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Under New Management - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas Today 49 Views No comments

When a new leader is elected, the best first assumption to make is that his campaign promises probably had little or no relationship to his actual intentions. More likely, his intentions will be to continue to pander to the Deep State and those that helped him to get elected.

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Essential Commodities: Gold, Silver, Popcorn - Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler

By Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler Today 45 Views No comments

The Trump presidency will usher in a period in which Orwell’s prophecies will shift into overdrive. Popular mistrust of anything and everything Government will accelerate and Big Government’s attempt to counter-act this movement will take place in the form of intensified propaganda and a further reduction in civil rights.

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Republicans, Democrats, and Voodoo Economics - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson Today 249 Views No comments

What do Republicans and Democrats have in common (the politicians and their supporters)? Each side will tell you that only their party has the savvy to competently manage the U.S. economy, and that the other party has never made a correct economic decision in living memory. Each side is half right.

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Questioning The Generally Accepted Narrative - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 2 days ago 550 Views No comments

One of the primary themes that we've been repeating is that 2017 is going to be a wildly unpredictable year. To that end, today we begin what might be a wildly unpredictable week. Buckle up.

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Global Uprising: The Time is Now - Rory Hall

By Rory Hall 2 days ago 203 Views No comments

Apparently, we, the citizens of the world, aren’t smart enough to determine our own economic future and the global elite have taken it upon themselves to meet annually in order to determine what is in our best interest.

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Bill Holter: Money, Currency, and You - Maurice Jackson

By Maurice Jackson 2 days ago 236 Views No comments

Bill Holter, of jsmineset.com sits down with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable to discuss why owning physical precious metals is paramount not just for investors, but citizens as a whole.

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Momentum Traders Shift To Gold And Silver - Rory Hall

By Rory Hall 2 days ago 122 Views No comments

50% of gold’s move occurred on Monday, while the U.S. was closed in observance of MLK’s birthday and well before the Trump tweet. Mining stocks in Canada moved up sharply yesterday. This tells us that there are other factors behind the move in gold besides the expectation that the dollar is going to sell-off.

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Most Overvalued Stock Market In U.S. History: Here’s Why - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 10 days ago 306 Views No comments

I find it to be mind-blowing when financial advisors and stock market gurus get in bubblevision or write Seeking Alpha articles and assert that the stock market is good “relative” value right now. They are either dishonest, unethical or just stupid.

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The Secret of Wealth Preservation - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 10 days ago 1227 Views 4 comments

What is the secret of wealth preservation? In the simplest of terms: don’t gamble, and don’t let others steal your wealth. In the real world, however, this simple formula is somewhat more complicated.

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How Did We Get 2016 So Wrong? - John Rubino

By John Rubino 11 days ago 252 Views No comments

Go through the late 2015/early 2016 articles published on this and similar sites and you’ll find a consensus that 2016 was going to be a really bad year.

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