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Gold and Silver vs Debt and Taxes

| September 22, 2014 | Category: Economy
Gold and Silver vs Debt and Taxes

Gold prices are still low compared to debt as shown by the gold to population adjusted national debt ratio from the past 44 years. National debt is increasing rapidly, population is increasing slowly, and the gold to population adjusted national debt ratio seems likely to increase substantially from here. Hence gold prices will rally much higher, thanks to massive increases in debt, more currency in circulation, “money printing,” investor demand, higher energy prices, various worries and wars, and Asian demand.

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Debt Is Trouncing Precious Metals, For Now

| May 31, 2014 | Category: Price
Debt Is Trouncing Precious Metals, For Now

Gold and silver are the exact opposite of debt. When you own gold and silver, you own it outright. You know by the unrelenting manipulation of the price for both by the central bankers how desperate they are to keep it from challenging their grand fiat scheme. We are adherents of letting the market interaction of price and volume, as found in the charts, speak loudest and silence a great many “opinions” offered from a variety of sources.

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20 Years of Inflation in Debt and Prices

20 Years of Inflation in Debt and Prices

Expect more debt and higher prices for stocks, energy, gold and silver. Expect more volatility as prices adjust for the latest shock, insolvency, war, and announcement from the Federal Reserve or supposedly important politician. The powers-that-be know the game is “Inflate or Die” and while they might not be all-powerful, a century of increasing prices indicates they will probably get what they want.

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