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The US Is A Corporation. Precious Metals Stand In The Way.

The US Is A Corporation. Precious Metals Stand In The Way.

Where have all the trillions of newly created “money” gone? Into the failed and bankrupt banking scam conducted by the elites. All world-wide monetary policy undertaken by the central banks has been for the sole purpose of protecting the failed banking financial structure, propping up the fiat currencies.

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The Rise Of The Paper Machines

The Rise Of The Paper Machines

The powers-that-be have done a great job levitating Group One markets and suppressing Group Two markets. They have considerable resources, massive quantities of fiat currency, considerable influence over the media and government statistics, and the power of the banking cartel and “printing press” behind them. They possess the motive, means and opportunity, so there should be no surprise at their success levitating Group One markets.

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Nothing Of Substance Going On In Precious Metals. Fiat Dollar Controlling?

| April 12, 2015 | Category: Price
Nothing Of Substance Going On In Precious Metals. Fiat Dollar Controlling?

For as long as the fast fading, but still very lethal, US military dominance exists, a renewed bull market in precious metals cannot. It is really that simple. The US, as emperor may not be wearing any clothes, but it still wields the mightiest sword. Sadly, the worst may be yet to come as the US refuses to bow out gracefully to the will of the rest of the world seeking only harmony and growth.

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Silver Projection From Crude Oil & T-Bonds

Silver Projection From Crude Oil & T-Bonds

T-bonds made a 3 sigma move higher in March based on the monthly data through Friday March 27. The crude to T-bonds ratio hit an 11 year low. Lows for the last 20 years in that ratio have marked important lows in crude oil and also important lows in silver since 2000. Maybe this time will be different, but I doubt it. Expect crude oil and silver to rally substantially in 2015 – 2016.

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Asia Will Have More Impact on Financial Markets Than U.S. Fed Rhetoric

| March 31, 2015 | Category: Economy
Asia Will Have More Impact on Financial Markets Than U.S. Fed Rhetoric

Right now, global financial markets are reacting to what the Federal Reserve may or may not do. At the last FOMC meeting, Yellen decided to drop the word “patience” from its forward guidance. As far as I am concerned, the word patience is irrelevant and it makes no sense whatsoever, why this one word from the Fed should have such an impact on global financial markets. But, this is the madness of today that has pervaded these markets. Basing critical investment decisions on garbage rhetoric, lies and deception rather than real, truthful and important fundamental information have become the norm. To me, it is unbelievable that people have attempted to predict the action of the most powerful bank in the world by deciphering the meaning of one word when the fundamentals are so very clear?

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Extremes In The Markets: Expect Consequences (Part I)

Extremes In The Markets:  Expect Consequences (Part I)

We have many economic and political extremes in our current world. Perhaps this time will be different, but I doubt it. Debt will increase until a “reset” occurs. Politicians will “extend and pretend” and make MANY promises. The S&P has enjoyed a large rally in the last 6 years. It will correct. Bonds are in a massive bubble, partially created by the low and negative interest rates forced upon the system by central banks. All bubbles eventually burst. Gold and silver and their stocks have been beaten down for nearly four years. They will rally to new highs.

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Gold & Silver Stocks Will Rise Again

| March 24, 2015 | Category: Stocks
Gold & Silver Stocks Will Rise Again

Gold and silver have fallen hard since 2011 and gold and silver stocks have been crushed. The chart of the XAU shows a November low not seen since 2000. The ratios of the XAU to the S&P and to gold show that gold and silver stocks have been “out of favor” as easy money has levitated the broad stock market at the expense of gold and silver stocks. Those stocks should “regress to the mean” and move much higher. I suspect 2015 will clearly show the bottom occurred in 2014 for gold, silver and the XAU.

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Global Currencies Teeter as Bonds Offer “Return-Free Risk”

Global Currencies Teeter as Bonds Offer “Return-Free Risk”

Regardless of how the dollar fares versus the euro or other currencies in the near term, the dollar stands to resume the long-term trend identified by Warren Buffett. The dollar, over time, is destined to depreciate against real assets, including gold and silver.

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China’s AIIB Spells Dollar Demise, Not Clear For Precious Metals

China’s AIIB Spells Dollar Demise, Not Clear For Precious Metals

The entire Western banking system is corrupt and bankrupt, held together by issuing more and more fiat, but only into the totally insolvent banking system. For as long as people are willing to buy into the lies spewed by the criminal enterprises, more commonly known as governments, the “emperor-is-wearing-no-clothes” mentality will keep the elite’s sinking fiat ship alive. There is obviously no known solution for world-wide stupidity.

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Gold Is Bucking The Trend Of The Dollar

| March 19, 2015 | Category: Price
Gold Is Bucking The Trend Of The Dollar

If we do see gold break out of its bearish channel next week, the yellow metal may target the Fibonacci retracements of the 2-month drop at 1205 (38.2% or even 1245 (61.8%) moving into Q2, especially if the greenback sees a more meaningful correction. On the other hand, a reversal off the top of the channel may take prices down to test the five-year low at 1130. Time will tell if gold can continue to buck the trend in the buck.

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Falling Dollar Boosts Gold After FOMC Meeting

| March 18, 2015 | Category: Price
Falling Dollar Boosts Gold After FOMC Meeting

Gold benefits from a weaker dollar and lower interest rates. Gold and energy stocks were among the day’s biggest winners.

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Currency Wars Spread Worldwide As Turmoil In Forex Markets Intensifies

Currency Wars Spread Worldwide As Turmoil In Forex Markets Intensifies

Last week, global markets were dominated by the currency market as the U.S. dollar continued its unrelenting upward momentum impacting on dollar commodities including gold which ended the week at $1158.60 an ounce. Currently, the low interest rate environment has forced individuals to speculate and invest in equities in an attempt to generate some return for their investment. After all who in their right mind is going to pay a bank to keep their money? And, as the hard working individual continues to be penalised, global major banks are getting away with a list of crimes.

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When Will Precious Metals Rally? Not In 2015.

| March 14, 2015 | Category: Price
When Will Precious Metals Rally? Not In 2015.

A few charts on the Federal Reserve’s worthless fiat “dollar,” start our chart line up. We keep referencing the “dollar” as worthless because in truth and reality, it is. Any “value” ascribed to the “dollar” comes from everyone’s imagination. It is the ultimate Ponzi best described by “the emperor is wearing no clothes.” It reflects the largest propaganda scam by the elites to get people to accept worthless fiat paper as having “value,” while maintaining that gold and silver have none. Stackers know otherwise, the majority of others do not, judging by their actions.

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Long-Term Correlations Between The Dollar And Oil, Stocks, Bonds, Gold

| March 13, 2015 | Category: Price
Long-Term Correlations Between The Dollar And Oil, Stocks, Bonds, Gold

The correlations between Dollar-Oil and Dollar-Gold are much stronger, and negative. The 12-month Correlation Coefficients fluctuate above and below the zero line, but the 60-month moving average is mostly negative. Oil and the dollar were positively correlated from 2000 to 2004, but this did not last long as the negative correlation returned. The relationship between gold and the Dollar is by far the strongest, and a strong Dollar is clearly hurting gold.

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