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Founded by Alexander Deluce, The Gold Telegraph is the face of the mining game. We feature breaking industry & economic news as well as commentary and the unmasking of economic truths. We are one of the largest mining communities of active investors in North America.

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Prepare For Negative Interest Rates
As a result of the coronavirus, world economies have turned frantic. That includes the United States.
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Could Major Inflation Be Coming To Canada?
Canadians are beginning to feel the effects of higher prices as the annual pace of inflation surged to 2.4%.
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One-Third Of Canadians Are Overwhelmed By Debt
Personal debt is usually a reason for concern. Many people struggle with it every month. For some Canadians, however, the situation has reached a state of hopelessness.
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Could We Be Heading Back Towards A Gold Standard?
For anyone following the gold industry, a significant development that many in the finance industry may not be paying close attention to is the emergence of Judy Shelton within the Federal Reserve.
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Drowning In Corporate Debt
The International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) has expressed its concern over the amount of increasing global corporate debt.
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The Economy Is Booming, Yet Many Americans Can’t Meet Basic Expenses
Although the economy appears to be booming and unemployment is at an all-time low, not everyone is feeling the economic gains.
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ABX Barrick Gold Corporation
CU First Trust ISE Global Copper Index Fund
GLD SPDR Gold Trust ETF
GOLD Barrick Gold Corporation
SLV iShares Silver Trust

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The History And Rising Power Of Central Banks
Until the early twentieth century, the purpose of central banks was to stabilize and control the value of the currency. When currency was backed by gold, that was reasonably easy to do.

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