Monthly Archives: May 2012

Robert Prechter and James Turk on inflation vs deflation

The podtastic and videotastic Mr James Turk, a.k.a. The Turkster, leads a fascinating discussion about what many would consider a dull topic; inflation versus deflation, which starts in a direction you might be surprised by. That this topic led to … Continue reading

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Adam Fleming and James Turk on Precious Metals and Mining

The Turkster talks to gold investor Adam Fleming, the Chairman of Wits Gold and Fleming Family & Partners. In addition to discussing the merits of real money, as opposed to political paper scrip which can be printed by our rulers … Continue reading

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Professor Hoppe’s new book: Der Wettbewerb der Gauner (“The Competition of Crooks”)

I recently posted my own very loose translation of an interview in German conducted with Professor Hoppe, by the German web site, MisesInfo. Fortunately, on behalf of the Professor, Robert Groezinger has produced a much more polished and accurate version … Continue reading

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The Silver Circle: How silver could once again become currency

A new animated movie due out in the autumn, Silver Circle, explains how an underground silver currency replaces the paper fiat dollar in 2019. The movie’s producer, Pasha Roberts, talk to GoldMoney’s Alasdair Macleod about the movie and everything behind … Continue reading

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Fool Britannia & the curious case of Brown’s Bottom

When Gordon Brown sold off half of the British government’s gold at the precise decades-long market bottom, for an average of $275 dollars an ounce (so he could buy the Euro Reich’s euros!) he guaranteed his place in history as … Continue reading

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Nonsense alert: Europe’s debtors must pawn their gold for Eurobond Redemption

Mainstream mouthpiece Ambrose Evans-Pritchard explains how the Euro Reich is going to try to kick the can again, and evade constraints on its thieving intent, to further stave off the inevitable collapse of its miserable paper money.

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John Embry and James Turk on why the Gold Bull Market isn’t Over

Two of my favourite elder statesmen of the gold bug movement tell us their latest thoughts. I was particularly struck by the carefree nature of the splendid Mr Embry’s frontiersman hair: Here’s the blurb: This conversation between James Turk and … Continue reading

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