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2% Inflation, Gold and The Fed's Current Mandate
Inflation | US Federal Reserve | January 29, 2015

Many modifications of policy mandates occurred between 1913 and 1971, and the Fed continues today in a desperate effort to prevent the total unwinding and collapse of a monetary system built on sand. A storm is brewing and when it hits, it will reveal the fragility of the entire world financial system.

U.S. Shale Boom May Come To Abrupt End
Crude Oil Trading | January 29, 2015

I believe US oil production will fall sooner & more sharply than many analysts predict. Average well productivity has decreased by one-third. Every rig taken out of service today has more than 3 times the impact on daily production as before pad drilling became common. A good thing for oil price recovery but maybe not for future shale plays.

Is The Gold Really There? - Part 1
Gold Trading | January 28, 2015

“Is the claimed gold really there”? Why verifying our nation’s gold holdings is “too expensive”? The obvious answer to this question is because the gold is not there and if it were proven or made public, the value of the dollar would evaporate …along with the power of those pushing and pulling the financial levers!

There’s More to the Gold Rally Than European Market Fears
Eurozone | Gold Trading | January 28, 2015

You’ve probably read that gold’s breakout is resultant of what’s currently happening in Europe, but there’s much more to the story. If the dollar or any other fiat currency were universally acceptable at all times, central banks would see no need to hold any gold. The fact that they do indicates that such currencies are not a universal substitute.

Gold: Its Time Has Come
Gold Trading | January 28, 2015

Gold is making a determined come-back in financial markets because it is more real than paper fiat currencies backed only by the faith, credit, and the lies of insolvent central banks and sovereign governments. Gold has withstood the test of time, history, the ravages of paper money, and central bank lies.

The Irony of a Debt-Fueled Oil Boom
Crude Oil Trading | January 28, 2015

The cash has already been drilled into the ground. Now it’s just a matter of getting the oil and gas out to service the debt. The more the price drops, the harder they have to try to increase production. This is the irony of a debt-fueled oil boom that turned into an oil bust: producers cannot back off regardless of how low the oil price may be.

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