Contact us
CALL US NOW 1-888-GOLD-160
(1-888-465-3160)
POSTED ON May 18, 2021  - POSTED IN Videos

When Peter Schiff appeared on Joe Rogan’s show, he made the case that the Federal Reserve and Congress are the real problems facing America. The central bank and the federal government cripple the economy, destroy opportunity, and generally make life more difficult for the average American. But why? Why would people who claim to be “public servants” harm the very people they supposedly represent? Peter explains in this clip from the interview.

POSTED ON March 22, 2021  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

On March 1, the national debt eclipsed $28 trillion. The mainstream media hardly gave it a mention. To put the speed of the borrowing into perspective, the US government added $5 trillion to the debt in less than 18 months.

The Federal Reserve was already intervening in the economy prior to the pandemic. Remember, the central bank cut rates three times in 2019 and relaunched quantitative easing that year as well, although it refused to call it QE. Loose monetary policy is the fuel that runs the US bubble economy.

POSTED ON April 27, 2020  - POSTED IN Peter's Podcast

It seems like everybody is getting a bailout right now. The government is handing out money it doesn’t have left and right. This is all justified because of coronavirus. Even conservatives who normally oppose government bailouts have jumped on the stimulus train. “This is a crisis!” they cry. The government has to step in. But as Peter Schiff explains in his podcast, the government crippled the economy in the first place. A government crutch isn’t the solution to the problem.

POSTED ON March 20, 2020  - POSTED IN Fun on Friday

Last Thursday, we embarked on a journey through the Southeast for business purposes and to check up on our kids who live in Kentucky. In case you were wondering, it is as crazy out there as you might imagine if you’re sequestered in your home following events through the news or social media.

Don’t worry; we practiced social distancing…mostly. And there was a lot of hand-washing.

POSTED ON February 12, 2020  - POSTED IN Interviews

As you may know, several years ago, Peter Schiff relocated to Puerto Rico. Have you ever wondered why? What are the advantages? And what can his move teach us more generally about economics and politics?

Peter recently appeared on the Puerto Rico ICON Podcast and answers some of those questions.

POSTED ON April 3, 2019  - POSTED IN Guest Commentaries

As you probably know, Warren Buffett has never been a fan of gold and has publicly disparaged the yellow metal on more than one occasion. About a year ago, he compared investing in gold and stocks, arguing that over the long term gold is an “unproductive asset” that “doesn’t produce anything.” So, why have it, unless you just want something to “fondle.” At the time, we argued that Buffet’s comments fall apart when you realize that gold is money. After all, I doubt you would ever hear him say “never hold cash because it’s an unproductive asset.”

Well, Buffet is at it again.

POSTED ON July 5, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

In his latest podcast, Peter Schiff reflected on Independence Day. He said he loves the holiday because it’s uniquely American and it celebrates the sacrifices the founding generation made to bring forth a country conceived in liberty. But he said the Fourth of July also makes him a little sad because it reminds him of what we’ve lost.

I’m sad that we no longer have the nation our founders created for us, that we have lost all that it means to be an American.”

POSTED ON December 21, 2017  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

There is a mass exodus from Illinois.

According to the US Census Bureau, the Prairie State lost a net 33,700 residents in fiscal year 2017. More people bailed out of Illinois than any other state in the US. And based on calculations the folks over at ZeroHedge worked out, the exodus was even worse than the Census Bureau numbers indicate.

Of course, the net population loss masks the true gross outflow of Illinois residents as it doesn’t account for natural births/deaths. Assuming that Illinois has the same natural population growth as the US as a whole (0.7%) implies that the state lost a staggering ~125,000 residents in aggregate, or roughly 1 man/woman/child every 4.3 minutes.”

So, why the big rush to bail out of the great state of Illinois?

Call Now