All Depressions Are Not Created Equal

All Depressions Are Not Created Equal

By: Tom Chatham 04/16/2019 It has been said that history may not repeat but it sometimes rhymes. Just as the generals always seen to fight the last war people seem to prepare for the last depression. Times change and the mechanism that leads to misfortune changes with it. Looking at the past may not give us the clear answer to how to deal with the [...] Read more

Combustion

Combustion

BY SVEN HENRICH 04/10/ 2019 This is all going to end badly, even some ardent bulls will freely admit this, the question is the how, when and the where. Frankly it’s a tragedy that’s unfolding and discerning eyes can see it. Since the December lows markets have taken the scripted route higher salivating at the prospect of dovish central bankers [...] Read more

Monetary Innovation in the Ancient World, Report 1 April

Monetary Innovation in the Ancient World, Report 1 April

By Keith Weiner 04/01/2019 We think we are the only generation to be smart. In the 19th century, they did not have the internal combustion engine. In the 18th century, they did not have the railroad. In the 17th century, they did not have the piano. So, most people assume, they were dumb. They did not know about smart phones, so they would not [...] Read more

Globalists Are Bringing Their One World Currency Plans Out Into The Open

Globalists Are Bringing Their One World Currency Plans Out Into The Open

By Brandon Smith 04/10/2019 People often ask me when they should begin to worry about the agenda for the “global economic reset” and the controlled demolition of the economy? If economic collapse is a process rather than an event, at what point in the process will we start to feel direct consequences? While crash conditions in economic [...] Read more

This leading indicator looks bullish for gold

This leading indicator looks bullish for gold

Image from archives By Jordan Roy-Byrne, The Daily Gold 04/11/2019 There are more than a handful of things I can cite as leading indicators for the Gold price. Ratios such as Gold against the stock market and Gold against foreign currencies are generally good leading indicators. The gold stocks and Silver can function as leading indicators at [...] Read more

South African gold output has longest losing streak since 2009

By Bloomberg News 04/11/2019 South African gold production shrank for a 17th straight month in February, the longest string of contractions since the financial crisis. Gold output fell 21 percent from a year earlier compared with a revised 23 percent drop in January, Pretoria-based Statistics South Africa said in a statement on its website [...] Read more

Best argument for gold standard is Trump himself

Best argument for gold standard is Trump himself

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons By Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg Opinion 04/09/2019 With President Donald Trump’s apparent plans to nominate Stephen Moore and Herman Cain to the Federal Reserve Board, attention has turned once again to the gold standard, a policy option once advocated by both men. Trump himself has expressed admiration for the gold [...] Read more

Stagflationary Scenario Is Gaining Momentum

By Bobrikpp 04/09/2019 Anomalous discrepancy between industrial production and stock indices. It has long been no news that the last months industrial production in the world is going through hard times. These processes are especially pronounced in the European Union. But gradually the infection begins to spread in other regions. However, even [...] Read more

Russia's foreign exchange reserves broke five-year record

Russia's foreign exchange reserves broke five-year record

© AP Photo / Mike Groll By RIA News 04/08/2019 Russia's foreign exchange reserves amounted to 487.8 billion dollars, follows from the data published on the website of the Central Bank. This figure broke a five-year record: on April 1, 2014, reserves amounted to 486 billion dollars. Over the past year, the Bank of Russia increased its reserves of [...] Read more

Will global slowdown support gold, or is it just temporary?

Will global slowdown support gold, or is it just temporary?

Photo from Pxhere, CC0 Public Domain. By Arkadiusz Sieron 04/07/2019 Economists and market analysts often make volte-face. We remember that in 2018 the pundits were heralding the synchronized global growth. One year later all the talking heads prophesy the synchronized global slowdown. What is happening? How serious is the current slump? And what [...] Read more

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