Silver prices have increased but in a disorderly manner. Over 40 years of silver prices can be represented by four zones of megaphone shaped price patterns. My round number target is $100 or more in 2016 – 2019. Although I hope that the powers-that-be will not choose to create hyperinflation in the US, if hyperinflation does occur, the $100 target will be easily bypassed and much higher prices will be “in play.”
We are in the end game, where paper promises have replaced the stability of gold and silver. The consequences are there for everyone to see. Equity markets, bond markets, commodity markets have all been poisoned by today’s excessive levels of credit and debt. Gold and silver are the barometers of systemic financial distress. The bankers’ have done their utmost to disable the most telling indicators of their present disarray and imminent demise. Don’t be fooled, however. In the end game, gold and silver are not investments.
The US stock market indices are at all-time highs. Is confidence strong in both the US dollar and the stock markets? Or is it confidence that the Federal Reserve, via newly “printed” dollars, will support the market? How much confidence do YOU have in digital Euros versus gold coins in your hand?
“I don’t know what to do,” said my good friend Rob after inviting my wife Jo and me to dinner for the third time in two weeks. “I know I should do something. Every time I think about it, it scares the hell out of me! Maybe I should just hide everything under the mattress.”
Admittedly, Faber his call to hold cash is contrarian, and not the type of tip you would expect from a gold bull. His belief is not to hold cash for the long term. His point is that stocks and bonds are overvalued and not attractive as an investment. As the markets are likely to be shaken up thoroughly in the coming months, it is wise to hold cash in order to jump on the opportunities that will pass by.
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.
The delusions regarding the value of paper currency, usefulness of the Fed, government entitlements, the welfare and warfare state, and continual growth are weakening. The ultimate reckoning may be sudden or slow, but it will not be pretty for the unprepared. Gold and silver will remain valuable and a store of value over the next 60 years.
The arrogance, elitism, and condescension of bankers towards the common citizen are starkly revealed. These brilliant criminals have created the Ponzi scheme of all Ponzi schemes and so far, protected it from any form of criminal prosecution. However, that might be about to change. Awareness of their criminality is growing throughout the world at a rapid pace but never doubt that this group will fight tenaciously and be willing to go to any extremes to protect their centuries’ old scam. We predict there will undoubtedly be more strange banker deaths ahead of us in the ensuing weeks, months, and years.
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.
PositiveMoney, dedicated to expose the destructive power of the current monetary system, explains how the inequality gap has increased continuously over the last thirty years. According to a recent research from one of their contributors, it appears that several factors contribute to the growth of inequality, but at the heart is the operation of the banking system. To resolve inequality, it is mandatory to change the way money is created.
David Morgan thinks there will be no global currency reorganization like Bretton-Woods II before the problem manifests at a level that is a crisis. “My take is that governments are not proactive but reactive. My take, based on history, is that after there is a major crisis, there will be a sort of Bretton-Woods agreement. At that time it could be too late though. There could be so much disruption on a global basis that it might be very hard to get things in order.”
You are about to learn one of the biggest secrets in the history of the world…it’s a secret that has huge effects for everyone who lives on this planet. Most people can feel deep down that something isn’t quite right with the world economy, but few know what it is. Gone are the days where a family can survive on just one paycheck…every day it seems that things are more and more out of control, yet only one in a million understand why.