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Next week on KFYI in Phoenix, I am beginning a series of radio commercials to alert listeners to some of the major economic events taking place around the world. These events will have a powerful impact on gold and silver.  You can...
We talk a lot about buying gold for safety.   To protect your wealth, with governments out of control, running huge deficits and printing money like crazy, we recommend people move to safety with gold, the world’s most enduring form of money.
Market bubbles don’t just happen.  They are the result of the government or its financial arm artificially creating excesses money and credit conditions.  Fractional reserve banking, policies like Quantitative Easing, outright money printing, and interest rate manipulations are the tools they use to create...
Have you noticed that practically nobody in Washington talks about the national debt anymore? Not so long ago there were committees of concern about the national debt, national debt commissions, people signing petitions, and coalitions in Congress to rein...
Many of our clients are buying silver.   Today we’d like to share with you one reason they are doing so and why we think it is a very good idea right now for you, too! Most...
Stocks Down, Gold Up! As September was winding down, we warned you about the risk of a coming sell-off in stocks, the seasonal danger known as the October Effect: “We believe the stock market is being floated on Fed policy and...
The World Gold Council’s report on gold demand in the third quarter of this year (July-August-September) is out. It highlights growing gold demand from Exchange Traded Funds
Money printing jumps… World debt dangers… US deficit balloons… Consumers grow wary… Rich investors prepare for stock market troubles.  Here’s some of the latest news about the fundamentals that drive gold and silver prices higher over time.   Money Supply...
Gold is up.  Stocks are down.  At RME Gold, we’re in the business of helping people protect their wealth and prosper, so we don’t like to see anyone lose money. But some good can come out of this week’s treacherous stock market:  It is proving to be a wakeup call for...
Negative interest rates, the enthusiasm of central bankers near and far, are so self-evidently deranged, so utterly nuts, that we don’t feel obligated to say anything more about them that what we have already said here, here, and here. But what...