Jay Martin and Egon von Greyerz

Cambridge House Chat with Egon von Greyerz and Jay Martin Part II: Triggers, Symptoms & Solutions for the Next Financial Implosion

In Part II of Egon von Greyerz’ two-part conversation with Cambridge House’s Jay Martin, Egon candidly digs deeper into the…

Latest Treasury, Fed and BIS Reports Confirm: All Twisted Paths Lead to Gold

The facts keep piling up, and recent BIS, Treasury and Fed reports confirm that all twisted paths lead to gold.…

Cambridge house CEO Jay MArtin and Egon von Greyerz

Cambridge House Chat with Egon von Greyerz Part I: Why Physical Gold, Why Matterhorn Asset Management and Why Now?

In Part I of this 2-Part discussion with Cambridge House CEO Jay Martin, Matterhorn Asset Management (MAM) founder, Egon von…

How Long Can Lies & Control Supplant Reality & Free Markets?

The facts of surreal yet broken (and hence increasingly controlled and desperate) financial markets are becoming harder to deny and…

Distraction as Policy While Our Economic Rome Burns

Desperation and distraction are masquerading as economic policy. Below we see how and why—and at what cost. If every time…

Hidden Bankruptcy: The Reality Behind Uncle Sam’s Inflated Bar Tab

Below, we look at The hidden bankruptcy of the US in the wake of even more inflationary forces confirmed by…

COVID Bailouts Have Nothing to Do With COVID

Below, we ask a simple question: Is the war on COVID the needed pretext for even more centralized market “performance?”…

New Monetary System

The New Monetary System Will Fail Too

As most of the western world doubles down on easy money policies, one nation stands out and moves ahead with…

One Mad Market & Six Cold Reality-Checks

Fact checking politicos, headlines and central bankers is one thing. Putting their “facts” into context is another. Toward that end,…

Translating Yellen-Speak into Golden-Speak

Given the increasingly politicized interplay (cancer) of central bank policy and so-called free market price discovery, it’s becoming increasingly more…

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