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  • The Repeating Pattern of Screwing Over Dollar Holders

    The US national debt stands at over $30.9 trillion USD today. It is the largest debt America has owed since its founding in 1776, and it continues to rise each year.

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  • Get More Gold By Buying Silver Now

    Gregor Gregersen, Silver Bullion's founder, explains how one can get more gold by buying silver now while the gold-silver ratio is high.

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  • Why Gold Does Not Need to Pay Interest

    Gregor Gregersen, Silver Bullion's founder, explains why gold does not need to pay interest. Gold rises and falls in the short term, but gold reliably appreciates over time, whereas inflation incessantly erodes the value of dollars, and interest earned often does not compensate for the loss.

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  • Gregor Gregersen: Gold and Silver Do Best In Stagflation

    Gregor Gregersen, founder of Silver Bullion, shares why gold and silver typically do well in the current stagflationary economic environment. Drawing comparisons from the stagflation of the 1970s, where gold and silver were in a bull market, he believes precious metals are heading higher in the coming years before governments defeat stagflation.

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  • How Singapore’s Founding Leaders Foresaw Today’s Economic Malaise Decades Earlier

    As we near the celebration of Singapore’s 57th birthday come 9 August, it is opportune to recount the foresight and convictions of the nation’s early leaders that laid the foundations for Singapore’s achievements today. We will focus, in particular, on the history and considerations surrounding the issuance of the Singapore dollar.

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  • Why a Currency Board?

    We reproduced Dr Goh Keng Swee's 1992 article extracted from Prudence at the Helm: Board of Commissioners of Currency Singapore 1967-1992 in which he explained why Singapore chose the Currency Board System following independence.

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  • Gregor Gregersen: 3 Common Misunderstandings in the Bullion Storage Industry

    Gregor Gregersen, founder of Silver Bullion, shares his thoughts on 3 commonly misunderstood areas of the bullion storage industry - ownership, insurance and vault security.

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  • Nothing New With Gold and Silver Price Movements

    Why are gold and silver prices heading lower? Has the bull market ended? Relax, these price movements are nothing new and are similar to the 2001 to 2011 precious metals bull market.

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  • Not Worth a Continental

    “Do you think, gentlemen, that I will consent to load my constituents with taxes when we can send to our printer and get a wagon load of money, one quire of which will pay for the whole?” This statement attributed to a delegate of the Second Continental Congress betrayed the allure of printing money for politicians.

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  • How a Country Circumvented US-led Embargo to Buy Gold Clandestinely

    Two Singaporeans and a South African met in a Washington hotel room during the 1968 World Bank summit. The South African, careful to prevent their subsequent conversation from being eavesdropped on by some intelligence agency, said, “Before we talk, we must switch on the TV very loud.”

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