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Category Archives: Stagflation

Gold, Bitcoin and the Blockchain Replaces the Banks – Realists Guide To The Future

Gold, Bitcoin and the Blockchain Replaces the Banks – Realists Guide To The Future – Futurist guide to 2028 shows a world of uncertainty and disruption– One scenario suggests cybersecurity attacks will result in bitcoin and blockchain’s dominance of financial systems– Cybersecurity threat will still loom large and wreak havoc. Gold, silver and other real […]

It’s A Wonderful Life Is A Wonderful Lesson To Hold Gold Outside of The Banking System

It’s A Wonderful Life Is A Wonderful Lesson To Hold Gold Outside of The Banking System – Christmas film serves as reminder that savings are not guaranteed protection by banks– Savers are today more exposed to banking risks than ever before– Gold and silver investment reduce exposure to counterparty risks seen in financial system– Basket […]

Stagflation Signals Loom As Empire Fed Slides To 5 Month Lows

For the second straight month, Empire Fed Manufacturing survey disappointed expectations in December, tumbling to its lowest since July.   Under the hood are glimpses of stagflation as new orders slide but prices paid rise… and employment and workweek number stagnate (if not contract)…

Stagflation Looms As PMI Shows Surging Costs And Sinking Growth

Following Manufacturing's drop, the US Services sector PMI disappointed in November, falling to its lowest since June (as business confidence tumbled to its weakest since February). Average selling prices soared as growth slumped setting the scene for a stagflationary future. ISM Services confirmed this weakness, tumbling to 3-month lows. Of course, between Markit and ISM, […]

Keep Calm & Carry On

Authored by 720Global's Michael Liebowitz via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, “Before long, we will all begin to find out the extent to which Brexit is a gentle stroll along a smooth path to a land of cake and consumption.” – Mark Carney, Bank of England Governor In 1939, the British Government, through the Ministry of Information, produced a […]

U.S. Treasury Secretary: I Assume Fort Knox Gold Is Still There

U.S. Treasury Secretary: I Assume Fort Knox Gold Is Still There US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin visits Fort Knox Gold Later tweeted ‘Glad gold is safe!’ Only the third Treasury Secretary to visit the fortified vault, last visit was 1948 Last Congressional visit was 1974 Speculation over existence of gold in Fort Knox is rife […]

Buffett Sees Market Crash Coming: His Cash Speaks Louder Than Words

Buffett Sees Market Crash Coming: His Cash Speaks Louder Than Words The Sage of Omaha’s adage is “it’s far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.” Editor: Mark O’Byrne But for Warren Buffett the current environment doesn’t appear to be offering up any wonderful companies […]

UK Opposition Leader Calls For “People’s QE” – It’s Venezuela With Tea & Cakes

Authored by Daniel Lacalle via The Mises Institute, It is sad to see that, facing the evidence of the failure of demand-side policies and money printing, many commentators propose some of the most outdated and failed policies in modern economic history. In the UK, Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the Labour Party, believes […]

Gold, Silver Consolidate On Last Weeks Gains, Palladium Surges 36% YTD To 16 Year High

Gold, Silver Consolidate On Last Weeks Gains, Palladium Surges 36% YTD To 16 Year High – Gold and silver rise as stocks fall sharply after Barcelona attack– Gold, silver 0.6% higher in week after last weeks 2%, 5% rise– Palladium +36% ytd, breaks out & reaches 16 year high (chart)– Gold to silver ratio falls […]

Greenspan Fears Imminent Stagflationary Slump, Warns The Bubble Is In Bonds Not Stocks

Former Fed chair Alan Greenspan blasphemously warned a year ago of an "imminent crisis": "This is the worst period, I recall since I've been in public service. There's nothing like it, including the crisis – remember October 19th, 1987, when the Dow went down by a record amount 23 percent? That I thought was the […]