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European Elections and Gold / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / MARCH 17, 2017, The most commonly cited bullish arguments in favor of gold right now are the problems faced by the Old Continent, mainly the elections in certain countries. So let’s analyze them individually to consider their potential impact on the gold market. On March 15, the general election in Netherlands will be […]

Farage Interviews Le Pen: “Prison of the EU” / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / March 16, 2017 Nigel Farage interviewed French presidential candidate Marie le Pen this week. It’s a 40-minute interview covering many topics. One key idea stood out: Le Pen discussed the “Prison of the EU”. Le Pen is correct, the EU is not a free trade union, it is a customs union as well […]

Gold Up 1.8%, Silver Up 2.6% After Dovish Fed Signals Slow Rate Rises / By Mark O’Byrne / March 16, 2017 – Gold up 1.8%, silver up 2.6% – Fed signals slow rate rises – Dollar sells off as Fed raises 0.25% to target range of 0.75 percent to 1 percent on inflation outlook and “ebullient” stocks – Gold’s biggest 1 day percentage gain since September 2016 – Fed raises rates […]

Goodbye Old EU, Hello New Multi-Speed Europe / by Peter Korzun via The Strategic Culture Foundation / Mar 15, 2017 Hit by a wave of crises, the European Union is urgently searching a new model of functioning in order to survive in one form or another. The need to balance between unity and diversity is a dilemma faced currently by the bloc. Currencies, […]

Will Voters Elect the “Dutch Trump” Tomorrow? / By Nick Giambruno / March 14, 2017 Editor’s note: Today we have an urgent essay to share with you from Crisis Investing editor Nick Giambruno. You see, right now, a dangerous shift is playing out in Europe… one that could change the continent’s political landscape in a way not seen since before World War II. […]

EU Court: Hungary Guilty of Human Rights Violations, Court Orders Sovereign Nation to Pay Refugees Fines for Unlawful Detainment / Dr. Fly / Mar 14, 2017 Back in the 13th century, Hungary was at the front lines of the Golden Horde’s invasion into Europe. It is widely believed that their transformative defensive tactics of building walled cities helped fend off the Mongolians — saving the rest of Europe from an eventual Mongolian occupation. Fast forward […]

Another Scotland Independence Referendum Coming Up: Project Fear Scottish Style Once Again? / Mike “Mish” Shedlock  / March 13, 2017 In the midst of various Frexit, Italexit, and Grexit battles, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced she will seek a Second Scottish Independence Referendum. Recall that Nicola Sturgeon succeeded Alex Salmond as First Minister of Scotland following his resignation in the wake of the defeat of the “Yes […]

Gold $10,000 Coming – “Time To Prepare Is Now” / By Mark O’Byrne / March 10, 2017 James Rickards: Long-Term Forecast For $10,000 Gold James Rickards, geopolitical and monetary expert and best selling author of the ‘The New Case for Gold’ has written an interesting piece for the Daily Reckoning on why he believes gold will reach $10,000 in the long term. *** Gold in USD […]

EU Leader Has Meltdown While Debating Future of the Union: “S**T! What Do You Want Us to Do?”

There should be no doubt about the current status of the European Union. It’s crumbling before our very eyes. Between the sprawling unaccountable bureaucracy in Brussels, the unpayable debts, the unfettered immigration, and the unprecedented emergence of conservative, nationalistic groups, it’s obvious that the EU is not long for this world. No nation can survive […]

Juncker’s Latest Lie: “Less is More” / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / March 2, 2017 European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, the man famous for saying “When it becomes serious you have to lie”, is back at it. In a sure sign that things are serious, Juncker is spouting a monstrous lie that “less is more” and that he is willing to return powers […]