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Now that Russia has come right out and said it will only transact in Rubles when selling oil to "unfriendly" nations, I'm expecting gold to be the next safe haven for the nation to fall back on, as it desperately tries to backstop both its curr

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In this week's Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire is joined by Dr Stephen Leeb, a renowned American economist and a financial author to discuss how China's growing prosperity affects the global economy, as the superpower's appetite for gold-ba

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We all know the problem: in the coming dystopia of social credit scores and central bank digital currencies, our ability to buy and sell will be at the mercy of the criminals in government. . . .

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Thursday, November 29, 2001 felt like any other day in Argentina. People woke up, went to work, and lived their lives. There was nothing really unusual about that day, everything seemed fine.

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The Fed in general is studying the plausibility of releasing a U.S. digital currency. It has said that a digital currency would not be intended to replace cash, in spite of a mountain of global evidence that cash is in the crosshairs for extinction.