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The big players buy silver, not gold

The big players buy silver, not gold

by GS Early What do Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and George Soros have in common? Big bets in silver, not gold. It may be surprising, especially with the recent moves in the Midas metal; but silver is where the billionaires are putting their money. On the face of it, it may seem a bit odd. […]

August 22nd, 2016 | Posted in Money | Read More »

Where the devil lives

Where the devil lives

by GS Early I have a friend who has a boutique money-management firm and he writes a service that I read regularly. He is about as skeptical about the markets as I am and, given the fact he’s making his living buying and selling in these markets, I find it helpful when he confirms my […]

July 25th, 2016 | Posted in Money | Read More »

You won’t see the bank panic on the front page

You won’t see the bank panic on the front page

by GS Early There’s one thing about the markets that never changes. They hate uncertainty. And Brexit was the cherry on top when it comes to uncertainty with the European banking sector. It may be easy to dismiss the tailspin the major European banks are in… except that these institutions are significantly linked to U.S. […]

July 18th, 2016 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »

Looking for gains in oil? Take your time

Looking for gains in oil? Take your time

by GS Early I’ve been watching the news from the energy patch for quite a while, but never more intently than I have in the past couple of years. There are reputable bears that predict $13 barrels of oil and rosy optimists that swear oil will be $100 a barrel by Christmas. I’m not interested […]

July 11th, 2016 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »

Unstable Fed killing chance for recovery

Unstable Fed killing chance for recovery

by GS Early We, as a nation, are stuck in a low-interest-rate environment. And the surprising vote that has sent Britain out of the European Union has plunged markets into chaos. But here’s what it’ll mean for Americans once the dust settles… We will be the nation of safety in the turmoil. That means more […]

July 11th, 2016 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »

Central banks and your retirement finances

Central banks and your retirement finances

by Bob Carlson With the first third of the year behind us, let’s take a look at how different assets have performed so far in 2016. It has been a wild ride, but some trends are becoming apparent. The dominant theme, as has been the case for several years, is that central banks rule and […]

June 27th, 2016 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »

4 banker truths you must know

4 banker truths you must know

by GS Early This weekend I finally got the chance to watch the four-time Academy Award-winning (along with two Golden Globes and three BAFTAs – the British Academy Awards) movie “The Big Short.” Michael Lewis used to be a bond trader at Salomon Brothers back in the heyday of bond trading in the 1980s and […]

March 28th, 2016 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »

Gold rally a sign of things to come

Gold rally a sign of things to come

by Sam Rolley The results of reckless central banking policies throughout the world have caused equity markets in Asia and Europe to tank and forced U.S. stocks into a nosedive. As it becomes evident that the financial turmoil is the new norm, investors bracing for long-term uncertainty are grabbing up as much gold as they […]

February 15th, 2016 | Posted in Money | Read More »

Why there’s a war on cash; it’s about central banks consolidating power

Why there’s a war on cash; it’s about central banks consolidating power

by Bob Livingston The war on cash has gone from overt to covert. Having expended all their ammo with Quantitative Easing to infinity and zero interest rate policy (ZIRP), central banks are now looking toward negative interest rates. What are negative interest rates? Right now, banks pay only slightly above 0 percent interest on savings. […]

February 15th, 2016 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »

The fix is in and the banksters win again

The fix is in and the banksters win again

by Bob Livingston The Fed has flooded the world with credit; and we must be fully aware that there has never been a single credit-driven asset inflation that has not been followed by market collapse, followed by a financial crisis, which always erases most of the previous gains. The public is smothered in propaganda-induced euphoria […]

December 26th, 2015 | Posted in Featured, Money | Read More »