2013


The Collapse Of Fiat Money by a Falling Energy Supply

Each passing day, the world gets closer to a total collapse of the global fiat monetary system.  After the United States unilaterally terminated the convertibility of the U.S. Dollar to gold in 1971, the world has been settling trade on borrowed time.  It was full faith in the dollar and U.S. Treasury market that allowed global trade to continue for 4…

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University Endowments Cutting Their U.S. Treasury Exposure In a Big Way

It looks as if the some of the top university endowments are cutting back their U.S. Treasury exposure in a big way — in some instances down to zero.   At one time, U.S. Treasuries were the core holdings in most of the university endowments. According to CNBC-Financial Times article: Many university endowments have scaled back…

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