Rumors began to circulate this month that a group known as Finders Keepers had identified the location where gold lost during the Civil War had been buried.
Many U.S. states have changed their laws or amended state constitutions to eliminate sales tax on gold and silver bullion coins since the financial crisis.
The American Innovation $1 Coin Act passed the U.S. House. The bill calls for a new series of dollar coins honoring a history of innovation and pioneering.
Virginia has become the most recent U.S. state to pass laws or amend the state constitution in order to recognize gold and silver coins as sound money.
New legislation proposed in the Senate bolsters asset forfeiture laws by extending their scope to include a much wider range of assets and circumstances.
Everything about the markets and the world economy seems to be distorted in 2017 as we charge full bore into the Trump era.
From Tennessee to Idaho, to Virginia to Arizona, and now Kansas, state after state is adopting new rules for how precious metals are treated by the law.
Does the "Washington Consensus" about Wall St still apply under the Trump administration? If so, what does this vague philosophy stand for?