Silver, Platinum and Palladium as Investments – Research Shows Diversification Benefits

by Jan Skoyles GoldCore

A review of the academic literature on the financial economics of silver, platinum and palladium has recently been conducted by Vigne, Lucey, O’Connor and Yarovaya.

[…] The review surveys and covers the findings on a wide variety of topics in relation to the White Precious Metals including Market Efficiency, Forecast-ability, Behavioral […]

White Privilege in Education

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Why Now Precious Metals?

by Richard (Rick) Mills Ahead of the Herd

John Exter was an American economist and a member of the Board of Governors of the United States Federal Reserve System.

Exter is known for creating Exter’s Pyramid – useful for visualizing the organization of asset classes in terms of risk and size.

When the credit system […]

How Michael Jordan Could Literally Save The World

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from WeAreChange

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Wealth Research Interviews Jeff Berwick to get the Vigilante’s View on Entrepreneurship, Bitcoin and Trump

by Jeff Berwick Dollar Vigilante

I recently did an interview with Wealth Research group to talk to them about the latest news in the cryptocurrency arena, entrepreneurial endeavors, and of course about Donald Trump.

You won’t want to miss this one as we hit a bunch of hot subjects including blockchain technologies and how they […]

MSNBC Analyst Encourages Bombing Trump Tower

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from Mark Dice

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Desperate Malls Turn to Concerts and Food Trucks

by Heather Perlberg Bloomberg.com

Malls are fighting for shoppers with one thing their web rivals can’t offer: parking lots.

With customer traffic sagging, U.S. retail landlords are using their sprawling concrete lots to host events such as carnivals, concerts and food-truck festivals. They’re aiming to lure visitors with experiences that can’t be replicated online — […]

Florida Voted for Medical Marijuana, State Legislators Don’t Care

by Tho Bishop Mises.org

Last year Florida became the 28th State to legalize medical marijuana when Amendment 2 passed with over 70% of the vote. Unfortunately, instead of abiding by the overwhelming voter mandate, the State legislature is looking to impose severe restrictions on the industry. The move will hurt patients, while enriching a handful […]

Dealing Desk: Gold Continues to Shine in Uncertain Times

by Rachel Stonier Gold Money

Goldmoney Wealth clients have been net selling all precious metals this week, with gold being the most actively traded. Clients have preferred vaults in London and Singapore, and have shown less preference for the Zurich, Hong Kong, and Toronto vaults.

Gold posted gains and held ground for its highest finish […]

The Secret $17 Billion Wall Street Shakedown: Are You a Victim?

by Zach Scheidt Daily Reckoning

“Look at this… Look at what they make you give!”

Those were the last words of “The Professor” from the 2002 film The Bourne Identity.

In the movie, Clive Owen’s character is sent to assassinate Jason Bourne, the hero. Both Bourne and the Professor have actually been brainwashed by a […]

Doug Casey Shares His Plan to Profit From the EU’s Coming Collapse

by Nick Giambruno International Man

[…] Nick Giambruno: The European Union is looking shakier by the day. Marine Le Pen wants France to leave the euro. And she has a real chance of winning the country’s presidential election later this month.

Eurosceptic parties like Le Pen’s Front National are the Continent’s populists. Donald Trump’s victory […]

Central Banks Have a $13 Trillion Problem

by Bill Bonner Acting Man

Paycheck to Paycheck

GUALFIN, ARGENTINA – The Dow was down 118 points on Wednesday. It should have been down a lot more. Of course, markets know more than we do. And maybe this market knows something that makes sense of these high prices. What we see are reasons to sell, […]