economic dollar collapse

While we remember those who paid the ultimate price to secure our Freedom today on Memorial Day,
Deagel has posted an update to its forecast for a coming economic collapse of the United States and the resulting  78% “depopulation” of the US that will occur. 

The collapse of the Western financial system will wipe out the standard of living of its population while ending ponzi schemes such as the stock exchange and the pension funds. The population will be hit so badly by a full array of bubbles and ponzi schemes that the migration engine will start to work in reverse accelerating itself due to ripple effects thus leading to the demise of the States.
The death toll will be horrible.
The American downfall is set to be far worse than the Soviet Union’s one.
A confluence of crisis with a devastating result…

chart fiveFor a number of years the market presence of commercial traders has dictated the direction in the price of gold and silverWith deep pockets and by trading contracts in the futures market without having to back up their contracts with metal, commercial traders acting in concert, can raise the price after a pullback, and cap a rally when their computer trading programs signal that price is ripe for a quick drop.
While no group of traders can change a long-term trend, they can control the short-term trend.  We saw a clear example of this in June 2013, when out of nowhere and starting early in the morning, (before US markets opened), someone or a group of people, dumped 12,000 gold contracts (totalling about 1.5 billion dollars of gold), on a thinly traded market in the space of hours. At the same time a large number of silver contracts were dumped as well.  It was obvious that no one owned this much physical metal – it was simply a case of sellers of contracts smothering physical demand with ‘paper gold and silver’.  No trading system can predict the type of market action we witnessed in June 2013.    Nevertheless, by studying the COT reports, we can synchronize our trading with the commercial traders, and reduce our risk of being blindsided.

nuclear dollarThis is going to be an overnight or over the weekend type of event where you have what you have on a Friday and you wake up on a Monday morning and you can’t trade anything and you’re locked in to your position.
So it’s absolutely imperative that you have what you WANT to have, because you won’t have a chance to change it
Gold and silver are THE only monies out there that are not “credit based” or derive their values via the credit markets … markets which will ultimately will be closed!

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Gold and silver rallied strongly last Friday and into Monday’s overnight trading (UK time) before spending the rest of the week drifting lower from initial highs to consolidate above notional support at $1200 and $17 respectively.
As of Friday morning, in US dollars gold is now up 2.2% and silver 10.2% on the year.

willieOver the course of this hour-long discussion, The Golden Jackass Jim Willie addresses two main points:

  • The wreckage of the global bond markets and the damage wrought by the never-ending quantitative easing of the global central banks.
  • China’s intentions behind their massive buildup of physical gold. You’ll find Jim’s rationale to be more comprehensive than that recently put forth by Jim Rickards. His reasoning is laid out in a straight-forward manner and would seem to be the best, most reasoned explanation yet of China’s motives and goals.

Full MUST LISTEN interview with Hat Trick Letter Editor Jim Willie is Below:

The Greek government says that a “moment of truth” is coming on June 5th.  Either their lenders agree to give them more money by that date, or Greece will default on a 300 million euro loan payment to the IMF.  Of course it won’t technically be a “default” according to IMF rules for another 30 days after that, but without a doubt news that Greece cannot pay will send shockwaves throughout the financial world.
At that point, those holding Greek bonds will start to panic as they realize that they might not get paid as well.
All over Europe, there are major banks that are holding large amounts of Greek debt and derivatives that are related to the performance of Greek debt.  If something is not done to avert disaster at the last moment, a default by Greece could be the spark that sets off a major financial crisis this summer.

watchmanWhen the next crisis hits, the same banking powers who fleeced US citizens for over $13 TRILLION in 2008/09 will be right back at it.
These men know that the only prayer they have to survive, is to seize everything they can grab.
From bail-ins to QE, from cash-infusions to retirement accounts..there’s nothing they won’t try to get their hands on…

cliff fall coyoteRegardless of the flood of Orwellian propaganda coming from Wall Street, the financial media and the various Government and quasi-Government agencies, by all valid economic activity metrics the U.S. economy is entering into crash mode.
The problem faced by all of us is that the crash that is in front of us will be many multiples more severe than what occurred in 2008.

gold repatriationThe holiday weekend is starting out badly for our bankster friends, who were just informed by the Austrians that the Oesterreichische Nationalbank intends on repatriating 110 tonnes of Austria’s gold reserves currently hypothecated by on deposit at the Bank of England

Wal-Mart is facing questions tonight after CBS13 learns the company draws its bottled water from a Sacramento water district during California’s drought.
According to its own labeling, the water in the gallon jugs appears to come from Sacramento’s water supply.
Sacramento sells water to a bottler, DS Services of America, at 99 cents for every 748 gallons—the same rate as other commercial and residential customers. That water is then bottled and sold at Walmart for 88 cents per gallon, meaning that $1 of water from Sacramento turns into $658.24 for Walmart and DS Services.

As we all know, you should never let a historic drought get in the way of corporate profit margins; and these appear to be some really nice margins.