China’s Credit Impulse Could Send Shockwaves Through The Stock Market & Gold, Real Yields To Soar Video by Silver Report Trouble is approaching and stocks have NEVER been more expensive compared to earnings. One of the main drivers of the…(Video)
Jim Grant has long been skeptical of the mechanization of the Federal Reserve. He was warning about the distortions created in the markets and broader economy caused by the central bank’s monetary policy long before the monetary Hail Mary it threw up in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, Grant wrote an op-ed for […]
Economists are intensely discussing the consequences on the economy of the coronavirus pandemic Thanks to the policy of buying gold in recent years, our country…
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 a better
After the worst week since 2008, the stock market rallied on Monday on the hope of central bank stimulus. In his March 2 podcast, Peter Schiff said he doesn’t think the Fed’s easy money can keep the air in the stock market bubble. But the stimulus overdose will likely propel gold to new highs.
Even before the coronavirus sprang upon an unprepared China the credit cycle was tipping the world into recession. The coronavirus makes an existing situation immeasurably worse, shutting…
Peter Schiff recently recent sat down and talked to Daniela Cambone at Kitco News about the economy, politics, and gold. In part 1 of the interview, Peter said the Fed was not going to be finished cutting interest rates until it gets to zero. That will have serious ramifications for the US economy.
We have a trade deal! Maybe. Meanwhile, the Fed wrapped up its last FOMC meeting of the year this week and did nothing. But Powell and Company did give us some indication about what we should expect next year. The week’s news played tug-o-war with gold.
The world’s rich are hoarding gold – this according to data buried in a recent Goldman Sachs note to clients. In the note published over the weekend, Goldman recommended diversifying long-term bond holdings with gold, citing “fear-driven demand” for the yellow metal. Hedge funds and other large speculators boosted their bullish bets on gold