DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- As if trips to the grocery store weren't nerve-wracking enough, U.S. shoppers lately have seen the costs of meat, eggs and even potatoes soar as the coronavirus has disrupted processing plants and distribution networks.
In this interview, Amir Adnani explains what's going on in the gold market and how it relates to debt, money printing and inflation.
Get ready to pay much more for groceries. I have been warning that the flood of new money that the Federal Reserve and Congress have been pumping into the system would have very serious consequences, and I have also been warning that food prices wou
The everything bubble
At some point, the economy is no longer controlled by individual citizens in the marketplace but by government "planners," who find they have only one of two alternatives: stop "stimulating" and permit a full-scale credit collapse, or continu
Long-held investment equations are all changing. The laws of financial physics are not as unchanging as we think.
Economic and Market Conditions - Cryptocurrencies
In my days before I worked for the Mises Institute, I had a colleague who knew I associated with Austrian-School economists. In the wake of the bailouts and quantitative easing that followed the 2008 financial crisis, he'd sometimes crack "where's al
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan warned Tuesday that inflation is going to pose a larger threat to the U.S. economy as budget deficits continue to rise.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott of The Liberty Advisor about the Federal Reserve's intention to let "inflation run hot" ahead of the next recession as it becomes increasingly more and more obvious that the Federal Reserve has lost all control