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U.S. Debt Should Double Within 7 Years – Gold Could Soar

The editor of Gold Newsletter, President and CEO of Jefferson Financial, Brien Lundin, said at the New Orleans Investment Conference in 2017 that historically, over the period of an eight-year term by a President, the Federal debt doubles. If that’s how it ends up this time around, it suggests the existing $20 trillion U.S. debt load will jump to $40 trillion in approximately seven years. The reality is raising taxes and cutting government spending has no chance of dealing with growing unfunded liabilities, even if there were […]

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Peter Schiff on Defending Assets against Stock Market Bubble

Peter Schiff recently talked about his favorite way to survive what he sees as an unprecedented stock market bubble. He noted that the Federal Reserve has inflated three stock market bubbles already in the 21st century, and sees this one as the largest and most dangerous. Schiff says the way the government bailed out investors in 2001 and 2008 was by inflating an even larger bubble to take the place of the one that had just popped. He says he thinks this one is too big to […]

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