Gold standard

  1. The Dollar – King Rat of Failing Currencies

    The explanation for the sudden halt in global economic growth is found in the coincidence of peak credit combining with trade protectionism. The history of economic downturns points to a rerun of the 1929-32 period . . . .
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  2. The Return To A Gold Exchange Standard

    In my last Goldmoney article I explained why the monetary policies of inflationist economists and policy makers would end up destroying fiat currencies . . . .
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  3. Gold Getting Set for Bull Run

    If, as they say, it is darkest just before the dawn, then surely for gold at least, the sun must be cresting the horizon now? After seven disappointing . . . .
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  4. Central Banks Haven't Bought This Much Gold Since Nixon Closed the Gold Window

    Something big is happening in the gold market right now, and nowhere is that more apparent than in central banks of emerging economies. Last year was . . . .
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  5. Countries Are Beginning To Stockpile Gold

    The Bank of China had increased its gold reserves from 1842.6 tons to 1,852 tons in December 2018. This increase represents the first . . . .
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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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