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Why "Supply & Demand" Doesn't Work For Oil Prices

The costs of producing oil continue to rise, as a result of diminishing returns, so this fall in oil prices is clearly a problem. Low oil prices make future production unprofitable; it also leads to an increasing number of debt defaults. It is also inevitable that the price of oil must stop rising at some point because of the adverse impact on spendable income of consumers.

The Real Reason Behind Gold And Silver Manipulation

Declining energy production including the falling EROI will destroy the valuation of most paper and physical assets. Gold and silver will be two of the safest stores of value to own in the future. I have no idea how high the value of these metals will reach, but they will vastly outperform the majority of most stock, bonds and real estate.

Shale Oil 2015 = Subprime Mortgages 2008

There is a nearly 100% chance that oil prices will remain mired in “shale oil death” territory for as long as the low cost Middle Eastern producers need to recapture market share – and the longer this takes, the more catastrophic losses will occur to shale oil investors – the only viable American industry in the post-2008 world of QE.

Oil Prices on a Decline - Is this Good News, or Bad?

Growth in oil consumption has mostly been outside of the US, EU & Japan, in the recent past. China & other emerging market countries kept demand for oil high, fueled by debt growth. This debt growth now seems to be stalling. Commodities such as oil & food are necessities. Why would less be needed? The issue, is affordability.

Decline of US Shale Energy To End Gold And Silver Manipulation

The U.S. Shale Energy Industry is heading for big trouble and very few Americans realize it. Not only will the peak and decline of U.S. shale oil and gas production spell disaster for the U.S. economy, it will also be one of the factors responsible for ending manipulation in gold and silver.

Should I Invest In Gold Or Silver, Coins v/s. Rounds?

Silver is just as good of a store of Economic Energy as is gold… it’s just a smaller amount. However, the rush into the precious metals will push the Economic Energy ratio up much higher in silver than gold. What we must remember is that investing in gold and silver is a test of patience.

Precious Metals & The Death Of The Business Cycle

In my opinion, the world will be a much different place by the end of the decade. The precious metals are not investments or stores of wealth to trade or relate to the insane valuations in our present markets. Gold and silver are more than insurance…. they will be the wave of the future, and the future is now here.

Oil Limits And The Economy - One Story; Not Two

Does GDP growth lead to more oil & energy demand or does the availability of cheap oil & other types of energy power the economy? Oil & other forms of energy are used to power the economy. Historically, rises and falls in the use of oil & other types of energy have tended to parallel GDP growth.

Limits to Economic Growth at our Doorstep, but not yet Recognized

It is the collision of the lack of economic growth in the real economy with the need for economic growth from the debt system that can be expected to lead to collapse. The hidden parts of our economy are being affected by depletion. How long can economic growth continue in a finite world?

A Forecast Of Our Energy Future; Why Common Solutions Don't Work

In order to understand what solutions to our energy predicament will or won’t work, it is necessary to understand the true nature of our energy predicament. Analysts assume that our problem is a slowly developing long-term problem. In fact, it is a problem that is at our door step right now.

Silver Prices To Hit New Highs Despite Bearish Forecasts

As the value of stocks, bonds, retirement accounts and etc continue to disintegrate under the gravity of a falling energy supply, there will be a radial change in silver investment demand – The majority of investors are not prepared for this change.

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