By Nicholas – Published on January 17, 2018
The last few years haven't been great for anyone who is at all skeptical of the extraordinary actions that were taken in the wake of the crisis of 2008. While there were a chorus of voices that expressed concern about the multiple rounds of QE, among other experimental monetary policies, today,...
By Nicholas – Published on January 14, 2018
When it comes to gold, there are a number of respected investors who are very bullish on the yellow metal. The last few years haven't been very exciting for the precious metals, and much like the often repeated calls for the demise of the Chinese growth story, there have been a slew of...
By Nicholas – Published on January 11, 2018
A lot has happened in the last decade, and some extreme monetary policies have come into play that would have been unthinkable prior to the sub-prime crisis in 2008. In the wake of a near total collapse of the Western financial system, central banks in the US, EU, Japan and UK engaged in...
By Nicholas – Published on December 15, 2017
The Federal Reserve raised rates on Wednesday, taking their target rate to 1.25%-1.5% Despite the dollar getting a touch more yield, gold seemed to react very well to the news. Going into the meeting there had been a lot of talk about how continuing the tightening cycle could be bearish for the...
By Nicholas – Published on November 21, 2017
If you are interested in buying precious metals, there are good reasons to follow up on your hunch. Gold is the metal that usually comes to mind when investing in precious metals is brought up, but silver has some unique advantages that no other metal shares, especially at its current...
By Nicholas – Published on November 14, 2017
There are some mixed messages coming out of the US markets when it comes to gold's future. A recent report from The World Gold Council has been widely cited by US financial media as evidence of evaporating demand for the yellow metal, but when it comes to the details, the picture is far more...
By Nicholas – Published on November 6, 2017
There has been talk of the of the US Dollar's (USD's) impending demise for years. It is easy to cite any number of reasons why the USD is on its last legs, but to date, it is still the most used currency around the world. One of the biggest reasons why the USD is so popular is probably...
By Nicholas – Published on October 5, 2017
The US Dollar has been on a wild ride over the last year. It appeared to rally on the presidential victory of Donald Trump, only to have the worst year since at least the 1980's afterward. But it is important to realize that when we talk about the strength of the dollar, we are talking about...
Published on July 31, 2017
Friday's GDP report sent the US Dollar lower, and it appears that the market may be looking to gold in a bid for safety. The yellow metal rose above $1265 USD in the wake of the report, and silver was also bought. The GDP print of a 2.6% growth rate was very close to consensus, but a much lower...
By Robert – Published on May 17, 2015
Visit Border Gold Here Consensus Delayed, or Broken Markets have entered a state of flux. Without a doubt, one of the clearest trends in recent times has been the breakdown of the commodities super-cycle and a surging US dollar, a trend that now seems to be reversing. Further, the...
Published on May 14, 2012
Trotting the globe in his unrelenting quest for investing opportunities, Bob Moriarty had just completed a 21,000-mile travel-a-thon when he picked up the phone for this exclusive interview with The Gold Report. He liked a lot of what he saw, found plenty of bargains along the way and is willing to...
Published on June 9, 2011
Jeff Berwick founded StockHouse Media Corporation in 1994, raising over $40 million USD in financing and growing the company to a peak of more than 200 employees in 8 countries worldwide by 2000. He now writes a libertarian, Austrian economics focused financial newsletter called The Dollar...