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Gold and Silver Prices to Rise Substantially Higher - This is Just the Beginning

With plenty of upside potential & favorable fundamentals supporting them, gold and silver are not just a safe haven to store wealth in times of stress, but a real opportunity to participate in price appreciation as both are nowhere close to their 2011 record highs. With both safe haven & price appreciation appeal, gold and silver will be tough to beat as a solid investment for the rest of 2017.

American Consumer Debt Over $4.1 Trillion - Last Debt Bubble Peak was at $2.5 Tn

Americans are now borrowing & spending at record levels. Consumer debt being over $4.1 trillion is troubling when student debt, auto loans & credit cards are leading the way forward. Apparently we like repeating history & people may like to forget that at the root of the Great Recession was a giant credit bubble. Even at the peak of the last debt bubble, consumer debt totaled roughly $2.5 trillion.

The Factors that could Propel Silver Prices to over $100 - At Least!

No doubt, silver will face some hurdles in the Q1 of 2017 as investors take a wait-and-see approach about the new Trump presidency. But, when it comes to the longer silver price trends in 2017, there are a lot of reasons why investors should be bullish about silver prices. It’s never an overnight jump but, if history is any indicator, silver prices could climb more than 1,000% in the coming years.

Why The US Consumer Will Cause The Next Crisis

The market is materially mispricing the strength of the US consumer whose weakness will lead the US economy into a recession in Q117. The divergence is a result of the top 40% of earners who have accrued 84% of all new income and only 34% of new debt since 2013. This strength has driven headline sales figures and accounted for nearly all deleveraging since the financial crisis.

United States Of Debt: Total US Debt Hits A New Record Of Nearly $60 Trillion

What would you say if I told you that Americans are nearly 60 TRILLION dollars in debt? When you total up all forms of debt including government debt, business debt, mortgage debt and consumer debt, the U.S. is in 59.4 trillion dollars in debt. And most of this debt has been accumulated in recent decades.

The Greatest Debt Crisis The World Has Ever Seen Is Coming

This debt crisis is going to end up destroying the global financial system and the unprecedented debt binge seen right now is going to continue until someday we hit a brick wall of financial disaster. We can yell and scream, but what is happening isn’t going to stop.

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