The trade deficit in January represents the largest monthly trade gap figure since October 2008.
Could it be that investors have finally realized that the Fed is the most dovish of all the world's central banks?
The presidential campaign suggests several possible futures for the dollar and gold, based on the past actions of each candidate.
By setting a cap of 20% on income, Rick Perry is proposing what amounts to an inversion of the hated Alternative Minimum Tax.
Gold investors should not worry about the recent pullback in the precious metal, because the fundamentals still argue for much higher prices.
Peter Schiff argues another round of quantitative easing would only increase debt and grow the size of the government.
Peter Schiff criticizes President Obama's jobs program and outlines an alternative program.
No longer is the U.S. dollar the default shelter; gold, the Swiss franc, and the Japanese yen are now the preferred assets.
Peter Schiff says that the media is picking up where it left off in 2008 by ignoring Paul's presidential campaign.
Peter Schiff argues the Fed's decision to keep interest rates low will be a big impediment to U.S. economic growth.