Tagged: Weimar Germany

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Nothing At All, Then All at Once

Nothing At All, Then All at Once by Adrian Ash BullionVault Friday, 8 February 2013   Where money was tight, suddenly it’s all arrived at once. Just like trouble does… EVERYWHERE we look, investors...

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Get Ready For An Epic Fiat Currency Avalanche

What is it that makes Keynesians so insanely self destructive? Is it their mindless blind faith in the power of government? Their unfortunate ignorance of the mechanics of monetary stimulus? Their pompous self-righteousness derived...

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Edwin Vieira Interview with James Turk

James Turk interviews Edwin Vieira, author of “Pieces of Eight: The Monetary Powers and Disabilities of the United States Constitution”. For more info visit http://www.goldmoney.com/goldmoney-foundation/books.html Edwin talks about how his book came to be and...

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Mish: Hyperinflation Nonsense in Multiple Places

Every time the US dollar ticks lower, commodity prices tick higher, or the CPI rises two tenths of a percent, hyperinflationists come out of the woodwork with nonsensical predictions and silly comparisons to Zimbabwe...

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The U.S. Dollar Has Cancer

Historically this has happened throughout pockets of the world. Weimar Germany and recently Zimbabwe are two obvious examples, but in these particular currency crisis, the US dollar was a way out. This upcoming monetary...

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Is Deflation a Real Risk?

by Graham Summers Due to the overwhelming number of emails I received in response to yesterday’s article detailing the derivatives market, I’ve decided to write a follow up article focusing on the implications of...

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I have a serious question for gold/silver bugs.

by TheGreatPonzi A money is a thing that nearly everybody in a given territory will accept. That’s the definition given by Rothbard, and that’s the definition supported by facts and history. Everybody accepts dollars,...

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Real global panic will start with the US.

No one seems to want to write about it, but in Weimar Germany, deflation preceded the hyper-inflation. After WWI, Germany was on the brink of economic armageddon. There was actually a world wide depression...