What You Can Learn From Billionaires Who Invest in Gold

If you want to be successful in investing and accumulate enough money to live comfortably in retirement, sometimes it’s a good idea to look at what successful investors have done….

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Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: Why the Fed Is Behind the Curve

After the events of the past week, markets are finally starting to realize two things. First, the Federal Reserve hasn’t done enough yet to curb inflation. Second, the Fed’s attempts…

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The Impact of the Latest Inflation Numbers

Anyone who thought that the Federal Reserve would be able to bring inflation down with its latest steps to tighten monetary policy was disappointed with last week’s inflation numbers. The…

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Will the 2020s Become a Lost Decade?

When you hear the term “lost decade” you think of Japan, and the period of time after the country’s meteoric rise in the 1980s. From about 1990 onward, the country…

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Gold vs. The Dollar: The Fight of the Century

For thousands of years gold was money. Whether it took the form of coins used for transacting business, or bars used as stores of wealth, gold was the ultimate monetary…

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Could Central Bank Digital Currencies Destroy the Banking System?

While inflation continues to dominate the headlines, developments below the economy’s surface are continuing, without much fanfare. One of the major developments that could completely upend the way the economy…

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Money, Money, Everywhere But It Buys Us Less and Less

We live in a world today that is awash in money. The total M3 money supply in the United States is nearing $22 trillion. The national debt is over $30…

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Are You Ready for the New Normal? 3 Changes You Need to Face

It’s an understatement to say that the last two years have been far from normal. Thinking back to 2019 or early 2020, it’s amazing how much the world has changed…

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What Do Gold, Toilet Paper, and Baby Formula Have in Common?

If someone told you that gold, toilet paper, and baby formula have one thing in common, would you be able to figure out what it is? Or would you scratch…

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Deutsche Bank Economists Warn of Stagflation

Just a few months ago it seemed that everyone thought the US economy was on fire. Markets were doing well, unemployment was low, and the real risk we were told…

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