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The Stock Market's Friend is the Economy's Enemy - Aug 15, 2016

August 15, 2016
We’ve Entered a New Leg of a Gold Bull Market - Jul 15, 2016
Brexit Is The Match That Lights The Tinderbox - Jun 28, 2016
John Browne: Will Brexit lead to global recession in short-term? - Jun 27, 2016
John Browne: U.K. Wouldn’t Take a Big Hit by Leaving EU - Jun 22, 2016
Everybody Knows That The Fed Is Ending Its Tightening Cycle - May 26, 2016
Retail Tanking, Gold Stocks Doubling - May 11, 2016
Fed Dropping Rates To Zero For Hillary Clinton - May 9, 2016
Fed Can't Admit Economy's Weak While Obama Tries to Elect Hillary Clinton - Apr 14, 2016
Peter Schiff on Santelli Exchange: Fed 'Stimulus Trap' - Apr 6, 2016
Fed Undermining Living Standard to Bail Out Government Debt and Prop Up Inflated Markets - Mar 29, 2016
Betting Against the Fed Pays Off in Gold - Mar 23, 2016
Lack of Confidence in Economy Driving Trump and Sanders Voters - Mar 17, 2016
Fed Hoping to Will Recession Away With False Optimism - Mar 11, 2016
Fed Is Trying Everything They Can to Delay the Day of Reckoning - Feb 12, 2016
Fed Must Capitulate or the Bear Will Be Brutal: Schiff - Feb 10, 2016
Gold Going Up Regardless of Fed's Next Move - Feb 9, 2016
How Wall Street is Coping With More Falling Oil Prices - Jan 26, 2016
Market Tanking After Fed Pricked Their Own Bubble - Jan 25, 2016
Markets Are Whistling Past a Graveyard: Peter Schiff - Jan 18, 2016
Schiff: More Pain Coming Unless Fed Eases - Jan 15, 2016
CNBC Admits Peter Schiff Was Right - Jan 14, 2016

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