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Why The Inflationists PROBABLY Have It Wrong, For Now

Unless the political class wrests control of the ability to dictate monetary policy (money creation) from the banking class, controlled deflation will most likely be the policy pursued to correct the excesses of the (Greenspan) housing bubble and the other bubbles the led up to it.

Banking Video by Attorney Gary Fielder

Gary Fielder, a Denver attorney, has put together one of the best educational videos I have ever seen detailing the monetary history and the ongoing struggle for control of our nation. Gary’s late 2008 video is crucial to gaining a full understanding of why we’re in the financial straits we’re in today and it is […]

Jim Rogers Interview: Telling It Like It Is

Anyone who wants to weigh opinions of commentators on financial markets would be well-served to listen to people who have made millions and billions of their own and have ALSO managed their personal affairs in such a way as to break completely free from any constraints of obligation to a particular editorial stance, political party […]

The Crushing Potential of Financial Derivatives

George Soros, one of the world’s foremost investor-speculators, has said many times that he stays away from financial derivatives because “no one understands them”. In the world of finance, derivatives might be comparable to the theoretical study of linear particle acceleration in nuclear physics. Such theories appear to be “understood” mainly based on current assumptions […]

“How should I own my gold?”

Editor’s Note: This article is written to address “worst-case” scenarios that should be considered as part of a comprehensive strategic wealth management plan. The author does not anticipate or predict that any such scenarios would or will materialize. However, planning for the worst while hoping for the best has always been excellent advice in both […]

Those Misleading Market “Averages”

The table above presents an interesting opportunity for gaining additional insight into the way markets and market averages work – especially for those who pay close attention to the data they see in the table and view it in the context of how people move their money over time. I will go through an explanation […]

Establishing Our Categories

This post will establish many of our general categories and lay the groundwork for the future direction of this blog.  Please check back often as we develop more content.  Also, feel free to suggest additional categories that we might expand into to better serve your interests.  We value and appreciate any and all feedback from […]