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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
Now that the Treasury Department has come out in favor of a "weaker dollar" and that George Soros and most major Wall Street brokerage firms are now forecasting a weaker dollar, the complacency with which America's...
Peter Schiff
Greenspan, Wall Street, and the financial media seem obsessed with the idea that falling consumer prices (incorrectly referred to as deflation) are the worst possible fate that could befall a free market economy. In...
Peter Schiff
Anyone who has glanced at the business pages of current newspapers would have to conclude that the falling dollar is a panacea for the American economy, and the metaphorical equivalent of rat poison for the...
Peter Schiff
Not wanting to officially abandon the non-existent "strong dollar policy," Treasury Secretary Snow attempted to save face by offering a definition of the phantom policy, something no previous Secretary had done....
Peter Schiff
In the last two weeks gold prices are up 4%, oil prices are up 13.5%, the U.S. dollar index has fallen 3%, and a plethora of negative economic new was released. Yet despite all this thirty year government bond...
Peter Schiff
By proclaiming last week that that inflation was too low, Allen Greenspan raised the specter of "deflation," a straw man that he can pretend to battle as he peruses the most inflationary monetary policy in U.S....
Peter Schiff
The following is a list of some of the lies told by Alan Greenspan during his congressional testimony earlier this morning. 1. "The U.S. is a self contained economy." How can an economy with a current account...
Peter Schiff
Today's larger than expected surge in consumer confidence, the biggest monthly gain in 12 years, shows that the propaganda effort to convince the public that structural economic problems would be solved by a quick...

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