Hyperinflation

Food Crisis - The Greatest Threat To Social Stability

"...this is no ordinary riot. Unlike a riot triggered by, say, a TV news clip of some policeman beating a seemingly innocent man, the trigger is ongoing and, more importantly, it is not, at its heart, anger-based - it is fear-based. And it is self-perpetuating."

Does Technology Destroy Jobs? If Not What Does?

Technology always creates painful disruptions. But the correct approach is to do nothing. The problem is government and the Fed, not technology. The government is hell-bent on policies that destroy jobs and the Fed is hell-bent on producing inflation in a technological price deflation world. Blame the Fed and governments, not technology, for alleged “living wage” problems.

Are Rate Hikes Bad For Gold?

Gold does not necessarily rise and fall with interest rates, jewelry demand in India, or any other widely believed nonsense. Rather, gold has moved in conjunction with perceptions as to whether or not the Fed and central banks have everything under control.

Unprecedented Moves Towards War With China Would "Upend Supply Routes, Trigger Global Recession"

Economic tensions are tipping over into military ones. Warships have sailed, aircraft have had close encounters, and the rhetoric of Trump’s officials has shifted dramatically from the previous era. The larger threat to the petrodollar and the continuance of U.S. hegemony has been put face-to-face with a China gaining in power and confidence, and ready to depose American dominance.

Meanwhile, Over In Zimbabwe...

They’ve threatened to throw anyone in jail who’s caught trading bond notes at anything other than the official 1:1 exchange rate. Naturally these threats have only spurred the creation of a black market where Zimbabwe’s bond notes are bought and sold at their real values. Right now the bond notes are trading at 5% to 10% below the US dollar. But this is just the beginning.