Eric, Catherine and Kid

I forgot to mention I’d left some comments/speculation to this excellent article that looks at the Sprott three months to get my silver story, which includes some graphics of what 600t of silver looks like.

I also liked this blog post by Catherine Austin Fitts, keeping things in perspective:

“Gold is a metal.

If . . . → Read More: Eric, Catherine and Kid

Chris Marchese and Jason Burack: Mine Precious Metals Investments

The exciting tech sector of yesterday will pale in comparison to the precious metals sector of tomorrow, say Chris Marchese, portfolio strategist with a hedge fund under Vishni Capital, and Jason Burack, independent investor and creator of Wall Street for Main Street. In an exclusive interview with The Gold Report, they share their . . . → Read More: Chris Marchese and Jason Burack: Mine Precious Metals Investments

Recovery: Bottom Up or Top Down?

Say’s Law or Keynes’?

If we can peel away the political posturing, there is an important argument in the issue of how best to generate a recovery in our country’s economy. Put simply, the question is whether producers (employers) are the answer and we should do everything we can to encourage them, or whether . . . → Read More: Recovery: Bottom Up or Top Down?

Which Pittsburgh are you looking at?

It’s possible that I may have contributed to a few stories not making ink.  If even partially true, it wasn’t my intention. I believe there was interest in a report Brookings released today: Education, Demand, and Unemployment in Metropolitan America.  You can see a selection of those stories from around the country.

The curious thing was that . . . → Read More: Which Pittsburgh are you looking at?