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This Is Why You Don’t Own A Lot Of Stocks - John Rubino

By John Rubino 7 days ago 2243 Views No comments

A new chart depicts how long the typical wage slave has to work to buy the typical stock. And – surprise – it shows historic, egregious overvaluation which, if history is any guide, implies a crash is close at hand.

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Silver Futures Market Assistance - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 8 days ago 1912 Views No comments

This week, the prices of the metals moved up on Monday. Then the gold price went sideways for the rest of the week, but the silver price jumped on Friday. Is this the rocket ship to $50? Will Trump’s stimulus plan push up the price of silver? Or just push silver speculators to push up the price, at their own expense, again?

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What Form Will The Great Confiscation Take, And How Can We Prepare? - John Rubino

By John Rubino 8 days ago 2065 Views No comments

For what seems like decades, people have been warning that the next time some over-leveraged corner of the financial system implodes, bank and brokerage accounts will be either confiscated by desperate governments or lost during the resulting chaos.

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The West Will Become The New ‘Third World’: PricewaterhouseCoopers - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 11 days ago 19974 Views 6 comments

We’re told that Western economies keep “recovering”. Yes, they recover and recover and recover some more, for more than eight years now. And if Western economies continue “recovering” like this, we now know where they will end up.

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11.1 Tonnes Of Paper Gold Dumped In Sixty Seconds - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 11 days ago 2657 Views No comments

The banks must feel threatened by the recent activity in both physical and paper gold trading. This morning the price of gold was attacked in the Comex paper market after St. Louis Fed-head, James Bullard, delivered remarks about interest rate policy that should have propelled the price of gold higher.

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When the Money Supply Dries Up - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas 11 days ago 2473 Views No comments

Most people in the world today cannot remember a time before Bretton Woods, yet they may soon witness the Bretton Woods agreement becoming a dead duck.

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Sound the Alarm: Bloomberg's "State of the Economy" Survey Reaches Highest Level Since 2007! - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 11 days ago 3667 Views No comments

The markets are supposed to be a reflection of our state of the economy. If the markets are booming, then politicians point to this as a fact that everything is hunky dory and A-OK. Forget the fact that millions are without jobs and stagflation continues to eat away at the core of our financial systems.

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The Costs of Dragon Maintenance - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 11 days ago 2104 Views No comments

Consider the costs of fiat paper currencies, deficit spending, central banking and … dragon maintenance.

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Rare Honesty From A Corporate CEO - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 12 days ago 2858 Views No comments

James Tisch shared some extraordinarily candid observations about the financial markets on Loews Corp’s Q4 earnings conference call on Monday. I say “extraordinary” because I do not believe I have ever heard, in well over 30 years of capital markets experience, any corporate CEO – or any corporate officer – ever speak honestly about the condition of the financial markets.

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Gold ETFs Receive Massive Inflows Throughout January as Uncertainty Increases - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 13 days ago 2375 Views No comments

Precious metals have long stood the test of time. They are a safe haven in times of uncertainty, strife and conflict. If the markets are confused and participants don't know what will unfold, then the markets themselves take a hit while gold and silver receive a boost, fulfilling their role as a safe haven asset.

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