Written by Brian Sylvester
Eric Hommelberg has called a few in his day. In 2009, he predicted gold would reach $1,300/oz. the following year. And it did. But $1,800/oz. gold by the end of the year? Gold has recently come off its high of $1,580/oz., but Hommelberg, a principal of ValcambiGold.com, isn't discouraged. In this ...
Written by Anthony Wile
The Daily Bell is pleased to present an exclusive interview with Dr. Joseph Salerno.
Introduction: Dr. Joseph Salerno is a well-known American Austrian School economist and an active scholar and author in the areas of monetary theory, comparative economics, the history of economic thought and ...
Written by Brian Sylvester of The Gold Report
In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Doug Groh, senior analyst with Tocqueville Asset Management, likens the gold price to a mirror that reflects peoples' concerns about global economic and political events. And he likes what he sees in the long-term prospects for gold equities.
Written by Karen Roche of The Gold Report
Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp has adopted a new prospector-generator model portfolio with an emphasis on good people. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, he outlines the impact global volatility could have on junior mining companies.
Written by Ellen Brown
“Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. . . . We pay for a single fighter plane with a half million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with ...
Written by Daily Bell
IMF Warns of Greater Downside Risks to Global Economy ... The global economic recovery has slowed and downside risks have grown, amid weakness in the U.S. economy and fears about the fiscal situation in EUmembers such as Greece, and strong adjustments will be needed to ensure a return to growth, ...
Written by Daily Bell
Pandora shares make spectacular plunge below IPO ... It didn't take long before Pandora went from music to investors' ears to the stock market's version of fingernails on a blackboard. The money-losing online music service became the latest initial public offering to "break," or fall below its ...
Written by Ian Fletcher
Finally, a libertarian gets it.
This did not go over well with some of his followers.
Written by Dr. Antal Fekete
I welcome the Internet debate on the question whether the Mint should be opened to gold and silver. The latest contribution by Hugo Salinas Price, entitled Free Coinage of Gold and Silver – Then and Now(originally posted at www.gold-eagle.com, 9 June 2011), expresses doubts that such a measure, at ...