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Gold Will Go to $3,000, Says Professor

Written by Gary North on November 14, 2011

The Establishment economists do not see this, nor did they see gold at $1,700 in 2001. But occasionally one of them changes his mind. Dr. Peter Morici did. He thinks that the turmoil in Europe’s economy will push gold higher. He thinks the problems in Europe will not be solved. I agree with him on […]

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Banking System at the Brink

Written by Gary North on November 1, 2011

Yesterday’s intervention by six central banks indicates how close to the edge of a financial crisis the world now is. A hard-hitting article in Britain’s Guardian reveals how close to a breakdown banks are in. The stunning move by six central banks to announce emergency measures to push more dollars into the financial system shows […]

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Out of Gas: Americans Are Being Outbid by Foreigners

Written by Gary North on January 2, 2011

Did you know that the USA exports almost 3 million barrels of refined fuels — gasoline and diesel — every day? Most Americans are unaware of this.  U.S. refineries exported a record amount of refined fuels in 2011 to markets in South America, Central America and Europe. It was one reason why Americans spent a […]

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