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U.S. vs Canadian Silver Production versus Silver Eagle and Maple coin sales

Peak Gold and Silver May Have Come and Gone

January 21st, 2016

Have we reached peak precious metals? Many analysts think so. Just to be clear, however, the idea of peak gold and peak silver doesn't refer to a peak prices. The precious metals put in a cyclical price high in 2011. But annual mining production levels… Keep Reading

Central Planners Freaking Out about Discussion of Gold’s Role

January 18th, 2016

Sound money issues make for good politics these days. The leading Republican candidates have all suggested reforms to our monetary system. The topic is popping up in debates as well as interviews. Predictably, Fed worshippers and proponents of central pla… Keep Reading

Ted Cruz champions sound money

How Precious Metals Investors Can Trump the Establishment

January 13th, 2016

As the presidential primaries quickly approach, the establishment is in panic mode over the prospect of losing control. 2016 is shaping up as the year of “We’re not gonna take it anymore” – in more ways than one. It’s an encouraging development… Keep Reading

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Jobs Farce, Mining Collapse, and Stock Market Volatility

January 11th, 2016

Stock investors read Friday’s employment report and reacted to the much better than expected headline data on job creation by dumping shares. The U.S. economy added an estimated 292,000 jobs, but they weren’t impressed. In part because some concluded … Keep Reading

In Debt

My New Year's Resolution: Don't Confuse Debt with Wealth

January 6th, 2016

If you don't have a magical crystal ball to see the future, then a good history book will do the job. Understanding the past offers a full color panorama to the dangers and opportunities facing you in 2016.… Keep Reading

Inflation robbing purchasing power

Betting on Deflation May Be a Huge Mistake. Here's Why...

January 4th, 2016

Precious metals investors heading into 2016 worry the dollar will continue marching ahead, right over the top of gold and silver prices. The Fed is telegraphing additional rate hikes throughout the year, and commodity prices – led by crude oil – are f… Keep Reading

NEW: Money Metals Issues 2016 Gold/Silver Forecast

December 28th, 2015

Forecasting today's volatile, high-frequency machine driven and manipulated futures markets using fundamental analysis is futile, as a great many precious metals bulls will attest. To complicate matters, an obsession with Fed policy dominates all markets.… Keep Reading

Gold and Silver: the one ring

The One Ring: Why Silver and Gold Will Rule them All

December 23rd, 2015

One of the most powerful movies ever made – which eventually became a trilogy – Is The Lord of the Rings. In books and on the big screen, audiences flocked to the adventures of the Hobbits as they journeyed to the land of Mordor in an effort to destro… Keep Reading

House Speaker Paul Ryan

Republicans Deliver for Obama, Betray Sound Money Voters

December 21st, 2015

Republican leaders in Congress worked amicably with House and Senate Democrats as well as President Obama to pass last week's $1.15 trillion spending bill. They congratulated one another on putting aside the rancor and partisanship that characterized spen… Keep Reading

Silly Myths about Gold during Rising Interest Rates

December 17th, 2015

The Fed finally acted this week – upping its benchmark Federal Funds rate by 0.25%. Now that the speculation over whether the Fed will hike has been put to rest, analysts are busily speculating about what the Fed's move means for the economy and markets… Keep Reading