- The amount of silver flowing in Swiss wastewater comes in at about 3,000 kilograms every year. http://bit.ly/2gCWjPO
- Both Gold & Bitcoin do have their own unique advantages. http://bit.ly/2z4BrrP
- October report "From “Ramp Champs” in 2000 to “FAANG” Stocks in 2017" just published and emailed to the subscribers. http://bit.ly/1Tm7MRB
- Donald Trump is on record with the Wall Street Journal this past summer as saying he’s a low interest rate guy. http://bit.ly/2ilwmIA
- Ep. 292: Record Confidence in U.S. Stocks Means Trouble Ahead: http://bit.ly/2ibJgIW via @YouTube
- "Bond King” Jeffrey Gundlach said he thinks Trump needs someone who will keep interest rates low. http://bit.ly/2ilwmIA
- In many ways cryptocurrency and precious metals are polar opposites. And you can have both. http://bit.ly/2z4BrrP
- In 2016, http://bit.ly/2xJLL7p analyzed the data and concluded there are no more easy gold discoveries. http://bit.ly/2ytw3l0
- Like silver, palladium has both industrial & investment value. It's used in cars, electronics, dentistry, & jewelry. http://bit.ly/2yPU1rr
- With a per-ounce price of $17.41 for silver futures as of Friday, analysts say silver is poised for a big climb. http://bit.ly/2yrTDOz
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Mises Thought Capitalism Would End at Some Point?
I just finished David Graeber's book, "Debt." It doesn't align 100% with my market views, but is full of anarchist brain-candy. Anyway, Graeber claims von Mises was among those believing capitalism is temporary. Google proved useless to verify this assertion: "Almost none of the great theorists of capitalism, from anywhere on the political spectrum, from Marx to Weber, to Schumpeter, to von Mises, felt that capitalism was likely to be around for more than another generation or two at the most." - Graeber Anybody know where Mises said this?