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Laws of Nature are from the LÓGOS.

Nature is rationally intelligible because the universe is a rational system. Every aspect of nature is regulated by the immutable laws of the cosmos (CÓSMOS means “order”). It is possible to do science because predictable Laws of Nature can be pre-supposed with mathematical precision.* For example, ASTRO·NÓMY is the law of the stars (NÓMOS means […]

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Who Were the Bankers at Bretton Woods?

The U.N. 1944 Bretton Woods Conference established an international monetary system governed by the United Nations. Who attended? Only about 14 delegates were elected representatives. Bureaucrats, royalty, business magnates, and a multitude of private bankers represented 44 countries. The following excerpts are from the first-ever list of the conferees at the “United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference” at […]

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GOLD IS A PRUDENT INVESTMENT.

Throughout history, gold has been the primary basis of money in international trade. In recent years, China and Russia have been aggressively adding gold to their foreign exchange reserves. A professor at the University of California at Berkeley re-discovered why gold has always played a central monetary role, and why the rare metal has never […]

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PLATINUM COINS @ 62% BELOW HIGH

The price of a 1-oz platinum coin is now $860. Platinum is down 62% since its 2008 high of $2,300/oz. Today, one Troy ounce of platinum is selling for about $400 less than one Troy ounce of gold. It is a traditional “buy signal” when platinum is selling at a discount to gold. When we analyze […]

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The Contracting U.S. Economy

The strength of the dollar has to do with confidence. When the world perceives the U.S. economy to be weakening, the value of the dollar falls; and gold moves up against the dollar. Gold does well in recessions. During the Great Depression, gold went up 69%. The financial media have been reporting “economic recovery” for the last […]

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Deflation then Inflation: The Stages of Credit Collapse

The U.S.A. does not resemble the America of the 1930s. During the Great Depression, our nation had trade surpluses and the dollar was gold-backed. This time, global deflation will lead to credit collapse and currency failures. The fuel for future inflation is accumulating now. During the coming economic upheaval, gold and silver will perform as the world’s […]

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WHAT ARE CAPITAL CONTROLS?

Capital controls are measures imposed by the government (via banks and financial institutions) to restrict the flow of capital. Restrictions can include taxes on financial transactions or regulations on the sale or purchase of equities and bonds. Sales of gold and silver can be restricted or prohibited. Capital controls can prevent or severely restrict cash […]

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CONTROL YOUR OWN PORTFOLIO INSURANCE.

If you are considering precious metals as portfolio insurance, buy only PHYSICAL silver and gold. If you have the actual bullion in your own possession, you have no third-party risk. The best form to buy is the form that will be easiest to use during turbulent markets. Easily recognized coins and bars can be traded anywhere in the world. FIRST STEP: Silver […]

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HISTORY OF GOLD-SILVER RATIO

As incredible as it may seem, monetary systems in antiquity were somewhat integrated. Before the great civilizations declined, they all conducted international trade with the same two currencies: GOLD and SILVER.  Any form of silver and gold was acceptable money. Pharaoh’s gold bracelets were negotiable currency in Babylon; silver and gold ingots from Rome could be […]

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SHOULD I BUY GOLD & SILVER?

Are you wondering if this is the right year to buy PHYSICAL gold and silver?  By all means you should buy gold and silver now — while dealers still have coins available. Shortages in the West are very real. The exchanges in London and New York are short of physical gold and silver bullion that […]

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