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The only reason central banks buy gold is to protect their balance sheets from their own monetary destruction programs; they have no choice but to do so.
Monetary PolicyMoney and BanksU.S. Economy
At current interest rates, the Fed’s operating losses will impact the federal budget for years, requiring new tax revenues to offset the continuing loss of billions of dollars in the Fed’s former remittances to the US Treasury.
Bureaucracy and RegulationFree MarketsMonetary PolicyGold Standard
It is no secret that freedom, both socially and economically, are disappearing in the USA and Great Britain. The consequences will be most severe if we do not reverse these patterns.
The FedInflationMonetary Policy
Government and monetary authorities claim that the worst of the postcovid lockdown disruptions are past and a "return to normal" is just around the corner. It will be a very long corner.
Booms and BustsKeynesMonetary PolicyGold Standard
Poplular history says that massive government spending—made possible by ending the gold standard—ended the Great Depression. As usual, popular history is wrong.
Monetary PolicyMoney and BanksGold StandardMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
The fiat monetary system is slowly breaking down, taking the economy with it.
Central BanksThe FedMonetary PolicyU.S. EconomyMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Only Father Time helps us cut through the policy nonsense and understand interest rates conceptually.
Monetary PolicyU.S. EconomyMoney and Banking
While monetary authorities and progressives would like to have a digital currency implemented, it is a backward step for monetary freedom.
Central BanksMonetary Policy
Keynesians believe that economic growth can occur only with an expanding supply of money. Growth doesn't need more money; it needs more savings.
KeynesMonetary PolicyGold Standard
John Maynard Keynes derided gold-based money as a "barbarous relic," yet it was gold that enabled a long regime of honest money -- and the advance of civilization.