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Gold and Silver Market Rigging Getting Out of Hand, But Rise May Be Unstoppable Now

There’s going to come a point where that rigging simply is not going to be able to work any longer, and people are going to buy into gold and silver because the price is being held down, not because they expect the price to go up, but because they know the price is not going to go down anywhere near as much as the paper markets when there is a correction.

Beware: Fracking Is Where Money Goes to Die

The fracking boom has been cash-flow negative for oil and gas drillers from the very beginning. The steep decline rates of fracked wells force producers to drill more wells just to keep production and revenues flat. They fund this drilling with debt. To support that growing debt, they have to produce more & take on even more debt.

A Perfect Storm: Brace Yourself for an Epic Economic Meltdown

The strong dollar is deflationary. This means oil prices will likely remain low. This means much of the energy-sector debt cannot be paid off and will default. I believe we could see an economic meltdown at least six times the size of the 2007 subprime mortgage meltdown. However, there will be several crucial differences.

Gold And Silver – Wall Street Pulls Off Another Destructive Coup

Neither gold or silver have any counter-party risk & will always be the same. The insanity of ongoing central bank suppression of gold and silver to levels that defy the unprecedented demand world-wide will come to an end, which always comes back to the “When” factor. When it happens & not a day before, is the best answer we know.

Is Copper Foreshadowing A Stock Market Crash Just Like It Did In 2008?

Traditionally, “Dr. Copper” has been a very accurate indicator of where the global economy is heading next. For example, back in 2008 the price of copper dropped from nearly $4.00 to under $1.50 in just a matter of months. Is the price of copper trying to tell us something AGAIN?

Usurious Returns on Phantom Money: The Credit Card Gravy Train

The credit card business is now the banking industry’s biggest cash cow, and it’s largely due to lucrative hidden fees. Visa and MasterCard are independent entities, but they were set up by big Wall Street banks, and the card-issuing banks get about 80% of the fees.

After the crash of September 2008, the term “too big to fail” became familiar when hundreds of billions of dollars were set aside to bail out BANKS -The nations largest financial institutions. And today, many of the mega-banks that caused the panic of 2008 have now become even larger.

The Federal Reserve's REAL Reason For Quantitative Easing

When the first round of quantitative easing ended, Andrew Huszar says that it was incredibly obvious that QE had done very little to benefit average Americans but it had been an absolute coup for Wall Street. – It doesn’t take a genius to figure it out who benefits from quantitative easing.

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