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Sound Money Showdown Underway in U.S. States

August 6th, 2019 • Policies relating to sound money have been the subject of substantial debate at the state level this year, with bills, hearings, and/or votes taking place in nearly a dozen legislatures. As most state legislatures have now wrapped up their work for the y

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After Fed Disappoints, Will Trump Initiate Currency Intervention?

August 1st, 2019 • Following months of cajoling by the White House, the Federal Reserve finally cut its benchmark interest rate. However, the reaction in equity and currency markets was not the one President Donald Trump wanted – or many traders anticipated.

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Financial Media Elite Defensively Bash “Useless” Gold

July 23rd, 2019 • At least the Financial Times now has come clean about its hostility to gold – as well as to free markets and elementary journalism.

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Taxpayers in Ohio Get Screwed Again by a Rare Coin Scammer...

July 22nd, 2019 • It’s bad enough when bait-and-switch “rare” coin dealers stick it to naive customers. But when one of those shady peddlers got involved with politicians in the state of Ohio more than 15 years ago, it was a major statewide scandal. And the fallout c

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Monetary Metals Don’t Need a "Gold Standard" Proxy System

July 17th, 2019 • President Trump moved recently to nominate an avowed sound money advocate, Judy Shelton, to the Federal Reserve Board. That triggered a flurry of superficial and derisive references in the controlled media to Shelton’s past support of a gold standard.

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The Hidden Reason Why Fed Chairman Powell and "Systemically Important" Banks Oppose a Gold Standard

July 12th, 2019 • Chairman Powell’s testimony this week was closely scrutinized not just for its economic implications but also for its political overtones.

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Government-Pumped Student Loan Bubble Sets Up Next Financial Crisis

July 9th, 2019 • Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are promising as much as $1.6 trillion in student debt forgiveness for millions of borrowers. Critics smell a cynical campaign ploy to try to buy the youth vote.

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Big Tech, Big Banks Push for “Cashless Society”

June 26th, 2019 • The War on Cash isn’t a conspiracy theory. It’s an open agenda. It’s being driven by an alignment of interests among bankers, central bankers, politicians, and Silicon Valley moguls who stand to benefit from an all-digital economy.

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Money Metals Exclusive Interview with Business Titan and Former Presidential Candidate Steve Forbes

June 18th, 2019 • Don't Miss This Money Metals Exclusive Interview with a Business Titan, Former Presidential Candidate

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Socialism 2020? How the Presidential Election Could Affect the Gold Market

June 18th, 2019 • The 2020 presidential election is already shaping up to be one of the most bitterly contested in history. The outcome could have enormous ramifications for all asset markets, including precious metals.

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