Chinese hot money has taken Vancouver real-estate and now Bitcoin prices to stratospheric highs. 
If a crypto-currency without intrinsic value can muster such popularity, why not speculate on gold and silver?
Particularly silver, as it stands out as a “poor man’s gold”, ideal for action-seeking, trigger-happy Chinese investors.
Signs and investment patterns are indicating that Chinese investors have begun to do just that…

sterling silverStarting at 600 GMT, and continuing through 2100 GMT when polls close, Britain is conducting a historic referendum on whether to stay in the European Union on Thursday. While results from each of the 382 counting areas will be released overnight and into the morning, the market already appears to have made up its mind what will happen. Sitll, for those who have yet to vote, and everyone else following along, here are the full details of how today’s vote will take place and what to watch for:

BREXITIf necessary, the vote will be rigged to reflect a “remain” outcome.  In fact, this isn’t even a legally binding referendum.
The PTB will win this battle, but they are losing the war.  Slowly, people are waking up…

silver stormThe twenty-year bear market in gold stocks against gold was caused by a “perfect deflationary storm”. That storm itself was caused by a bear market in money velocity and bank loan profit margins.  The storm is ending.  Inflation is beginning to creep higher, and doing so at a time when the US business cycle is peaking.