Good Money

Hi ho Silver, away.

In the midst of a global pandemic, geopolitical uncertainty and unprecedented levels of currency printing – investors are once again turning to the tried and tested safe haven that is SILVER.

Silver is shining

Over $US20 a troy ounce and rising! Long before silver was being used in your smartphones, television sets and ipads – silver was money, just like gold. Countries over the world have implemented various types of silver monetary standards, at… Read More ›

The Gold Factor

A hedge against the printing press! We borrow the following chart from a Money Management article by Russel Chesler titled ‘The Gold Factor‘. The link to the article is here. The article begins – ‘With the world mired in debt… Read More ›

Money is Time!

Which is why everyone should build a website…? We have all heard the saying – ‘Time is money!’ The catch phase of every businessman and woman since the birth of money as a medium of exchange. Accountants, butchers, bakers, builders,… Read More ›

Just throw money at it!

Will currency printing re-inflate stock markets? There is an expression –  ‘There is no problem which can’t be fixed by throwing money at it.’ And during these times of viral contagion, this is exactly the course of action that the… Read More ›

Why pay taxes…

when they can just print money? Day 1 in Coronavirus Home Isolation, we are thankful that the governments of the world are printing trillions of dollars to keep us fed and paying our bills. Day 2 we start to wonder…… Read More ›

Good Money and the Dollar 3

Part 3 – Dollars are not trustless! Our analysis of the ‘dollar’ in respect to the ‘8 characteristics of good money‘ detailed at Good Money continues. In this post we ask – are dollars trustless? The only reason a paper currency has… Read More ›

Good Money and the Dollar 2

Part 2 – An introduction to inflation. Following on from the ‘8 characteristics of good money‘ detailed at Good Money let us continue an examination of the ‘Dollar’ with respect to each. In this post we ask the question – Are dollars a… Read More ›