Last week President Biden nominated Saule Omarova to the position of Comptroller of the Currency. Saule Omarova is a Marxist and quite the anti-capitalist. Her academic writings included a proposal for the Federal Reserve to take over banking functions for citizens and she wrote a thesis at law school about the Marxist economic system.
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Many of us today are absorbed with what the market is doing today. Computer monitors and screens across the world display price tickers. Trading is rampant and speculation frenzied. The desire to get the next hot tech stock or the promising biotech is obvious. The internet chat rooms are looking for the next heavily shorted […]
As gold and silver reflect the lost purchasing power of the US dollar, the price of gold and silver has a pretty good chance to go up over time. In years past during times of a roaring bull market for gold and silver, many dealers will have large advertising budgets to market gold and silver […]
There are many choices when it comes to investing in precious metals. We’re looking at uncirculated bullion coins, proof coins, and pre-1933 gold coins. Without making recommendations towards one or the other, we want to explain the differences between regular strike government issued bullion coins…what the Mint calls “uncirculated,” proofs, and pre-1933 gold coins.
It is no secret that long-standing institutions seeking to preserve generational wealth own gold. Gold is a popular store of value with wealthy families, royal dynasties, multinational organizations, religious groups, and particularly central banks.