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SHTFplan: Debt Rises: The Government Will Soon Spend More On Interest Than on The Military

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. As debt and interest rates rise, the government is about to be in a disastrous situation. Very soon, they will spend more money paying interest on the national debt than they will on the bloated military budget. By the year 2023, interest payments on the national debt could […]

Is A Massive Stock Market Reversal Upon Us?

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at I have been saying it for years and I will say it again here — stocks are the worst possible “predictive” signal for the health of the general economy because they are an extreme trailing indicator. That is to say, when stock markets do finally […]

How The Investor Fundamentally Changed The Silver Market / Steve St. Angelo / DECEMBER 29, 2017 While silver investors continue to be discouraged about the low price, the market has experienced a fundamental change that needs to be understood.  Ever since governments removed silver from official coinage, over 50 years ago, the market has been supplemented by several billion ounces of silver.  The majority […]

The Most Important Rate in the World Just Broke a 20-Year Trendline / Graham Summers / December 20, 2017 The bond market is talking, but no one is listening. As I explain in my bestselling book The Everything Bubble: the Endgame For Central Bank Policy, the yield on the 10-Year US Treasury bond is the single most important interest rate in the financial system. This is the “risk free” rate […]

The Boom Continues / By Steve Saville, The Speculative Investor / Sunday, 3 December 2017 The US economic boom is still in progress, where a boom is defined as a period during which monetary inflation and the suppression of interest rates create the false impression of a growing/healthy economy*. We know that it is still in progress because the […]

Mnuchin On Bond-Villain Comparison: “I Guess I Should Take That As A Compliment” / by Tyler Durden / Nov 19, 2017  Treasury Secretary and noted Hollywood producer Steven Mnuchin provoked criticisms from his political opponents after photos surfaced last week of Mnuchin and his wife Louise Linton posing with a sheet of newly printed dollar bills bearing Mnuchin’s signature. *** Asked by Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace what […]

Yield Curve to Completely Flatten in 2018: But How? / by Mike Mish Shedlock / November 17, 2017 The T. Rowe Price Group expects the yield curve to completely flatten in 2018. This is not a surprise as I have been commenting the same way for quite some time. The more important question is how? By yields converging up, down, or a mix? *** […]

Robert Rubin’s Selective Memory and the Collapse of Citigroup

Robert Rubin, Former Treasury Secretary and Citigroup Executive Committee Chair / By Pam Martens and Russ Martens / November 8, 2017 According to the now publicly available transcript of the testimony that former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin gave before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) on March 11, 2010, he was not put under oath, despite […]

The US government quietly added $200+ billion to the debt this month alone. / Simon Black / October 30, 2017 There’s been something happening this month that very few people have noticed. It’s been lost beneath all the other headline-dominating news, from the Las Vegas shooting to Harvey Weinstein to the Mueller investigation. But very quietly behind the scenes there’s been an extremely rapid uptick in the US national […]

The Big Macro Play Ahead / By Gary Tanashian / 27 October 2017 At NFTRH, we are about major macro turning points above all else. Of course, it is often years between these turning points or points of significant change so we are also about the here and now, and managing the trends, Old Turkey style.* Since we are all […]