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Your Financial Future With Debt Based Currencies vs Real Money

Your Financial Future With Debt Based Currencies vs Real Money

If you are one of the few who understands and trusts real money – gold and silver – then take advantage of the current low prices, politics, and continual “money printing”. History is on your side in the ongoing conflict between unbacked debt based paper currencies and real gold.

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Structural Over-Indebtedness Argues For Further Upward Revaluation Of Gold

Structural Over-Indebtedness Argues For Further Upward Revaluation Of Gold

From the latest In Gold We Trust report: We expect that financial repression as well as wealth taxes in various facets will increasingly gain in importance in coming years. We believe this to be a disastrous strategy, as the redistribution will merely buy time, while the structural problems remain unsolved.

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America Has Ceased to Exist

America Has Ceased to Exist

A severe economic and/or political crisis can sneak up on you before you know it. Learn from the three harrowing stories of international crisis survivors—and the insightful comments of experts like Doug—how to recognize a crisis in the making. You may need those skills soon because it can, and will, happen here…

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Gold Prices Benefit From Economic Sins

Gold Prices Benefit From Economic Sins

Governments, such as the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, and Japan, spend their paper currencies as if tomorrow will never come. They act as if they believe debts can increase forever, more money will always be available, and debts can be rolled over forever. A recent US vice-president even stated that “deficits don’t matter.” Such economic sins may help the financial elite but they ultimately hurt most people and most economies.

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Why The Bust Is Inevitable According To The Austrian Business Cycle Theory

Why The Bust Is Inevitable According To The Austrian Business Cycle Theory

The newest publication from Global Gold Switzerland “The Clean Slate” focuses on the theory and practice of economic cycles. In just 12 pages, the “Austrian Business Cycle Theory” is explained in a simple and accessible way. The key is that economies operate in cycles, they go through ‘booms’ and ‘busts’, ‘expansions’ and ‘recessions.’ Austrian School economists argue that central banks don’t help in smoothing the amplitude of the cycles, but are actually the root cause of the business cycle.

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Only A Widespread Understanding Of Money And Credit Will Change Our System

Only A Widespread Understanding Of Money And Credit Will Change Our System

We must understand what money actually is… and why Gold is money. As J. P. Morgan famously stated, ‘Gold is money… everything else is credit’. To put it bluntly, bank notes, Dollar bills, all forms of Fiat currency are IOU’s; that is, credit (debt)… and circulating debt notes cannot extinguish debt, they simply shuffle debt around. Money and debt are polar opposites.

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Is It Imaginable That Governments Would Confiscate Your Bank Account?

Is It Imaginable That Governments Would Confiscate Your Bank Account?

In this video featuring resource investor Rick Rule and sound money specialist Mike Maloney, both men discuss the high probability scenario in which governments will confiscate our bank accounts (or parts of it).

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U.S. To Pay Off Public Debt 5747 Years At 100 Dollars Per Second

U.S. To Pay Off Public Debt 5747 Years At 100 Dollars Per Second

If a printing machine were to print one 100 US dollar note and one 100 Euro note every second, day and night, Saturdays and Sundays, without interruption, how long would it take to print the current level of debt of America and Germany? USA needs to pay off 67 human lives. Germany needs to pay off 8 human lives.

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Government Intervention in Gold and the Mega-Bubble in Paper

Government Intervention in Gold and the Mega-Bubble in Paper

In the latest Investor’s Digest of Canada, Johny Embry, strategist at Sprott Asset Management, praises one of the latest precious metals book. Obviously, the book he refers to is “The Gold Cartel; Government Intervention in Gold, the Mega-Bubble in Paper and What this Means for your Future” written by Dimitri Speck.

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25 Fundamental Questions About Debt, Money, and Gold

25 Fundamental Questions About Debt, Money, and Gold

In the era of information overload, people are starving for knowledge. It is one thing to hang on the lips of policy makers of this world, it is another thing to stay unbiased against their words and actions. In that respect, some basic, fundamental questions are too often overlooked (in general, by the mainstream). In that respect, we believe every self respecting individual should at least look for answer on very obvious questions, related to money and policy, like the following ones.

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Gold, Money, Markets – Key Questions for 2014

Gold, Money, Markets – Key Questions for 2014

In this article, author Gary Christenson lists 14 key questions which are highly relevant for the coming 12 months. It is really worth ones time to take a minute and reflect on the points, to avoid losing track of the big picture.

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This Is The Greatest Financial Market And Currency Manipulation Of All Times

This Is The Greatest Financial Market And Currency Manipulation Of All Times

In a week that has been marked by historic mainstream headlines, BFI Capital’s CEO Frank Suess happened to give an outstanding interview about the outlook of global currencies, gold and manipulation in the markets.

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Second-Greatest Opportunity To Buy Gold

Second-Greatest Opportunity To Buy Gold

Nick Barisheff writes: While there may still be price declines, I feel today’s situation is similar to that of the 1970s, and that we have the second-greatest opportunity to buy gold since 2002. Today many investors are tempted to sell their underperforming precious metal holdings and use the proceeds to purchase U.S. equities. But remember–the old Wall Street saying is “Buy low, sell high” NOT “Sell low, buy high.”

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Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

Inflation vs Deflation – Monetary Tectonics In 25 Amazing Charts

How is gold impacted in this inflation vs deflation war? The key conclusion of the research is that, due to the fractional reserve banking system and the dynamics of the ‘monetary tectonics’, inflationary and deflationary phases will alternate in the foreseeable future. Gold, being a monetary asset in the view of Austrian economics, tends to rise in inflationary periods and decline during times of disinflation. The key take-away for investors is to position themselves accordingly and consider price declines as buying opportunities for the coming inflationary period.

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