The Currency War, Part II

currency1Jeff Nielson: In Part I, readers saw how our political “leaders” were deliberately destroying our economies (at the request of the Corporate Oligarchs whom they serve) in order to boost the short-term corporate profits of these Oligarchs – by destroying the wages of their own workers.
NYSE:GLD February 14, 2013 2:37pm

The Currency War, Part I

currency1Jeff Nielson: The morning ‘news’ rarely fails to disappoint when it comes to churning out Machiavellian double-talk which is more convoluted than your average pretzel. Today was no exception. The stalwart propagandists at Bloomberg have treated us to another exercise in logical perversity with this headline:
NYSE:AGQ February 11, 2013 4:46pm

Food-Price Crisis Signals Imminent Hyperinflation

Jeff Nielson: Attempting to decipher the global picture regarding food prices, food inventories, and food production is not akin to navigating a labyrinth. A deluge of misleading propaganda and short-term ‘noise’ from the mainstream media means anyone attempting to decipher these
NYSE:AGQ January 14, 2013 3:57pm

Part I: The Road To Bullion Default

Jeff Nielson: Momentous events have taken place in global markets. With both the U.S. and EU announcing “open-ended”/”unlimited” money-printing (respectively); the exponentially increasing money-printing taking place in bankrupt Western economies
NYSE:AGQ October 22, 2012 1:44pm

The 5 Most Popular Leveraged Commodity ETFs (AGQ, UGL, DGP, UCO, USLV)

Carolyn Pairitz: Commodity ETFs give investors the chance to play the commodities market like they were never able to before, now even part time investors are able to get
NYSE:AGQ October 6, 2012 9:50am

5 Commodity ETFs That Should Outpace QE3? (GLD, AGQ, USO, MOO, WOOD)

Jared Cummans: Global easing programs from around the world have investors scrambling back and forth. Some are excited to see stock markets have such positive reactions, while others are ripping the Fed for what they feel will be our undoing. Either way you spin it, QE3 is here
NASDAQ:WOOD September 27, 2012 10:56am

10 Commodity ETFs With Monster Inflows In 2012 (GLD, SLV, UNG, DBO, USO, AGQ)

Jared Cummans: As the years have gone on, commodity ETFs have continued to surge in popularity. These vehicles have allowed for investors of all kinds to add vital exposure to hard assets with ease. While there have been a number of innovative products released
NYSE:AGQ September 26, 2012 12:14pm

The 10 Most Popular Commodity ETFs? (UNG, SLV, AGQ, GLD, USO, IAU, DBC, UCO, SCO, DBA)

Jared Cummans: The introduction of the first commodity ETF cracked open an asset class that had once been off limits to a number of investors. Commodity investing was reserved only to those with complex futures trading accounts and who had the time and ability
NYSE:AGQ September 6, 2012 10:58am

The Biggest Commodity ETF Inflows Of 2011 (MOO, GDX, GDXJ, ZSL, AGQ, IAU, AMJ, DBC, SGOL, WDTI)

Jared Cummans: 2011 was a tough year for commodities, with the majority of investors watching their positions turn sour as equity markets wreaked havoc in the commodity space. But while finding gains for the year was a tall order, it is clear that investors are looking more and more to exchange
NYSE:AGQ January 23, 2012 12:38pm

Silver Investors: Twenty-Five (25) Ways To Invest In Silver (SLV, ZSL, AGQ, SLW, GLD, HL)

Jared Cummans: Now that Q4 is underway, investors are scrambling to find the right asset class for this rocky environment. Last quarter wreaked havoc on a number of investments and portfolios alike, as the global economy seems to be on a downward spiral. Given the current environment, various investors
NYSE:AGQ October 4, 2011 10:04am

Four Ways To Go Long Silver (Two Are With ETF’s)

silver-etfSilver has a long history. Ancient cultures used silver for trade, jewelry, and crafts.  Silver ore was first processed by the Chaldeans around 2500 BC as well as in Asia Minor (Turkey).  In an effort to meet rising societal demand, ancient Mediterranean cultures eventually looked to silver deposits in modern-day Armenia. Later, Rome exploited deposits from the Laurium mines in the Black Sea region.  The Romans used silver and other metals for coinage. The Carthaginians looked to Spanish mines for their silver ore supply. Most cultures have valued that shiny metal known as “gold’s poor cousin.”
NYSE:AGQ May 27, 2009 10:23am

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