By on August 2, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    One of the crucial things to understand about today’s world is that money is fungible. Whether it’s created in Japan, Europe, China or the US, once it’s tossed by a central bank into one or another part of the global economy, it eventually finds its way to a common pool of liquidity. So the mo...
  • COT Report Gets Even More Favorable For Gold And Silv...
    By on July 19, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    Speculators are running scared in the paper precious metals markets. And that’s a good thing. The past few months’ correction has finally led hedge funds and other technical/momentum traders to shed their long positions and load up on short bets. Meanwhile the Commercials, which tend to be right...
  • Speculators Sour On Gold And Silver, Which Means The ...
    By on July 18, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    The stars — in the form of smart and dumb money futures contract positions — have once again lined up favorably for precious metals. Here are those positions for gold and silver as of Tuesday the 4th. Notice that speculators (the dumb money) got a lot less optimistic — that is, less long and m...
  • Understanding The Cryptocurrency Boom
    By on June 25, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    I recently came across a December 1996 San Jose Mercury News article on tech pioneers’ attempts to carry the pre-browser Internet’s bulletin board community vibe over to the new-fangled World Wide Web. In effect, the article is talking about social media a decade before MySpace and Facebook and ...
  • Here Comes Quantitative Tightening
    By on June 19, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    All of a sudden the Fed got a little tougher. Perhaps the success of the hit movie Wonder Woman has inspired Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen to discard her prior timidity to show us how much monetary muscle she can flex when the time comes for action. Although the Fed’s decision this week to ...
  • Next Generation Risks | Part 1: Super EMP Attack
    By on June 14, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    The global financial system’s ever-increasing leverage pretty much guarantees another crisis in coming years — unless it’s pre-empted by new weapons that can, in theory, shut down entire national banking systems, thus screwing up the best-laid plans of today’s savers and investors. This seri...
  • Projecting the Price of Bitcoin
    By on June 2, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    The wild card in cryptocurrencies is the role of Big Institutional Money. I’ve taken the liberty of preparing a projection of bitcoin’s price action going forward: You see the primary dynamic is continued skepticism from the mainstream, which owns essentially no cryptocurrency and conve...
  • EURGBP: A Picture of Elliott Wave Precision
    By on June 2, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    EURGBP: A Picture of Elliott Wave Precision The euro’s recent surge to two-month highs against the pound fit its Elliott wave blueprint beautifully Let’s assume financial markets are driven by news events. Negative news items cause prices to fall, while positive items fuel rallies. Eas...
  • Is This Bitcoin’s Fatal Flaw?
    By on May 26, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    Bitcoin has been rocketing higher lately, as it gains widespread official approval and more people figure out how to use it. As the first of its kind to emerge, bitcoin has become synonymous with “cryptocurrency”. But lately it’s been joined by a lot of others – which together now account f...
  • Misunderstanding GDXJ: Why It’s Actually Great News...
    By on May 2, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    Something extraordinarily good for junior precious metals miners just happened. But for some reason it’s being misinterpreted as a bad thing. Here’s the general story: A Small-Cap Gold Mining ETF Streaks Lower As Big Index Change Looms (Investors.com) – Mining stocks blazed a bright trail of ...
  • Is This What They Mean By “Crack-Up Boom”?
    By on February 17, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    In 1980, the US government – along with pretty much all of its peers – began borrowing at an accelerating rate. Note on the following chart how the trend line steepened in the 2000s and then steepened again in this decade, with a sudden and unexpected pop in 2015 and early 2016, even as the curr...
  • This Pension Thing Is About To Get Real
    By on January 26, 2017 | No Comments  Comments
    “The problem with police officers and firefighters isn’t a public-sector problem; it isn’t a problem with government; it’s a problem with the entire society. It’s what happened on Wall Street in the run-up to the subprime crisis. It’s a problem of people taking what they can, just becaus...

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