Tuesday , 24 October 2017


Currencies

The Future Price of Gold and the 2% Factor

Gold-bars-on-100-and-50-dollar-bill

It is my contention that the price of gold rallies whenever the U.S. dollar’s real short-term interest rate is below 2%, falls whenever the real short rate is above 2%, and holds steady at the equilibrium rate of 2%. Let me explain.

Read More »

Noonan: The U.S. Dollar’s Demise Was Orchestrated By the Fed – Here’s How

Gold-bars-on-100-and-50-dollar-bill

Ever since 1933 the Federal Reserve, implementing the proven Rothschild formula, has been slowly orchestrating the demise of the U.S. dollar from a gold and silver backed currency into, in reality, a worthless piece of paper today and also now controls the price of gold and silver. Let me explain how this all came about - how Americans were duped - and what this really means.

Read More »

Is There a Direct Link Between Rising Inflation and a Rising Demand For Gold?

bullion-coins-stacked_303x259

History clearly shows there is a direct link between inflation and gold demand. When inflation jumps, or even when inflation expectations rise, investors turn to gold in greater numbers. When gold demand rises, so does its price and you can guess what happens to gold stocks. Below is a look at the extent of consumer purchases after inflation (and in some cases hyperinflation) took off in a number of countries.

Read More »

Financial War of Musical Chairs Is Underway – Here’s How to Play the Game

Gold-bars-on-100-and-50-dollar-bill

What is taking place around the world these days is analogous to the children's game of Musical Chairs, where everyone is happily going round and round at the beginning of the game but they all know that at some point soon the music will stop and those without a chair to sit in will be out of the game! I see PMs as being the chairs and, when the current financial music stops, those without PMs will be left holding nothing but paper money and history is full of examples of paper money suddenly becoming worthless!

Read More »

Where Does Your Country’s Currency Rank?

currencies

Below is the list of the top 10 strongest currencies in the world, as measured by their percentage of the foreign trade market based on their combined interest in the world's 3 foreign exchange markets.

Read More »