Written by Peter Schiff
The most puzzling part of the investment business is seeing how the vast and largely economically illiterate masses interpret any given piece of news. Take the recent gold selloff: many large players were motivated to sell by news that Cyprus will have to liquidate its gold stockpiles to pay off ...
Written by Sally Lowder
Copper and nickel are two metals modern society cannot get enough of, but there is not enough to go around, says Rick Mills, publisher of Ahead of the Herd. Add in mounting production costs and you have a supply-and-demand disaster in the making. But when it comes to making fiberglass and ...
Written by Peter Byrne
The Gold Report: How has your bullish view on the gold sector evolved as a series of crises has jolted both the international stock market and the price of gold?
Greg Orrell:First off, my belief in gold as a monetary asset has not wavered. Japan basically admitted that it is bankrupt with its ...
Written by Ludwig von Mises
Excerpted from chapter 11 of Omnipotent Government by Ludwig von Mises.]
The gold standard was an international standard. It safeguarded the stability of foreign exchange rates. It was a corollary of free trade and of the international division of labor. Therefore those who favored etatism ...
Written by Robert Bluey and Kelsey Harris
The U.S. Senate is debating the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act. It’s a bill that would result in the taxation of Internet sales, driving up costs for consumers. The legislation cleared a procedural hurdle Monday and could have a floor vote by Thursday.
Written by Anthony Wile and Hugo Salinas Price
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Hugo Salinas Price.
Introduction: Hugo Salinas Price is a successful, retired businessman who lives in Mexico. He has been a follower of the Austrian School of Economics since his youth. He has written three books in Spanish on ...
Written by John Goodman
Take something really far out. Suppose we repealed the law against murder. Would the murder rate go up or down? For the vast, ...
Written by Christopher Westley
Picture a mono-racial New York metropolitan area with a fraction of the murders, if you can. Add in unreadable signs and buildings and infrastructure completed in 1960 or later. Then you might have a picture Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea and, quite possibly, the new center of global ...
Written by George Reisman, Ph.D
Runaway government spending is among the most important economic problems of our time. It is absolutely urgent that it be brought under control and progressively reduced until it is sufficient to provide for no more than the essential government functions of defense and justice. Only then will the ...