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America’s Fourth Turning & You

14 hours ago

Jay introduces the guests and gives updates on some of the sponsors and Michael Oliver shares the latest from his momentum and structural analysis. Chris Taylor, President and Director of Great Bear Resources, updates us on the progress being made by the company on its multi-million-ounce Dixie property in Ontario. Doug Casey sorts through recent events in America to help us locate our place in this cycle and provide his best advice about how we can best respond.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200331.mp3 Download

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Johns Hopkins Hospital – Information about Coronavirus

2 days ago

A friend of mine sent me this new information coming from Johns Hopkins Hospital (their website https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/ is extremely informative too) that seems very helpful and try to provide answers to many of our questions. So I am passing it along.
New information coming from Johns Hopkins Hospital. Copied..
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE VIRUS FROM JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL
The following is from Irene Ken physician, whose daughter is an Asst. Prof in infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins University, quite informative.
* The virus is not a living organism, but a protein molecule (DNA) covered by a protective layer of lipid (fat), which, when absorbed by the cells of the ocular, nasal or buccal mucosa, changes their genetic code (mutation) and converts them into aggressor and multiplier

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Get Ready for Massive Change

2 days ago

The unparalleled rapidity with which this financial crisis hit has left investors, including your editor, struggling to cope. The junior mining sector had been rising and doing exceptionally well before the COVID-19 rug was pulled out from under not only this sector but virtually the entire global economy, setting in motion what I believe may be the start of a new global financial system with the dollar no longer featured as the world’s reserve currency. 
I have been talking about that happening for some time, but there was no way of knowing what would trigger such an event. When the dollar loses its power along with the American empire, it will lead to profound changes in the lives of all of us. And because of the “sins” of our past (living beyond our means funded by borrowed money from

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Will Financial Cancer Plus COVID-19 End Fiat Currencies?

7 days ago

Guests include Alasdair Macleod, John Rubino and Ivan Bebek on this week’s episode of the program.
Elites are scrambling frantically to keep their fraudulent pickpocket-fiat-monetary scheme alive as COVID-19 craters markets & the global economy. Last week Charles Hugh Smith suggested that with the real economy hit directly the elite must helicopter untold trillions of dollars directly to all 330 million Americans or threat revolution.
Alasdair suggests whatever the establishment does, its dollar-based global fiat monetary system is doomed to fail given the cancerous growth of debt created in obedience to the faith-based Keynesian economics religion that has sown the seeds of a guaranteed systemic fiat monetary destruction. Both Alasdair and guest John agree that if ever there was a time to

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Will Financial Cancer Plus COVID-19 End Fiat Currencies?

8 days ago

Jay introduces the guests and gives updates on some of the sponsors and John Rubino believes it is now time to buy gold before the dollar value falls. Ivan Bebek, Executive Chairman and Director of Auryn Resources, provides updates on the company’s very exciting gold-copper exploration program in Peru. Alasdair Macleod believes the dollar-based global fiat monetary system is doomed to fail given the cancerous growth of debt from the fiat monetary system.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200324.mp3 Download

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Unthinkable Changes

9 days ago

Hurtling Toward Oblivion, by Richard A. Swenson, M.D., was written in 1999. He had the following to say about exponential change. First in the early 1970s, we were warned about exponential curves. Then we thought better of the situation and decided to exploit the global markets implicit in such dramatic change. But we have not been careful enough—and we are about to be blind-sided by our own neglect. 
Change is not wrong—but not all change is created equal. Exponential change is a class apart. Such a hyper-dynamic environment presents us with a perpetually moving target. Our intuition is seldom sufficient—correct that, never sufficient—to inform us on issues of this nature. This is why we fail to realize the historically unprecedented changes we are experiencing even though they are

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Why Are Things Falling Apart?

14 days ago

Charles Hugh Smith & Michael Oliver return as guests while Michael Hudson appears for the first time.
Mainstream pundits on CNBC & Fox Business channels have been talking about what a great economy Americans have enjoyed with stocks hitting new highs month after month. But abruptly a black swan known as the Coronavirus swam into the picture triggering enormous equity market declines that have investors experiencing levels of fear not known since 2008. But Charles Hugh Smith has recognized deeper problems than Corona that he discussed in his book “Why Things are Falling Apart.” We will ask Charles to dive deeper into the underlying self-inflicted pathology that not only threatens the West’s financial comfort but the liberties we have enjoyed for generations.
Michael Hudson will tell us

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Dr. Quinton Hennigh and the Coronavirus’ Challenges

14 days ago

Dr. Quinton Hennigh discussed with me the seriousness of the Coronavirus pandemic and explained how he is responding to that challenge to ensure the safety of employees in companies he has some responsibility for like Novo Resources, Irving Resources and Lion One Mines.
Dr. Hennigh also shared with me a very helpful article written by Tomas Pueyo with very important information that explains why you must act now about the Coronavirus.  You can read it at https://medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-act-today-or-people-will-die-f4d3d9cd99ca
If you haven’t listened yet to my March 16th interview with Dr. Hennigh, you can do it at here.

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Why Are Things Falling Apart?

15 days ago

Jay introduces the guests and gives updates on some of the sponsors and Michael Oliver provides an update on the increasingly chaotic markets. Michael Hudson, Director, CEO and Chairman of Hannan Metals, talks about a phenomenal very rich sedimentary-hosted copper-silver discovery recently found in Peru. Charles Hugh Smith, author/proprietor of OfTwoMinds.com explains the self-inflicted pathology that threatens the West’s financial comfort and the liberties we have enjoyed for generations.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200317.mp3 Download

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Blood in the Streets

15 days ago

“Blood in the Streets” is the only way to describe last week’s market action. Even after a late 9+% surge in the equity markets on Friday, the S&P lost 1.29% on the week. But what is striking is there was no “safe haven” this week as panic selling was triggered by a basic liquidity problem in the financial market that was not helped by a $1.5 trillion money-pumping promise from the Fed on Thursday, as discussed below. My advice is don’t be fooled by the major rise in equity prices on Friday because there continues to be major systemic liquidity problems.
The blood bath is evidenced not only by the absence of any safe havens but also in my Inflation/Deflation Watch, which is starting a downward trajectory akin to 2008. Massive stimulus package and promises to spend endless amounts of money

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Creative Destruction: Alasdair Macleod suggests a Path toward Monetary Gold & Silver

16 days ago

This letter has been written since October 15, 1981, by yours truly because I took an interest in the connection made by a history professor of mine named Dr. Payton Yoder between a healthy and prosperous nation using sound money and a nation in decline using a currency being debased. Although President Franklin D. Roosevelt took the first step toward destroying America’s currency and thus its work ethic and morality in general, a final nail was hammered into the coffin of monetary destruction by President Nixon in 1971 when he unilaterally caused the U.S. to default on its obligation to back the U.S. dollar with gold. So for instance, if someone submitted 35 dollars to a bank, the bank would have had to pay the person 1 ounce of gold for every 35 dollars, because the dollar was defined by

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Two Ways to Profit from the Gold Share Bull Market

21 days ago

Trey Wasser and Ben Mossman are new guests on the weekly radio show. 
Trey heads up Ely Gold Royalties. Its shares have risen from a low C$0.15 in May 2019 to a recent high of over C$0.90.  Given growth of near-term production from its royalty portfolio, there is no reason to think the upward trend will not continue.
At the other end of the spectrum is Ben Mossman’s Rise Gold Corp. in the process of moving the exceptionally profitable high-grade Idaho-Maryland Mine back into production since it was shut down during WWII. That mine was the second most prolific mine in America until it was closed during the war by government decree even as plans were then in place to double production. The economics were very strong then and they look even better now with gold above $1,600/oz. The shares of

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Two Ways to Profit from the Gold Share Bull Market

22 days ago

Jay introduces the guests and gives updates on some of the sponsors for the day’s program, gives his thoughts on the markets and shares some of his picks. Trey Wasser, President, CEO and Director of Ely Gold Royalties, talks about the growth of near-term production for its royalty portfolio. Ben Mossman, Pres, Director and CEO of Rise Gold Corp, talks about moving the exceptionally profitable high-grade Idaho-Maryland Mine back into production.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200310.mp3 Download

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Leninthink! Are you ready for Communism in America?

28 days ago

Dan Oliver, Quinton Hennigh & Michael Oliver return as guests on this week’s radio show.
You would think any suggestion that Americans would accept a communist form of government is absurd. Think again! In his well thought out and documented essay titled “Leninthink,” Dan demonstrates that the lack of political discourse in America since 2016 has been caused by a political left that intentionally avoids dealing with facts and truth when it doesn’t match its propaganda aimed at  grabbing totalitarian control and demolishing the US Constitution. This political cancer is at a very advanced stage and may be too late to be contained. Dan explains how our Constitution is being undone one step at a time by the left and suggests how we should prepare for this event which is completely out of

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Leninthink! Are you ready for Communism in America?

29 days ago

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s program and Michael Oliver provides his latest comments on the key markets including precious metals. Dr. Quinton Hennigh, Chairman and President of Novo Resources, provides updates on the latest positive developments for the company’s massive gold discovery. Dan Oliver explains how our Constitution is being undone one step at a time by the left and suggests how we should prepare for this event which is completely unexpected.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200303.mp3 Download

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Bloodbath!

March 2, 2020

There is no other word to describe the decimation this Coronavirus is having on the global economy and the markets. And this week still has one more day to go. I’m writing this on Thursday because I have to leave on Friday for the Metals Investor Forum on Saturday and Sunday. I should also mention that due to a death in the family as well as the marriage of our son, Scott, there will be no message next week. Life brings its joys and sorrows, and Teresa and I are experiencing both extremes over a period of a few days. But our ultimate trust is in the Creator of the Universe so we will be just fine and so will Teresa’s mother, who we say good-bye to this week.

Getting back to the markets this week, it’s a ridiculous understatement to say this is a risk off week. You can see for yourself the

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Coronavirus and Credit – A Perfect Storm

February 26, 2020

Alasdair Macleod, Quinton Hennigh & John Kaiser are this week’s guests on the radio program.
Americans long ago stopped worrying about Federal deficits premised on the view that the world will forever need dollars. But what happens if the Coronavirus leads to massive global supply disruptions, the global economy enters a recession and the U.S. debt to GDP reaches historically dangerous levels? With plunging liquidity resulting from a recession and growing bankruptcies, the only way the U.S. will fund its deficits is via the Fed forcing trillions of phantom dollars into the system driving interest rates deeply into negative territory, thus diminishing demand for dollars in favor of tangible assets. With the purchasing power of the dollar in decline, an inflationary depression will ensue.

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Coronavirus and Credit – A Perfect Storm

February 25, 2020

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s program and John Kaiser, an independent analyst, shares a few of his investment ideas. Dr. Quinton Hennigh, director and technical advisor for Erving Resources and “out-of- the-box thinker, talks about the company’s gold exploration in Japan. Alasdair Macleod reports that very many of the world economic indicators are pointing to a slowing economy and the effects of the Coronavirus create a tipping point.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200225.mp3 Download

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Continued Loss of Purchasing Power

February 24, 2020

What are we to make of this week’s major market moves? With stocks down, it suggests a risk-off week. But then we note that the Commodities measured by the Rogers Raw Materials Index gained 1.17% or nearly what the S&P lost. Thanks to the Rogers Fund gain combined with rises of 0.38% for copper, 4.23% in silver, and 2.46% in oil, my Inflation-Deflation Watch was virtually unchanged for the week despite the above-noted S&P decline and declines of 0.48% in the housing stock index, 0.79% for auto stocks, 0.44% in Indian stocks, and 0.54% in Chinese stocks. 
Here is my hunch as to what is going on. As David Rosenberg noted in today’s “Weekly Buffet with David,” the New York Fed’s leading inflation gauge is now at 2.28%.

And while that is down from 2.63% in mid 2019, the 10-Year T-Bill is

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Join me at the MIF in Toronto – Feb 29 – Mar 1

February 20, 2020

Join me at the Metals Investor Forum, February 29 to March 1, at the Delta Hotel, downtown Toronto.
You will get a chance to meet some of the companies I follow plus many other companies that other newsletters such as Eric Coffin, Gwen Preston, Joe Mazumdar, Chen Lin, Brien Lundin, Greg McCoach, David Morgan, and John Kaiser have on their radar and find out what makes us newsletter writers excited about them.  You will get a chance to see these companies presentations and ask them questions face to face after they present their stories.
It is an exciting time for those of us who believe gold and gold stocks are the place to be in during this exciting gold bull market.
See you there!

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In Search of Monster Gold Deposits

February 19, 2020

Dr. Quinton Hennigh, Eric Coffin, Gwen Preston and Michael Oliver are this week’s guests.
Highly regarded exploration geologist Quinton Hennigh’s model regarding exploration projects is “go big or go home,” because the payoff in discovering a large high-margin project is much greater relative to risks involved than in discovering a small project. Hennigh ignores projects of smaller scale to focus time and efforts on elephant-sized projects. He is convinced the Tutavu alkaline project being explored by Lion One Mines in Fiji is one such project. Quinton updates and explains.
Eric was on to the potential of Lion even before Quinton became involved. Eric and Gwen opine on a couple most exciting exploration stories. With equity markets continuing to defy gravity, we ask Michael what prospects

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In Search of Monster Gold Deposits

February 18, 2020

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s program and Michael Oliver comments on stocks, bonds, commodities and precious metals. Dr. Quinton Hennigh, a technical advisor for Lion One Mines, talks about his model regarding exploration projects that is “go big or go home.” Eric Coffin, editor of HRA publications and Gwen Preston, the Resource Maven talk about some of their success stories and share a couple of exciting exploration stories.
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Coronavirus and credit—a perfect storm?

February 17, 2020

This was clearly a risk on week once again as stocks and commodities rose. The only hint at “risk off” was a rise in the price of gold. It really is a world that makes little or no sense to your editor, with equities completely detached from the real economy. And there is honestly a real possibility of a global pandemic from the Coronavirus. With tens of millions of Chinese citizens forced to stay in their homes and with major cities operating at half speed or no speed at all, in the second-most important economy in the world, why would stocks not be discounting a recession or worse?
Clearly a scenario of rising prices and a declining dollar that Michael Oliver’s work was pointing to is on hold for the moment, given the crash in commodity prices related to what is most surely a recession

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Where can we go with the West in decline?

February 12, 2020

Jim Rogers, John Rubino and Nav Dhaliwal return as guests on this week’s episode of the radio program.
The western world bought into the Keynesian lie that deficit spending financed by money created out of thin air is the way to eternal prosperity. But money isn’t actually created out of thin air. It’s manufactured with debt and what we have learned since the 1930s is that under the spell of Keynesian economics, debt is growing much more rapidly than income, leaving the world ever closer to a global depression.
The gods of money at western central banks dodged a bullet in 2008 but only by leveraging the system even further leaving the system ever closer to global poverty and chaos. We ask world traveler Jim Rogers for some ideas about how we might best prepare for a system reset.
John

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Where can we go with the West in decline?

February 12, 2020

Jim Rogers, John Rubino and Nav Dhaliwal return as guests on this week’s episode of the radio program.
The western world bought into the Keynesian lie that deficit spending financed by money created out of thin air is the way to eternal prosperity. But money isn’t actually created out of thin air. It’s manufactured with debt and what we have learned since the 1930s is that under the spell of Keynesian economics, debt is growing much more rapidly than income, leaving the world ever closer to a global depression.
The gods of money at western central banks dodged a bullet in 2008 but only by leveraging the system even further leaving the system ever closer to global poverty and chaos. We ask world traveler Jim Rogers for some ideas about how we might best prepare for a system reset.
John

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Where can we go with the West in decline?

February 11, 2020

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s program and John Rubino provides his latest thoughts on the American and world economies. Nav Dhaliwal, President and CEO of Gatling Exploration, talks about the company’s emerging multi-million-ounce gold deposit and impending share price driving news. Jim Rogers is an author, financial commentator and successful international investor based in Singapore, gives some ideas about how we might best prepare for a system reset.https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200211.mp3 Download

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Risk On Week

February 10, 2020

This was most certainly a “risk on” week with the S&P gaining 3.01% to bring it into a positive gain while both gold and Treasuries were hit hard. Dollar strength has put a damper against commodities and 
there can be little doubt there is direct evidence the coronavirus, which is shutting down industrial production a fairly 
large scale in China and greatly curtailing travel and shopping in general in China, is reducing demand for commodities. I’m guessing the relative safe haven o
f the U.S. in general is also driving dollar demand. It may also be that the failed impeachment against President Trump may be bolstering the dollar.
However, the tweet shown on your left from the very astute Lyn Alden may have the best answer for the dollar’s recent strength. The charts on your left tell the

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With QE Infinity, Is Deflation Possible?

February 5, 2020

Alasdair Macleod, Michael Oliver and Chris Taylor are returning guests on this week’s show.
Alasdair believes fears of price deflation are unwarranted. Price deflation has been brought about by past sound money and free markets. By contrast Keynesian inflationary financing has led to repeated monetary and systemic failures. Investment funded by savings is a far better, natural economic environment than the false gods of easy debt and money printing. There can be no return to the stability of gentle price deflation without seismic shifts in economic thinking by governments and central banks. Alasdair explains why mild deflation, which is positive for most people, is no longer possible. Instead we face prospects of rising consumer inflation as well as continued asset inflation.
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With QE Infinity, Is Deflation Possible?

February 4, 2020

Jay introduces the guests and sponsors for the day’s program and Michael Oliver shares his latest insights on the major markets and the economy. Chris Taylor, President and Director of Great Bear Resources, shares news from the Dixie project that looks like one of the biggest gold reserves found recently in Canada. Alasdair Macleod explains why mild deflation is no longer possible but instead we face prospects of rising consumer inflation as well as continued asset inflation. https://jaytaylormedia.com/media/taylor20200204.mp3 Download

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Coronavirus Trigger?

February 3, 2020

This week was a clear-cut risk off week with both stocks and commodities down significantly while Treasuries and gold gained. Friday, January 31, saw that all the major U.S. equity indexes lost big with the Dow, down 603.41 (2.09%), losing the most. Silver, which derives its value as both an industrial and monetary metal, dropped 0.5% during the week. 
It seems to me the Coronavirus may actually be the natural force that may finally tell the self-proclaimed monetary gods that they are actually not in charge. I asked Bob Moriarty if he thought the Coronavirus might be the unhappy trigger that finally caused humankind to start reflecting on reality, at least in the financial markets if not in the American political realm. Here is what he told me:
“With regard to putting 30 to 60 million

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