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Is Europe’s $1.28 trillion economic plan a recipe for disaster?

January 23, 2015 1:55 pm Published by

By following the Federal Reserve's lead and flooding the economy with even more money, has the European Central Bank averted its "day of reckoning"... or doused more fuel onto the fire? Here's what you need to know about Europe's latest actions, and what it may mean for you.

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Why is the Fed so hell-bent on enslaving us with debt?

November 6, 2014 5:33 pm Published by

The "protectors" of our dollar over at the Federal Reserve would like to have you believe that they're working in our best interests. But then why are they creating so much debt, and why are they printing our money into oblivion? The conflict of interest at play may surprise you.

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Your News to Know – November 5, 2014

November 5, 2014 11:42 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Every week, Your News to Know offers you breaking news about the economy and the market of gold and other precious metals. Stories this week include: Marc Faber says he owns gold because he doesn't trust the financial system, gold rises again as the dollar drops, and gold coin sales surge as buyers seek bargains. Read more.

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How this single move by the Swiss could alter the market for gold

September 28, 2014 6:42 pm Published by

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.

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More hot air from the Fed: Why we don’t hold out much hope

August 16, 2014 6:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Fed Chair Janet Yellen sounded positively upbeat and hopeful as she testified and answered questions last Friday before the Senate Banking Committee. She was encouraged about manufacturing numbers, about unemployment figures and the strengthening of the U.S. economy. She seemed confident that October was still the right time to end Quantitative Easing. She also indicated that interest rates would eventually rise. Here's the question: Should we buy it?