BY James Rickards POSTED November 09, 2017
John Maynard Keynes once wrote, ‘Practical men who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves […]
BY James Rickards POSTED November 08, 2017
I’m writing from Australia. I’m meeting with over 30 of the largest institutional investors and hedge funds in the country. I’m giving […]
BY James Woodburn POSTED November 07, 2017
As you know, today is a public holiday here in Victoria. But that doesn’t mean we’re resting on our laurels. In fact, […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED November 03, 2017
This morning I’ve been trawling through the Daily Reckoning archives from this year. I’m sure I suggested somewhere that the big banks […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED November 01, 2017
Spending on exploration has touched a 30-year low. That’s going to become a problem when the existing mining operations are old and rundown.
Apparently, 60% of the world’s top 100 mines were built last century.
Those reserves have been run down for a long time now. Goldman Sachs had a nifty way of summing this up actually. The last mining boom was a ‘demand’ story out of China.
The next one will be a (lack of) ’supply’ one.
BY James Rickards POSTED November 21, 2017
The physical fundamentals are stronger than ever for gold. Russia and China continue to be huge buyers. China bans export of its […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED November 06, 2017
It’s not news, but right now, we’re in a lithium (and cobalt) commodity bull market. This could run for years. Here’s why… […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED November 15, 2017
Take a bow Josef Joffe. In 2013 he wrote a book called The Myth of America’s Decline. He called BS on the view […]
BY James Rickards POSTED November 02, 2017
Panic can quickly spread to bonds, emerging markets, and currencies in a general liquidity crisis as happened in 2008.
Why should investors be so concerned right now?
For almost a year, one of the most profitable trading strategies has been to sell volatility. That’s about to change…
BY Callum Newman POSTED October 31, 2017
And up bitcoin goes again. This is really becoming something to behold. Bitcoin was just over AU$6000 when we released our $20 […]
BY Nick Hubble POSTED November 20, 2017
You’ve read about the War on Cash here the Daily Reckoning for years now. The idea has sprouted all sorts of variations and books […]
BY James Rickards POSTED November 10, 2017
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Earlier this week, I caught up with Jim Rickards, live and in person, to discuss the single greatest threat to Australian […]
BY James Rickards POSTED November 16, 2017
President Trump wrapped up his historic visit to Asia this week. Trump’s journey was the longest overseas trip of his presidency and […]
BY James Rickards POSTED November 14, 2017
Leland Miller, a good friend of mine, is the founder and proprietor of an economic research service called the ‘China Beige Book.’ […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED November 13, 2017
Currently, the Agora Financial Australia office is completely empty. The team is bunkering down in Baltimore, US, for an exclusive conference. We’re […]
November is shaping up as a big month. We have the ASX 200 index on track to take out 6000 points. We […]
BY David Stockman POSTED May 19, 2017
I began a post this week with a warning about the ludicrous complacency rampant on Wall Street, and that its days were […]
BY David Stockman POSTED May 16, 2017
The Deep State is escalating its war on President Trump but the Wall Street partiers apparently couldn’t care less. When the machines […]
BY Gerald Celente POSTED June 03, 2017
If you want to talk about a big trend that began taking shape, look no further than the state of cash — […]
BY Gerald Celente POSTED May 02, 2017
Here’s a startling statistic: Every 66 seconds, someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. People are living longer. And […]
BY Gerald Celente POSTED April 19, 2017
Increased military spending is a trend that’s here to stay. The more aggressive Trump becomes, in fact, the more the big-name defence contractors stand to benefit.
BY James Altucher POSTED October 16, 2017
One of the questions I’m often asked about cryptocurrency is: ‘Is bitcoin in a bubble?’
It’s an interesting question that I’ve touched on in the past, but would like to take some time to further address since the answer is not super intuitive.
BY James Altucher POSTED October 14, 2017
In 1994, I was working for HBO at a low-level programming job. My central task was to get HBO streaming interactively on […]
BY James Altucher POSTED July 12, 2017
They are all building rockets into space and teleportation machines and revolutionizing entire industries.
But I’m absolutely sure they are wrong about robots. And history backs me up on this. Common sense backs me up on this. Basic counter-examples back me up on this.
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Markets are holding their collective breath. Not much is happening. But the potential for huge moves has not been greater since late […]
BY Nick Hubble POSTED September 23, 2017
There are many remarkable insights in Jim Rickards’ book The New Case for Gold. This bonus chapter will turn them into specific, […]
BY Nick Hubble POSTED September 19, 2017
Debates are supposed to be argued on the facts. When we discuss things like Australia’s housing bubble, Brexit, the financial crisis, and […]
BY Nomi Prins POSTED May 01, 2017
During a frenzied Friday afternoon, on March 25, House Speaker Paul Ryan trudged over to the White House, head bowed in apparent […]
BY Nomi Prins POSTED April 03, 2017
The biggest banks are still as dangerous as they were before the last crisis, even as they push for less regulation. The […]
BY Nomi Prins POSTED March 02, 2017
In the future, U.K PM Theresa May could look back on the canceled meeting between President Trump and Mexican President Peña Nieto […]