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Why Central Banks Are Pressing Investors To Hold Gold

| September 9, 2015 | Category: Investing
Why Central Banks Are Pressing Investors To Hold Gold

Overall, our Outlook remains unchanged! The reasons why we believe it is crucial for seasoned investors to hold gold have not only remained unchanged, but have become even more urgent. We would also like to go one step further. As governments worldwide become increasingly desperate due to their dire financial circumstances, I believe that they will resort to increasingly tyrannical means to access the wealth of their citizens. It is essential to keep at least a part of your assets far away from the banking system, which I consider to be an “extended arm” of the government.

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Illusioned by the Economic “Recovery”

| September 11, 2014 | Category: Economy
Illusioned by the Economic “Recovery”

The names of the programs change over time, but in essence the outcome is the same: injecting more money into the system. It is our understanding that we have more uncertainties today than a few years ago. This is also the reason why we believe that the global economy will not see a positive development in the years ahead. Holding parts of one’s wealth in physical gold and silver, stored outside the banking system, never made more sense.

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Financial Repression Starts Showing Its Ugly Head

| November 7, 2013 | Category: Economy
Financial Repression Starts Showing Its Ugly Head

2013 is proving to be a hallmark year in the ongoing saga which is called “economic recovery.” If anything has started to become blatant, it is undoubtedly the distortion in money, markets and metals.

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Japan Loves The Bank Bail-In Model As well

Japan Loves The Bank Bail-In Model As well

Although difficult to spot trends in this uncertain and volatile climate, there is one crystal clear trend appearing. Bank bail-ins became “mainstream” in Cyprus in March of this year. The Europeans fell in love with the model right away. Only two months later the phenomenon is going global. Japan officially announced they will adopt the model when it would be required.

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Does America Still Know Rule Of Law – Nationally, Internationally, Or At All

Does America Still Know Rule Of Law – Nationally, Internationally, Or At All

What is this all about anyway? Is America in such bad shape that it needs to criminalize its citizens and its supposed Swiss friends? Is complete citizen transparency and so-called “tax justice” really important enough to throw our long-time values and principles of freedom overboard?

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Gold Moving To A Sound Money System Is One Of The Big Trends

Gold Moving To A Sound Money System Is One Of The Big Trends

Catherine Austin Fitts’ view is that more of a sound money system in which gold is a part. Also more of an equity system which she considers good because a debt based system is a very unhealthy system. By contrast, an equity based system necessitates cooperation and a willingness to create value.

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The Real Reason Why Governments Are Eliminating Financial Privacy

The Real Reason Why Governments Are Eliminating Financial Privacy

If it’s not money, it appears the primary motivation here is control. The new “global standard” is a path that will put governments around the world one step closer to being able to track and control every penny you earn and every penny you spend. It dovetails nicely with the global war on cash.

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Manifestations In Argentina Against Money Printing & Capital Controls

Manifestations In Argentina Against Money Printing & Capital Controls

What is frightening is that politicians believe their own stories and think that the printing press will bring prosperity to their country and citizens. At least, they pretend to do so. Let’s get serious, who in this modern world reigned by the homo economicus still believes that adding huge quantities to the money supply comes without consequence?

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