The unilateral response from governments to the coronavirus is to helicopter money to people and their businesses in unlimited quantities. Their priority is to keep the debt-driven Keynesian show on the road, and policy makers are approaching the tas
Dear Jay Powell, you have a problem...
It finally happened.
The bucks don't stop anywhere
'Mystery Chart' time...
The stock market is rallying, VIX is falling, and bond yields are rising modestly following The Fed's decision to reinstate its Commercial Paper bailout facility (CPFF).
What a week we just had in the precious metals market.
The EU and euro face a sudden deterioration in economic conditions due to the coronavirus, which seems certain to widen the differences between Germany and the spendthrift Mediterranean members.
Following reports that Beijing had "quarantined" dirty cash, the Federal Reserve is now doing the same out of fear that dollars in circulation from Asia could contain Covid-19, reported Reuters.
Falling equity markets this week are likely to signal the onset of a bear market, responding to a combination of the coronavirus spreading beyond China and persistent indications of a developing recession.
With the coronavirus sweeping across Europe and the US preoccupied with the Democratic Primary and all of its attendant drama, we haven't heard much from the UK and it's ongoing struggle to forge an equitable post-Brexit relationship with the EU.
The Young Russian Math Genius Behind the #2 Cryptocurrency, Ethereum, and His Plans for a 'Democratizing World Computer' - (Vitalik Buterin)
Thanks to the Federal Reserve, the idea that you can go into a store and anonymously purchase something with cash might soon be obsolete.
Yes, the blockchain is truly revolutionary.
Yen Crashes Near Record Lows Against Gold
Back in 2014 the Bank of England became the first central bank to publish research on digital currencies through their quarterly bulletin (Innovations in payment technologies and the emergence of digital currencies).
Create your custom SLP Tokens, Thoughts on Kraken and Bitpay, Dubai plans to launch a Crypto Valley
Which would result in deflation. As prices drop, savings increase for the worker and their family. This builds wealth. Energy costs too are now an important component of the cost mechanism for any product. Energy costs will also drop as a result of
Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott of The Liberty Advisor about recent talks at Davos where the Brazilian Economy Minister Paulo Guedes told global financial giants attending the WEF that he sees very few currencies in 20 or 30 years. In fact, he
A short story about a world in which everyone is happily chained to the blockchain.
The World Economic Forum (WEF), along with some of the world's major central banks, created a central bank digital currency (CBDG) policymaker toolkit to guide authorities through the design (and control) over digital currency. The world's banks
The World Economic Forum (WEF) -- together with some of the world's major central banks -- has created a central bank digital currency (CBDC) policymaker toolkit.
TN has documented the headlong rush of Central Banks toward digital/blockchain currency in order to replace physical currencies. This will be the new financial system for Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. ? TN Editor
Throughout 2019 I posted numerous articles on the subject of central bank digital currency (CBDC's) and how simultaneous reforms of payment systems throughout the world are being undertaken in preparation for the full digitisation of money.
The efficacy of a metallic monetary system is beyond dispute at least among real economists which eliminates just about 95% of whom are now engaged in the "profession."
As usual in bull phases, silver had the greatest surge, rising by 452% from its lows during the Great Recession. Gold's ascent was less spectacular, but it nonetheless vaulted almost 170% from where it bottomed in late 2008.
For most of this decade owning gold and gold-related investments has required the patience of Job, and the sector is so obscure that it is hard to be sure of anything.
A decade or more ago, I began to discuss with associates the possibility of governments and banks colluding to eliminate physical cash. Back then, the idea struck most everyone as poppycock, that governments could never get away with it.
It seems like Youtube is up to some serious censorship and they are doing it under the cover of Christmas! They are applying strikes and removing entire channels that cover a particular topic
Last week we reported that something strange was going on at the same time that central banks are injecting $100 billion each month in electronic money to crush volatility and ramp markets: a similar amount in physical currency and precious metals wa