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It’s Bubble Time!

Posted by on February 26th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

Sadly, bubbles used to happen only once in a generation. Once those burned by the last bubble have died off, the younger generation has no living memory to prevent them from getting suckered by the next one. But for some reason, our current generation has something of an addiction to bubbles. We’ve lived through the tech stock bubble, the real estate bubble, and now we’re living inside the ‘everything’ bubble. What’s wrong with us? …read more

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Central banks may have been evil with gold but not stupid

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Western central banks may be the corrupt and even evil instruments of the financial class, and to preserve their power they may be prepared to do any amount of damage to the world, particularly by destroying markets, the engines of humanity’s economic progress. But stupid? Not when central banks have gained and kept control of the world’s money and thus control of the valuation of all capital, labor, goods, and services in the world. What’s stupid is any society that doesn’t rise up against them or at least demand disclosure of their surreptitious operations. …read more

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“In The Name Of Fairness”, A Very Touchy Subject…

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If this theory is correct, at least we will have a true American as president and working on our behalf as opposed to a leader giving up the keys to the kingdom and throwing its people under the bus in the name of “fairness”? The “One World Government,” or “New World Order Types” as they identify themselves, are strongly opposed to the individual liberty movement rearing it’s head here there and everywhere. Seemingly, the “people” have thrown a monkey wrench into their plans for a One World Order; here and there and everywhere. Populism to them is like a rapidly …read more

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Chart of the Day – Do Miners Need to Lead the Metals?

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It’s a common misconception that miners always lead the metals sector. As you can see in this chart the miners often produce false signals. …read more

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Underperformance in Gold Stocks Argues for Interim Peak

Posted by on February 26th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

The early stages of Gold bull markets (this one included) are characterized by strong outperformance from the miners. They will lead the metals and turning points and register strong outperformance. We saw that in the early 2000s, late 2008 to early 2009 and we have seen it again over the past year. During the recent rebound, the miners rallied back to the “Trump” resistance while Gold is not yet close to doing so. …read more

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“In The Name Of Fairness”, A Very Touchy Subject…

Posted by on February 25th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By Bill Holter When it comes to the latest US stance vis-a-vis China’s currency manipulation, the jury is out, and based on two recent statements it is more confused than ever. Religion and politics, are both hot button issues no matter how you slice it, touchy subjects, if you will. Speaking, or writing about them, usually elicits rage,… »The post “In The Name Of Fairness”, A Very Touchy Subject… appeared first on Jim Sinclair’s Mineset. …read more

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Gold, Silver End Week at New 3-1/2 Month Highs

Posted by on February 25th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By CoinNews.net Gold and silver futures advanced for a second straight session Friday, notching fresh 3-1/2 months and extending their streak of weekly wins to four for gold and eight for silver.

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Bankrupting OPEC.. One Million Barrels Of Oil At A Time

Posted by on February 25th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By SRSrocco The world hasn’t really caught on yet, but OPEC is in serious trouble. Last year, OPEC net oil export revenues collapsed. How bad? Well, how about 65% since the oil price peaked in 2012. To offset falling oil prices and revenues, OPEC nations have resorted to liquidating some of their foreign exchange reserves. The largest […] …read more

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Tanzanian Royalty AGM Q&A Online Meeting Invitation

Posted by on February 25th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By Jim Sinclair Dear Friends, Thank you for all your requests for information concerning the AGM. I have received such a large volume of requests that it would literally take weeks to return all calls. Since many of you share the same or similar interests, it is in the best interests of all of us to set up… »The post Tanzanian Royalty AGM Q&A Online Meeting Invitation appeared first on Jim Sinclair’s Mineset. …read more

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Why the Feds Should Legalize Interstate Commerce in Healthcare

Posted by on February 24th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By Richard Kocur By: Richard KocurIn a recent television interview, Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini, head of one of America’s largest health insurers, commented that selling insurance across state lines is “an outdated concept” in these days of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Bertolini went on to explain the rationale for his statement: “Insurance products are now tightly aligned with networks, so buying an insurance product from another state, that’s tied to a network in another state, really doesn’t work for people seeking care.”The sale of health insurance as interstate commerce is often cited as a pillar of healthcare reform by proponents of market-based …read more

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Week in Review: February 25, 2017

Posted by on February 24th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By Mises Institute By: Mises InstitutePresident’s Day was this week, and there was no better way to celebrate than making the case for abolishing the position. As Ryan McMaken noted, history has vindicated the fears of the Anti-Federalists that were concerned that the position vested too much power into the hands of a single ambitious politician. This abuse of power looks to continue with the Trump administration, as Sean Spicer announced plans to continue the executive branch’s war on federalism. While we are unlikely to see Trump give up his new personal office in the next four years, we could settle for abolishing …read more

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When Government Acts, Unintended Consequences Follow

Posted by on February 24th 2017 in Uncategorized | Be the first to comment!

By Jp Cortez By: Jp CortezIn 1850, French economist Frédéric Bastiat published an essay that is misunderstood, or more often, unread, titled, “That Which is Seen, and That Which is Not Seen.” Bastiat brilliantly illustrated, through the parable of the broken window, the destructive effects of unintended consequences that result from government intervention in the economy. Unfortunately, because of misplaced belief in government benevolence, even the most powerful and successful members of the American citizenry often miss the point and the true magnitude of these consequences. According to Reuters, Ramin Arani, a co-portfolio manager of the $25 billion Fidelity Puritan fund, said while …read more

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