I always get a kick out of these articles that young writers put out when they try and tackle a subject such as gold and claim it’s in a “bubble.” To date, I have not seen one of them address the banking system mess our country is in (as well as the banks of Europe and soon most everywhere else). …Read More0
New Currency The Barackazillion – The Only Currency You’ll Ever Need
By: Doug Eberhardt Category: Gold Tags: Barackazillion, Budget deficit, Congressional Spending, Conservatives, Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve Notes, Gold, Monetary System, Money, national debt, silver, Tea Party
Introducing; the Barackazillion – The Only Currency You Will Ever Need – go to http://barackazillion.com/ and watch the video. “Money We Can Believe In” “As Good As Gold” For those who lean left, I would have done the same thing for Bush had I thought of it then – I am neither left nor right in my political views. I …Read More0
Bernanke’s Psychological Warfare On Gold and Silver
By: Doug Eberhardt Category: Gold Tags: austerity, Banks, Bernanke, Budget deficit, congress, debt, Economic stability, Federal Reserve, Gold, Government Spending, Inflation, medicare, silver, Stock Market, underfunded pensions, Unemployment
What Does the Price of Gold Do In Deflation? UPDATED 10/12/2010
By: Doug Eberhardt Category: Gold Tags: Budget deficit, Buy Gold and Silver Safely, Deflation, Frank Holmes, Gary North, Gold, Great Depression, Inflatio, Japanese Debt to GDP, Japanese Deflation, Peter Schiff, Roy Jastram, U.S. Dollar, YEN
The following three areas will be discussed in trying to decipher what the price of gold will do during deflation;
1. An analysis of Roy Jastram’s observations on gold and deflation.
2. A closer look at the 1929-1932 U.S. deflationary era and the possible flaw in Jastram’s analysis.
3. An analysis of what has happened with gold priced in Yen during the last decade of Japanese deflation.Read More4
Unemployment Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole Truth
By: Doug Eberhardt Category: Gold Tags: Budget deficit, Economy, Government Spending, unemplolyment
Which Would You Prefer, Higher Taxes or Higher Inflation?
By: Doug Eberhardt Category: Gold Tags: Budget deficit, Federal Reserve, GDP, Inflation, Recession, Ron Paul, Taxes, Trade deficit