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Insights October 22, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

The destruction of the euro

The Eurozone is bust. The deterioration of TARGET2 imbalances have been hardly noticed, but in recent months it has been alarming. Despite o...

Insights October 01, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

The emerging evidence of hyperinflation

Note: all references to inflation are of the quantity of money and not to the effect on prices unless otherwise indicated.In last week’s a...

Insights September 10, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

Inflation, deflation and other fallacies

There can be little doubt that macroeconomic policies are failing around the world. The fallacies being exposed are so entrenched that there...

Insights September 03, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

Inflation — running out of road

If you think that price inflation runs at about 1.6% you have fallen for the BLS’s CPI myth. Two independent analysts using different meth...

Insights August 27, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

A critique of modern socialism

Socialism has moved on from the Marxist version of the state owning the means of production to one whereby production remains in the hands o...

Insights August 06, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

Gold at $2k+. So why the fuss?

There appears to be no way out for the bullion banks deteriorating $53bn short gold futures positions ($38bn net) on Comex. An earlier attem...

Insights July 20, 2020 Roy Sebag

Drop Gold and The Myths We’re Told

An inquiry into the monetary fitness of bitcoin relative to gold INTRODUCTION Since their creation in 2009, novel cryptocurrencies suc...

Insights July 16, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

The pound’s future in a dollar collapse

In recent articles for Goldmoney I have pointed out the dollar’s vulnerability to a final collapse in its purchasing power. This article f...

Insights July 09, 2020 Alasdair Macleod

The new deal is a bad old deal

So far, the current economic situation, together with the response by major governments, compares with the run-in to the depression of the 1...