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07Jul 2020
gold dollar

The dollars you use to measure your wealth haven’t held up over time. But as E.B. Tucker illustrates, gold has proven to be remarkably resilient. And now that the government is running a $3.7 trillion deficit, here’s why that means even higher prices could be coming for the yellow metal.

06Jul 2020
gold shipping

A new report from the Census Bureau reveals a surge in gold imports to the U.S. over the past few months, by as much as 1,700% over this time last year. Here’s why the yellow metal has soared to the top of the list of imports.

02Jul 2020
Fed against people

Since they’re selling their latest $429 million stimulus as being “broad” and “diverse”, you’d think that the Fed was finally looking out for the average Joe. But with just a little scrutiny, we see that, yet again, they’re bailing out “lumbering behemoths” while letting the rest of us hang in the wind. Here’s how the cards are further stacked against us.

30Jun 2020
bank risk

A critical component of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act is being rolled back and, once again, it disadvantages the “little guy”. Here’s what makes the repeal of the Volcker Rule so dangerous for almost all Americans.

26Jun 2020
dollar collapse

As the Fed has flushed the economy with stimulus since COVID-19 reached our shores, Americans have flooded banks with a record $2 trillion in new deposits. But while bolstering your savings may give you comfort, one former big banker is warning that this could be a signal that the dollar is going to fall “very, very sharply.” Here’s what has him so concerned.

19Jun 2020
debt

As it skyrockets past $26 trillion – over $2.5 trillion in just 11 weeks – does Washington have any plan to ever reign in the federal debt? Here’s why there’s no easy way out in the near future – and potential catastrophe waiting behind every economic event that has a hiccup.