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The American Experience Period 5: Inflation of 1933-1997 Duration: 64 years Commodity Prices: +1013% Purchasing Power of Gold: +51% Monetary System: Gold Exchange Standard, then Fiat
The American Experience Period 4:Deflation of 1920-1933 Duration: 13 years Commodity Prices: -69% Purchasing Power of Gold: +251% Monetary System: Gold Exchange Standard England suffered more during the first part of this...
The American Experience Period 3: Inflation of 1897-1920 Duration: 23 years Commodity Prices: +232% Purchasing Power of Gold: -70% Monetary System: Classic Gold Standard
When our November 1996 issue of our monthly market letter and our daily research first published our Dow projection of 9654 +/- 1 1/2%, the time frame that this level would be reached -- if it were even to be reached at all -- was perhaps...
The American Experience Period 2: Deflation of 1864-1897 Duration: 33 years Commodity Prices: -65% Purchasing Power of Gold: +40% Monetary System: Fiat, then Gold Standard
As the U.S. stock market stages is proverbial so-called "Santa Claus Rally," we can peer through the surface at what might lie ahead for investors after the holidays. For those who have been reading our analysis, some if what lies ahead...
If you're a stock market bull, you might be interested in the fact that a growing number of investors are ignoring worsening fundamental events and simply buying stock. Already knew that, you say? Since the October low in stock prices,...
To briefly review where we left off in part III of Gold In A Deflationary Economy, wholesale prices are used to measure Commodity Prices (the Index is called "CP") since there are consistently well-recognized wholesale price indices...
Although our own database goes back 200 years, the Jastram study is the best to use not only because it contains data back to the year 1560, but because Jastram was able to keep the basket of commodities he used consistent from 1560-1976,...
In his 1841 book, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, Charles MacKay describes several investment schemes gone awry, including Tulipmania, the Dutch flower frenzy that redefined European garden styles while making...
Seventy-five percent of all gold in circulation has been extracted since 1910

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