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Euro Pacific Commentaries by Peter Schiff

Every week, we release one commentary from Peter Schiff and another from a featured Euro Pacific broker or analyst, or a consultant. Opinions expressed are those of the writer, and may or may not reflect those held by Euro Pacific Capital, or its CEO, Peter Schiff. Browse years of searchable archives below.
Peter Schiff
As Alan Greenspan and the other Fed clowns gathered at the annual circus in Jackson Hole ponder insignificant economic data such as consumer confidence, they will undoubtedly ignore the much more...
Peter Schiff
Members of the housing industry, including realtors, home builders, and mortgage lenders, are virtually unanimous in their conclusion that rising mortgage rates will not lead to lower...
Peter Schiff
The fact that Wall Street and the financial media continue putting a positive spin on the recent rise in long-term interest rates is the best example I have seen of the extreme level of...
Peter Schiff
Three of the four Fed-created asset bubbles have now burst. Though far from fully deflated, the dollar, U.S. stocks, and now U.S. bonds are all in bear markets (with the former two...
Peter Schiff
As pollyanna stock market bulls continue to attribute the sharp rise in interest rates to an improving economy, some are nevertheless wondering if higher bond yields will eventually draw money...
Peter Schiff
As usual, Wall Street has ignored a slew of negative economic news and has ignited a market rally that defies logic. Investors are downplaying today's higher than expected.5% increase in June PPI and are focusing...
Peter Schiff
Today's news that; 1) the increase in import prices has outpaced expectations, 2) continuing unemployment claims are at their highest level in more than twenty years, and 3) the price of crude oil for...
Peter Schiff
Following today's Labor Department release of unemployment data, Wall Street bulls, much like for Godot, will have to wait a little longer for actual evidence of the highly anticipated and widely forecasted economic...