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"Price inflation is good for the economy": yet another central bank artifact

  • 03 Luglio 2018
  • by Blogger

The so-called positive association between economic growth and price inflation, which is labeled as the Phillips curve, and is regarded by almost all economists as natural law on par with the law of gravity, is a misleading concept.

All that it describes is the fact that the variation in growth rate of money supply must result in a variation in prices of goods and services over time. Now, as long as the machinery of wealth generation is still functioning Fed policy makers can get away with the illusion that they can grow the economy.

Three critical lessons from Europe’s recent mini-meltdown

  • 29 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

The current president of the European Central Bank (ECB), Mario Draghi, said in July 2012: “[T]he ECB is ready to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro. And believe me, it will be enough.” Taken at face value, these words suggest what the ECB is ready to do: to print up ever greater quantities of euro balances to prevent the euro currency from falling apart. Ironically, however, this is precisely what the ECB’s money printing scheme will bring about.

Is This Why Germany Repatriated 583 Tons Of Gold?

  • 26 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

We live in an imperfect uni­verse. We are not perfect crea­tures, possessing omniscience, om­nipotence, and perfect moral na­tures. We, therefore, find ourselves in a world in which some people will choose actions which will benefit them in the short run, but which may harm others in the long run. The gold miner, by diluting the purchasing power of the mone­tary unit, achieves short-run bene­fits. Those on fixed incomes are faced with a restricted supply of goods available for purchase at the older, less inflated, price levels. This is a fact of life.

Here Is The Stunning Reason Why Treasury Yields Blew Out In April

  • 22 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

Bloomberg, Reuters and other media are now reporting that Russia dumped Treasuries in a major way in April and today comes news that Russia bought another 600,000 ounces of to add to its already sizeable and growing gold reserves. It is not just Russia that is diversifying into gold in recent months and years. India, Turkey, Mexico, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Mongolia and of course China have been increasing their gold reserves. Trump's erratic and risky economic and foreign policies pose a risk to the dollar as the reserve currency of the world.

On Donald Trump's "Madness" & A New Gold Standard

  • 19 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

A full gold coin standard would unquestionably solve the problem of international acceptance and solvency. Gold has always functioned as the means of internation­al payment, and there is no reason to suppose that it will not in the future (assuming that prices and wages are permitted to adjust on an international free market).

The History And Rising Power of Central Banks

  • 15 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

The world has been plagued with periodic bouts of the economic rollercoaster of booms and busts, inflations and recessions, especially during the last one hundred years. The main culprits responsible for these destabilizing and disruptive episodes have been governments and their central banks.

Gold & The Turning Of The Monetary Tides

  • 12 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

Who is going to win the gold wars? Holders of gold. The big winners will be Indian wives whose fathers gave them a lot of gold as a dowry. The rest of us gold bugs will also do well. The general public will never catch on in time, and by the time that it occurs to even 10% or 20% of investors that they better by gold, it will cost them so much to get into the market that they will not make the kinds of profits that today's gold investors are going to make.

One of the best ways to buy physical gold today

  • 09 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

The attempt of governments and central banks to lower the price of gold will backfire. Eventually, governments will run out of gold to sell, and so will the IMF. They will run out of gold to lease. While I do not think the politicians will ever catch on to the fact that their nations' gold is gone, leaving only IOUs for gold written by bullion banks that are on the verge of bankruptcy anyway, I do think that at some point the central banks will stop leasing gold. They will stop leasing it because they will not have enough to lease to substantially affect the price of gold.

Gold Production On The Cusp Of Peaking

  • 05 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

Prices convey information about economic conditions. The price of gold conveys information about the likelihood of future price inflation. This information governments and central banks want to distort. They do this by manipulating the price of gold through leases that are actually sales and sales that are announced in advance.

Inflation: The People's Enemy…The Government's Friend

  • 01 Giugno 2018
  • by Blogger

The rising price of gold warns the general public that the government's tax policies and the central bank's monetary policies cannot be trusted. Worse, a rising price of gold transmits the availability of a profit opportunity: get rid of fiat money and purchase gold.


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