Category Archives: market fundamentals
Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Repledged, Reused and Rehypothecated is a subject ZeroHedge first put in the media back in May of 2009. At the time deflation and breaches of trust chopped $6 trillion, or almost one-fifth, off of the money supply. This prompted the […]
Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Long before the Federal Reserve had seen the light of day, way before the terms “quantitative easing,” “subprime mortgages” and “credit default swaps” dominated the headlines, far predating the concepts of too-big-to-fail and managed inflation, a frail, French gentleman farmer, […]
Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. U.S. drivers faced the highest Labor Day holiday gas prices in history, according to AAA, with the U.S. average for a gallon of gas at $3.80 on Monday. While not everyone is aware when the price of a barrel of […]
Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. How did a man who came to the colonies on letters of recommendation from Benjamin Franklin, of all people, get treated to the following poem upon his death in 1809? Poor Tom Paine! There he lies: Nobody laughs and nobody cries […]
The world is running out of silver.
According to the USGS, 17 billion ounces of known silver supply remain in the ground globally–the troy ounces of silver equivalent of the 530,000 metric tons reported in the table below.
If all of the ore ne…
Today we look at an issue that is, in many ways, a follow up to what we wrote on Friday in Are the Machines in Charge? We were only half-joking in writing, “Shh, they might hear you….” But in reality the robots do trade based on cues found i…
In our premium articles, we have written extensively on the topic of market manipulation (see The Strange Manifestations of Free Market Manipulation)…. While it is always tempting to “correct” the naturally efficient free market, the effort alway…