Several months ago, we reported about a troubling development in Vietnam, happy inflationary host of one of the world's most rapidly devaluing and best named currencies, that in direct refutation of Ben "Gold is not money, it is tradition"
This isn't as random as it seems; more than half of Germany's gold reserves are held at the New York Fed, and hasn't been inspected by the Germans for decades. This dates back to the '50s and '60s, when foreign governments could still exchange dollar
The issue of lawful money is baffling to the many and over-stood by the few largely because of poor teaching methods. Mr. Merrill's approach was clear and enlightening, to-the-point and deserving of immediate transcription.
In recent months there has been a lot of incorrect speculation that because Iran has been shut off from the petrodollar, SWIFT-mediated regime, its economy will implode as the country has no access to the all important greenback and can thus not cond
Gabriel Mueller (Liberty Coin & Precious Metals) in studio - Richard Grove (Tragedy and Hope) update on John Taylor Gatto his Peace Revolution podcast - Powell Gammill, (L) Dist#9 Debate - Ed Foster on Quartzsite court ordered to seat him as Mayor
As QE3 and other measures continually devalue the dollar, many are concerned about what it will do to their wealth. Another perhaps greater concern is the widespread societal distrust that occurs when currency debasement sets in.
Freedom Phoenix, I'm a big fan of you guys and I really appreciate the work that you are doing for the Gold & Silver movement. Your writings inspired me to develop an app for android phones that calculates bullion coin value for transactions. Demo:
Gabriel Mueller (economic commentator/writer for both Liberty Coin & Precious Metals and GoldMoney.com) on precious metals - Edward 'NJWeedman' Forchion (medical marijuana patient and advocate) on his upcoming re-trial, drug legalization, and the jus
It has been a volatile week but equities have drifted lower overall with today's early going retracing all of yesterday's gains only to bounce post Europe's close (once again) on the farce of the Spanish bank audit.
A few days ago, our report on the discovery of a single 10 oz Tungsten-filled gold bar in Manhattan’s jewelry district promptly went viral, as it meant that a tungsten-based, gold-counterfeiting operation, previously isolated solely to the UK and Eur
Citi analyst Tom Fitzpatrick has made a few bullish calls on gold lately. He wrote in a recent note to clients that gold could hit $2500/oz within six months. He also recently said that a $6300/oz gold price doesn't seem unreasonable either.