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  • Currencies Depend on Faith, Gold Doesn’t
    By on July 30, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    In his July 17th Blog, Let’s Get Real About Gold, author and Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig likened investor interest in gold with the “Pet Rock” craze of the 1970’s, when consumers became convinced that a rock in a box would provide continuous companionship, eleva...
  • China: Major Devaluation Coming
    By on July 29, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The whole “market economy” thing is turning out to be a little trickier than China’s dictators expected. To set up the story: After the 2008 crash the country borrowed about $15 trillion (an amount that dwarfs the US Fed’s quantitative easing programs) and spent the proceeds on history’s b...
  • Central Banks Ready To Panic — Again
    By on July 27, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Less than a decade after a housing/derivatives bubble nearly wiped out the global financial system, a new and much bigger commodities/derivatives bubble is threatening to finish the job. Raw materials are tanking as capital pours out of the most heavily-impacted countries and into anything that look...
  • Turns Out There’s Already Competition In The Gold-B...
    By on June 12, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The splash that BitGold made recently by buying GoldMoney led many (including this writer) to assume that the Canadian start-up was pioneering the gold-backed currency space. But it turns out that Peter Schiff’s Euro Pacific Bank already allows non-US customers to buy gold and/or silver, store it ...
  • (Video) Japanese Yen Falls to a 17-Year Low: Watch Ho...
    By on June 10, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Put differently, USDJPY is now trading at a 17-year high… but will it last? You’ll find many explanations in the news why the U.S. dollar is trading at the highest point against the Japanese yen since 2002. Most of them have one thing in common: They rationalize the move which has alrea...
  • Are They About To Confiscate Money From Bank Accounts...
    By on May 21, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Do you remember what happened when Cyprus decided to defy the EU?  In the end, the entire banking system of the nation collapsed and money was confiscated from private bank accounts.  Well, the nation of Greece is now approaching a similar endgame.  At this point, the Greek government has not rec...
  • Interest Rates Spiking Everywhere
    By on May 20, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Just as ultra-low interest rates start to seem normal, the markets decide otherwise. US 10-year Treasury bonds yielded about 1.9% in April and are now above 2.20%: And the trend reversal isn’t limited to the US. Across Europe and Asia rates have spiked in the past month. From Bloomberg: What doe...
  • Swiss National Bank and Central Bank Accounting
    By on May 20, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    In a May 13 guest commentary, Alex Pollock pointed out some very interesting information on the astounding market value losses reported by the Swiss National Bank due to the legal requirement that the bank mark to market euro-denominated assets purchased as part of its efforts to maintain a currency...
  • No Money, No Growth
    By on May 19, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Last August, the US Fed stopped creating new currency out of thin air and dumping it into the banking system. Which is another way of saying the US money supply stopped growing. Here’s the adjusted monetary base — a proxy for the amount of new currency the Fed is creating — over the past eight...
  • US Nearing Recession, Dollar Falling Hard
    By on May 14, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The dollar soars by a record amount versus the euro and the yen in 2014. And economists predict strong growth in 2015. Really? If a country can have a rapidly-appreciating currency with all the benefits that that confers, and strong economic growth with all the obvious advantages that that confers, ...
  • Currency War Collateral Damage: China Stops Growing, ...
    By on May 11, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    When a country pegs its currency to a bigger one like the US dollar, it in effect outsources its monetary policy to the operator of that other currency. This confers several benefits, including the enforced discipline of the other, presumably more rigorous monetary regime and the simplicity of letti...
  • The Coming of Age of the Chinese Yuan
    By on May 7, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    According to the May 4th Wall Street Journal, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expected to declare in a forthcoming report that China’s currency, the yuan, is “fairly valued.” As stated on the IMF website, “The IMF’s primary purpose is to ensure the stability of the internation...
  • (Video) Do They Really Want to Outlaw Cash?
    By on May 7, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Some bankers want to charge you for your deposits Editor’s note: You’ll find the text version of the story below the video. Learn how to win the “War on Cash”Follow this link to access your FREE REPORT » The U.S. economy slowed to a crawl in Q1: GDP (gross domestic p...
  • The Dollar and US Stock Market Sectors
    By on May 6, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The co-author of our new book, From Bear to Bull with ETFs, second and revised edition, is Talley Léger. In his most recent MVR Portfolio Strategy missive, Talley asked a critical question: Why do US share prices display little sensitivity to US dollar fluctuations across time? The fair-value equat...
  • (Video) In-Depth: Japanese Yen and US Dollar
    By on May 5, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Elliott Wave International’s Alexandra Lienhard recently sat down with the editor of our Currency Pro Service, Jim Martens. Learn what Jim sees next for such popular forex markets as Japanese yen (USDJPY) as well as the U.S. dollar. Don’t miss: Jim’s full interview also shows you ...
  • Is Solar Power About To Crush Big Oil, Big Coal AND E...
    By on May 2, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Something amazing has happened in the energy market. The cost of solar power has fallen to the point where, in a growing number of places, it’s cheaper than the electricity that utilities deliver from their coal-fired power plants. And its price is still falling. The implications are huge. Most of...

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