Posts Tagged ‘gold

17
May
10

good schtuff from dr. paul

if only all his TV appearences were this concise…..

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13
May
10

this gold bull market is a sign of our JOKE equity markets…

pointed this out months ago that gold has outperformed S&P500 for last 10 years…Gold is NOT productive and can’t be considered a good sign for our future.

from: http://www.businessinsider.com/is-the-sp-as-measured-in-gold-the-ultimate-sign-of-the-feds-bluff-being-called-2010-5

07
Mar
10

inflation of stocks argument by don luskin

excerpt: 

05
Dec
09

another anti-fed anti-dollar article in wsj

2 years ago these articles were only on fringe ‘tin foil hat’ websites…now their on wsj every week…

excerpt:

 “The nets came down on Wall Street, too. As the idea took hold that the Fed could meet any serious crisis by carpeting the nation with dollar bills, bankers and brokers took more risks. New forms of business organization encouraged more borrowing. New inflationary vistas opened.”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704342404574575761660481996.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_RIGHTTopCarousel

15
Jul
09

the bernanke bubble

great wsj on how the stock market ‘rally’ of the past 6 months is nothing more than a massive money bubble inflating stocks & commodities.

excerpt:

“In mid-May, Mr. Bernanke’s outlook seemed to change. Maybe he didn’t approve of the sharp housing rebound — like we need more houses! Maybe he saw inflation in commodity prices — oil popping to $72 from $35. Or, more likely, he finally realized that he was the market and took his foot off the money accelerator, as evidenced in the contracting monetary base (see nearby chart). Sure enough, things rolled over — the market dropped 7.5% from its peak, oil prices dropped almost 17%, and even gold has lost some of its luster. But in July, the Fed started buying again and the market rallied.”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124762005061042587.html

12
Feb
09

Is this article from 1930 or today?

Excerpt: “Too much fiat money results in inflation — which pools in certain sectors at first, such as housing or financial assets, but ultimately raises prices in general.

Inflation is the enemy of capitalism, chiseling away at the foundation of free markets and the laws of supply and demand. It distorts price signals, making retailers look like profiteers and deceiving workers into thinking their wages have gone up. It pushes families into higher income tax brackets without increasing their real consumption opportunities.”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123440593696275773.html#printMode

24
Nov
08

more doom and gloom from peter schiff

he’s definitely a mini ron paul broken record but he has been one of a handful of a analysts that have predicted this mess.

part 1

part 2




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