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Posts tagged 'Jeff Nielson'

The GREAT Arbitrage Opportunity - Jeff Nielson (17/10/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 11328 Views 2 comments

The Great Arbitrage Opportunity approaches. What makes this opportunity even better is that all we need to do to take advantage of it is what we are already doing: playing defense.

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Not All Hard Assets Are Created Equal - Jeff Nielson (3/10/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 6786 Views No comments

Fiat currencies are worthless. Denominated in these currencies, all hard assets have a “price” of infinity. Put another way, as the paper loses more and more of its value, we lose track of the relative value of various asset classes. Not all hard assets are created equal.

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The ONLY Variable That Matters To The Price Of Gold - Jeff Nielson (27/9/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 14193 Views 8 comments

Forget everything else you see and hear with respect to the price of gold. Only one variable counts. One variable should exert more impact on the price of gold than all other variables combined.

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Central Bank “Cryptocurrencies”? Just a Different Kind of Funny-Money - Jeff Nielson (22/9/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 11231 Views 32 comments

Western central banks are now showing open interest in cryptocurrencies. Does this mean that this new form of faux money now has the seal of approval of these institutions of monetary crime? Not exactly.

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Poverty, Prosperity, and Precious Metals - Jeff Nielson (11/9/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 10947 Views 2 comments

If you want to be Poor, keep your wealth in the bankers’ paper currencies. If you want to be prosperous, store your wealth in precious metals. The last 75 years of History prove this is absolutely true.

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Why Has Silver Been Suppressed? - Jeff Nielson (30/8/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 9047 Views 2 comments

Readers frequently hear about “silver manipulation”. However, less often discussed are the precise reasons for this manipulation. Like gold, silver is money. But silver is more, silver is the People's Money.

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Belt & Road and Precious Metals - Jeff Nielson (22/8/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 9286 Views No comments

The economic, monetary, and mining fundamentals that favor higher precious metals prices have never been stronger. With metals prices perennially suppressed, both the gold and silver market have long-term supply deficits. What else is necessary to shatter the bankers' chokehold over these markets? Strong demand. China's “Belt and Road Initiative” equals strong demand.

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The U.S. Stock Market Mega-Bubble - Jeff Nielson (15/8/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 7346 Views No comments

U.S. equities markets don't merely represent a bubble. They represent an insane bubble where valuations keep going higher and higher based upon relentless manipulation and the constant lies and half-truths from market prostitutes.

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Planning for an Uncertain Future - Jeff Nielson (9/8/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 6705 Views 3 comments

It’s easy finding asset classes which will allow us to hedge against known or predictable events. However, when it comes to protecting us against unprecedented threats, which could strike at any time, very few asset classes compare with History’s proven safe havens.

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Gold or Silver? A 2017 Perspective - Jeff Nielson (31/7/2017)

By Jeff Nielson 1 years ago 10507 Views No comments

Gold or silver? Precious metals bulls can be found which would take either side of such a debate. Examine the arguments objectively, and such a debate evaporates. Investors should not be asking the question: gold or silver? Rather, they should be adopting the strategy of gold and silver.

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