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POSTED ON June 27, 2021  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

From 2016 to 2020, Republicans were constantly trying to play up the economy. You’ll recall Donald Trump claiming it was the greatest economy in history. Meanwhile, Democrats were trying to play it down. Now, the roles have reversed. Since the Democrats own the economy now, they’re talking about how great the recovery is while Republicans are sounding warnings. This political hypocrisy is letting the real culprit get away without blame.

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 January 20, 2021  - POSTED IN Interviews

Peter Schiff recently did an interview with David Lin on Kitco news. Peter talked about the devaluing dollar, the stock market bubble, his investment strategy, the trajectory of the global economy, and finally, what he would do if he was president of the United States. In a nutshell, Peter said he would veto everything.

POSTED ON February 28, 2020  - POSTED IN Fun on Friday

Well, it’s campaign season. I hate campaign season.

And this current crop of Democratic hopefuls isn’t doing anything to change my feelings. These people are about as bland as a bag of sawdust. I mean, say what you will about Donald Trump; if nothing else he comes up with some pretty amusing quips.

So, in an effort to spice up campaign season, I thought it would be fun to look back on some of the all-time worst campaign slogans.

POSTED ON September 26, 2018  - POSTED IN Key Gold Headlines

In a recent podcast, Peter Schiff talked about the “Trump tariff put” – this idea that the president will be able to call off the trade war to rescue the market should it start to fall. Peter called that idea nonsense.

It is the type of wishful thinking, the type of just ignoring all of the bad news, whistling past the graveyard, the type of mentality that you have in a bull market where everything is good news and there is nothing to worry about.”

In his most recent podcast, Peter tackled another similar myth – that a divided government will be bullish for the market.

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