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GoldMoney Market Report
It has been a difficult week for the precious markets as gold dropped by 3.2% and silver by 3.9% which means that gold and silver are now back to...
GoldMoney market report Week ending October 4th
This has been a quieter week for trading activity by GoldMoney customers compared with the previous 2 weeks although still above average 3 month trading levels.
Untangling gold at the Bank of England
From 2006 the Bank of England’s Annual Report has declared the quantity of gold in its custody, including the UK’s own 310 tonnes.
The deflationist error
Many people believe there is a significant risk that the Irving Fisher debt-deflation theory of great depressions is still an economic threat today.
Saving real money
Up until the late 1960s, it was considered prudent for everyone to have some savings. By forgoing consumption, savings gave the ability to consume more at a later date...
Jim Rogers: ‘Nobody gets out of this situation until there’s a crisis’
The following is GoldMoney contributing author Felix Moreno's interview with famed investor Jim Rogers. We hope you enjoy it.
From paper reserves to gold reserves
In January of this year I published a piece on the “fair gold price” in order to demonstrate that, if one was to simply treat the gold of all...
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.