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FX Markets: The Key to Predicting Moves in the Gold Price

dailyreckoning.com / by Greg Canavan / Apr 2, 2014

In 1914 gold was money.

Money wasn’t debt or credit back then. It was simply gold, and banks created credit on top of their gold reserve base. They couldn’t go crazy in the credit creation process, because there was only so much gold in the [...]

Is There Any Gold Left For Central Banks To Buy?

bullionbullscanada.com / by Jeff Nielson / Monday, 31 March 2014 12:53

Here is a conundrum for readers to unravel. Throughout 2011, 2012, and early into 2013; central banks in Eastern and Emerging Market nations went on the largest (official) gold-buying binge in history. This occurred as the currencies of these nations were relatively stable, [...]

The All Consuming Burdens Of Debt

gold-eagle.com / Mark J Lundeen / March 30, 2014

Under a Gold Standard, debt doesn’t pile up over the years as we see below with the USnational debt. Credit creation during the gold standard era was used to fund future wealth creation. This new credit money was used to extract minerals and petroleum from the [...]

A First Glance On US Official Gold Reserves Audits

ingoldwetrust.ch / by Koos Jansen on March 27, 2014 at 1:17 am

I probably missed this story because I didn’t have blog when this came out in 2011, but apparently the official gold reserves of the United States are being audited every year. I thought the last audit was done in 1974, based on [...]

The History And Future Of Gold

gold-eagle.com / By DailyForex / February 20, 2014

The history of gold is an interesting one. Its use as a type of currency dates back to the fifth century B.C. Coins uncovered in Turkey from that period contained close to 100% gold alloy. Since the value of a coin was based solely on the amount [...]

Gold Standard – The way to Liberty

goldsilverworlds.com / February 18, 2014

History has countless manifestations of monetary policies. Even the royal houses of the Middle Ages used their power to change the nature of money to their advantage – and mostly to dilute. They could not resist the temptation to finance too costly ventures and projects through indirect ways. Gold and [...]

Gold Arbitrage and Backwardation Part II (the Lease Rate)

news.goldseek.com / By Keith Weiner / Tuesday, 4 February 2014

In Part I, we discussed the concept of arbitrage. We showed why defining it as a risk-free investment that earns more than the risk-free rate of interest is invalid. There is no such thing as a risk-free investment, and in any case, economics must [...]

Guest Post: Bitcoin – Revolution Or Trap?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/02/2014 20:02

Excerpted from The Money Bubble by James Turk and John Rubino,

In the Internet’s early days there was general agreement that one of the first killer apps would be some form of cyber-currency. Since money was already largely non-corporeal, existing as entries in bank accounts and [...]

The Financial Cancer is No Longer Dormant

blog.milesfranklin.com / Andrew Hoffman / January 24th, 2014

Sorry for the harsh title, but at the Miles Franklin Blog, our aim is not to be “politically correct,” but to protect you from the inevitable collapse of the world’s largest Ponzi scheme; i.e., the global fiat currency regime that commenced when the gold standard was [...]

The US & The West Are Purposefully Being Destroyed

kingworldnews.com / January 22, 2014

With continued global uncertainty as we near the end of January, today acclaimed money manager Stephen Leeb warned King World News that the US and the West are purposefully being destroyed. Leeb also spoke about China’s continued move to global domination and what investors can do to [...]

JIM WILLIE: RETURN OF THE GOLD STANDARD IS NEAR!

silverdoctors.com / Jim Willie CB / DECEMBER 26, 2013

Let us take a break from the hustle & bustle loaded to the gills with nastiness and mayhem. Consider some information cookies during the Christmas holiday down time, not without a few lumps of coal. The deceptions are deep; the ranks of dupes are [...]

There Will Be Consequences

blog.milesfranklin.com / David Schectman / December 16th, 2013

On Friday, I presented the following chart below (courtesy Zero Hedge):

-Zero Hedge, December 12, 2013

I want to expand on this. The Fed was created in 1913. In the last 100 years, what cost $1.00 now costs $23.59, according to the BLS. [...]

Cassandra!

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / November 19th, 2013

In college, I majored in Finance, and minored in economics; and several years later, achieved the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, or CFA. In other words, I’m one of the handfuls of Americans whose career path actually followed his university studies. And thanks to the pure [...]

End of the Manipulation Timeline

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / November 14th, 2013

A newly discovered “secret memo” from 1974 discusses how important the U.S. government considered gold suppression then; and as we are learning now, such importance has never been more obvious – as we approach the end of the global fiat Ponzi scheme that commenced with the [...]

Gold Standard: the Perfect Prescription

bullionbullscanada.com / by Jeff Nielson / Tuesday, 05 November 2013 12:47

Boiled down to the simplest terms; all economies must choose one of two “systems” in which to operate. They can choose a credit-based (i.e. debt-based) economy, or they can choose a “cash” (i.e. pay-as-you-go) economy. This is a simple tautology, and so beyond [...]