How to Interpret Deliberately Ambiguous US Central Banker Speech

Why is ambiguous US Central Banker speech the norm instead of the exception? As I stated yesterday, “I believe that this current correction in gold and silver stocks will provide a window for a few more days to weeks to get on board at a good price for the first half of 2017.” Yesterday, gold … Continue reading How to Interpret Deliberately Ambiguous US Central Banker Speech

The Biggest Stock Market Scam of the Century, the Nuclear Option, is Being Unleashed

Forget about the $50 billion Madoff Ponzi scheme. Forget about the $8 billion Stanford Ponzi schemes, forget about the $3.6 billion of bonuses paid to Merrill Lynch executives after the firm’s failure, and forget about the $200+ millions paid out to AIG executives. The biggest stock market scam of the century is now underway, hatched, … Continue reading The Biggest Stock Market Scam of the Century, the Nuclear Option, is Being Unleashed

Why the U.S. Fed’s 0.50% Rate Cut Won’t Save the U.S. Markets

September 19, 2007 - “Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protector of property rights” - Alan Greenspan, 1966, more than 20 years before he served as Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve from 1987-2006. Obviously, Alan Greenspan’s … Continue reading Why the U.S. Fed’s 0.50% Rate Cut Won’t Save the U.S. Markets