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 John Browne

Report Raises Questions About Central Bank Gold Holdings

Report Raises Questions About Central Bank Gold Holdings

It is well known that some countries keep considerable portions of their gold reserves with the U.S. Fed and with the Bank of England. But the details are lacking.

 Peter Schiff

The Fed Plays All Its Cards

The Fed Plays All Its Cards

Although the Fed is directing its fire towards the housing market, the needle they are actually hoping to move is not home prices, but the unemployment rate.

 John Browne

Gold Glitters

Gold Glitters

The biggest winners thus far that may have resulted from the newly communicated intentions from central banks are not the euro or the broad stock markets, but rather gold and gold-related investments.

 John Browne

September 12th Looms Large for Germany

September 12th Looms Large for Germany

In the past, the German Constitutional Court has not shown itself to be a political pushover.

 John Browne

Mistrust Fuels Continued Gold Demand

Mistrust Fuels Continued Gold Demand

The current high prices of precious metals, in the face of possibly deep economic recession, indicate that the prospect of a sudden and catastrophic financial collapse is very real.

 John Browne

Promises, Promises

Promises, Promises

Draghi and Bernanke know that markets need to be talked up, and they continue to do so unapologetically.

 John Browne

Dependence Day

Dependence Day

Lower tax burdens, less onerous regulation, and the end of state sponsored crony capitalism will energize real businesses.

 John Browne

Germany Loses to Italy, Again

Germany Loses to Italy, Again

Last week’s agreement should not be seen as anything less than a victory for the printing press.

 John Browne

European Leaders Play With Fire

European Leaders Play With Fire

Despite all the tricks, both old and new, recession keeps creeping in. They still think the answer is more money.

 John Browne

Germany Faces Political Isolation

Germany Faces Political Isolation

Should Germany succumb, the world probably will experience a short-term boom before sliding into a long and severe period of depression, hyperinflation and ultimately stagflation.

 John Browne

Germany’s Mixed Signals

Germany’s Mixed Signals

For Germany, leaving the eurozone would be a decidedly winning move.

 John Browne

Austerity Fires Voter Vengeance Against Euro

Austerity Fires Voter Vengeance Against Euro

Increasingly, the future of the euro appears to be influenced not just by debt default, but also by the politics of bailouts and austerity.