Silver prices today (Friday) are still on the rise after ripping through the $20-an-ounce level Thursday.
The public has been brainwashed about deflation.
We’ve been hoodwinked by central banks, governments, and the manipulators who pull the reins of those Trojan horses into believing that deflation is a deadly disease. It’s not.
First there was the crisis in Ukraine. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, Iraq exploded into chaos again.
Both testify to one simple truth about today’s energy sector: Geopolitical factors are the quintessential wild cards when it comes to estimating energy prices.
U.S. markets today (Wednesday) rose sharply after the conclusion of the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) June meeting. As expected, the Fed announced it would taper another $10 billion from its monthly bond-purchasing program and that interest rates would remain low in order to incentivize job development and economic growth.