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How Will Gold Prices Behave During The Next Economic Crisis?

This report was originally published by Brandon Smith at It is generally well known in economic circles and in the general public that precious metals, including gold, tend to be the go-to investment during times of fiscal uncertainty. There is a good reason for this. Precious metals have foundation qualities that provide trade stability; […]

Make Your Choice: Change By Pain Or Insight

This report was originally published by Chris Martenson at Most experienced investors know the four most dangerous words are: This time is different. It never is. And yet one of my key predictions here at Peak Prosperity is that The next twenty years will be completely unlike the last twenty years. So am I saying that […]

Trump Trade Wars A Perfect Smokescreen For A Market Crash

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at First, I would like to say that the timing of Donald Trump’s announcement on expansive trade tariffs is unusual if not impeccable. I say this only IF Trump’s plan was to benefit establishment globalists by giving them perfect cover for their continued demolition of the market […]

Ron Paul: ‘The Fed Is At A Crossroads…Crisis Is Coming’

The Fed has created a mountain of problems for everyone in the United States and every single solution that they come up with leads to even more problems. Ron Paul recently discussed what the Fed has done, how it tries to keep things going, and the inevitable economic crisis that is coming. Ron Paul has […]

$1.2 Trillion Asset Manager: Forget Volatility, The Real Financial Timebomb Is Public Pensions

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge As we have reported over and over and over (and over, and over), public pensions are in deep, deep trouble. In addition critical funding shortfalls (U.S. public pensions had just 71.8% of assets required to meet obligations as of June 2016), many of the country’s largest pensions have completely unrealistic target rates-of-return of 7% on average. […]

The Yield Curve Has Not Been This Flat In 10 Years, And Many Believe This Is A Sign That A Recession Is Imminent

This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse Whenever we see an inverted yield curve, a recession almost always follows, and that is why many analysts are deeply concerned that the yield curve is currently the flattest that it has been in about a decade. In other words, according to one […]

The Last Time These 3 Ominous Signals Appeared Simultaneously Was Just Before The Last Financial Crisis

This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse We have not seen a “leadership reversal”, a “Hindenburg Omen” and a “Titanic Syndrome signal” all appear simultaneously since just before the last financial crisis. Does this mean that a stock market crash is imminent? Not necessarily, but as I have been writing […]

They Are Killing Small Business: The Number Of Self-Employed Americans Is Lower Than It Was In 1990

After eight long, bitter years under Obama, will things go better for entrepreneurs and small businesses now that Donald Trump is in the White House?  Once upon a time, America was the best place in the world for those that wanted to work for themselves.  Our free market capitalist system created an environment in which […]

The Total Amount Of Debt In The World Just Hit A Record $152,000,000,000,000 (152 Trillion)

If anyone ever asks you how much debt there is in the world, now you will know the answer.  According to the IMF, the total amount of debt around the globe has now hit a staggering 152 trillion dollars.  That is an amount of money that is almost unimaginable, and the IMF says that it […]

During The Coming Economic Crisis Two-Thirds Of The Country Will Be Out Of Cash Almost Immediately

Did you know that almost 70 percent of the U.S. population is essentially living paycheck to paycheck?  As you will see below, a brand new survey has found that 69 percent of all Americans have less than $1,000 in savings.  Of course one of the primary reasons for this is that most of us are […]