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The Federal Reserve’s economic stimulus program known as Quantitative Easing is scheduled to end next week. Most analysts believe that despite reports of a global economic slowdown and the dual threat of a stronger dollar, the Federal Reserve will most likely stick to the arrangement and lift the program. Quantitative Easing, also known as “money printing,” is widely believed to lead to inflation and to be responsible for the recent stock market highs. Click to explore in details.

In his latest contribution, Keith Weiner argues that the United States is facing a “monetary cancer”, and for as long as we allow it to continue there will be no economic recovery. The solution, Weiner says, is in the gold standard. Find out why here.

This recent court case involving the Federal Reserve and AIG will blow your mind. But here’s the most terrifying part: No matter how you slice it — whether the people we expect to oversee our economy are malicious or just plain dumb — it’s us who lose. Get the details here.

It was a bad October start for the stock market Wednesday. The Dow plunged nearly 240 points as mixed economic data and geopolitical tensions spooked investors. Is this yet another October swoon, or worse yet, another in a long line of outright crashes that have repeated throughout history? Get all the facts here.

As the European Central Bank continues its loose monetary policies, the Swiss are getting nervous. For a nation with such a distinguished and proud history in banking, privacy and respect for gold, it seems like they can no longer idly watch the ECB print money. Now, what they’re considering doing may not only put them back on the path towards fiscal responsibility, but it could have huge implications for the entire gold market. Find out here what they have up their sleeve.

The House of Representatives passed a legislation Wednesday to audit the Federal Reserve. Passed 333-92 in a bipartisan vote, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act would provide a level of transparency into the workings of our central bank that many have been demanding for years. And why shouldn’t we ask for more transparency? It’s our savings on the line. See all the details here.