Written by Zig Lambo of The Gold Report
While the markets have been on edge for the past year or so and have left most investors bewildered as to what to do next, portfolio manager and author John Stephenson thinks that the course is set for higher gold prices. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report,Stephenson explains why he ...
Written by Daily Bell
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Doug Casey.
Introduction: Doug Casey has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV shows and has been the subject of articles in People, US, Time, Forbes, The Washington Postand numerous other publications. For nearly three decades, ...
Written by J.D. Foster
The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee announced today that it would pursue $40 billion in additional monthly stimulus in the form of quantitative easing. Meanwhile, it will maintain its previous program of exchanging about $45 billion monthly in short-for-long-term securities. Quantitative ...
Written by American Dream
Thanks Obama - Here Are 24 Stats That Show How Much You Have Royally Messed Up Our Economy Under Barack Obama, the U.S. economy has performed worse than it did under any other president since the end of the Great Depression.
Written by Zig Lambo of The Gold Repor
The lack of excitement haunting the precious metals and mining shares markets over the past year is expected to change in the next few months, according to Michael Fowler, senior mining analyst with Loewen, Ondaatje, McCutcheon Ltd. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report,he explains why ...
Written by with Anthony Wile, The Daily Bell
"ONLY PHYSICAL gold and silver meet the criterion of "money," as PROVEN by the fact that EVERY fiat currency in history has collapsed...." Andy Hoffman
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Andy Hoffman.
Introduction:Andrew ("Andy") Hoffman, CFA joined Miles ...
Written by The Daily Bell
European equities rose and peripheral bond yields fell on Friday on growing expectations of ECB action to bring down Spanish and Italian borrowing costs, but concerns about possible German opposition to such a move kept risk appetite in check. Euro zone governments and the European Central ...
Written by William McBride and Philip Dittmer
International business taxation and its role in outsourcing are heating up as major election-year political issues. At a campaign stop in Cincinnati last week, President Obama cited a new report as evidence that Mitt Romney’s territorial tax reform proposal would push jobs abroad:
Written by American Dream
The economic crisis that is sweeping Europe is starting to hit Britain really hard. Over the last couple of years economists have been warning that we can't let the "contagion" spread from troubled nations such as Greece and Portugal to the rest of Europe. Well, it is too late for that ...