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Even in the worst case scenario, Treasuries probably won't get dumped. The reality is investors have nowhere else to go.
David Morgan explains why silver supply is much tighter than most most market participants realize, making the risk of default within the major trading vehicles unacceptably high.
In an interview, Turk lays out how politicians' control of central banks is going to devalue global currencies and raise precious metals back to their historical role as money.
Gold and silver remain the best way to preserve and grow purchasing power in an increasingly precarious world for investors.
The levels of indebtedness now require permanent support from thin-air money in order to avoid a deflationary collapse.
While money printing can do some wondrous things in the short term, it cannot fix the predicament of fundamental insolvency.
Sovereign debt levels give the world two stark choices: either living standards of over-indebted countries will be allowed to fall, or the global fiat regime will suffer a catastrophic failure.
The Federal Reserve likely will succumb to pressure to end its quantitative easing program, causing a downdraft in the markets.
ShadowStats' John Williams believes the way key economic indicators are calculated has resulted in outcomes that no longer reflect reality.
We are vulnerable to the same fundamental pressures (rising food and fuel costs based on production declines) underlying the recent unrest in Egypt.