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Monday, June 29, 2015
It is no secret that I believe that the United States suffers from horrible debt dynamics, a dysfunctional and...
Thursday, February 26, 2015
A Patient Fed Considers Losing Patience By: Peter Schiff, CEO and Chief Global Strategist
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
What Happens When the Surf Is Down - Contemplating Stocks without QE By: Peter Schiff, CEO and Chief Global...
Thursday, July 24, 2014
First Half Performance Review - Inflation Trumps Growth By: Jim Nelson, Director of Euro Pacific Asset Management

Peter Schiff's Economic Commentary

Our weekly commentaries provide Euro Pacific Capital’s latest thinking on developments in the global marketplace.
With his widely followed, and positively reviewed, address to Congress last week, President Trump showed how easy it could be to unite Washington around a big-budget...
There is much we don’t know about how the Trump presidency will play out. Will the Wall get built? Who will pay for it? Will it have at least some fencing? Will repeal...
The optimism that has followed the election of Donald Trump has pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average to the threshold of 20,000, a level that will be both a nominal record...

Market Recap and Outlook

This 30-page special report explains the US government’s “solution” to the 2008 financial crisis and how investors might protect themselves from rising inflation that could pummel the US dollar in the coming years.
Taxed By Debt - Peter Schiff's Special Report

The Government has no credible plan to legitimately pay down our exploding national debt, which currently adds up to more than $56,000 for every man, woman and child in the country. As Washington tosses aside the limitations of the debt ceiling, things are likely to get worse in the years ahead. Peter Schiff explains why an inflation campaign by the Federal Reserve, which has already resulted in worrisome asset bubbles, is their only solution. He offers advice on how to help protect your portfolio from the coming crescendo of printing.

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Global Market Wrap-Up

Mark Hanna, known in the financial community as “TraderMark,” provides his insightful daily market coverage in this column, exclusive to Euro Pacific.
5 Themes for the Week 1) U.S. Treasury Rally May be Sending Red Light over Economy - Despite all the talk of a recovering economy the bond market is sending a different message. After holding over 2.60% for the better part...
5 Themes for the Week 1) Major Divergence Between U.S. Large Cap and Small Cap Indexes - For those who follow markets closely, you may have noticed a peculiar situation developing the past month in the U.S. Large cap...

Euro Pacific Brokers’ Corner

Our weekly commentaries provide Euro Pacific Capital’s latest thinking on developments in the global marketplace.
John Browne
At the Washington joint press conference with Prime Minister May held on January 27th, President Trump told the watching world, “...
John Browne
On December 7, 2016, Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned following defeat in a national referendum, that he had supported,...

Other Voices

This column allows us to present commentaries from outside authors whose opinions we greatly respect – whether or not we always agree.
By Tyler Durden
February 16, 2016
Yesterday we reported that the ECB has begun contemplating the death of the €500 EURO note, a fate which is now virtually assured for the one banknote...
Caroline Baum
March 18, 2015
If Federal Reserve policymakers were to look solely at headline labor market indicators, they might be tempted to conclude that the U.S. economy had finally reached...

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