Articles by James Rickards
Mandatory debt forgiveness would purge insolvent banks and allow them to return to their original function.
Less federal spending means more private-sector spending, where more jobs originate.
Public unions and Wall Street don't return the wealth they take from society.
China is making vast and impressive improvements to its transportation systems, but it may not have the demand required to finance the projects.
The international monetary system and the role of the dollar are in dire straits even if all of the gold is where it is supposed to be.
The media's coverage of the European debt crisis wrongly presents austerity in a negative light.
Dimon presides over a corrupt institution that extracts wealth from the many and directs it to the few with no value added.
A cheap dollar appeals to all of Romney's worst instincts.
A gold standard can work, but only if monetary authorities are honest about the extent to which money has already been debased by rampant printing.
Gold still determines who runs the system and who does not.