Your Money Will Never Be The Same

money supply expansion may result in inflation by 2021

During the early 1920s in Weimar Germany, government-induced hyperinflation (via massive increases in the money supply) caused hunger and deteriorating standards of living. When faced with the choice of economic collapse or printing more money, desperate, insolvent governments like the Weimar Republic have historically chosen the latter. Inflation is an insidious, often invisible tax. And […]

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King Dollar Standing Tall Amidst U.S. Treasuries Liquidation

U.S. dollar remains strong

The U.S. Dollar Index is back above 100 despite gold continuing to trade firmly above $1,700 per ounce. Despite all the calls for the dollar to collapse amidst trillions in monetary stimulus it is standing tall. A more ominous sign for the dollar can be found in the declining number of official foreign holdings of […]

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Ray Dalio: A New Type of Money, New Type of Credit May be Emerging

why the long term debt cycle may be ending

In this latest Cooper Academy video, why Ray Dalio thinks the 2020 crisis will be worse than the 2008 recession comes under review. What’s more, he evaluates why the current environment of debt, low interest rates and record monetary stimulus looks similar to the 1930s great depression era. At the heart of today’s crisis is […]

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Has the Fed Gone Too Far?

In today’s world of record monetary stimulus and inconceivable deficits, investors are rushing to the safety of gold. Gold producers, including Barrick Gold and Kinross Gold hit 52-week highs this past week. The extreme monetary and fiscal measures recently enacted by the Federal Reserve and U.S. government are fuelling demand for an alternative to the […]

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Bailout Nation – Six Trillion Lies – Markets Soar on QE Infinity

here comes the largest bailout in history

In what is becoming the largest bailout in US history, some investors are not rejoicing. While the markets soar and money rushes in, is anyone asking about the cost and the ability to repay the trillions upon trillions that the Fed and US taxpayers are now comitting to? Furthermore, what damage to the US dollar […]

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