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Posts tagged 'buy precious metals'

Mr. Palladium Punches Back - Craig Hemke (05/02/2019)

By Craig Hemke 16 days ago 14695 Views No comments

Palladium has been a steady rally since, rising from $832 on August 16 to a recent ALL-TIME high of $1431 on January 17. That's a five month gain of 72%!!

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Gold and Silver Price Goals For Year End - Craig Hemke (11/12/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 months ago 42661 Views 1 comment

For each of the past five years, the market has performed as forecast. So, what can be expected as 2018 becomes 2019?

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Precious Metals in 2017 - Jeff Nielson (1/5/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 2 years ago 9419 Views 2 comments

Where are precious metals markets going? Over the very short term, answering that question is a Fool’s Game, in markets which are constantly manipulated. However, looking out over even the medium term provides a much greater level of certainty.

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Trading NUGT? Play Blackjack Instead - Erik Lytikainen (5/4/2017)

By Erik Lytikainen 2 years ago 11648 Views No comments

Real gold is real money; however, in today's financial system it is traded as a paper derivative. One day, we believe that gold will reclaim its throne at or near the center of the world monetary system. Until that time, our strategy is to remain long precious metals in a nimble way, looking for any clues that the market may provide for near-term price direction.

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When the Tidal Wave Hits, Part II - Jeff Nielson (13/3/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 2 years ago 6504 Views No comments

The first instalment of this series explained how and why an economic tidal wave is now approaching – an economic catastrophe for which there is no historical precedent. In this next instalment, readers will see how and why our nations have never been less-prepared to deal with any economic shock, let alone the worst shock in history.

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Gold And Silver: Legal Weapons Against The Deep State - Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall (10/3/2017)

By Dave Kranzler/Rory Hall 2 years ago 2613 Views No comments

In today’s episode of the Shadow of Truth, we discuss the manipulation of gold and silver and how it’s used by the Deep State to increase the Government’s control over the population.

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2016 Debt Binge Produces (Surprise!) 2017 Inflation. Guess What That Means For 2018? - John Rubino (10/3/2017)

By John Rubino 2 years ago 2612 Views No comments

Just as everyone was finally accepting the idea of deflation and negative interest rates, inflation decides to pay a return visit.

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Dow Euphoria - Gary Christenson (8/3/2017)

By Gary Christenson 2 years ago 3011 Views No comments

But it takes more debt to buy each Dow point than it did several decades ago. How much debt will be needed to levitate the Dow to 30,000? Will it require $40 trillion in debt? And what are the consequences of massively more debt? Stagflation is on the horizon.

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Endless Fed Deceit - Craig Hemke (7/3/2017)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 6234 Views No comments

Of course, we all know that the benevolent and altruistic organization called The Federal Reserve is on a rate hike regimen because the US economy is "booming" and "robust". Oh, really? After just +1.6% "growth" for 2016, Mr. Donut in Atlanta today lowered his Q1 GDP projection to just +1.3%. That sure sounds robust to me!

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The Second Dumbest Kind Of Money Is Pouring Into Stocks “With A Vengeance” - John Rubino (6/3/2017)

By John Rubino 2 years ago 2802 Views No comments

In the past, this dumb money flowed into equity mutual funds in general. But today it’s favoring exchange traded funds (ETFs) that, rather than trying to pick winners, simply offer exposure to sectors or broad market indexes.

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