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What role will foreign policy play in the 2020 presidential election?
Let’s investigate why the spot price of gold yawned at the biggest ever attack on a major producing oil field.
In a Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP) world, the traditional rules have changed.
For many years, I’ve held the belief that, when World War III was brought on, it would most likely be in the Strait of Hormuz.
People who look outside the mainstream narrative of historical events often encounter the term “false flag” attack. What does this mean exactly?
Big Middle East wars are often catastrophic for global oil supplies. This makes sense. The Middle East accounts for more than 40% of global oil exports. So, a big conflict in the Middle East often triggers a big spike in the price of oil. Take the 1973 “oil shock,” for example. Oil prices suddenly spiked… […]
Legendary speculator Doug Casey explains the difference between a national government and a nation’s economy, why the latter cannot be trusted with the former, and his perspective on today’s markets.