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Take a look at China's vision for trade and global power through its ‘One Belt One Road’ strategy.

China's premier believes the road will enhance cooperation between nations along the ancient trading route. The history of 'The Silk Road'...

Take a look at China's vision for trade and global power through its ‘One Belt One Road’ strategy.

China's premier believes the road will enhance cooperation between nations along the ancient trading route. The history of 'The Silk Road' is explored along with China's vision for its future. 

Gold has edged higher since the release of the Federal Open Market Committee minutes and is again testing the 200-day moving average at $1,264.40 today.
According to Bill Baruch, chief market strategist for, there, " a tremendous long-term value in gold at this critical level and furthermore, many of the sellers have already sold and longs have already liquidated."
Baruch said that traders must continue to watch the $1,250.90 level and that gold must maintain price action above this level.

Peter Schiff believes that the Fed is on the brink of finally losing control. He talks about the part-time job labor market in the U.S. and the continued loss of manufacturing jobs.

In the latest episode of China Money Podcast, returning guest Dr. Marc Faber, speaks with host Nina Xiang. Faber believes the chances of World War 3 breaking out is more likely under a Clinton Presidency, than a Trump Presidency.
Faber compares a recession to sleeping at night.
Marc believes there is an 80% chance the EU will break up by 2020. He warns that, just from a political standpoint, they may be able to hold it together.

Rick Santelli, known for going on rants, is an

Doug Casey believes Donald Trump is an enemy of the deep state. Casey explains, "I still think he's going to win the election, by a good margin."
As a long-time Fed critic, Doug Casey compares the Fed to the criminally insane and believes their efforts are actually hurting the economy.
Speaking with Kitco News at the Total Wealth Symposium, Casey argues that gold stocks will provide great opportunities for investors in the current environment.

In Peter Schiff's latest podcast he talks about recent weak economic data and new Billionaires calling out the Fed.

Schiff discusses why gold is falling, despite weak economic data and why the Fed will not raise rates next week.

Prospectors John Larch, Don McKinnon and Richard Hughes discovered gold in the Hemlo camp in the early 1980s, starting a staking rush not seen in Canada since the Klondike gold rush of the late 19th century. Two companies, Golden Sceptre and Goliath Resources, secured rights to a large land package in the area, and were subsequently acquired by Noranda.

Noranda permitted and built the Golden Giant mine in less than two years. With its first pour in April, 1985, the Golden Giant was the first mine in the camp to ship.

Peter Schiff discusses the U.S. economy's drop in productivity, which has now declined for 3 consecutive quarters - its longest streak since the 1970s.

Schiff's message is simple: you can't get higher wages without higher productivity.

And that, "That is where higher wages come from."

Schiff talks about failed government policies and proposals to raise the minimum wage against a headwind of declining productivity.


Marc Faber is banging the bell, explaining <

Gold is in a strong bull market, and it’s only going to get better, according to Barry Dawes, executive chairman of Australian–based investment firm Martin Place Securities.

Dawes is calling for a global economic boom and thinks gold stands to gain from rising living standards around the world. Dawes explains, "This is a powerful bull market in gold", noting that, even more powerful forces are at work that will change the global allocation of capital.

Dawes explains that,

In late-July, U.S. dollar, gold and silver expert Craig Hemke warned, “I think, in the grand scheme of things, we are all in trouble because the time of the U.S. dollar being the supreme currency is all going by the wayside. We are entering into a new global financial paradigm in the 21st century..."

Peter Schiff explains that the US nominal GDP numbers are inaccurate because the government subtracts out inflation. "If we had a more realistic inflation measure, I think that not only would the second quarter have come in negative, but the two prior quarters as well... and we would already be in recession."

Schiff explains why he believes the US is in a 'Greater Recession' and has been since Q4 2015, which is when the Fed increased interest rates for the first time in nine years.

One day after the Fed held rates near zero, Peter Schiff remains convinced the Fed will ease not tighten in the future.

Schiff talks about Brexit and how it took rate hikes off the table as uncertainty soared. Brexit has also been a catalyst for gold.

Peter also goes head to head with Scott Nations.

Max and Stacy talk first to Jeff Berwick of the Dollar Vigilante about Americans renouncing their citizenship as a solution to bank embargoes and double taxation.

In the second half, Max and Stacy talk to Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof, founder of BitNation - the world’s first virtual nation, a blockchain powered jurisdiction - about ending geographical apartheid in the digital and crypto age.

Days after the conclusion of the Republican National Convention, Peter Schiff commends Trump for what he calls a "brilliant" speech which Trump delivered.

While Schiff believes it will be difficult for Trump to deliver what he is promising, Schiff believes Trump has come around at the right time and is using the weakness of the U.S. economy to his advantage.

VICE News travels to a little known country, Suriname, located on the east coast of South America between Guyana and French Guiana.

Gold is everywhere in Suriname, from political power to what the locals wear on their fingers, the effects of gold mining seep into all aspects of society.

The industry is a necessary source of income for many Surinamese, but it's also destroying the environment, bad for public health, and rife with corruption.

Last night, Donald Trump formally accepted the nomination of the Republican Party.

His beautiful daughter Ivanka Trump introduced her father at the RNC and believes her father will 'make America great again'.

Peter talks about the history of the initial creation and corruption of money.

George Gilder talks about the readjustment of global GDP and the flawed alchemy of central banks.

"What grows economies, is not the money we spend, but the money we save. It's savings, it's underconsumption that is the route of all progress. And nobody is going to save in a currency that has no interest, or negative interest."

- Peter Schiff

The Audit the Fed bill never seems to be able to pass the U.S. Senate with the latest attempt in January failing to pass when Sen. Rand Paul re-introduced the bill. However, he seems pretty close.
“In January, I did get a vote and we got a majority, 53 senators voted for it... but as you know, in the Senate, a lot of the times it takes 60,” he told Kitco News at Freedom Fest in Las Vegas.