Posts tagged with: cash

Goldman Sachs says now is the time to buy gold, the safe-haven asset, amid market panic over the impact of the growing coronavirus pandemic. ...
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We have been telling you it is all about credit for years … you will soon see the real world reasons why. It is clear the real global economy was already seriously slowing down in Q4 prior to the coronavirus...
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International Man: Australia has proposed a law that provides a $25,000 fine and two years in jail for those who make cash transactions of $10,000 or more. If passed, the Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill could be...
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Research has shown that government paper money is a hotbed for bacteria and that, at least in the U.S., most bank notes in circulation are tainted by cocaine. Now you can also worry about a new threat possibly sticking to...
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Late last year, the investment management giant Morningstar published a report concluding that most people can either save money for retirement, or save money for their kids’ education… but NOT both....
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Over the past century, monetary systems change about every 30 to 40 years on average. Before 1914, the global monetary system was based on the classical gold standard....
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Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: Our friend B.A. tonight challenges optimism among gold and silver investors that the latest crisis in the Middle East will explode Western central banking’s longstanding gold price suppression policy....
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Last week we reported that something strange was going on at the same time that central banks are injecting $100 billion each month in electronic money to crush volatility and ramp markets: a similar amount in physical currency and precious metals was literally...
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The reckoning is coming, and everyone who counted on “eternal growth of borrowing” to stave off the reckoning is in for a big surprise....
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Earlier this week we received an unexpected email from a researcher at the Federal Reserve with an “urgent request” to provide the US central bank with details on an analysis we presented on Tuesday, according to which the Fed was...
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