Money

  • The Curious Case of Vanishing Lady Liberty (7/15/2016) - Only Gold and Silver Remember Her By Guy Christopher, Originally Published on Money Metals Exchange July 15, 2016—The very first word anyone ever saw on a circulating United States coin was the word “LIBERTY.” From […]
  • Corrupt Politicians and Corrupted Money Go Hand in Hand (7/12/2016) - By Clint Siegner, Money Metals Exchange “Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion – when you see that in order to […]
  • Greenspan, Gold, and the Banality of Evil (7/11/2016) - By Stefan Gleason, Originally Published on Money Metals Exchange July 11, 2016—Under certain circumstances, seemingly decent human beings are capable of horrific things. So it is with Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who parlayed […]
  • The Fed and the 2008 Housing Crash: The Libertarian Angle (6/21/2016) - June 21, 2016—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling of the Future of Freedom Foundation explain how the economy is driven by interest rates, specifically driven into the ground by the […]
  • Food Stamps ‘Glitches’ Keep Happening: Riots to Follow? (6/9/2016) - Photo credit Flickr June 9, 2016—Over 2,700 instances of government benefits failing to electronically transfer have occurred so far this year, according to a count of reports on downdetector.com by Zero Hedge. While there is […]
  • Obama Says Stop Spreading ‘Myth of Crazy Liberal Govt Spending’ (6/3/2016) - June 3, 2016—In under two minutes, Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, demolishes President Obama’s Thursday castigation against critics of endless government high-rolling. Well, President Obama has waded into the presidential race with […]
  • Trump Exposes Debt/Inflation System, But What’s the Solution? (5/24/2016) - May 24, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, shows how Donald Trump’s politically incorrect approach to debt and inflation doesn’t quite address the true solution. One of the issues that is bound […]
  • Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Trump & Clinton’s Protectionist Policies Won’t Fix Our Economy (5/23/2016) - May 23, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, used his latest video tidbit to talk about something both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hate: free trade. One of the big issues in […]
  • trump federal reserve Trump on Debt and The Fed: A Caricature of Both Major Parties (5/10/2016) - May 10, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, covers the latest chapter in Donald Trump’s campaign, once again upsetting much of the establishment, while ultimately supporting the status quo. Yesterday I wrote […]
  • Taxation is Theft: The Libertarian Angle (4/21/2016) - April 21, 2016—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling of the Future of Freedom Foundation consider the income tax and conclude it ought to be abolished. After all, taxation is theft. […]
  • End the Fed Before a Bust is Blamed on Scapegoats (4/20/2016) - April 20, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, wants to end the Fed, because it facilitates political power that unfairly punishes marginalized groups for economic downturns caused by excess bank credit. One […]
  • States Rolling Back Taxes on Constitutional Sound Money (4/14/2016) - by JP Cortez April 14, 2016—Imagine if you asked a grocery clerk to break a $5 bill and he charged you a 35 cent in tax. Unfair, right? After all, you were only exchanging one […]
  • How Unsound Money Fuels Unsound Government Spending (4/7/2016) - by Stefan Gleason April 7, 2016—Sound money advocates are often hit with the charge of being “doom and gloomers.” Yes, we do warn that unsound monetary policies enable unsustainable fiscal commitments, which will lead eventually […]
  • Envy and Covetousness: How ‘The Rich’ Are Scapegoated (4/7/2016) - April 7, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, questions the premise of the welfare society and finds an unflattering truth about those who demonize the rich. Like what you’re reading? Keep VoicesofLiberty.com […]
  • Americans Spend More on Taxes Than Food, Clothing, Shelter COMBINED (4/6/2016) - April 6, 2016—The Tax Foundation has released a report showing that not only will Americans pay more in taxes in 2016 than they will for necessities such as food, clothing, and shelter, but that Americans are […]
  • The Libertarian Angle: Why End the Fed? (4/6/2016) - April 6, 2016—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling of the Future of Freedom Foundation look at the history of the Federal Reserve and explain the economics behind the movement to End the […]
  • Abolish the Fed: Why No Presidential Candidate Will Bring It Up (4/4/2016) - April 4, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, knows why no 2016 presidential candidate will address the Federal Reserve. But if Americans realized what was really going on, maybe they would demand […]
  • $1.2T in, $1.6T out: Record 2016 Tax Revenue No Cure for Gov Greed (3/11/2016) - March 11, 2016—Tax victims sent more of their earnings to the federal government in the first five months of the 2016 fiscal year than ever before. But aggressively confiscating an all-time record amount of wealth […]
  • HORNBERGER: Why Donating to Candidates is a Waste of Money (3/9/2016) - March 9, 2016—Jacob Hornberger, president of the Future of Freedom Foundation, offers financial advice to those who make political donations in the pursuit of liberty. One thing is certain about this presidential campaign. There’s been […]
  • Understanding the Federal Reserve Shell Game (3/4/2016) - March 4, 2016—The Federal Reserve is a key component of the American Transfer State. Under the guise of “macroeconomic management,” it redistributes vast amounts of wealth on an ongoing basis through inflation. The victims of […]
  • Milton Friedman’s Economics: The Libertarian Angle (3/1/2016) - March 1, 2016—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling of the Future of Freedom Foundation return to the history of economic thought, with special attention on Milton Friedman. Check out the […]
  • Central Banks Running Amok: More Money Printing on the Way (2/25/2016) - February 25, 2016—As if the world weren’t already awash in trillions of dollars, euros, and yen conjured up out of thin air, central bankers and politicians around the world are gearing up for yet another […]
  • Japanese Hoard Cash in Response to Negative Interest Rates (2/24/2016) - By Paul-Martin Foss February 24, 2016—In response to the Bank of Japan’s introduction of negative interest rates, the Wall Street Journal reports that sales of personal safes to store hoarded cash are soaring. It’s an […]
  • The Escalating War on Cash and What It Means For Metals (2/23/2016) - By Clint Siegner, Money Metals Exchange February 23, 2016—Government bureaucrats, central bankers, and Wall Street executives all have their own reasons for hating the cash in your wallet. So, no surprise, they are working closely […]
  • War on Cash: Time to Start Hoarding Benjamins (2/17/2016) - February 17, 2016—Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has come out in favor of eliminating the $100 bill. Following on the European Central Bank’s decision to scrap the €500 note, it is clear that the international […]
  • Digital Revolution: The Dangers of Electronic Currencies (2/15/2016) - February 15, 2016—We live in a world in which more and more things happen electronically. It is now possible to buy all your clothes online, all your books, all your food, and have them all […]
  • Will Banking Be Treated as a Public Utility? (2/12/2016) - February 12, 2016—Banking today is not the same as it was 100, 50, or even 20 years ago. The next 20 years will see even more changes to the banking system, perhaps a complete upheaval. […]
  • Why the Federal Reserve Always ‘Happens’ to Be Wrong (2/12/2016) - “The last duty of a central banker is to tell the public the truth.” – Alan Blinder, former Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman February 12, 2016—The Federal Reserve Board finds itself back in a quandary […]
  • The Future of Cash: Discouraged, Penalized, Even Banned? (2/4/2016) - by Stefan Gleason February 4, 2016—Stock market gyrations and deteriorating global economic conditions in the early goings of 2016 sent investors fleeing for safety. Or at least what is commonly thought to be safety. Many […]
  • Steve Forbes Speaks Out on 2016, Federal Reserve Recklessness (2/2/2016) - February 2, 2016—Mike Gleason, Director, Money Metals Exchange: It is my great privilege to welcome Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine, CEO of Forbes, Inc. to our Money Metals Exchange podcast.  Steve is also author […]
  • The Continuing Demonization Of Cash (1/27/2016) - January 27, 2016—The insidious nature of the war on cash derives not just from the hurdles governments place in the way of those who use cash, but also from the aura of suspicion that has […]
  • Pennies, Nickels Cost More to Mint Than What They’re Worth (1/25/2016) - January 25, 2016—It’s not breaking news, but the cost of producing pennies and nickels is still higher than their face value. This has been an issue for the past decade, with no progress being made. […]
  • Statists Freaking Out Over Discussion of Gold (1/21/2016) - by Clint Siegner January 21, 2016—Sound money issues make for good politics these days. The leading Republican candidates have all suggested reforms to our monetary system. The topic is popping up in debates as well […]
  • How Precious Metals Investors Can Trump the Establishment (1/13/2016) - by Stefan Gleason January 13, 2016—As the presidential primaries quickly approach, the establishment is in panic mode over the prospect of losing control. It’s not just about Donald Trump. The political class, the “mainstream” media, […]
  • The Fed? So Last Century! The 21st: Gold & Silver (1/11/2016) - A Path to Making Gold and Silver the Currency of the 21st Century by Stefan Gleason January 11, 2016—Several Republican presidential candidates are floating the idea of returning to some form of a gold standard […]
  • Pity the Penny, Inflation Victim (1/8/2016) - January 8, 2016—One of the lesser-known victims of inflation is one of its smallest: the penny. At one time, the penny could actually buy you something. Many of our parents remember when a penny could […]
  • From the Echoes of 1776: A Monetary Revolution Is Coming (1/4/2016) - by Stefan Gleason, President of the Sound Money Defense League January 4, 2016—Is America on the cusp of a revolution that will usher in a new monetary order? The lessons of history tell us that no […]
  • The Rich Are Getting…Poorer? Sorry, Bernie (12/29/2015) - December 29, 2015—A recent report prepared by Bloomberg may anger some Bernie Sanders supporters. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, the world’s 400 wealthiest individuals lost $19 billion during the year of 2015. Sanders’ line about […]
  • Don’t Trust Bernie Sanders to Audit the Federal Reserve (12/24/2015) - December 24, 2015—Stop me if you’ve heard this one. Senator Bernie Sanders promises to audit the Federal Reserve. While a welcome talking point in a political atmosphere where the Fed is rarely even mentioned, Sanders […]
  • Ron Paul: Fed Rate Hike? Fed, Take a Hike! (12/21/2015) - December 21, 2015—The Federal Reserve’s decision to increase the interest rate for the first time since 2006 has prompted media outlets and financial advisers to urge everyone to stay put. As the public worries about losing […]
  • The Fed Continues to Expand its Balance Sheet (12/17/2015) - December 17, 2015—While the Fed may have raised its target federal funds rate yesterday, it continues to add to its already-bloated balance sheet. “The Committee is maintaining its existing policy of reinvesting principal payments from […]
  • What Happens When IMF’s Rules Get in the Way of Politics? (12/16/2015) - December 16, 2015—According to the website of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the IMF’s purpose is: “… to ensure the stability of the international monetary system—the system of exchange rates and international payments that enables […]
  • Your Favorite Presidential Candidate is Lying to You (12/14/2015) - December 14, 2015—In an op-ed for The Gazette, Founder and CEO of Truth in Accounting Sheila Weinberg made a claim that may sound commonplace to those who have been paying attention: presidential candidates aren’t being honest. But […]
  • India’s Failing Gold Monetization Scheme: Seizure Imminent? (12/9/2015) - December 9, 2015—India’s newest gold monetization scheme has been a colossal failure. After one month, it has netted only one kilogram (2.2 pounds avoirdupois) out of an estimated 20,000 tonnes (44 million pounds avdp) of […]
  • Americans Can Learn From India’s Gold Experiment (11/27/2015) - November 27, 2015—Remember the golden rule: He who has the gold makes the rules. Governments throughout history have tried to monopolize the issuance of money, accumulating hoards of gold and silver to spend on their […]
  • IRS May Void Passports Over Skipped Taxes (11/27/2015) - November 27, 2015—The State Department could soon be revoking your passport if you owe money to the government. Unhappy about the new policy? Thank a US congressman. According to Forbes, H.R. 22, also known as Surface Transportation […]
  • The Fed’s Balance Sheet May Never Shrink (11/25/2015) - November 25, 2015—San Francisco Fed President John Williams stated over the weekend that central banks around the world may need to look at using new tools, including permanently large balance sheets, in order to conduct monetary […]
  • Paris Reaction: EU to Crack Down on Bitcoin? (11/23/2015) - November 23, 2015—In what appears to be a knee-jerk reaction to last week’s Paris terrorist attacks, the European Union is planning to crack down on Bitcoin and anonymous payments. Never mind that nothing has been […]
  • Unethical: Yellen Lobbies Against Fed Reform Bill (11/19/2015) - Originally published at Menger Center. November 19, 2015—The US House of Representatives is expected to vote this week on the Fed Oversight Reform and Modernization (FORM) Act of 2015. In response to that, Federal Reserve Chairman Janet […]
  • No Virginia, the Gold Standard Is Not Unworkable (11/16/2015) - November 16, 2015—Today’s daily joke comes courtesy of Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker, who according to Marketwatch stated at yesterday’s Cato Monetary Policy Conference that “History has demonstrated the gold standard is unworkable.” What he […]
  • Taxpayers Give Big Banks Over $80 Billion Yearly (11/16/2015) - November 16, 2015—Major banks are quick to denounce any efforts to reduce their size and influence by claiming that staying big is a competitive advantage. The pro-crony capitalist big bank argument often involves claims that […]
  • Audit the Fed Petition Surpasses 71,700 Signers (11/13/2015) - November 13, 2015—A petition from Campaign for Liberty, the Ron Paul-founded grassroots activism organization, headlines “This is not a drill!” encouraging Americans to pressure the Senate to pass Audit the Fed legislation, Senate bill 2232. […]
  • 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Civil Asset Forfeiture (11/11/2015) - November 11, 2015—Civil asset forfeiture and alcohol prohibition walked hand in hand, a fact seldom discussed by reformers and proponents of the practice alike. But once prohibition was lifted, forfeiture was no longer a valuable tool […]
  • Federal Reserve: ‘Don’t Blame Us For The Lousy Economy’ (11/4/2015) - November 4, 2015—The Fed’s latest Beige Book is out, and the finding is that the strong dollar is holding back the US economy. That dastardly dollar, always trying to ruin things for people. If you […]
  • The Debt Ceiling Charade: The Libertarian Angle (11/2/2015) - November 2, 2015—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling of the Future of Freedom Foundation explode the myths and political theatre surrounding the debt ceiling crisis. “They just do this brinkmanship […]
  • Government Wastes $70 Million on Useless Prisons (10/13/2015) - October 13, 2015—Stories of government waste are common, yet few media outlets appear to cover them. According to Judicial Watch, the latest case of government waste involves two prisons built in Arizona by the Navajo […]
  • VISUAL: The US Isn’t 7th in Most Debt, It’s 2nd (9/29/2015) - September 29, 2015—A small word, but its implications in today’s world are big. Debt. And too often explanations of US debt are confusing or rose-colored. Not here. Standard measuring techniques compare debt to Gross Domestic […]
  • Why the Fed’s Zero Interest Rate Will Lead to a Crisis (9/25/2015) - September 25, 2015—Bill Gross, the founder and former CEO of Pimco, has never been one to mince words. The term on the street is that he is “prickly.” After a nasty board fight at Pimco […]
  • Rand Paul to The Fed: Stop Setting Interest Rates (9/16/2015) - September 16, 2015—Presidential candidate Rand Paul made it a point to introduce Audit the Fed legislation about as soon as he was elected to the US Senate in 2010. But this week he came closer […]
  • What Ever Happened to Silver Coins?: The Libertarian Angle (9/14/2015) - September 14, 2015—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, co-hosts Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling of the Future of Freedom Foundation grapple with the mystery of disappearing silver coins. Except there isn’t a mystery here, […]
  • Job Numbers Create Conflict for The Fed (9/7/2015) - September 7, 2015—The U.S. labor market sent conflicting numbers on Friday. Unemployment fell from 5.3% to 5.1%, but the number of new jobs also fell, creating a quandary for the Fed. Analyists were expecting new […]
  • Were Crude Oil Numbers Leaked? (9/1/2015) - September 1, 2015—Not only were the world’s equity markets crazy last week but the biggest commodity was also off the charts. Wednesday’s mornings crude oil report showed that there was still a large oversupply and […]
  • We Got a Dead Cat Bounce, Now What? (8/26/2015) - August 26, 2015—It has a number of names. The relief rally, the dead cat bounce, the blowoff short covering rally. No matter what you call it, it is bound to happen. On the opening Monday […]
  • Financial Markets in Free-Fall Meltdown (8/24/2015) - August 24, 2015—On Thursday and Friday of last week, the Dow shed 888 points which eclipsed any single day loss on record. All US markets lost roughly three percent on Friday. Likewise, the major European […]
  • Is the Market Correction Finally at Hand? (8/21/2015) - August 21, 2015—At some point it is bound to happen. U.S. equities would come to a screeching halt. After Asian stocks slid to multimonth lows traders couldn’t wait to pound U.S. equity markets as soon […]
  • 10 World Powers That Are Totally Broke (8/21/2015) - August 21, 2015—All is fair in love and war, or so they say. But when debt is under the spotlight, we look the other way. Could it be that academic bodies never emphasized the importance […]
  • Ron Paul: You Can’t Adjust a System That Isn’t Adjustable (8/18/2015) - August 18, 2015—Coming off the release of his book, Swords Into Plowshares, and his 80th birthday party, Ron Paul continues to captivate Americans with questions about the economy, specifically the US dollar. “It’s obviously a […]
  • Is ‘Hayek’ Currency the Money of the Future? (8/11/2015) - August 11, 2015—Bubba introduces Anthem Blanchard. Anthem comments that his product the Hayek, which is gold based crypto currency, has done very well with everything that is going on in the world. Anthem notes that […]
  • Why Won’t The Fed Allow Weed Credit Unions in the Banking System? (8/6/2015) - August 6, 2015—The Fourth Corner Credit Union keeps making history. From being the first marijuana industry non-profit credit union to the first applicant rejected by the Kansas City Federal Reserve for a master account since […]
  • What Information Really Moves the Market (7/27/2015) - July 27, 2015—Bubba introduces Peter Turk from Turk Capital. Peter explains how Turk Capital trades. He explains that it is a regression model based on twenty one factors in an index model that the firm […]
  • Apple Investors Feel the Pain (7/23/2015) - July 23, 2015—It had to happen. The world’s most successful company would have an earning miss and the street would be disappointed. Like what you’re reading? Keep VoicesofLiberty.com going by contributing to the cause of […]
  • The Forgotten Meaning of ‘Sound Money’ (And Its Comeback) (7/17/2015) - July 17, 2015—We Americans no longer carry gold and silver money in our pockets and purses as our grandparents did during their lives. But we still carry the history, legacy and spirit of those gold […]
  • The $1.4 Trillion Problem Facing Nearly Every US City (7/17/2015) - July 17, 2015—State and local governments across the country have used budgeting tricks to coverup the unsustainability of their pension plans. But the $1.4 trillion chicken is coming home to roost. The $1.4 trillion figure […]
  • Woman Prints Money Because Fed ‘Bitches’ Do It, Why Can’t She? (7/14/2015) - July 14, 2015—In Kingsport, Tennessee, police arrested and charged a woman with criminal simulation and counterfeiting after she spent a fake $5 bill at a gas station. Like what you’re reading? Keep VoicesofLiberty.com going by […]
  • The Unintended Consequences of Central Banks (7/13/2015) - July 13, 2015—Bubba comments about the sudden change in the market. We went from no volatility to high volatility when the problems started in Greece and China. Even with all of the volatility the VIX […]
  • Eric Holder: Tool of Corporate Wall Street (7/8/2015) - “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. July 8, 2015—Word comes this week that former Attorney General Eric Holder will return to his former corporate law firm Covington & Burling, […]
  • Could Greek Style Bank Closures Come to the US? (7/6/2015) - July 6, 2015—Financial analyst and author of The Morgan Report, David Morgan, is on the Prepper Recon Podcast today to talk about the possibility of a bank holiday in the US similar to what the […]
  • Debt Slavery in the Birthplace of Democracy (7/1/2015) - July 1, 2015—Greece has defaulted on its debt to the International Monetary Fund, the first “developed” country to do so. But is Greece merely a casualty of a flawed Eurozone or a canary in the […]
  • Here’s Why A Big Market Move is Coming (6/29/2015) - June 29, 2015—Bubba talks about his recent trip to NYC and how expensive it is to live in Manhattan. He asks how the average guy can possibly exist in NYC when he doesn’t know if […]
  • Wall Street is Crazy or Airbnb Is Actually Worth $24 Billion (6/19/2015) - June 19, 2015—Seven years ago home rental site Airbnb didn’t exist. Now its backers are touting a business model they claim should have a market cap of $24 billion. Like what you’re reading? Keep VoicesofLiberty.com […]
  • Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club Kids Talk Business (6/16/2015) - June 16, 2015—Ray Gow describes his business model for Talent Zoo. It will be an online service that matches people with teachers in all the art forms. It will also be a social media site […]
  • Is Gold a Good Investment Right Now? (6/10/2015) - June 10, 2015—Bubba introduces Julia Sun. She talks about her upbringing in California and her change to the east coast where she studied engineering and eventually switched to being a trader. Like what you’re reading? […]
  • What Happened To Our Money 82 Years Ago Matters Today (6/5/2015) - Real Money is a Real Problem for Bad Government June 5, 2015—82 years ago today, the U.S. federal government went off the gold standard. Like what you’re reading? Keep VoicesofLiberty.com going by contributing to the […]
  • Mises and Other Luminaries of Austrian Economics (6/2/2015) - June 2, 2015—On this episode of The Libertarian Angle, the president and founder of the Future of Freedom Foundation, Jacob Hornberger, welcomes Peter Boettke, University Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University, to […]
  • Voluntary Exchange and Why Minimum Wage Doesn’t Work (6/2/2015) - June 1, 2015—There is no scientific field as emotionally invested as economics, and it is not hard to see why. Money and wealth influence almost every part of human existence. From food to shelter to […]
  • The Department of Justice Has Become A Law Unto Itself (5/27/2015) - May 27, 2015—The abuse of the might makes right mentality has reached epic proportions and now prevents us from living free lives and conducting normal day-to-day business without harassment, theft of our property, or false […]
  • Where Is Our Financial Literacy? (5/21/2015) - May 21, 2015—Bubba is talking to Yoda and Backpack. Bubba is invited to join a new show on the Leading Edge radio network by Striker. He has a background in law enforcement and was a […]
  • How to Escape a Socialist Stronghold (5/18/2015) - May 18, 2015—Living in a large metropolitan area has its advantages. It may often have more job opportunities and more choices for leisure activities. However, it has some obvious drawbacks as well. Like what you’re […]
  • Above the Law: Big Banks and The Federal Reserve (5/18/2015) - May 18, 2015—Earlier this year on March 11, the Federal Reserve released the results of the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR). This is the stress testing exercise that banks with $50 billion or more […]
  • How is the VIX Calculated and What Does It Mean? (5/14/2015) - May 14, 2015—Bubba talks about the extreme congestion pattern the market has been trading in. The markets don’t seem to care about economic data they are stuck in a trading pattern. Bubba summarizes his feelings […]
  • Income Inequality: CNN, Darrell Issa Both Fail to Elevate Debate (5/8/2015) - May 8, 2015—Yesterday CNN Money’s Cristina Alesci interviewed Representative Darrell Issa (R-CA) about income inequality, or more specifically his responsibility to address the issue as Issa is the richest man in Congress (his net worth […]
  • What is the Truth About Capitalism? (5/6/2015) - May 6, 2015—What is capitalism? That is a very good question, and one that every American should ask and know the answer to. But first, lets break down the word itself in order to ascertain […]
  • Ron Paul and Coin.mx Talk Bitcoin: Part 2 (4/30/2015) - If you missed it, check out Part 1 of this interview here. Ron Paul and Ania Amador delve more into the details of how Bitcoin actually works, covering trading and security. Like what you’re reading? […]
  • Ron Paul and Coin.mx Talk Bitcoin: Part 3 (4/30/2015) - If you missed them, check out Part 1 and Part 2 of this interview. Ron Paul and Ania Amador of Coin.mx have touched on the basics of Bitcoin, but there’s a fundamental question left to be […]
  • Ron Paul and Coin.mx Talk Bitcoin: Part 1 (4/30/2015) - In an interview with Ania Amador of Coin.mx, Ron Paul shared his interest in Bitcoin as well as the questions he still has about the crypto-currency. Paul asked, “Does Bitcoin fit the mold to be […]
  • What Really Caused the 2010 Flash Crash? (4/28/2015) - April 28, 2015—Bubba comments that the markets continue to go higher. He complains about how mediocrity is the new normal. He wonders why the theme in this country is no longer being the best. He […]
  • In California, Lawmakers Want Bitcoin Businesses To Fail (4/23/2015) - April 23, 2015—Money speaks volumes and Matthew Dababneh, the chair of the California state Assembly’s Banking and Finance Committee, knows it. Competition between currencies benefit consumers. For members of the low- and middle-income brackets, competition translates […]
  • Tired of Low Yields Stocks? Check out Greece! (4/23/2015) - April 23, 2015—Yield always reflects risk and when you are looking for a deal there is almost always one to be had. During the height of the Euro debt crisis, you could buy almost any […]
  • The Federal Reserve’s ‘Redundancy’ Guarantees a Dollar Collapse (4/21/2015) - April 21, 2015—If you want to make sure you wake up for an important meeting, you might take extreme measure to not oversleep. Of course, you’d set your alarm clock. You’d probably try to get […]
  • China Has a Stock Bubble Problem That Could Become Our Problem Too (4/20/2015) - Is the Small Cap Stock Bubble Bursting in China? April 20, 2015—Nothing goes up forever. All markets find a level where the greed is satisfied and it turns to fear. That might be happening right […]
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