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Posts tagged 'Jeff Nielson'

Belt & Road and Precious Metals - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson Yesterday 2018 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

By Jeff Nielson 7 days ago 2896 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

By Jeff Nielson 13 days ago 5795 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

By Jeff Nielson 23 days ago 9723 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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Gold: the Mine Reserve Crisis, and Higher Prices - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 1 month ago 6202 Views No comments

Readers have heard considerable doom-and-gloom here over the past year: bullion prices must go (still) lower before they can go higher. That thinking hasn’t changed. However, here is yet another reason why this pending take-down must be brief – and result in much, much higher prices afterward.

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Cryptocurrencies vs. Bullion - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 1 month ago 7682 Views 3 comments

Crypto-currencies have seen a spectacular run-up in their exchange rates recently. Bullion investors frustrated with stagnant (manipulated) prices for gold and silver may wonder how these virtual currencies could/should be a part of their own financial management strategy. It’s all a question of apples and oranges.

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The End of Markets, Part III - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 6508 Views 1 comment

In place of what used to be Western markets, we now only have computerized price-rigging – orchestrated by a single Crime Syndicate. Sound impossible? No. What is impossible are the prices and price movement in what used to be Western markets.

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The End of Markets, Part II - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 7043 Views No comments

Real markets produce price discovery. Real markets involve humans trading with humans. We no longer have price discovery in what the bankers call “markets”. We no longer have humans trading with humans in what the bankers call “markets”. What do we have if we don’t have markets? Read on…

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The End of Markets, Part I - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 4896 Views 5 comments

We have “free markets”. This is what is crowed constantly by the vacuous parrots of the mainstream media. It’s a nice myth – for anyone lacking the knowledge to see through it. The reality is that in larger terms, we no longer have any markets at all.

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The Hundred Billion Dollar Man - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 3 months ago 17867 Views 1 comment

In the middle of 2014; Warren Buffett's cash hoard reached an all-time record high: $50 billion. Readers were warned at that time that the Vampire of Omaha was already planning on feasting on the misery of others following the Next Crash. Three more years have gone by. Now the Buffett cash hoard has hit $100 billion – and the bubbles are much bigger.

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