Warren does some math for us from the US debt clock. As you can see, no matter which category of debt you look at, if our “supposed” gold were needed to settle that debt then the dollar price of gold would need to be multiples higher. If Ft. Knox gold was required to cover the… Read more »
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Bill Holter’s Commentary Pushing on a string? Central Banks Have Let The Genie Out Of The BottleMay 17, 2020 (Bloomberg Opinion) — The world’s biggest economies have rolled out a plethora of monetary support measures over the past two months. If there’s one central bank that knows how hard bottling them back up will be,… Read more »
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Bill Holter’s Commentary A Friday dose of Erik for you. Bill Holter’s Commentary Do you understand what this means? Please read this thoroughly twice and then sit down with your favorite adult beverage to ponder the ramifications…GOT GOLD? Goldman Spots A Huge Problem For The FedMay 15, 2020 Last week, the Treasury shocked the world… Read more »
Jim, You have pointed this out many times now. Dave Evidence Suggests U.S. Financial Crisis Started On August 14, 2019May 14, 2020 In the Federal Reserve’s most recent “Supervision and Regulation Report” on the big bank holding companies it “supervises,” the Fed continued its attempts to perpetuate the narrative that “The banking industry came into… Read more »
Bill Holter’s Commentary We need more bailouts? Really? For those of you who believe “life” will ever return to what was considered normal…Do you understand what this chart has already told you? Powell Warns Of A Possible Sustained Recession From PandemicMay 13, 2020 WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned Wednesday of the… Read more »
Jim/Bill, I thought the readers might like this article. Dave Meet the Fed’s Global Plunge Protection TeamMay 10, 2020 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied 455 points by the closing bell on Friday. It seemed sadistic to average folks. One hour before the stock market opened, the Bureau of Labor Statistics had reported the worst… Read more »