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The Coming Dollar Collapse “Americans Still Have Time To Prepare”

I found this video and wanted to share with everyone. The video is a year old? However the problem represented in this video is still very current and upon us. Great source of information. I’m interested to know your thoughts. Video was published by MoneyBags73.

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David Morgan: Silver Supply under $16 Is Limited

David Morgan: Silver Supply under $16 Is Limited

  Serious Backlash Coming If Futures Market Breaks By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Original audio available here. Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange: I’m happy to welcome back our good friend David Morgan of TheMorganReport.com and author of the book The Silver Manifesto. David it’s a pleasure to talk to you as always, how are you? David Morgan, The Morgan Report: I’m doing well, thank you for having me on your show. Mike Gleason: Well to start out I’ll ask you to comment on the market action here in 2016 so far. Now, gold and silver have done quite well, we had gold advancing on weakness and concerns in the […]

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New Gold Bull Market Now Official; Breaking Point in Paper Gold?

New Gold Bull Market Now Official; Breaking Point in Paper Gold?

Gold officially entered a bull market in last week’s trading with prices gaining more than 20% from their December lows. The silver price also put on some very nice gains, but the price needs to reach about $16.40 before watchers can make the same claim. If the white metal can exceed last week’s gains of more than 5%, the silver market will reach official bull territory too. Metals investors will be following the speculation surrounding the upcoming Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting on March 16th. Recent rallies in stocks, commodities, and oil are raising the odds that officials just might hike rates once again. Their problem is that the […]

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The Escalating War on Cash and What It Means For Metals

The Escalating War on Cash and What It Means For Metals

Government bureaucrats, central bankers, and Wall Street executives all have their own reasons for hating the cash in your wallet. So, no surprise, they are working closely together to rid you of it. The war on cash is intensifying and bullion investors are wondering what the transition to a “cashless society” might mean. We’ll cover that, but let’s first recap why these organizations are, once again, allied together to the detriment of your ability to transact privately. The self-interest of bureaucrats is one factor. They don’t like privacy. They dream of the day when they can access all of your spending with just a few keystrokes. The knowledge will help […]

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Marc Faber on Cashless Society Insanity and Why Wall Street Hates Gold

Marc Faber on Cashless Society Insanity and Why Wall Street Hates Gold

By Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Mike Gleason: It is my privilege now to be joined by a man who needs little introduction, Marc Faber; editor and publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report. Dr. Faber has frequently appeared on financial shows across the globe and he’s a well-known Austrian school economist, and an investment adviser. It’s a real honor to have him on with us today. Dr. Faber, thank you so much for joining us. Marc Faber: It’s my pleasure, thank you very much. Mike Gleason: Well, I want to start out by asking you about the current state of the financial world here in the early part […]

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Why the Federal Reserve Always “Happens” to Be Wrong

Why the Federal Reserve Always “Happens” to Be Wrong

“The last duty of a central banker is to tell the public the truth.” – Alan Blinder, former Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman The Federal Reserve Board finds itself back in a quandary of its own making. When Fed chair Janet Yellen pushed through an interest rate hike this past December, she confidently cited an “economy performing well and expected to continue to do so.” The Fed set the stage for more rate hikes in 2016. But something went awry along the way – namely, the Fed’s upbeat forecast. Official pronouncements of optimism don’t square with the economic realities now unfolding. Since the Fed’s rate hike, warning signs of a […]

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Top Silver Mining CEO: Don’t Laugh, We Could See $100+ Silver

Top Silver Mining CEO: Don’t Laugh, We Could See $100+ Silver

Exclusive Interview with First Majestic CEO Keith Neumeyer on Metals, Mining, and Manipulation Mike Gleason, MoneyMetals.com: It is my privilege, now, to be joined by Keith Neumeyer, founder and CEO of First Majestic Silver Corp. One of the top Silver mining companies in the world. Keith has an extensive background in the resource and finance sectors, and has been an outspoken voice about concerns that there is some level of price suppression going on in the silver futures market. It’s a real privilege to have him on with us today. Keith, thank you so much for joining us, and welcome. Keith Neumeyer, First Majestic: Well thanks, Mike, I appreciate your […]

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The Dethroning of Cash: Discouraged, Penalized, Even Banned?

The Dethroning of Cash: Discouraged, Penalized, Even Banned?

Stock market gyrations and deteriorating global economic conditions in the early goings of 2016 sent investors fleeing for safety. Or at least what is commonly thought to be safety. Many in the financial media are now trotting out the bromide that “cash is king.” A sampling of recent headlines illustrates how pervasive the thinking is: “Cash Is King as China Sparks Market Turmoil” (MarketWatch, January 20, 2016) “Cash Is King in Times Like These” (Toronto Star, January 15, 2016) “Cash Is King as Europe Adapts to Negative Interest Rates” (Bloomberg, January 26, 2016) “Cash Is King as Disunity Reigns Within G20” (Barron’s, February 1, 2016) But how can cash be […]

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Bizarre Gold & Silver Movements Occurring Behind-the-Scenes…

Bizarre Gold & Silver Movements Occurring Behind-the-Scenes…

Keeping an Eye on Bullion Supply and Demand A lot is riding on the demand side of the equation when it comes to metals’ price performance this year. Demand is the bigger wildcard with signals thus far being mixed in gold and silver bullion markets. The outlook for supply is more certain, and it isn’t pretty. Endeavor Silver, one of the largest primary silver mining companies, announced last week that it expects to reduce production of the white metal by roughly 30%. The company’s El Cubo mine is not profitable despite efforts to reduce costs. Endeavor plans to halt development and exploration at the mine and process accessible ore only. […]

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Steve Forbes Speaks Out on the Presidential Race, Fed Recklessness, and Gold

Steve Forbes Speaks Out on the Presidential Race, Fed Recklessness, and Gold

Forbes Pulls No Punches in Exclusive Interview with Money Metals Exchange Mike Gleason, Director, Money Metals Exchange: It is my great privilege to welcome Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine, CEO of Forbes, Inc. to our Money Metals Exchange podcast. Steve is also author of many fabulous books, including Flat Tax Revolution, How Capitalism Will Save Us, and his latest work, Reviving America: How Repealing Obamacare, Replacing the Tax Code and Reforming the Fed Will Restore Hope and Prosperity. He’s also a two-time Presidential candidate, having run in the Republican primaries in both 1996 and 2000. It’s a tremendous honor to have him with us today. Mr. Forbes, thank you […]

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There’s Something Worse than Having a “Losing Position”

There’s Something Worse than Having a “Losing Position”

There’s something worse than giving up at the bottom… There’s something worse than watching prices fall as you continue to add on the way down… It’s giving up “three feet from gold,” when if you had just stuck it out a bit longer, things might have turned your way. This tendency is part and parcel of human nature, and its effect is not to be underestimated. Way back in 1938, Napoleon Hill wrote about it in the classic book, Think and Grow Rich. Consider what his research uncovered. Said he: More than five hundred of the most successful men the country has ever known, told the author (Napoleon Hill) that […]

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Peak Gold and Silver May Have Come and Gone

Peak Gold and Silver May Have Come and Gone

Have we reached peak precious metals? Many analysts think so. Just to be clear, however, the idea of peak gold and peak silver doesn’t refer to a peak prices. The precious metals put in a cyclical price high in 2011. But annual mining production levels may have peaked in 2014-2015. This is what is meant by “peak precious metals.” There is good reason to believe that newly mined supplies of gold and silver will decline in 2016 and beyond. The main culprit is low prices. In 2015, gold and silver prices spent most of the year trading below miners’ all-in production costs (which average $17/oz for silver and $1,150/oz for […]

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Central Planners Freaking Out about Discussion of Gold’s Role

Central Planners Freaking Out about Discussion of Gold’s Role

Growing Support for Sound Money Rankles Fed Apologists Sound money issues make for good politics these days. The leading Republican candidates have all suggested reforms to our monetary system. The topic is popping up in debates as well as interviews. Predictably, Fed worshippers and proponents of central planning everywhere are snickering and trotting out the usual responses. Michael Hiltzik, with the Los Angeles Times, recently published a column titled “The Worst Idea in the Presidential Debate: a Return to the Gold Standard.” He thinks “a return to the gold-standard would be so not right that it’s not even wrong.” It’s another way of saying the idea is so bad it […]

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How Precious Metals Investors Can Trump the Establishment

How Precious Metals Investors Can Trump the Establishment

As the presidential primaries quickly approach, the establishment is in panic mode over the prospect of losing control. It’s not just about Donald Trump. The political class, the “mainstream” media, Wall Street, and the central banking cartel are all losing credibility in the eyes of the public. 2016 is shaping up as the year of “We’re not gonna take it anymore” – in more ways than one. It’s an encouraging development for precious metals investors and sound money advocates. Rank-and-file Republican voters are in open rebellion against their own party. They forced John Boehner out of his Speakership last fall. Now the GOP’s voter base is refusing to line up […]

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