Silver as an investment

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A Lambo For Under 10 Bitcoin: You Can Now Buy Supercars For Cryptos

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 26, 2017  Listening to the CNBC today one would be left with the impression that once having purchased bitcoin, there is nothing one can do with it (except check its price 30 times per minute of course). Which, of course, is dead wrong: one can buy pretty much anything that Overstock […]

The Morgan Report’s Weekly Perspective

silverseek.com / David Morgan / December 24, 2017 I’ve Been Helping My Subscribers Weather the Current Economic Mess. Now I Invite You to Join My Growing Circle of Successful Investors. The Morgan Report is all about YOU and how you can build and preserve Wealth for generations to come. We know it can sometimes seem a […]

Earnings Don’t Matter After All!

Via The Knowledge Leaders Capital blog, Our long-time readers are familiar with the work of Professor Baruch Lev of the NYU Stern School of Business, whose research forms the basis for the Knowledge Leaders investment strategy. In his decades-long study of financial records, Lev first discovered a link between a firm’s knowledge capital and its […]

Jim Grant Interviews Alan Fournier: “Pension Funds Are So Desperate For Yield, They’re Systemically Selling Vol…”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 3, 2017 In the latest installment of RealVision’s interview series featuring Jim Grant, longtime publisher of Grant’s Interest-Rate Observer, the newsletter publisher sits down with Alan Fournier, the billionaire founder of Pennant Capital, to discuss one of the most widely discussed topics across modern asset markets: Volatility – or rather, the systemic […]

Brandon White: Where does the Bank of Canada stand on gold as an asset?

gata.org / CHRIS POWELL / December 2, 2017 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: The investment world has gone mad, Brandon White of Bullion Management Group in Markham, Ontario, says in his weekly video, “This Week in Three Minutes,” noting extreme valuations in equity markets and bitcoin and the strange disappearance of market corrections. White says he […]

We’ll Look Back At This And Cringe, Part 1: European Junk Bonds Yield Less Than US Treasuries

dollarcollapse.com / by John Rubino / NOVEMBER 5, 2017 Financial bubbles are the office Christmas parties of the investment world. They start slowly, with a certain amount of anxiety. But they end wildly, with acts and decisions that in retrospect seem really, really stupid. Millions of people out there still bear the psychic scars of buying gold […]

Tax Reform: Implications for Gold

merkinvestments.com / Axel Merk, Merk Investments / October 4, 2017 Last week, I got several calls asking me how U.S. tax reform will impact the price of gold. If you can answer this question, you might be able to answer how tax reform will impact other assets. Let me explain. If you were to analyze the impact […]

Anti-Populist Coward Jeff Sessions Threatens the First Amendment

libertyblitzkrieg.com / Michael Krieger / Friday Aug 4, 2017 When you take a look at which issues Jeff Sessions gets most passionate about (asset forfeiture, drug war foolishness, cracking down on media), there’s one thing that ties it all together. He has a very deep-seated and visceral disdain for the American public. He’s your typical cowardly […]

Perpetual Debt Slavery

deviantinvestor.com / by Gary Christenson / July 21, 2017 Reprinted with permission from Daniel Ameduri *********** “We love real estate. I’ve been buying rental property since I was 18 years old! From flips to cash flow, the reason I’ve always personally been attracted to this asset class is the size of the numbers you are dealing with. One […]

Goldman Is Troubled By The Fed’s Growing Warnings About High Asset Prices

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 16, 2017  With both the S&P, and global stock markets, closing last week at new all time highs, it is safe to say that any and all warnings about “froth“, and perhaps a bubble in the market, as Deutsche Bank characterized it last week have been ignored. And yet, as Goldman’s economist team […]