Maybe, just maybe, you shouldn't take financial advice from radio talk show hosts.Read more »
Excellent article on gold stocks. Concise and worth it's weight in...Read more »
Vice article comparing gold and bitcoin as viable currency alternatives to the USD.Read more »
Arizona could soon become the second U.S. state to recognize gold and silver as legal tender if the Arizona House approves SB 1439.Read more »
What is a Federal Reserve Note and how does it serve as the basis for the State's claim to authority? This is a paper I wrote to answer this question. It may not be great material for the show, but I wanted to get the link listed on FTL in case people would like to read it on their own. Thanks!Read more »
It seems ironic to have a credit card made of solid gold, but Visa and Sberbank have begun offering a credit card made of solid gold to Sberbank’s top 100 customers in Kazakhstan as a companion card to the Visa Infinite card, hoping to capitalize on what they see as a “growing appetite for elite, status-symbol cards.”Read more »
Congressman Ron Paul questions Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke in a U.S. House Financial Services Committee Meeting shortly after reports surfaced that the Federal Reserve was preparing for a third round of quantitative easing.Read more »
Fake gold bars turn up in Manhattan. 10 tungsten filled gold bars have turned up. Another reason to buy bit coins.Read more »
Walter Samaszko Jr, 69, died at his home in Carson City, Nev., with $200 in a bank account, but as officials later discovered, he had about $7 million stored neatly around his home. According to the coroner, Samaszko had been dead for at least a month, dying of heart problems. Cleanup crews found boxes of gold in the garage, at which point, "we took the house apart,” said Carson City clerk-recorder Alan Glover. As for who can lay claim to the riches -- Glover said the IRS will take $750,000 -- and that the rest will likely go to a first cousin.Read more »
An under-reported development of this campaign season is the Republican Party's decision this week to send Gov. Mitt Romney into the presidential race on a platform effectively calling for a new gold commission. The realization that America's system of fiat money is part of its economic problem is moving from the fringes of political discussion to the center.Read more »
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