As discussed in a previous post, sales of the American Eagle silver bullion
Let’s back away from the “smaller” questions like: Will the Fed taper or not? Is Obamacare a disaster or just a huge problem? Is the S&P 500 index due for a correction? Is the U.S. economy improving? Why is most of the rest of the world angry with the U.S.? If inflation is so low, why are
The American public's love affair with the U.S. Mint American Eagle silver bullion coin continues unabated. Ever since the financial meltdown of 2008 there has been an explosion in demand for the silver coins. Average yearly sales of the silver bullion coins have increased by almost 500% since
Although sales totals vary from month to month, annual sales of the U.S. Mint American Eagle gold bullion coins are running at triple the levels prior to 2008 when the wheels came off the world financial system and central banks began an orgy of money printing. From 2000 to 2007 the average yearly purchases
Axel Merk, Merk Investments Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen will take over where her predecessor Ben Bernanke leaves off.
By: GE Christenson THE SETUP A century ago bankers created the plan for a U.S. central bank, bought enough votes to get it passed into law, encouraged deficit
The Perth Mint presents a neat infographic on the world's top 10 gold producing countries. China, which loves gold more than anything, came in as the number one producer with annual output of 370 metric tons.
In an interview with CNBC, former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul endorsed the efforts of his son, Senator Rand Paul, to hold up the nomination of Janet Yellen as Federal Reserve Chairman until laws are passed requiring more transparency from the Fed. Senator Rand Paul has introduced legislation
Gold has been on a rampage since the early 2000’s with yearly gains for 12 years in a row. Nothing lasts forever and the number 13 is starting to look very unlucky for gold. Barring a major upset in the world financial system, it looks increasing likely that gold will decline in the 13th year of its
In an interview with Barron's, Marc Faber, editor of The Gloom, Boom & Doom report gives his take on