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If You Understand the Negative Consequences of this, You will Buy Gold and Silver

Investors need to own a good percentage of their wealth in physical gold and silver to protect themselves when the market finally crashes. When the market finally craters, it will take down the value of most paper assets and real estate with it. Because there is very little in the way of physical gold and silver to go around, their values will skyrocket as investors seek to PROTECT WEALTH.

When Will US Debt Hit the Wall?

US debt is now over $13 Trillion & is increasing rapidly, thanks to out of control spending far in excess of revenues. Assume revenues increase at the historical average of 4.6% per year & public debt only increases at 14% per year. Its likely that revenues will decline in the coming recession, while expenses will probably increase for social programs. And then?

An Endless Fiscal Crisis Looms

Since 1985, fiscal policy went on automatic pilot — where it has more or less languished ever since. – U.S. nominal GDP will be lucky to reach $24 trillion by 2024 or so. The math computes out to a public debt equal to 140% of GDP. For all practical purposes, it means an endless fiscal crisis lurks in the nation’s future.

U.S. Silver Stocks Collapse As Public Debt Skyrockets

The U.S. Government liquidated 99.99% of its silver inventories and the majority of its gold reserves. In return for pawning off the greatest hoard of Gold and Silver on the planet, the Fed now holds $4.4 trillion of worthless crap on its balance sheet, $2.4 trillion in U.S. Treasuries & $1.7 trillion in MBS.

The U.S. National Debt Clock October 2013

An Overview of the U.S. National Debt: Every man, woman and child in the U.S. currently owes$55,122 for their share of the U.S. public debt – Of the $5.1 trillion dollars of US debt that is owned by foreign governments, China and Japan own nearly half.

America's Endless Debt And Budget Battle

Since Obama himself has established a history of making concessions in the face of congressional brinkmanship, the debt-ceiling debate, now playing out for the third year in a row, has morphed into more than just a short-term political fight.

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