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Risk-On Mania Infected Markets will soon be Gold Silver Friendly

The Trump election has ignited a market mania, to everyone’s surprise. In fact, we think that risks are rising, not falling, but that’s not what the markets think as of now. Actually, in economic terms, nothing real has changed for the better & the relief probably won’t last long. And then we will see what the world really looks like. Guess it will be very gold silver friendly.

Silver Prices to Explode on Exponentially Increasing National Debt

The U.S. National Debt is a “train-wreck.” Silver and gold prices erratically increase along with debt. Given that silver prices are near the low end of their 20 year “megaphone” pattern, expect much higher silver prices. Further, the cost of production is increasing rapidly and the ore quality is declining. Expect prices to increase based on limited supply.

"Too Many Promises That Can't be Kept" - The Fed Can't Raise Rates: Paul Volcker

One can’t really blame the government for continuing its debt-funded spending spree – despite protests to the contrary – after all rates are so low, it would be irrational not to take advantage and add on more debt. However, it is here that the punchline from the Volcker op-ed kicks in, and explains why the Fed is stuck and will find it next to impossible to hike rates.

Silver Prices to Increase Exponentially in the Long Term

Silver prices, relative to the S&P 500 Index, are currently quite low. Central banks have levitated stock prices and “discouraged” silver prices since 2011. What if the S&P continues its exponential increases and the ratio reverts back toward the high end of its range? The silver to S&P ratio could be around 3.0, and the annual average price for silver could be roughly $100 – $150.

Here Is Why The US Dollar Collapse Is Imminent

The list of reasons why the US dollar could collapse is getting bigger daily. Here are some factors – Reckless monetary policies by the Federal Reserve. U.S. national debt continues to increase. Other currencies like the Chinese yuan are gaining a significant amount of attention on a global level. Central banks are starting to lose trust in the US dollar as well. Read more…

Debt Addiction Will Drive Gold And Silver Prices Higher - Guaranteed!

Gold and silver are finite. Fiat is infinite. When the infinite begins to chase the finite in more earnest, it is anyone’s guess as to how the valuing of gold and silver will unfold. Those who have placed their trust in the natural order of supply and demand will amply be rewarded once the unnatural forces of fiat evil lose their incestuous grip of faux, yet real, power.

National Debt: US Economy Priced in Gold - Cause For Alarm

National debt has increased exponentially for the past 50 years. The 35-year graph shows on average the national debt has increased rapidly, even when priced in gold. Debt is increasing far too rapidly & gold is underpriced. The current national debt is equal to about 100 times the total value, at current gold prices, of the gold “officially” stored in Fort Knox. This should be cause for alarm.

A Rush to Gold and Silver Simply Indicates the Falling Influence of US Dollar

While the DOW and S&P languished in the agony of three crashes from March of 2000 through 2009, gold and silver got no respect from Wall Street or financial media. That’s despite gold doubling in paper money terms 2.8 times from 2001 to 2011. But no market goes up or down forever. After years of massive money printing & price manipulation, the gold and silver bull is back.

Higher Gold Prices can Produce the Inflation the Elites Seek

There are three ways out of debt. One is default, which is not a good option. One is growth, but it’s not happening. The third way is inflation. The government has to have inflation. If it doesn’t, there’s going to be a crack-up in the national debt. But we’re not getting inflation from monetary policy. There’s another option & that’s to bid up the price of gold.

Physical Gold, the Misery Index and Monetary Insanity

The official national debt of $19 trillion, measured in gold, is about 15 billion ounces – around 100 times the quantity of gold supposedly stored in Fort Knox. Given the insanity of endless borrow & spend programs, ever increasing debt, overpriced stocks & bonds, desperation & delusions, and more … have you stacked physical gold in preparation for the inevitable consequences?

Gold and the Postponed Stock Market Correction

Is it just me or is the next market correction taking way longer than it should? In other words, have the powers that be figured out how to keep the music playing better than ever? The Fed must have inflation & will do everything possible to create it. Central banks as well as markets have become aware that monetary policy has limitations. And the gold price is sniffing this out.

The Fed Blinked; Dollar Plunged; Gold Rallied

Gold has fallen for the last few years based on this false belief that everything is great and we’re going to have a return to normalcy, and the Fed’s going to shrink its balance sheet. Nothing could be further from the truth. This gold price today, is at the highest it has been since the Fed hike. And this collapse in the dollar today is just the beginning.

Regarding Gold - You Should Think Like an Indian

All Indians own gold & keep it as close as possible, as jewellery, since “wearing wealth” means that it can be kept very close. Throughout the ages, there have always been governments that have attempted to part people from their wealth. It may well be that the first step for each of us succeeding in retaining our wealth might be to think more like an Indian.

Silver and S&P Similarities – Tops and Bottoms

Silver bottoms occur about every seven years and roughly line up with S&P tops. Assuming the S&P has topped, that supports the expectation for a silver low in December 2015 or perhaps 2016-Q1. The next big move in silver should be a substantial, multi-year rally to much higher prices. My 5 – 7 year estimate is $100 per ounce for physical silver.

Gold Price Strengthening as Debt Ceiling Debate Heats Up … Again

Any near-term “resolution” of the debt ceiling standoff that doesn’t require the government to start living within its means won’t resolve the debt problem. It will just make the problem bigger – more spending; more borrowing; more bond buying from the Federal Reserve. It all adds up to more reasons to own gold and silver.

Gold Prices vs National Debt: The Big Picture

Since the peak in gold prices in 2011 the Federal Reserve has “generously” supplied the world with trillions of dollars of newly created digital and paper debt, all backed by nothing but faith and credit. Bonds have rallied and the S&P is higher by 50% or so. The US national debt has steadily increased and gold is still bumping around a bottom.

Warnings From Exponential Markets vs Gold

For the past 15 – 40 years, debt and most markets have moved upward in exponential trends. Expect debt to increase, politicians and central banks to spend and “print” more. Can we borrow our way out of debt and into prosperity? Typical government and central bank actions indicate the usual answer is yes. A more realistic understanding, which is coming, will boost gold prices.

Silver Market Crushed & the S&P Levitated: Both seem likely to turn soon

Confidence is what holds the unbacked fiat currency system together. Confidence can evaporate rapidly, though unpredictably. When confidence fades – real money, hard assets, and commodities, such as gold and silver, real estate, diamonds, and base metals, will shine. The silver market has been crushed and the S&P has been levitated. Both seem likely to turn soon.

12 Ways - US Economy In Worse Shape Than Was During The Last Recession

An “economic collapse” is unfolding right now before our very eyes. But what most people really mean when they ask about these things is that they are wondering when the next great financial crisis will happen. Here is a bunch of charts and statistics that show that economic conditions in the U.S. are already substantially worse than they were during the last recession.

Everything You Need To Know About Debt

Debt has become so ingrained in the American lifestyles, it’s borderline impossible to live without a credit card or a loan. What is debt, exactly & does it have a limit? How big is the debt & why do we have so much? While debt may seem like an abstract concept, when the federal debt is exceptionally high, the consequences are very real. Here are the answers.

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