Articles by Gold Money:
The case against deflation
Regular readers will know I am in the inflation, possibly hyperinflation camp; but there are those that think the future is more likely to be deflationary. In the main...
Goodbye to austerity
There is a new campaign to end austerity.
Manufacturing prowess based on sound money
The ability of a business to maintain accurate and meaningful accounts is undermined by the debasement of the accounting medium, fiat currency.
Gold price suppression: the game goes on
The slide in precious metal prices has done much to undermine investor confidence, yet the indications are that demand for the physical metals remains strong.
Money supply accelerating
The monthly figures for the US dollar components of Austrian, or True Money Supply, for February are now in
The relationship between money and prices
The quantity theory of money and its accompanying equation of exchange are generally accepted as defining the relationship between money and prices.
A detailed look at Bank of England gold
The London Bullion Market is the global trading centre for physical gold, and the Bank of England holds gold on behalf of other central banks.
On 20 March George Osborne, the UK’s Chancellor, will present his budget.
Gold market report: the start of an epic short-squeeze?
This week considerable instability developed in currency markets
The Final Countdown
Governments have refused to accept the necessity of a period of economic re-adjustment following the credit-bubble. The bubble burst about five years ago and economic progress has been...