A story reflecting a recent conversation with my publisher‚Ä¶about metals and the U.S. dollar.
Author Archive: The Market Man
Of the $1.6 trillion the US government will borrow this year, the biggest single lender is us, the private sector, chipping in $700 billion.
Thoughts about the government and precious metals
Precious metals have proven themselves as a phenomenal investment when stocks are getting hit the hardest.
A story about you never know what‚Äôs good for you
A story about the fading dollar and the rise of precious metals
A story about the general public’s lack of knowledge about precious metal.
A story about getting the hell out of the market‚Äôs way
As gold is getting almost impossible to come by, silver is going the same route and shortages are looming on the horizon. Prices will rise to an unprecedented level
Small businesses are looking at another blow in an already unbalanced bailout world, with the anticipated bankruptcy of New York’s small lending institution CIT group
When gold gets harder to come by, main street investors will look at gold stocks to buy
It would be a miracle if trillions of dollars of debt could be wiped out with one stock market crash and be succeeded by a new bull market driven by another large offering of credit by the Fed.
When it comes to figuring out the bigger-picture, longer-term moves for whole investment classes, there’s nothing better than watching a few key economic indicators.
Every time we run budget deficits, we must go, hat in hand, asking for money from central banks and investors in Asia, Europe, and even Latin America.
The Decline and Fall of Western Civilization post is painting a picture of a residential real estate market in a death spiral.