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The Abuse of an Empire’s Currency Points Directly to its Demise

American currency, as designed by our Nation’s founders and enshrined in the Constitution, should be unquestionably sound. It was designed to be hard money: only gold and silver were to used to mint currency. Even when paper notes were first introduced, they were always redeemable for real hard money (gold) on demand at any bank. […]

Gold Price in 2023—Major Banks See Higher Gold

Most major banks call for higher gold prices in 2023. As we enter 2023, the financial landscape is increasingly uncertain with predictions from the traditional “experts” broad. The only consensus seems to be that uncertainty will prevail and gold will trend higher.

Both Republicans and Democrats Are Growing the US Debt Exponentially

Recently there were midterm elections held. Some of those results are still not known. This in itself is pathetic and unacceptable. Many clients believe that different political leadership will drive different results here in our great country. I would agree we need a better energy policy, better border security, better tax policy, less ESG talk […]

Gold Is More Relevant than Ever

Turn on the television or read a newspaper. It is a sickening repetitive message to buy the dip in the stock market. It is a constant promotion to stay in the fiat banking system and all of the paper investment products out there. The fact of the matter is that things have changed. The buy-the-dip […]

Governments have Nationalized (Stolen) Retirement Accounts

We have talked about the debt here in America many times. Do you know the last US President to decrease the national debt while in office? Calvin Coolidge was the last President to decrease the national debt while in office in 1929. President Reagan took office in the early 80s and the national debt stood […]

The Inevitable Demise of the Paper Dollar

Since the consumer price index was first used in 1919 as a key measure of inflation, it has been modified at least 18 times. Many argue that the goods measured are not representative of the true increase in living costs. Recently President Joe Biden announced that inflation dropped to zero percent despite double-digit annual increases […]

Money Is About Trust, and Our Paper Money Is Losing Its Trust

Money can be any item or confirmable record that is generally accepted as payment for goods. Money is also used for the payment of services and the repayment of debt such as taxes. Money is supposed to be a medium of exchange, a unit of account, a store of value, and sometimes a standard of […]

The Numbers on Why You Should Own Gold

Gold is a store of value. It holds your purchasing power when paper fiat money does not. Remember in 1971 the US dollar was taken off of the gold standard. Since that time and the “temporary” move, our money is backed by nothing but a promise. It was a promise by the government to pay […]

As the Markets Lose Trillions, Gold Is Holding Its Own

Everyone can see the markets have been melting down this year dramatically. Investors are panicking as paper markets lose steam every week. Those big gains from the last few years in bonds, cryptocurrencies, and stocks are gone. As the markets are giving the signs that a crash is looming, gold has held its own. The […]

The Great Reset Will Change Money as We Know It Today

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a private corporation. The WEF is not granted any powers by humanity. The WEF suggests that a globalized world is best managed by a self-selected alliance of multinational corporations, governments, and civil society organizations. The WEF is funded through the backing of the central bank-funded “superiors” or “elites”. The […]

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