A 6 Step Plan for Trump to Make Our Money Great Again

Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States in January. Americans will then find out then if “Make America Great Again” is more than a campaign slogan. It isn’t going to be easy. On day one, he will inherit a $20 trillion federal deficit and a moribund economy increasingly … Read more »

Diwali, Lord Rama, and the Return of Gold from Exile

October 30, 2016 marks an important holiday in the Indian culture. Diwali begins. Diwali is one of the biggest festivals for Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains. It is a lavish celebration of the victory of light over darkness. Diwali celebrations entail gleaming candles, luxurious works of art, opulent feasts, and the observance of good over evil. … Read more »

It’s Time for a Renaissance of the Gold Clause Contract

Assuming you had the money, would you loan $10,000 to be paid back over 30 years plus 3% interest? What if inflation skyrocketed?  That would benefit the borrower and deeply harm you as the lender.  Even if you were repaid, the declining value of those repayments wouldn’t come close to making up for your loss … Read more »

Fiction, Fairy Tales, and Fiat

Fiction, Fairy Tales, and Fiat By Guy Christopher, Originally Published on Money Metals Exchange Do young Americans today know anything about economics? No, they don’t, according to a study during the 2016 presidential primary season, which says lots of other Americans don’t either. The survey found 58% of millennials favor government-run socialism (statistically 6 out … Read more »

$135,000 Gold-Backed Scholarship Fund Launched to Help Students Cope with Federal Reserve Induced Tuition Inflation

A major national precious metals dealer announced today the creation of the first gold-backed scholarship fund to support outstanding students who understand that gold is money and can articulate the failures of the inflation-creating Federal Reserve System. Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer recently ranked “Best in the USA,” teamed up with the … Read more »

The Curious Case of Vanishing Lady Liberty; Only Gold and Silver Remember Her

By Guy Christopher, Originally Published on Money Metals Exchange The very first word anyone ever saw on a circulating United States coin was the word “LIBERTY.” From half-cents to silver dollars, each featured the likeness of an unnamed woman. The images varied, thanks to different engravers, but together they became recognized as Lady Liberty. Many, … Read more »

Greenspan, Gold, and the Banality of Evil

By Stefan Gleason and Jp Cortez, Originally Published on Money Metals Exchange Under certain circumstances, seemingly decent human beings are capable of horrific things. So it is with Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who parlayed his sound money bona fides into the top post at America’s private banking cartel and current issuer of our … Read more »

Silver Spikes to 22 Month High, Driven By “Heightened Volatility, Lingering Uncertainty”

There’s nothing like a crisis to drive market prices. This time around, with the very future of currencies and nations directly intertwined, gold and silver are poised to be the very bastion of neutrality and relative safety. A Switzerland amid a global currency war. It was no surprise to see gold increasing as a result … Read more »

What Can Gold Do for Our Money?

One of the chief virtues of a gold standard is that it serves as a restraint on the growth of money and credit. It makes runaway government deficit spending and major monetary catastrophes such as hyperinflation practically impossible. Opponents of a gold standard can’t defend the political malpractices that are enabled by a fiat currency … Read more »

Securing Our Money through Currency Competition

By Jp Cortez of Sound Money Defense League Competition is a good thing. It brings out the best in athletes. It brings out the best in students. It brings out the best in companies. Since monopolies remove the positive effects of competition, however, it makes sense to reexamine one of the most detrimental monopolies that … Read more »