Archives for April, 2016

Weekend Edition: Yes, the Dollar Should Be Backed by Gold…

Editor’s Note: A few simple changes could eliminate the money problems facing the United States. In today’s Weekend Edition, Agora founder Bill Bonner proposes ways to take the country back to a traditional and sensible money system. One where people could decide for themselves what kind of money they wanted to use, save, spend, or lend… […]

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Weekend Edition: Why Bankers HATE It When You Hold Cash

Editor’s Note: Bankers are worried you have “too much cash.” Agora founder Bill Bonner recently had an eye-opening talk with local bankers. In today’s Weekend Edition, Bill tells us what happened when the bankers tried to persuade him borrow money… Bill originally wrote this essay on April 5, 2016, in Bill Bonner’s Diary. By Bill Bonner, editor, The […]

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Doug Casey: The Real Problem is Government

I give a good number of speeches each year. For some time I’ve asked audiences a question: “What useful purpose does the U.S. government serve?” I do that not to be challenging or provocative, but to actually find out if anyone else can think of a useful purpose the government serves. The question at first […]

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R.I.P. America’s Coal Industry

The last pillar of America’s coal industry has fallen… Yesterday, Peabody Energy (BTU), the largest U.S. coal miner, filed for bankruptcy. Its stock has stopped trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Peabody was the last major U.S. coal miner still standing. Arch Coal, Alpha Natural Resources, Patriot Coal, and Walter Energy all filed bankruptcy […]

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Here’s Why Gold Stocks Are a Speculator’s Dream Right Now

Gold and silver are making fresh new highs. If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know gold has soared this year. It’s up 18%, making it the year’s top performing commodity. Gold’s big move has triggered an explosive rally in gold miners. The Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX), which tracks large gold miners, has […]

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Here’s Why Gold Stocks Are a Speculator’s Dream Right Now

Gold and silver are making fresh new highs. If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know gold has soared this year. It’s up 18%, making it the year’s top performing commodity. Gold’s big move has triggered an explosive rally in gold miners. The Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX), which tracks large gold miners, has […]

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Foreign Real Estate Is the New Swiss Bank Account

Financial privacy is dead. You should assume that, sooner or later, all the details of your financial life will land in a government computer—if they haven’t already—and plan accordingly. A record of pretty much every penny you earn, save and spend is permanently stored somewhere. And the government could retrieve that information if it wanted […]

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How to Profit as the New Gold Standard Takes Hold

Has Doug Casey convinced the government to bring back the gold standard? Over the past two weeks, Doug has been working on a special project. He’s spent a lot of time with high-ranking government officials, trying to persuade them to back the currency with gold. Believe it or not, the government is taking Doug’s ideas […]

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Our Key Advice on Buying Gold Stocks

Editor’s Note: If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know Casey Research founder Doug Casey believes we’re at the start of a gold “mania.” In the coming years, he expects certain gold stocks to rise 500%, 1,000%, 2,000%, or more. In Friday’s Dispatch, our gold stock guru Louis James explained how he finds gold stocks […]

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The Nature of a Career Politician

Recently, David Cameron presented to the British public his White Paper on whether the UK should remain in the EU, in preparation for the June referendum. For those who are unfamiliar with the referendum, it’s intended to resolve the degree to which the UK caves to an unelected uber-government in Brussels in trade for purported […]

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