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When I speak to friends or family members about inflation, they seem to think of it as something that naturally happens. They shrug it off, recalling their first class during Economics 101 and they accept it as if it should surely happen like how the sun rises, or how we have to file our tax returns. Is that really the case, do we accept it as fact of life, one that has been happening since man started transacting with money instead of bartering?

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SINGAPORE:Of all the gold and silver stored by bullion retailer Silver Bullion, about 90 per cent is owned by foreigners. Silver Bullion said Singapore is seen by overseas buyers as a secure jurisdiction for storing their precious metals.

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"No one wants to lend to a country when that country would use the loan to pay the interest on previous loans - that's throwing good money after bad."

This comment made by a BBC business analyst in November 2011 made a lot of sense – investment-wise. Why would anyone lend to someone who is drowning in debt and is struggling to pay off the interest on previous loans?

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If a picture is worth a thousand words then this infographic was money well spent as it gives a vision
and feeling to our debt problems by stacking US (and other countries) debt into huge stacks made
out of 100 USD bills and placing them, to scale, next to their respective national monuments.

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Large banks had become "too big to fail" because they owed too much money and governments could not afford their failure. But how expensive were these bailouts and what will happen when the next crisis requires even larger bailouts?

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This month we are announcing a new set of greatly enhanced reports for S.T.A.R. Storage customers, we are writing on the importance of counterparty risk and we are publishing a high-quality infographic on Sovereign Debts and how governments kept on borrowing over the last seven years.

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“The word ‘dollar,’ quite literally, is legally meaningless, and it has been meaningless for the past decade. Federal Reserve notes are not 'dollars'; they are notes denominated in 'dollars.' But what a 'dollar' is, no one knows.” 
- Ron Paul, The Case For Gold (1982)

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Come November 5th, the theatre of the United States Congress will once again stage the annual U.S Debt Limit show. However, unlike many award-winning shows on Broadway, this show is seeing dwindling interest from the audience.

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It is no longer news that global commodity prices are in a slump due to cooling demand from China. Just about every commodity from soybeans, coffee to base metals have seen declining prices month after month since 2012. While commodity investors rue their decimated portfolio, no one is questioning the reason for the slump in prices - it comes across as a straightforward case of supply and demand.

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The global silver-coin market is in the grips of an unprecedented supply squeeze, forcing some mints to ration sales and step up overtime while sending U.S. buyers racing abroad to fulfill a sudden surge in demand.

The U.S. Mint began setting weekly sales quotas for its flagship American Eagle silver coins in July because it can't meet demand, and the Canadian mint followed suit after record monthly sales in July. In Australia, the Perth Mint sold a record of more than 2.5 million ounces of silver this month, nearly four times more than in August, and has begun rationing supply of a new line of coins this month, a mint official said.

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