Month: January 2020

Gold and silver prices are likely to rise on growing coronavirus fears, and here’s why. This is Part 2 to my first article, “Will Coronavirus Be the Black Swan that Pops the Bubble of Everything in 2020?” In Part 1,…

Will coronavirus be the Black Swan that brings down the global economy in 2020? In my article, “The Things We Believe That are Untrue”, I discussed how governments worldwide have been hiding recessionary numbers from global citizens since 2008.  Consequently,…

I’ve often spoken of, in this blog, in the many things we believe that are untrue. For example, many financial metrics in which we blindly believe, reported by the mainstream news, like inflation, GDP and unemployment statistics are patently false…

By looking at the World Economic Forum annual report’s top rated global risks at their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, it is possible to predict the agenda of those with the most power in this world to drive global policies….

Gold and silver have been in price consolidation mode, preparing for the next come up, but they are not quite ready for the next leg higher, though it is coming, and though gold looks solid at $1,564 an ounce as…

For those of you that prefer watching a video over reading, you may click here to view a video of the below transcript.  Does earning $34,000 a year really place you in the top 1% of income earners on planet…

Gold and silver prices had a very strong December, but since the New Year, both have taken a breather with a temporary pullback in prices. The big question to answer is when will gold and silver prices resume their rise….

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