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Jeff Clark | Sep 28, 2022

I attended the Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, Colorado last week. This is where the big boys and girls go—fund managers, institutional investors, bank analysts, top geologists, and CEOs of hundreds of mining companies (not just their investor relations people). It’s not your normal investment conference. There are presentations from companies and industry leaders, but it’s mostly one-on-one meetings with companies. I actually had to apply and be interviewed before I was accepted to attend. This is not really designed for the retail investor. But it was very productive, as I got to rub elbows with some of the more well-known and successful people in the industry (and some not so successful). It was also in a beautiful setting, an outdoor playground for skiers and hikers.

Jeff Thomas | Sep 19, 2022

In a previous article, Will Globalism Succeed, I described the likelihood of the success of the globalist plan to take over the world. My take on the question is that the plan will fail. But why should that be? Well let’s have a look at it.

Jeff Thomas | Sep 7, 2022

As the Great Unravelling progresses, we shall be seeing many negative developments, some of them unprecedented. Only a year ago, the average person was still hanging on to the belief that the world is in a state of recovery; that, however tentative, the economy was on the mend. And this is understandable. After all, the media have been doing a bangup job of explaining the situation in a way that treats recovery as a general assumption. The only point of discussion is the method applied to achieve the recovery, but the recovery itself is treated as a given. However, as thorough a distraction as the media (and the governments of the world) have provided, the average person has begun to recognise that something is fundamentally wrong. He now has a gut feeling that, even if he is not well-versed enough to describe in economic terms what is incorrect in the endless chatter he sees on his television, he now senses that the situation will not end well.

Jeff Thomas | Aug 23, 2022

In 1796, the US issued its first quarter dollar. On the obverse, it displayed the image of Lady Liberty and, above the image (in case there was any doubt about the message) the word LIBERTY was prominently displayed. The coin was minted from silver (90%) and copper (10%). Over the years, the design of the US quarter changed repeatedly. Then, in 1932, a new quarter (image #1, above) was issued that featured the image of American founding father George Washington. As before, the word, “LIBERTY” appeared above his image – a continuing reminder of the primary principle upon which the US was founded. And, as before, the coin was minted from silver (90%) and copper (10%). So far, so good.

Jeff Thomas | Aug 17, 2022

The image above is of a World War Two German Panzer tank. So, what does that have to do with tax havens? I’ll get to that soon. But first, let’s look at the Isle of Jersey, one of the islands in the English Channel. Most people think of it as a British tax haven, but it’s not, strictly speaking, a part of the UK and not a member of the EU. It’s a self-governing parliamentary democracy, under a constitutional monarchy, and has its own legal, judicial and, most importantly, financial systems. For decades, it’s been a choice location for those who seek to avoid taxation.

Jeff Clark | Aug 8, 2022

Convinced a recession is here? Worried the stock market isn’t done crashing? It’s a distinct possibility things could get worse. Which raises a natural question: how does gold—and all precious metals for that matter—perform during these events? If we use history as a guide, there’s a clear tendency with all of them…

Jeff Thomas | Jul 25, 2022

In truth, elected leaders do not seek to serve the public but to dominate them. Invariably, their recommendations for change will be whatever transfers greater power to themselves.

Jeff Clark | Jul 21, 2022

It was a rout. Other than oil and some commodities, virtually nothing was left unscathed last quarter. Our ITV report examines the performance of gold and other major asset classes during the second quarter of 2022, plus YTD. We also look at the conditions that could impact precious metals in the second half of the year.

Jeff Thomas | Jul 18, 2022

Years ago, Doug Casey mentioned in a correspondence to me, “Empires fall from grace with alarming speed.” Every now and then, you receive a comment that, although it may have been stated casually, has a lasting effect, as it offers uncommon insight. For me, this was one of those and it’s one that I’ve kept handy at my desk since that time, as a reminder.

Jeff Thomas | Jun 28, 2022

In the 18th century, America was made up primarily of people who, of necessity, had had to work hard. Had they not taken full responsibility for their own welfare, there was no one else to do it for them and they would have starved. As this was the case, anyone who did arrive on American shores who was unwilling to work and wanted others to provide for him, could expect to find no sympathy and might well starve. In the 19th century, the former colonies had become the United States. Expansion was underway and the young people of the 18th century became the entrepreneurs of the 19th century. In order to continue to get the menial tasks accomplished, millions of immigrants were needed. Those who were welcomed were those who were prepared to start at the bottom, often live in poor conditions, receive no entitlements and compete for even menial jobs. If they accepted these terms, they received the opportunity to immigrate and work...

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