Posts tagged with: Inflation

Remember all those “green shoots?” That was the ubiquitous phrase used by White House officials and TV talking heads in 2009 to describe how the U.S. economy was coming back to life after the 2008 global financial crisis....
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Zimbabwe’s government suspended all mobile money payments, including operations by dominant provider Ecocash on Friday. The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange was also ordered to stop trading, in a dramatic escalation of the nation’s currency crisis. ...
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Jim Willie from the golden-jackass.com joins returns to RTD to talk about the the Global Reset, the dollar and more. During our chat he shares how gold will reach $10,000 and silver $400 very easily in the days ahead....
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WHEN a nation’s money is no longer a source of security, and when inflation has become the concern of an entire people, it is natural to turn for information and guidance to the history of other societies who have already...
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In a matter of weeks, bond investors have seen some of their firmest market convictions swept away in a massive confluence of government stimulus and central bank intervention. Now, they’re being forced to rework their strategies for a new era....
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The entire world has been focused on the economy. Now that confidence is lost people are running into cash. Cash is the last line of offence and defense citizens have before it’s taken away....
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As the coronavirus spreads fear, sickness, and death, a specter haunts investors – the specter of deflation....
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Stock markets have been getting hammered, ostensibly because of the economic impacts of the coronavirus. Peter Schiff has been saying this isn’t really about the virus. It was the pin that pricked the bubble. If it wasn’t coronavirus, it would have...
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The nearest example in modern history to the present medical emergency supply shock is the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) oil embargo of autumn and winter 1973....
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