Articles by James Rickards
Over centuries it is the hard assets not the paper assets that retain value through collapse and catastrophe.
The Obama deficits were an order of magnitude greater than anything ever attempted.
The Fed's policy has failed to achieve its goals and is leaving the U.S. economy worse off when compared to a more normal interest rate environment.
War with Iran hangs over global markets like the sword of Damocles.
The next financial war will be bloodier and harder to stop.
Greece's Lucas Papademos and Italy's Mario Monti transcended political gridlock to avert fiscal disaster.
Even though some numbers are improving, the threat of another recession is still very real.
Obama's proposals to increase taxes on private capital gains, dividends, and entrepreneurs reveal a bias against private capital.
Citizens everywhere should realize that competitive devaluations are not a path to prosperity—they are a path to ruin.
The Federal Reserve will do everything it takes to hit its targets.