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Trump Vs. Reagan, the TWO Causes of Inflation with No Growth

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 12, 2016 11:33:57 PM / by Robert Brinkman posted in Inflation, Bond Markets, Trump, Reagan, central bank debt

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The big differences between Trump and Reagan’s inherited economies

Just after the Trump election I wrote that the stock market would get some wind in its sails purely on the enthusiasm of Trumpulus (stimulus generated by Trump intending on building things), and we’ve certainly seen that happen.  So much so, that we need to take a little breath and recognize the expensiveness of stocks at this level, and take a sobering look at the economy Trump is inheriting versus what things were like when Ronald Reagan took office in 1982.

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3 Reasons Why Precious Metal Prices Are Going Up in the Near Future

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 31, 2016 2:27:51 AM / by Robert Brinkman posted in Precious Metals, Non-traditional investing, Central Banks, Inflation

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Sticking to our month long theme about significant issues that will unfold on the world stage this October and how China is embroiled in many of them, let’s discuss an asset that everyone reading this should have some participation in: Precious Metals.


If you listen to the radio or watch television for an hour, you will witness at least 1 advertisement for gold ownership.  This should be the first tip that investing in gold and silver has increased substantially.  After all, if investors weren’t purchasing the precious metal, the firms wouldn’t bother spending their pretty penny on expensive ads.  


There are 3 specific reasons I believe gold (and silver) will appreciate significantly over the next several years and if you’re considering participating, doing so before October will be important.
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