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Are You Prepared for the Hyperinflation Shock? Get on the Gold Wagon Now!

The problem is that no one is prepared for the coming shock. All of this printing will result in global hyperinflation of at least similar proportions to the Weimar republic or Zimbabwe. The final decline of the currencies will be reflected in the gold and silver prices. Gold at $1,330 and silver at $19 is a bargain, but with hyperinflation, we could add quite a few zeros to their prices.

The Looming Bank Run Will Send Gold Prices to $3,000+

How do you think the government would react to the ultimate financial crisis…a bank run that locks Americans out of their own bank accounts? Right now, less than 1% of Americans own a single gold or silver coin. If that number rises to just 2%, it would create a huge demand for gold. It could easily push gold prices to $3,000 or beyond. And easily push silver prices to…?

People Rushing into Gold as Large Denomination Notes May Soon Be Killed

This talk about large-denomination bills is really gaining momentum, and I think that’s at least half responsible for the run up in gold prices over the last couple of months. Think about it—in a world without cash, gold (and silver) becomes the currency of anonymity. This also speaks to the need to hold gold in physical form, not in “paper” form.

The Gold Price Has Been Captured By The Modern Banking System

The dynamics behind the gold market are however different now from the early seventies. This time, the gold price is likely to be driven by physical shortages in the old world, as American and European investors wake up to stagflation, their central bank’s interest rate dilemma, and the loss of physical liquidity from their vaults.

The Mindless Stupidity Of Negative Interest Rates

Can anyone show a clear example connecting the dots to show where negative interest rates have stimulated an economy? Can anyone clearly explain how charging an institution or business to hold deposits is in any way stimulative… not net stimulative, but stimulative AT ALL? It defies common sense.

Life In A Cashless World: How Cash Became A Policy Tool

The people now intensively working on a mechanism for a cashless society are building it around the concept of blockchain technology. In essence, there would be a single ledger that records each expenditure or revenue event (the block), linking them chronologically with every other subsequent purchase, sale, or revenue event in a recorded chain.

The Birth of a Monster - The Federal Reserve

The monster was the natural outgrowth of an increasingly troubled banking system. The Panic of 1857 was the spark that set in motion ever more destabilizing policies, caused by the lending activities of fractional-reserve banks. This original sin of the banking system concluded with the birth of a monster in 1914: The Federal Reserve.

The End Of QE3, Trouble Ahead For The Bulls?

The Federal Reserve’s latest asset purchase program, QE3, is coming to an end. What was once an $85 billion a month program, one in which at its peak had been goosing the financial markets and economy at an annual rate of $1.0 trillion – and over its 27 month life will have pumped $1.7 trillion of money into the economy – is going to zero.

"Off The Grid" Indicators Suggest US Economy Anything But On Solid Ground

In summary, this turn through our Off the Grid indicators show a U.S. economy that is still only gradually on the mend. Consumers are no longer as afraid of systemic failure of the banking system, hence the decline in gold and silver coin demand. At the same time, food insecurity is still an issue and food inflation is on the rise.

Gold And Silver – New World [Dis]Order Continues To Slip

Apart from the paper market, there is no reason for anyone to change their habit of buying physical gold and silver. The end game, [of manipulation and US/UK paper derivative dominance] is closer and closer. The best preparation against the collapse of the fiat banking system is the accumulation of gold and/or silver.

What are Negative Interest Rates and how do they work?

The ECB has cut its headline interest rate to a new record low of 0.15%, and also imposed negative interest rates of -0.1% on Eurozone banks with the hope that this will encourage the banks to stop hoarding money, and instead lend more to each other, to consumers, and to businesses, in turn boosting the broader economy.

An Invaluable Lesson for U.S. Citizens from the Bank Confiscation in Cyprus

When countries, central banks, and commercial banks accumulate too much debt, and specifically too much debt relative to assets, you can be certain there is trouble ahead in the system. The U.S. government’s financial statements show net equity (ALL assets minus liabilities) of MINUS $16.9 trillion.

Why Banks Are Doomed: Technology and Risk

It’s not just that banks are no longer needed–they pose a needless and potentially catastrophic risk to the nation. To understand why, we need to understand the key characteristics of risk. The entire banking sector is based on two illusions.

All of your hard-earned money & life savings are needed to prop up insolvent banks, pay for all the bankers bonuses & lavish lifestyles, because bankers will never be held accountable to financial problems they created. You must pay for their mistakes for no bankers are ever held accountable.

The Elusive Economic Recovery. The “Tide of Cheap Money”

What is remarkable is that this setback to recovery has occurred even in the midst of a period when the “tide of cheap money,” to use an expression of the Financial Times in the context of “quantitative easing,” “is lifting all boats.”

China Bails Out Money Markets Following Repo Rate Blow Out

China said it injected over 300 billion yuan ($49.2 billion) into the nation’s money markets over a three-day period as interbank interest rates surged to their highest levels since June – Perhaps the PBOC hinting at tapering at a time when the Fed is actually doing so is not the smart choice…

Your Economical Survival Depends On Gold And Silver

Those who are buying, accumulating, and personally holding physical gold and silver stand the best chance for economic survival when and as the US “dollar” is devalued and the financial system collapses, or undergoes dramatic change.

QEen Janet Yellen Has Ensured An Equity Market Crash Is Inevitable

Yellen’s failure to acknowledge any signs of bubble-like conditions encourages more risk-taking and speculation, ensuring that an equity market crash someday is inevitable – Also her hints of a continuation of QE, thus should lead to a larger bubble; all which eventually pop.

Do You Know Who Owns The Federal Reserve?

Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are U.S. Govt. institutions – It is privately owned and its shareholders are private banks. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of the U.S. for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers.

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