Why we Now Measure Gold in Dollars — and Not the Other way Around

Prior to 1933, the name “dollar” was used to refer to a unit of gold that had a weight of 23.22 grains. Since there are 480 grains in one ounce, this means that the name dollar also stood for 0.048 ounce of gold. This in turn, means that one ounce of gold referred to $20.67.… Read More

Manipulating Interest Rates Shows Federal Reserve in Panic Mode

The Federal Reserve is in a panic for many reasons, as it appears they are manipulating interest rates through the dollar. They are trying hard to restrict the free market system as rates try to move higher without them. Bubba feels they will lose control as all central banks do throughout history.… Read More

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