Keith Weiner

The 10 Minute Gold Standard

The 10 Minute Gold Standard

The world is rushing towards mass insolvency. If we don’t change course, we face certain devastation.

 Keith Weiner

The Curious Case of Falling Gold and Silver Prices

The Curious Case of Falling Gold and Silver Prices

The curious thing is that the price fell while open interest in futures rose, which is not typical of how the market has actually been behaving in recent years.

 Keith Weiner

The Unadulterated Gold Standard Part V (Real Bills)

The Unadulterated Gold Standard Part V (Real Bills)

The unadulterated gold standard is a free market in money, credit, interest, and discount based on the right of the people to hold and use gold coins, and which includes Real Bills and bonds.

 Peter Schiff

The Bernanke Shock

The Bernanke Shock

The whole situation mirrors the late 1960s, during a period that led up to the «Nixon Shock.»

 Keith Weiner

Impact Of Germany’s Gold Repatriation

Impact Of Germany’s Gold Repatriation

I suspect the reason for repatriating the gold has more to do with a shift in German politics than any sudden questions about the faith and credit of a central bank, or any desire to re-monetize gold in Germany.

 John Browne

German Gold Claw Back Causes Concern

German Gold Claw Back Causes Concern

The repatriation of even a part of Germany’s central bank gold holdings should be regarded with concern.

 Keith Weiner

The Unadulterated Gold Standard

The Unadulterated Gold Standard

The world needs the unadulterated gold standard.

 Paul Brodsky

It’s Time

It’s Time

In light of today’s Fed decision…

 Valentin Petkantchin

Renewed interest in gold as a financial asset

Renewed interest in gold as a financial asset

Gold is increasingly valued as a reserve asset, which will tend to push the price up, independently of all other factors.

 John Browne

Central Banks Hedge Their Bets

Central Banks Hedge Their Bets

Reports have recently been released that throw particular light on the degree to which central banks around the world are accumulating gold.

 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.

 Paul Brodsky

Gentlemen, Start Your DeLoreans

Gentlemen, Start Your DeLoreans

While some continue to argue that the US can only get its fiscal house in order by running trade and/or budget surpluses, it would seem the US’s official gold stock could be revalued to the extent that no trade or budget surplus is necessary as any sort of precondition.