Tag: government interventions

Own Physical Gold as Governments Destroy Wealth and Squander Tax Payers’ Money

Own Physical Gold as Governments Destroy Wealth and Squander Tax Payers’ Money

It is obvious that the policies of central bankers have been a total failure when it comes to stimulating economic growth. If history does repeat itself, then this nominal rise in asset prices will be followed by a period of rising inflation. The ensuing increase in interest rates will prevent governments from being able to pay the interest on their debt leading to a total loss of confidence in their respective currencies.

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United States Of America – Too Many Open Questions

United States Of America – Too Many Open Questions

As the latest and greatest scandal, act of tyranny, unfolds before the United States citizenry, we have to look back and ask why. Why would the government need to collect every stroke of the keyboard, every phone call made and every website visited? If the government isn’t out of control and attempting something that’s very sinister in nature, then why would this information be necessary? What is the point of collecting all this information on each and every citizen?

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The Truth About QE & Our Economy: It’s Going To End Badly

| March 14, 2013 | Articles: General

The media encourages us to believe that practically everything in our economy is either good or getting better. It is not. Trust your instincts and observations more and government statistics and the mainstream media less.

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Gold & Silver Prices – Counterintuitive Behavior To Continue

In this article Grant Williams confirms that both gold and silver have been trading in a counterintuitive way. This same “behavior” is detected in a lot of other markets for a long time. The reason seems obvious: government involvement. The greater the involvement, the greater the counterintuitive behavior. The government is not particularly a market participant that will be out of the markets short to medium term. Counterintuitive price behavior can be expected to continue, throughout (and very likely beyond) 2013.

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Jim Sinclair About The Fed Announcement

There is no way that the implications and consequences of what has been done up to now can be talked or manipulated away. There is no practical way that QE can cease here or in Euroland without a total and final collapse of the financial system. Just go back to the IMF report on OTC derivatives I posted this morning. If QE ceases, the US bond market collapses and the Fed must debt monetize all required debt, which means if QE stops, it starts up again immediately and in a crisis mode.

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