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Jeff Clark

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The topic of de-dollarization has taken on new life, a result of major geopolitical conflicts around the world. And the ultimate act of de-dollarization would be a non-US country initiating a gold standard.
In 2001, the American Farm Bureau said the cost of the average Thanksgiving dinner was $35.08. Naturally, those costs, as well as gold and silver prices, have fluctuated over the past two decades.
A vaccine for Covid-19 is on the way, so gold investors should probably pack it in, right? After all, a valid and distributable vaccine will likely create euphoria, and push the stock market up and gold down. The economy will recover,...
Today, institutional participation – the enormous Wall St and global wealth management and investment firms and their clients from hedge funds to pension funds – in the gold market is minimal.
Most everyone you know is a member of a cult. It’s not their fault, and they didn’t consciously seek it out, but your friends and family and almost everyone you know and even come in contact with belong to a system that has brainwashed...
There are a few times in an investor’s life where, as Jim Rogers once put it, you see a pile of money sitting in a corner and you can go pick it up. In other words, an investment opportunity that’s not just obvious, but has a high reward-...
Given what’s happening in the markets, it’s time to look at the history of crashes in gold and silver. And just as important, to see what message we can glean about their recoveries.
We’ve seen this movie before. In the first three weeks of 2018, the S&P 500 gained 150 points. That was nearly a 6% gain in just 15 trading days. I told folks at the time, “Most investors would probably do well to cash out right here,...
I read a mainstream report about a decline in gold imports into Hong Kong, with the journalist concluding that gold demand in China is therefore down.
I was flying back from giving a presentation in Vancouver last week and browsed through the financial publications at an airport newsstand, scanning to see what passes as mainstream advice these days. I spotted Money Magazine’s May issue...

The term “carat” comes from “carob seed,” which was standard for weighing small quantities in the Middle East.

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