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The story of the destruction of the German mark during the hyper-inflation of Weimar Germany from 1919 to its horrific peak in November 1923 is usually dismissed as a bizarre anomaly in the economic history of the twentieth century. But no episode better illustrates...

George Soros is back in the news telling Germany who to bail out this week. Soros is especially sore at Germans for promoting austerity, so it’s a great time to ask: does austerity grow an economy?

And the greatest depression goes on, far from reckoning, unbeknown to the mainstream. Collectively, no one is paying attention, and yet dying a little faster everyday. A chronic illness, we adapt to the malaise. Even when we try, it is hard to break free from the...

My last column “Regime Uncertainty Weighs on Growth” (October 2014) stressed that market participants do not know what the Big Players (Read: governments and central banks) will do next. This regime uncertainty is creating an economic undertow. No wonder there have...

Investors fear a stock market collapse. What they should really fear is a bond market collapse or more specifically a debt collapse. A stock market collapse can cause considerable damage. Debt collapse could lead to bankruptcy and an economic depression.

In Part One, I recounted Alan Greenspan's one on one interview with Gary Alexander. Later in the day Saturday, Alan Greenspan was part of a round table with Porter Stansberry and Dr. Marc Faber, moderated by Mr. Alexander. While both Stansberry and Faber had a...

In our opinion, no speculative positions are justified. Our intraday outlook is now neutral, and our short-term outlook is neutral.

While deciding how to write this piece regarding the interviews of Alan Greenspan, it dawned on me that has to be done in 2 parts. GATA followers had very high hopes Mr. Greenspan could be pinned down with nowhere to go regarding the central banks foray's into the...

Over the last few weeks, the markets have seen wild vacillations as stocks plunged and then surged on a massive short-squeeze in the most beaten up sectors of energy and small-mid capitalization companies. While "Ebola" fears filled mainstream headlines the other...

As if the labyrinth and tentacles of the financial crisis wasn't already hard enough to handle, we suddenly found ourselves waist deep in lifeboats - navigating those treacherous seas, from well beyond the comforts of the visible horizon. With almost six years of...

Upon his arrival in Istanbul, John Derrick prepared his notes for the next two days’ worth of meetings while he spent a cool, drizzly afternoon outside a café, sipping coffee and watching ships cruise by on the Bosphorus. Separating Asia from Europe, the Bosphorus...

Forty-four percent. That’s the alarming unemployment rate for those aged 15 to 25 in Italy, where I traveled recently to meet with other global chief executives and business leaders.

Many authorities have said it: banks do not lend their deposits. They create the money they lend on their books.

The conspiracy theories surrounding the death of Total SA’s chief executive, Christophe de Margerie, started the second the news broke of his death. Under mysterious circumstances in Moscow, his private jet collided with a snowplow just after midnight. De Margerie...

Many of you are aware of the incredibly fragility in the world financial system. Most have seen it coming for some time. Many of you saw it all coming before the great crisis of 2007-2008. Some of you saw it before the "Dotcom" crash. Perhaps a few of you saw it all...

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