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Best Quotes of February 2009

by John Rubino on March 1, 2009 · 0 comments

Philipp Bagus and Markus H. Schiml, Ludwig von Mises Institute Only two things can save the Fed at this point. One is a bailout by the federal government. This recapitalization could be financed by taxes or by monetizing government debt in another blow to the value of the currency. The other possibility is concealed in […]

Best Quotes of January 2009

by John Rubino on February 1, 2009 · 0 comments

Paco Alhgrin, Seeking Alpha Here, I’ll simplify it: your government, through Legal Tender laws, is forcing you to use dollars to navigate the economy in which you reside. It is then printing this currency with reckless abandon. Finally, the same government is issuing more debt than ever before in history, which it will loan to […]

Best Quotes of December 2008

by John Rubino on January 3, 2009 · 0 comments

Adrian Ash, Bullion Vault ‘No Inflation, Constant Expansion’ was a misnomer to start with, the lie of the first half undone by the scam of the second. Plenty more academics (most of them policy-wonks, too) also stepped up to put a name on that era, variously calling it “The Great Moderation” (Ben Bernanke) or “Great […]

Best Quotes of November 2008

by John Rubino on December 1, 2008 · 0 comments

Jeffrey Christian, CPM Group At the end of the de-leveraging, you will see a divergence between gold and silver on the one hand and industrial commodities on the other. Even today we have this very strong demand for physical gold and silver globally, from India to the Middle East to America. Once the de-leveraging ends, […]

Best Quotes of October 2008

by John Rubino on November 1, 2008 · 0 comments

Ted Butler, Investment Rarities Maybe one in a million of the world’s citizens realizes that there is much more gold in existence than there is silver. If sufficient numbers of people knew this fact, gold would not be 75 times the price of silver. In fact, gold might be a lot less than 16 times […]

Best Quotes of September 2008

by John Rubino on October 1, 2008 · 0 comments

Ty Andros, Tedbits The greatest transfer of wealth from those that store their wealth in paper to those that don’t is unfolding. ALL markets will have to price in the reality that the G7 in general and the financial and banking industries in particular (there are exceptions to this) are INSOLVENT. Rather than default through […]

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