October 20, 2016: Morning Coffee

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Fiat money and gold
gold-moneyIt is time to revisit the Fiat Money Quantity (FMQ), which totals US dollar money deposited in the banking system, the commercial banks’ money on deposit at the Fed and physical cash.Besides alerting us to how the expansion of fiat money is progressing, an objective of this exercise is to give some guidance on the price relationship with gold. It is particularly appropriate at a time when banking analysts have turned generally bearish, believi… (Continue to full article)

President Bill Clinton called Obamacare the "craziest thing in the world."

President Bill Clinton called Obamacare the “craziest thing in the world.”

Obamacare Rate Hikes for 2017 Even Bigger Than Expected
obamacare_weblogMajor insurers participating in Obamacare have won approval for substantial premium hikes next year in a dozen or more states. The increases range as high as 30 percent to 50 percent, according to… (Continue to full article)

The Great Physical Gold Supply And Demand Illusion
20-fr_goldGold supply and demand data published by all primary consultancy firms is incomplete and misleading. The data falsely presents gold to be more of a commodity than a currency, having caused deep misconceptions with respect to the metal’s trading characteristics and price formation… (Continue to full article)

Invitation
guns_gold_country_4What happens when a government spends as if there is no tomorrow, with no concern for the future? What happens when the printing presses of any nation crank out worthless paper fiat currency around the clock? What happens when those nations, who purchase America’s bonds, one day wake up and say, “no more!”? There is an old adage that says, “He spends like a drunken sailor.” Well, even a sailor stops spending when he runs out of money – but this government does not. The end of the modern Roman Empire draws near… (Continue to full article)

Gold: The Best Performing Asset of the 21st Century
only_gold_bkgnd.jpgHad you acquired a 100 ounce bar of physical gold on December 31, 1999, your total out-lay would have been $29,025.00. The value of that same gold bar today would be approximately $132,800.00. That could easily pay off a mortgage, provide for a child’s college education, or buy a great many other items that would change the lives of most people… (Continue to full article)

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