5000-year Record High In Gold Silver Ratio Forecasting Worst Financial Crisis Ahead

by SilverBullionSG Thu, 04/23/2020 – 05:30 TwitterFacebookRedditEmailPrint By SilverBullionSG SBTV welcomes back David Morgan, Silver Guru and publisher of The Morgan Report, as we discuss how the record high in the gold silver ratio is no coincidence. Rather, it is forecasting the worst financial crisis ahead. Discussed in this interview: 05:22 State of the global […]

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Peter Schiff: Gold Is The “No-Brainer” Investment

Via SchiffGold.com, Why is the mainstream financial media mostly ignoring gold? Peter Schiff talked about it in a recent podcast. He said the investment pundits are missing the boat on a “no-brainer” investment. The stock market has continued its pattern of wild swings this week. The Dow Jones was up 456 points on Wednesday after […]

Video: The Looming $600 Trillion Derivative Crisis! Banks Have Been Trading Gold That Doesn’t Exist

21,817 views•Apr 20, 2020 1.4K 18 Share SaveEpic Economist 211K subscribers The current situation has been taking a toll on financial institutions the world over. As the economy grounds to a halt, so do many of the daily transactions that keep money moving and ensure the balance of financial markets. As companies start massive layoff […]

​Physical Gold and Silver to Continue to Soar on Massive Demand and Money Printing Everywhere

Written by David Brady, Sprott Money News April 17, 2020 The only reason I follow paper prices for Gold and Silver is that they provide valuable insight into how big the premiums are for the physical metals. The combination of higher paper prices and higher premiums means an ultimately higher physical price. This is what […]

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A currency crisis could drive gold to $10,000 an ounce

The Federal Reserve has rolled out unprecedented stimulus in a staggeringly short amount of time, which could result in a currency crisis that pushes gold to $10,000 an ounce. Daniel Oliver of Myrmikan Capital argued in a note this week that all that stimulus could end up doing very little for the working and middle […]

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Universal Basic Income or Universal Tragic Outcome?

Mike Maloney asks an obvious question, one that no one else seems to be addressing… How, exactly, would a universal basic income work economically? An article today quotes a London professor who says there is “no prospect of a global economic revival without a universal basic income.” He went so far as to say “it’s […]

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Refuting MacroVoices’ Falsehoods on Precious Metals Markets

by jhanders Wed, 04/15/2020 – 11:34 TwitterFacebookRedditEmailPrint Last week on fin twit and amongst the precious metals community, the MacroVoices’ podcast host Erik Townsend and CPM Group’s Jeffrey Christian went on a 60-minute drive-by shooting packed with falsehoods about both the precious metals markets as well as character assassinations of various people within the industry. […]

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Jim Rickards: “Get Ready For Social Disorder”

Authored by James Rickards via The Daily Reckoning, The stock market has rallied significantly in recent weeks, spurred by the Fed’s massive recent liquidity injections. But you really shouldn’t be terribly surprised by the rally. Even the worst bear markets see substantial bouncebacks. And you can expect the market to give back all of its […]

US Mint Halts All Production Over Virus Fears As Gold & Silver Coin Demand Nears Record Highs

by Tyler Durden Wed, 04/15/2020 – 18:10 TwitterFacebookRedditEmailPrint Just as the premium between physical and paper precious metals prices was starting to fade a little, the US Mint has decided to temporally halt all production at its West Point facility in New York because of the risk to employees from COVID-19. The timing of the […]

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Central Banks Add More Gold To Their Reserves

Via SchiffGold.com, Central banks continued their gold-buying spree in February, although the pace of gold purchases has slowed compared to last year’s near-record purchases. On net, central banks globally added another 36 tons of gold to their reserves in February, according to the latest data released by the World Gold Council. That was about 33% higher […]