“No government should be in the money business… especially Argentina, which has about the worst track record of any government.”
“When the brokers and television pundits say that stocks are headed to the moon—that’s the moment to remember ‘there’s no eleven,’ and sell.”
“Even nuclear weapons are becoming dinosaurs.”
“People are neither always good nor always bad… but always subject to influence.”
“Although we can’t project a precise trigger date for the bubble to burst, it most certainly will—as do all bubbles.”
War’s evolving in several ways…
The American middle class is dying. But there are four time-tested strategies that can lead to lasting wealth.
“Declining nations follow the same pattern, time and time again, over the centuries.”
At some point, every heavily indebted government uses it. It’s inevitable. And no entity on the planet is more indebted than the US government…
“But the most likely threat comes from neither rising water, nor war, nor zombie apocalypse. Instead, the main risk is financial.”
“It might be best to recognize that government, in its entirety, is the problem—not whoever happens to be playing the role of the Great Oz.”
“The US government should stop dissipating the country’s capital, stop making enemies, and totally withdraw from the Middle East. Let those people sort it by themselves.”
Ninety years ago, the US government tied the hands of US businesses while turning Canadians into billionaires—and the same thing is happening today.
Today, the world at large sees the US as the aggressor—not as a defender of democracy.
Editor’s Note: It’s no secret that Donald Trump wants to put 2,000–4,000 troops on the U.S.–Mexico border. And that’s because he believes that the “security of the United States is imperiled by a drastic surge of illegal activity on the southern border.” We love hearing Doug Casey’s take on these controversial issues, so we’re sharing Casey Daily […]
“The US is experiencing its biggest change in generations.”
As long as Americans accept worthless bank notes as currency, the government can print as much as it likes.
“There’s absolutely nothing that the government does that entrepreneurs couldn’t do better and cheaper.”
“I suspect that the U.S. won’t exist one hundred years from now.”
“The snollygosters have been a chronic dominant presence in governments for millennia.”
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