November 14th, 2016 • In baseball, there are efficient and inefficient ways to obtain information. There are also false signals. Sitting in the stands as a young child, I learned quickly that there were a number of ways to obtain and interpret information. The same is true in
October 31st, 2016 • October 30, 2016 marks an important holiday in the Indian culture. Diwali begins. Diwali is one of the biggest festivals for Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains. It is a lavish celebration of the victory of light over darkness.
September 21st, 2016 • In the coming decades, America’s currency will surely continue to depreciate – possibly at an even higher rate. One way to reduce the uncertainty facing both parties who enter into a long-term financial arrangement is to employ what is called a “gol
September 1st, 2016 • The world monetary order is changing. Slowly but steadily, global trade and currency markets are becoming less dollar-centric. Formerly marginal currencies such as the Chinese yuan now stand to become serious competitors to U.S. dollar dominance.
August 25th, 2016 • Imagine if you asked a grocery clerk to break a $5 bill, and he charged you a 35 cent tax. Silly, right? After all, you were only exchanging one form of money for another.
$135,000 Gold-Backed Scholarship Fund Launched to Help Students Cope with Federal Reserve Induced Tuition Inflation
August 19th, 2016 • A major national precious metals dealer announced today the creation of the first gold-backed scholarship fund to support outstanding students who understand that gold is money and can articulate the failures of the inflation-creating Federal Reserve Syst
August 11th, 2016 • The Constitution of the United States of America is not merely a set of suggestions. So when the Constitution says, in Article I Section 10, “No state shall make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts”, it means exactly that.
July 12th, 2016 • An ever-expanding volume of fiat money has replaced sound money as the primary medium of exchange. Liberty-loving citizens, savers, and consumers who use Federal Reserve Notes (commonly referred to as “dollars”) in exchange for goods and services ALL