Articles by James Rickards
Congress shouldn't use tax policy to pursue social policy.
The attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya and the Federal Reserve's recent announcement of QE3 show how vulnerable the United States is.
Banks in the United States, Europe, and China are attempting to stimulate their economies through monetary easing.
Banks are to blame for the mortgage crisis, and they should be the ones to fix it by forgiving debt.
The repeal of the law separating commercial and investment banking caused the 2008 financial crisis.
We need another rounding of quantitative easing to force China to revalue its currency and lift U.S. stock markets.
When ideology trumps rigor government spending runs off the rails.
Banks know they won't be prosecuted for illegal dealings, so they aren't afraid of criminal activity.
An estimated $1.5 trillion was stolen from customers in the LIBOR scandal.
Derivatives are too risky and could lead to a market disaster.