Doug Casey, chairman of Casey Research and expert on crisis investing, is on the search for real wealth – not investments in companies that push around paper.
It is a deal with the devil: governments churn out more and more cash for the promise of continued prosperity.
If you own any, it might seem that gold stocks have been underwater for a long time, and that the bull market is over.
Learn the differences between saving money, investing, and speculating in this video featuring investing legend Doug Casey.
Maybe Iran wants a bomb. Maybe not.
Why the right mental perspective is absolutely essential to successful investing.
Making money is first and foremost about backing the right people.
Forget all the bad news. Ross Beaty, chairman of Pan American Silver, explains how he continues to make fortunes regardless of the world economy.
Will the new Basel Accord – slated to go into effect in early 2013 – pump up institutional investment interest in gold?
How far is the Fed from reaching the bottom of its ammunition box?
For some time now – years actually – I have pondered the nature of liberty.
In an interview with Casey Research's Jeff Clark, Jim Puplava relies on US historical and recent Japanese economic data to make a strong case against deflation happening in the US in the near term.
High-frequency traders (HFT) have no interest in any company whose stock they're trading.
In some ways, gaining an understanding of the US economy – and its current trajectory – is as simple as recognizing a few fundamental facts.
In a world where roadblocks are set up all over the place and without any real thought to the consequences, imagine how difficult it could be to get from Point A to Point B. Doesn't that feel like the reality of regulations in the US now?
Former OMB director David Stockman reveals how the Federal Reserve has created a "doomsday machine" and why its inevitable demise is vitally important to the global economy.
Europe owns a sizable chunk of the world's natural resources. Over the past few decades, however, EU countries have mostly imported their resources.
The cellphone in your pocket is NASA-smart. Yet it costs just a couple hundred dollars. So why is it that rising technical capabilities are leading to drastically falling prices happening everywhere, except in your medical bill?
Worldwide, central banks are snapping up gold again. Does this mean a bubble is forming?
Malaysia's state-owned oil and gas company just made a multibillion-dollar bet that Canada will choose to export its shale gas riches.
Copper is sometimes referred to as "Dr. Copper," because the metal is used in so many industrial applications and is essential for many different sectors of the economy, from infrastructure to housing to consumer electronics.
News of a "monster" natural gas find in British Columbia has one again highlighted that North Americans need to make a choice.
For the past eighteen months, gold stocks have been pummeled.
In an interview with Louis James, world traveler and legendary speculator Doug Casey makes a compelling case for becoming a "permanent tourist" to be best able to survive the coming economic crash.
Much is made of what can happen to a fiat currency during hyperinflation, but the real question to ponder is how do the precious metals handle such conditions.
Revealed – what recent shifts in oil prices mean for this energy subsector, and how long they'll likely last.
I think there are really only two good reasons for having a significant amount of money: To maintain a high standard of living and to ensure your personal freedom.
We have been accused at times - rightfully so - of being largely focused on the trials and tribulations of the newfound political economy.
Now is the time to capitalize on the "buy low" part of the successful contrarian play, "buy low and sell high."
I manage one of my mother's IRA accounts, and when it comes to investing, she doesn't like to take a lot of risks. I guess the same would be true for most of our mothers – and maybe for many of us as well.