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November 3, 2010Original Analysis

Five Bitter Pills or One Sweet but Deadly?

By Michael Pento It seems the current Chairman of the Federal Reserve is of the belief that diluting the dollar is the cure for everything from a recession to male pattern baldness. And like other snake-oil salesmen before him, Mr. Bernanke is heavy on promises and light on results. Here are five prescriptions that money […]

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November 3, 2010Original Analysis

The Currency War – Good for Gold

By Peter Schiff As the world awaits another $500 billion flood from Bernanke’s printing press, central bank governors from Brasília to Tokyo are preparing to respond in kind. This is the monetary equivalent of a nuclear war, except instead of radiation, bombs of inflation threaten to make the world economy uninhabitable for saving and productive […]

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November 3, 2010Original Analysis

Gold and Silver Blast Off

The following article was written by Mary Anne and Pamela Aden for the November 2010 edition of Peter Schiff’s Gold Letter. October saw gold soaring to record highs while silver shot up even more, reaching a 30-year high. Yes, the stronger phase of the bull market is flexing its muscles. Gold’s exceptional rise has now […]

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October 31, 2010Original Analysis

Gold: Strong Bullish Action

The following article was written by Mary Anne and Pamela Aden for the October 2010 edition of Peter Schiff’s Gold Letter. Gold’s strength is unusual. Just when we thought that gold was taking a breather from its stellar rise, it quickly turned up. Gold has already surpassed its June record high. Its decline through July […]

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October 29, 2010Original Analysis

Keep Your Head above Dollar

By Peter Schiff There has been so much discussion recently about “QE 2” that you would think the entire financial sector were about to embark on a transatlantic cruise. Unfortunately, they, and we, are not so lucky. In the year 2010, “QE 2” doesn’t refer to a sumptuous ocean liner, but a second, more extravagant […]

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October 6, 2010Original Analysis

Fed Mandates Inflation

By Peter Schiff Much of the content of the latest Fed statement, released on September 21, echoes the central bank’s previous post-credit crunch pronouncements: there is still too much slack in the economy, interest rates are still going to be near-zero for an “extended period,” and the Fed will continue to use payments from its […]

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September 30, 2010Original Analysis

Gold Is on the Move

The following article was written by Mary Anne and Pamela Aden for the September 2010 edition of Peter Schiff’s Gold Letter. Gold is looking good. Over the past few weeks, it surged from $1160 to near $1250. That’s an impressive 7.8% monthly rise, and even though gold is rapidly approaching its all time record high, […]

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September 30, 2010Key Gold Headlines

This Month in Gold – September 2010

Gold Demand Jumps 36% as Investors Step Up Purchases of ETFs, Council Says Bloomberg – Private investors and central banks are stepping up purchases of gold-backed ETFs. Concerns about sovereign debt in Europe and the continuing viability of the dollar have sent gold prices up 30% year-over-year. In June, Gold shattered all previous nominal records […]

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September 28, 2010Original Analysis

What’s Holding Gold Back?

By Peter Schiff Gold first broke $1,200 on December 2, 2009; nine months later, instead of witnessing the birth of the full-on gold boom I have long anticipated, the yellow metal has gained a modest 4%. Fortunately, it has spent the summer solidly above $1,150, which should put to rest the claim that we are […]

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September 3, 2010Key Gold Headlines

This Month in Gold – October 2010

Sinai Says Fed’s Statement Means “Gotta Buy Gold” Bloomberg – The FOMC policy statement on Sept. 21 said that inflation too low for the Fed to achieve its dual mandates of price stability and maximum employment. This language was much more aggressive that previous statements, and lays the groundwork for a second round of ‘quantitative […]

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