Category: Gold and Currencies
Inflation is the great destroyer of monetary value. Yet, at various times throughout history, governments have welcomed it. Here’s why.
Have you ever heard of Executive Order 6102? Most people haven’t, but it’s one of the most profound mistakes in American history.
What if sending and receiving cryptocurrency payments could be as easy as using a credit card? That’s what BitPay offers.
Everybody loves an economic expansion. Probably none more so than Trump. But is he actually overreaching by taking credit for it?
If bitcoin is considered gold in the crypto world, this competitor might be considered silver. Here’s why you should pay attention…
The feds had their funny money; they weren’t going to give it up. And they weren’t going to back off from any of their spending.
The Fed doesn’t have a pile of cash sitting in the vault. It just creates money out of thin air.
They say they don’t ring a bell at the top of a bull market…but we hear something ringing.
When the economy is healthy and growing, people buy stocks and the index generally goes up. These inverted yield signs signal an oncoming recession.
Markets, economies, and even empires move in great, long-term swings. Sometimes they are forward-looking and expansive. Look at the american stock market.
Buying the Dow with 40 ounces of gold in January 2000. By January 2011, the Dow 30 stocks would cost 8 ounces.
How do you know when there might be a currency upside opportunity? The key to forex profits can be hard. Let me share them with you.
When you hear about foreign exchange and currency, you’re bound to hear the phrases ‘strong’ and ‘weak’. I’m not a big fan of those terms…
The guardians of the world’s most important measures of value said they would lend more fake money at even fakier interest rates.
Today we are living in the tail end of what could be called the greatest gold rush of all time. But instead of gold, our prosperity is riding on the backs of technological and industrial innovation.