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A Free Lunch Exists—for Some People

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Most of us understand “there’s no free lunch.” Someone must pay for the products and services we use. The acronym is TANSTAAFL, or “There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch.” The saying...

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Fat tailed put option and the ultimate call…!

If one offered investors a fat tail put option that never decays or expires, costs about -1% pa to carry, has no counter party risk & no chance of ever becoming worthless, there would be a line out the door. But when one explains that this option is physical gold… no...

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Red Pill Realities

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. We can face reality by swallowing the “red pill” (from the movie “The Matrix). This choice is uncomfortable because it opposes the propaganda from mainstream media, government...

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Truth, Lies and Inflation

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Christopher Whalen wrote “Trump is Right to Blow Up the Fed.” He stated: “Anybody who cares to read the 1978 Humphrey Hawkins law will know that the Fed is directed by Congress to seek...

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China’s “weight”

A couple of topics for you today that are connected, obvious, yet not understood or even contemplated at this point. First, have you ever wondered why the names of many fiat currencies refer to "weight"? Such as the Peso, Peseta, Lira, or Pound amongst many others?...

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Silver Now – Eight Years Later

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Eight years ago, silver reached $48 per ounce. COMEX changed the margin requirements, and others dumped thousands of paper contracts on the COMEX market to smash prices lower. They...

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Much Higher Gold Prices are NOT Crazy

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Egon von Greyerz discussed “3 Dozen Reasons to Hold Gold” and mentioned price targets of $30,000 for gold and $3,000 for silver. Gold sells for $1,310 and silver sells in the mid-$15s....

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And they call us the crazies?

We posted this article over the weekend ...and they call us the crazies? Let's look at this from a very broad standpoint because if anything displays where we are as a world, financial and otherwise is captured right here! So, a bond offering with "the worst ever"...

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Laws of Investing

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Lance Roberts listed James Montier’s 7-Immutable Laws of Investing. They are: Always insist on a margin of safety. This time is never different. Be patient and wait for the fat pitch. Be...

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Show Me the Money!

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. I’ll show you the real money. It looks like this: Those circulating dollar bills, euros, pounds, and yen are DEBTS (notes) issued by central banks to extract wealth from citizens and the...

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One Begins To Wonder…Will It Ever End?

David's Commentary: It should come as no surprise that gold and its sibling, silver, have been pulling back recently. I have written several articles recently that built the case that for gold to move up two things need to happen. The stock market has to fall and the...

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The Magic Money Tree

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Our Current Financial Circumstances: The U.S. is $22 trillion in debt and burdened with $100 - $200 trillion more in unfunded liabilities. Just to pay the interest the U.S. must borrow....

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Tesla – The Next Enron?

Written by Chris Marcus of Miles Franklin As the Austrian economists have long pointed out, one of the things that commonly happens during periods of credit expansion is that the easy money leads to malinvestment. Which is usually revealed later on when the credit is...

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“What” would you sell your gold for?

Over the years, I believe I've written on this topic three or four times but now it is even more relevant. "What" would you sell your gold for? The question is not "why" because the answer to this could be far ranging and differs by individual. You might want or even...

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Some Holes In the Fed’s Story

Written by Chris Marcus of Miles Franklin While many in the financial markets often take what the Federal Reserve says as gospel, given everything that's occurred over the past decade, it's worth considering a few unanswered questions that the central bank has yet to...

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Camping Out in Crazy Town

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Thoughts: Some economic and political policies have been crazy for so long they almost look sensible. Long-term crazy does not mean policies can’t become sensible again. Gold and silver...

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David Morgan Explains Low Silver Price

Written by Chris Marcus of Miles Franklin At this year’s Anarchapulco conference, David Morgan, one of the world’s leading experts on the silver market was asked why he thinks the price of silver is as low as it is. And simply put, his answer confirmed what is...

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Debt and Devaluations – The Big Picture

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson, the Deviant Investor. The opinions are his. The Big Picture: The banking cartel, central banks and governments create debts - dollars, yen, pounds, and euros and inject them into economies. Those new currency...

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