, Gold and Silver News

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Doug Casey: Most Mining Stocks Are Just Crap, Except These Ones

Doug Casey, founder of Casey Research, prefer the royalty streaming companies over traditional miners. 

In an interview with Kitco News on the sidelines of the Silver & Gold Summit in San Francisco, Casey said that he likes dividends in miners. 

“Now is an excellent time to buy into the mining business, even though it is the worst business in the world from a business point of view. 

It is a crappy, 19th century, choo-choo train business but the good news is that when these stocks are cheap and everybody hates them, these stocks are explosive on the upside,” he said.

- Source, Kitco News

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Why Precious Metals In Your IRA? Gold, Silver, US Dollar Market Update

Why Precious Metals in your IRA? We recap the price movements of gold, silver, platinum, palladium, the US Dollar Index, The Euro, DOW Jones Industrial, & more in this week's Golden Rule Radio.

Friday, November 9, 2018

Jim Acosta Loses WH Press Pass, Pretends this Violates the First Amendment

The MSM have become the enemy of the free people and have fully moved into tabloid status. 

CNN is outraged by the White House for kicking out Jim Acosta, after his rude and violent behavior. 

Fortunately, they lose more and more power with each and every day that passes by.

- Video Source, Styxhexenhammer

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Is China Now One Giant Credit Ponzi and Money Laundering Scheme?

Jason talks about how China has probably overplayed its hand in the last 10 years with a giant, out of control credit bubble that is now over $40 trillion dollars in size!

Monday, November 5, 2018

Was Nothing Learned From 2008 Financial Crisis? Have Worse Mistakes Been Made Since Then?

Dan says that not only has nothing been learned from the 2008 financial crisis but that worse mistakes have been made by central banks, politicians and central planners in the 10 years since the crisis! 

Jason also asks Dan about his Real Vision TV round table discussion a few months ago with Grant Williams and Simon Mikhailovich. 

To wrap up the interview, Jason asks Dan about if the gold price can go much lower and about his views on gold miners.

Hidden Secrets of Money: The Fall of Empires, Rome vs USA

In episode 9 of Hidden Secrets of Money, Mike Maloney draws eerie parallels to the misguided leaders and monetary policies that doomed civilizations from Ancient Rome to modern-day America. 

Can President Trump save America? 

Will the Federal Reserve Board be able to pull off yet another round of extremist interference and postpone a crisis? Find out how Mike he believes it will play out.

- Source, Gold Silver

Friday, November 2, 2018

US trade gap widens, deficit with China rises to record high

The U.S. trade deficit rose to a seven-month high in September as imports surged to a record high amid strong domestic demand, offsetting a rebound in exports.

The Commerce Department said on Friday the trade gap increased 1.3 percent to $54.0 billion, widening for a fourth straight month. Data for August was revised to show the trade deficit rising to $53.3 billion instead of the previously reported $53.2 billion.

The trade deficit continues to deteriorate despite the Trump administration’s protectionist trade policy, which has left the United States locked in a bitter trade war with China as well as tit-for-tat tariffs with other trade partners, including the European Union, Canada and Mexico.

The politically sensitive goods trade deficit with China jumped 4.3 percent to a record high of $40.2 billion in September. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast the overall trade deficit rising to $53.6 billion in September.

When adjusted for inflation, the goods trade gap increased to an all-time high of $87.0 billion in September from $86.3 billion in August.

The government reported last week that the trade deficit subtracted 1.78 percentage points from gross domestic product in the third quarter. That was the most since the second quarter of 1985 and reversed the 1.22 percentage points contribution in the April-June period.

In September, imports of goods and services increased 1.5 percent to $266.6 billion, an all-time high. Imports of capital goods such as telecommunications equipment, civilian aircraft engines and computers were the highest on record.

There were also increases in imports of toys, cell phones, apparel and household goods.

Exports of goods and services rose 1.5 percent to $212.6 billion in September. Exports were lifted by shipments of industrial supplies and materials, which were the highest on record. Soybean exports decreased by $0.7 billion in September.

- Source, Reuters

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Is the QE Party Out of Punch?

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the QQE Party drying up as ‘Qualitative and Quantitative Easing’ dries up in even Japan, despite their claims to the contrary. 

What will happen to interest rates and the global debt bubble when the central banks stop buying all the bad debts corporations and banks push on them? 

In the second half, Max interviews Susan Poole, of Blockbridge Advisory, about the latest in the regulatory environment around cryptocurrency and what next for the sector.

- Source, Russia Today

Monday, October 29, 2018

The Central Banks Plan Has Been Disrupted, Now They Are Trying To Backpedal

The stock market has been declining for the last 5 weeks, this is the beginning of the entire global economic system breaking down. 

Around the world the real estate market it breaking apart, the globalist system is collapsing, this was done on purpose. 

The central banks who planned on having a cashless society have done an about face, their plans are backfiring and they are in a deep panic.

- Source, X22 Report

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Cracks Show In Equities As S&P Pokes The Bear

Cracks show in the equities markets as the S&P pokes the bear. We recap the price movements of the equities markets over the last week as well as looking to the price movements of gold, silver, platinum, palladium, the US Dollar Index, & more.

Monday, October 22, 2018

An Ounce Of Gold Has Always Cost The Same As A Suit, Here’s Why

Gold’s greatest merit is still its reliability as an instrument for wealth preservation, said Ani Markova, Vice-President & Portfolio Manager, AGF Investments. 

“Gold is an asset class that investors should have in their portfolios to diversify them, especially at times when we see equity market volatility,” Markova told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Mines & Money conference in Toronto. 

Longer term, investors should depend on gold’s wealth preservation power, Markova said, citing gold price’s parity to the cost of a suit over time as an example of its steady relative value. 

“If you wanted to buy a men’s suit back in the 1930s, you probably would have paid about $16.95 for a good quality suit and you throw in pair of shoes for $3.25, which is about $20, and that was roughly the cost of one ounce of gold in the beginning of the ‘30s” Markova said. 

“If I look today, at U.S. dollar terms, we are at about $1,200 U.S. and if you walk into Harren Rosen suit for about that.”

- Source, Kitco News

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Guaranteed! The Swiss Franc Will Collapse

Keith Weiner, CEO & Founder of Monetary Metals, gives insights into the seldom understood dynamics leading to the pathology of currency market manipulation by central banks.

- Source, Jay Taylor Media

Friday, October 19, 2018

Market Tremors Today Point To Epic Market Volatility Ahead

Market Tremors Today Point To Epic Market Volatility Ahead... 

John Hussman - “Market could decline as much as 64%” .

Druckenmiller - “Next 5 years will be very different now that money is no longer free”.

Doug Noland - “Market contagion is back”.