This video has been viewed more than 47,000 times. In short, it says that economic collapse never comes because of the Establishment’s ability to create money out of thin air. True, the Fed’s ability to create money can forestall economic declines, but the fact is that the Fed’s interventions in the market have caused many
A reward of €200,000 is being offered for evidence that leads to winning a lawsuit against Deutsche Bank, which allegedly colluded with two other banks in the manipulation of the futures market price of silver in 2012 and 2013. The bank has its headquarters in Frankfort, Germany, is the 17th largest bank in the world
Excesses are signs of economic tops. They readily appear in stocks, real estate, and art. If inflation is running amuck, gold and silver can see excesses. Right now, though, we can be certain that there are no excesses in the metals.
Listening to analysts and economists who are frequent guests on financial programs, you might conclude that higher interest rates — which the Fed is imposing — will be good for the economy. No, they won’t.
Last week Germany’s central bank pompously announced that it had completed its repatriation of $31 billion in gold from Paris and New York, ridiculing earlier speculation that the gold had somehow been compromised. A widely circulated theory was that Germany’s gold had been borrowed by bullion houses and delivered against futures contracts that were sold
At CMI Gold & Silver Inc. we believe that central bank activity is driving the markets — the metals and the stocks. Expectations of loose money mean higher metals prices (in anticipation of increased rates of inflation) and higher stock prices (in hopes that the stimulus will fillip the economy). As for the latter, there