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BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: US Mint: First-Day Sales of 2015-dated Silver...

Stock futures are up, the National Association of Home Builders is confident, the National Federation of Independent Business just posted its highest Confidence Index reading in 9 years....

China Export Machine Delivers Again in Prop for Growth: Economy

China’s export machine remained a prop for the world’s second-biggest economy as overseas shipments climbed more than economists estimated last month.

Towards a Green Economy: Private or Public?

if we allow the free market to operate it will gravitate towards the thing that is cheapest. And right now the price of oil is going down to just let the market operate on its own without some form of major public sector intervention, there's no chance whatsoever that we're going to achieve climate stabilization.

Oil Prices: What Is Behind the Drop? Simple Economics

The oil industry, with its history of booms and busts, appears to be in the early stages of its latest downturn.

Challenging the Mainstream Propaganda

Today’s governments together with the mainstream media seems to have taken Goebbels’ comment to heart.

Fed's Rosengren, Harvard's Summers offer cautious view of US economy

As the Fed winds down its economic stimulus, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers says the country’s next economic booster could be exporting its fossil fuels around the globe, a move that could make America the next Saudi Arabia.

The Relation between Economy and Inflation in Eurozone

World countries are performing well in managing inflation but it is dispersed in a dozen of countries across the world and countries among Eurozone is hotspot

China’s Slowdown Deepens as Factory Output Growth Wanes: Economy

China’s economy slowed in November as factory shutdowns exacerbated weaker demand, raising pressure on the central bank to add further stimulus.

Australia Adds Most Jobs in 2 Years as More Seek Work:...

Australian employers added the most jobs in more than two years last month as the central bank’s plan to spur growth with record-low interest rates bears fruit.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Epic Gold Shorting Exhausted: An Upleg Is...

Gold is re-emerging as the centerpiece of some initiatives in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Switzerland considered forcing its central bank to buy gold in a bid to stabilize its currency.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Gold Shortage Ahead as ‘Shadow’ Gold Exits...

Gold Forward Offered (GOFO) rates have turned negative. This means that investors are paying to borrow gold, an unusual circumstance because, according to Deutsche Bank, gold is traditionally used as a source of collateral for cash financing.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Like the Days Leading up to the...

Why Germany Halted Gold Repatriation from US Central Banks, Gold, and the Death of the Dollar Gold vs. Federal Reserve Balance Sheet Silver: A Medical Revolution? Real Assets at Record Highs The Instability Express

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: G-20: US and the Dollar to Be...

The world’s central banks and derivatives traders have been having fun with gold and silver lately, dumping huge volumes of futures contracts into thin markets to produce massive declines.....

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: The Eurozone Experiment Failed; Best Option Now...

In India people are discouraged, through government imposed tariffs and restrictions, from buying gold.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: There’s Nowhere the Tremors Won't Be Felt

On November 30, a federal referendum is being put to the Swiss electorate that could have significant ramifications for the Swiss currency and the global gold market.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Swiss Gold Referendum Could Send Prices Soaring

On November 30, Switzerland is holding a referendum on gold that could transform the outlook for gold prices.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: The Era of Keynesian Money Printing is...

While the mainstream media touts that equities are fairly priced and that the bull market has much further to go, Gordon T. Long shows that the markets are at extremes and close to a tipping point.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Distortion so Advanced that Market Signaling is...

This week's BullionBuzz includes: China's Long-Term Gold Plans Rigged Gold Price Divergence Between Debt and Gold US Dollar: The Last Hurrah A State of Keynesian Bliss Ponzi Economy Read Now

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Russia, China Develop Alternative to International Banking...

US mortgage applications are at a 14-year low because home prices are still so unaffordable that the merest uptick in interest rates is enough to stall both purchasers and those looking to refinance.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Russia Has all the Trump Cards

A powerful upward force is preventing gold from making a low below $1,181.40, where charts show that the momentum indicator crossed and turned bullish.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Gazprom Begins Accepting Payment for Oil in...

While gold and silver may correct a little more, the broader picture of a precious metals sector quietly bottoming is compelling.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Froth and Foam on Markets All over...

In this week's buzz: Russia Prefers Gold, Shuns Dollar & Euro Black Swans on Final Approach Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere Fighting the Fed = Great for Your Wealth Japan’s Home...

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Fundamentals No Longer Drive the Market, Fed’s...

Gold and silver have outperformed stocks so far this year, and have a lot further to go as equities go up against deteriorating geopolitics and weakening economies this autumn.

BUllionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Buckle up as Gold Comes out of...

Predicting short-term price movements in the precious metals sector is difficult; forecasting medium- and long-term price movements is quite a bit easier.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: The Gates Are Closing: SEC Votes through...

The Epic List of Fed Interventions… And What They Mean for Gold Graham Summers Since the financial crisis of 2007, the Fed has engaged in dozens of interventions/ bailouts to try and prop up the financial system.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: BRICS’ New Development Bank Isn’t a Bold...

Meltdown is a four-part investigation into a world of greed and recklessness that brought down the financial world.

Bullion Buzz eNewsletter | Feature: US Is Deep into the Financial...

Increasingly, the wealth of the modern world has come to be represented by financial assets rather than real assets, and this to me is a very unhealthy situation, because financial assets are inherently unstable.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Tsunami of Money Creation Will Sweep Global...

The financial stress index has now been below zero for 130 consecutive weeks, the longest period since 2008.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Classic Gold Run Could Begin with Summer...

In this week's Bullionbuzz: Three Gold Market Situations to Monitor Gold and the Fed’s Balance Sheet Paper Silver Market 250x the Physical Silver Market How the Fed Ignores...

10 Time-Tested Ways to Wealth from past generations

Sometimes the best advice is from those that have already gone down the road we plan to travel on.  When it comes to our...

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Gold’s the Antidote for Creeping Inflation

Sell economic ignorance; buy gold," as Tim Price once said, is the premise behind Incrementum's 94-page extravaganza as they explain how we are on a journey to the outer reaches of the monetary universe.

US Debt Exceeds the Worlds Wealth

James Turk and John Rubino are well known in the gold industry, and they’ve just published a book, The Money Bubble, in which they argue that the price of gold is going to soar to $10-12,000 an ounce.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Investors Out on a Limb – That’s...

The Gold Forward Offered Rate (GOFO) is the rate that is used for gold/U.S. dollar swap transactions.

BullionBuzz eNewsletter | Feature: Speaking Truth to Monetary Power

There’s a nice correlation between (TCMDO) total credit market debt and the S&P in this next graph, a pretty eerie way of showing how we keep our economies looking good: by throwing more debt after what we already owe.

The Economics of an Online Casino

An online casino is just like any other business that requires a well laid out investment and management plan in order to succeed. In establishing one, the proprietor must consider all the aspects they would have considered while starting an offline or a land casino.

Safeguard Your Business Against Bankruptcy

Before your small concern starts growing in all directions, consult with a small business attorney.

The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap

In The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap, Matt Taibbi takes readers on a galvanizing journey through both sides of our new system of justice—the fun-house-mirror worlds of the untouchably wealthy and the criminalized poor. He uncovers the startling looting that preceded the financial collapse; a wild conspiracy of billionaire hedge fund managers to destroy a company through dirty tricks; and the story of a whistleblower who gets in the way of the largest banks in America, only to find herself in the crosshairs.

Malcolm Gladwell Reviews Think Like a Freak

Join famous thinker and author Gladwell as he reviews the the new book FREAKONOMICS: THINK LIKE A FREAK written by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner.

Capital in the Twenty-First Century

What are the grand dynamics that drive the accumulation and distribution of capital? Questions about the long-term evolution of inequality, the concentration of wealth, and the prospects for economic growth lie at the heart of political economy. But satisfactory answers have been hard to find for lack of adequate data and clear guiding theories.

Truth: The First Casualty of Economics, Banking and the Ukraine

Dear Reader, all is not what it seems. A most interesting and shocking reality was made apparent to me while I was attending an Economic Symposium in Paris