Category Archives: Syndicated Articles

Global Syndicated Articles

Here is where we also feature writing from others around the world. We don’t always agree with everything they have to say but we pick interesting commentary from the likes of James Rickards, Darryl Schoon, Stewart Thomson and many others.

Often giving our 2 cents worth on what they have to say too.

Latest Articles

Time to Board the Gold Stocks Train?

Casey Research’s Jeff Clark indicates that gold shares may well have separated from the broader US stock market.  Before we get to his thoughts, we’ve quickly plotted for an NZ comparison the largest gold stock on the New Zealand share market, Oceania Gold, versus the NZX50 index for the last 2 years. Oceania Gold versus […]

Fractional Gold and Silver Accounts

Darryl Schoon discusses how the explosive credit growth from 1982 to 2008 resulted in a “crack up boom” and then the flight into real values – i.e. gold –  began in 2001.  He warns of the eventual complete breakdown of the monetary system, however he also warns of the likely existence of fractional gold and silver accounts… FRACTIONAL GOLD AND SILVER ACCOUNTS […]

The Central Bankers Dilemma

Darryl Schoon doesn’t mince words and that’s what we like about him.  Here he gives some thoughts on Central Bankers and the crumbling of the system over which they preside as well as a video warning about the precious metals ETF’s, GLD and SLV… THE CENTRAL BANKER’S DILEMMA HOW TO RIDE A DYING ELEPHANT Economics isn’t […]

When will gold mining stocks really rise

Last week Gold was up while the Dow and every other stock market in the world plummeted.  Interestingly gold mining shares also were if not up, at least holding pretty steady.  A marked difference from previous times the broad markets have fallen, where the gold miners followed, or in the case of 2008 where the gold mining […]

Gold in Perspective the 1970’s compared to today

In a similar vein to our recent article When will you know it’s time to sell gold?, David Galland of Casey Research ponders the “is gold overvalued?” question.  He has a couple of great charts comparing the 1970’s to today… By David Galland, Managing Director, Casey Research As the price of gold rises and the inevitable […]

Professor Fekete and the Armageddon Signal

If you’ve been with us for a while you’ve heard before from Darryl Schoon.  In this, his latest article he draws on a couple of brilliant books that perhaps not too surprisingly – given their topics – had very little coverage.   In the process also covering Central Banks and gold manipulation, the Euro, and what might […]

The importance when Buying gold

How do you know when you have enough gold?  And should you just ignore the price you pay and simply count how many ounces you’ve accumulated instead?  Jeff Clark of Casey Research answers these important questions today.  He also touches on what form of gold you should buy…. By Jeff Clark, Casey’s Gold & Resource Report In […]

Will the US devalue the Dollar

Will the US inflate its way out of it’s debt problem or will it devalue the dollar?  Darryl Schoon explains the subtle differences of these two outcomes in this guest article.  We heard Darryl speak very eloquently last year (see our previous take on his lecture: China and the introduction of paper money) and his thoughts are worth following […]

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