50 years ago, President Nixon did something that economists call “closing the gold window” at the U.S. Treasury. It’s a decision that changed the U.S economy (and the world) dramatically.
Things are going well for EVs. And this one segment of the auto market holds many other implications (up and down) for the industrial food chain.
Something odd happened in the gold market on Sunday night. Let’s dig in…
Jim Amrhein looks closely at what the Cuomo saga shows us about today’s Demo-cratic party.
We’re on the cusp of massive change, grounded in overturning the existing energy system and requiring explosive growth in demand for critical minerals, metals and related materials.
Today, Byron King discusses where cars and transportation are going — and the investible angle behind it.
The U.S. should refrain from fighting the next war because we’ve already lost, long before even one shot has been fired. Let’s dig in…
Today, Jim Amrhein explains why he thinks the policies of President Biden and his party are waving red flags in front of some very powerful bulls.
An anniversary looms, one that still affects us today. The event isn’t well known anymore, but it began with one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history. For that alone, it’s worth recalling.
Alaska fires were all too common. But now that they’ve headed south people have started to pay attention…