Tag Archive for: debt

Growing Dollar Demand, Silver Weirdness, Market Report, 15 June

The Federal Reserve has become more aggressive again, after several years of acting docile. As you can see on this chart of the Fed’s balance sheet, it has very rapidly expanded from a baseline from (prior to) 2015 through 2018, of about $4.4 trillion. After which, it had attempted to taper, getting down to $3.8 […]

Keith interviewed by Mining Stock Education and Classic Value Investors, published in Executive Global magazine

Mining Stock Education http://www.miningstockeducation.com/2020/05/keith-weiner-the-central-bankers-i-know-have-no-interest-in-gold/ Bill Powers of Mining Stock Education interviews Keith about whether the Federal Reserve can save the economy, if debt cancellation would have been better than giving away money, whether the USD will survive the coronavirus crisis, James Rickards’ $10,000 gold theory, and much more. Classic Value Investors https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Lb1-pOSeEY Watch as Keith […]

The Federal Counterfeiter

Suppose you wanted to run an enterprise the right way (we know, we know, this is pretty far-out fiction, but bear with us). And, your enterprise has a $1 million dollar piece of equipment that wears out after 10 years. You must set aside $100,000 a year, so that you have $1 million at the […]

The Out Has Not Yet Begun to Fall, Market Report 31 March

So, the stock market has dropped. Every government in the world has responded to the coronavirus with drastic, if not unprecedented, violations of the rights of the people. Not to mention, extremely aggressive monetary policy. And, they are about to unleash massive fiscal stimulus as well (for example, the United States government is about to […]

Keith Interviewed by Swiss Fintech Magazine “10×10”

Keith Weiner - Swiss Franc Will Collapse

Keith was interviewed by “10×10,” a Swiss based fintech information platform and online magazine that profiles “The Next Generation of Finance” for the investment industry. Titled “The Swiss Franc is Walking on a Tightrope,” the interview kicks off with detailed discussion about Keith’s controversial research on the Collapse of the Swiss Franc. From there the interview […]

Who Would Invest in a Gold Bond?

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffet famously dismissed gold. “Gold has two significant shortcomings, being neither of much use nor procreative.” I have recently written about how a government with gold mining tax revenues can use gold. The benefits of issuing gold bonds include reducing risk, and getting out of debt at a discount. Pretty useful, […]

Freedom from Financial Repression

New York City has a thriving food culture where millions of people eat out at restaurants every day. Free to choose what and where they eat, the choices of these individuals have a direct impact on the NYC food industry and even determine which restaurants “make it” and which don’t. Therefore, restaurants exist and compete […]

The Benefits of Issuing Gold Bonds

A gold bond is debt obligation that is denominated in gold, with interest and principal paid in gold. As I will explain below, it’s a way for the issuer to pay off its debt in full, and there are other advantages. Sometimes, I find that it’s helpful to show a picture of what I’m talking […]