Gold standard

  1. China's Renminbi Will Rival the Dollar As Global Reserve Currency

    The past year was full of events that inevitably split the global geopolitical space into two camps: those who still support using US currency as a universal financial . . . .
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  2. Why Inflation Is Here To Stay – The Case For Gold

    Why Inflation Is Here To Stay – The Case For Gold

    When the Federal Reserve was created in December 1913, it had two purposes: (1) To defend the gold standard and the dollar against inflation, and (2) To be a lender . . . .
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  3. Does Gold Go on Vacation?

    Does gold go on vacation? I don’t know, but I am going for sure. But before that happens, I encourage you to read another special edition of the Gold News Monitor from Auburn, Alabama . . . .

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  4. Sound Money Bill in Congress Would Define Dollar as Unit of Gold

    Legislation introduced in Congress recently would define the U.S. dollar as a fixed amount of gold, a move that supporters say would help stabilize the monetary system while protecting savers, workers, and investors from the ravages of inflation . . . .

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  5. US congressman proposes gold-backed dollar, but does America have enough bullion?

    Republican Congressman from West Virginia Alex Mooney has proposed a bill “to define the dollar as a fixed weight of gold.” The problem is that the US may not have enough physical gold to back the greenback, an expert tells RT . . . .

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  6. The Rush to Gold will Accelerate as the Dollar Collapse Gains Momentum

    The US dollar has been dominant as the global reserve currency for a century. It was backed by gold, and the phrase, “good as gold,” had a literal meaning . . . .

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  7. Texas Bill Would Establish Gold and Silver as Legal Tender, Take on Federal Reserve Money Monopoly

    A bill introduced in the Texas Senate would establish gold and silver as legal tender in Texas. Passage of the bill would create currency competition in the state and serve to undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money . . . .

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  8. States Consider Removing Income & Sales Taxes from the Monetary Metals

    Precious metals markets can certainly be volatile from week to week, but over time they are a more reliable store of value than Federal Reserve Notes . . . .

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  9. The Path to $10,000 Gold

    I’m very impressed with the recent gold action because it’s holding its own in the face of an impending rate hike. It’s fallen off a bit, but not dramatically. It tells you there are good fundamentals behind it, independent of the threat of a stronger dollar . . . .

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  10. Greenspan expounds on gold, economics

    The following is an interview with former US Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan . . . .

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