Just How High Does Clif High’s Web bot See Silver Prices Going In the Coming Financial Collapse?
While the Silver Market Experienced Rolling Retail Shortages in 2015, the Long Anticipated Big Bar Physical Silver Bullion Shortage Has Yet to Materialize.
Could That Be About to Change?
Internet data mining expert Clif High uses calls what he does “Predictive Linguistics,” to mine the Internet and collects billions of data points to produce forecasts of the future. High has predictions on Trump, gold, silver, housing, stocks, bonds, the dollar, interest rates and even new discoveries that will change the world…
Clif High can’t name a price for gold and silver, but his “predictive linguistics” says,
“At some point in 2017, probably past mid-year, we’re going to be looking at hyperinflation so bad that the DOW will be measured around $100,000 to $125,000. Meaning, the dollar will be so worthless that it will take $125,000 to buy the little basket that is the DOW. I also have language that says an ounce of gold will be approaching the DOW in terms of value. This is not ludicrous. In the last depression in 1933 and 1934, after the shutting of the banks . . . we had a point where gold and the DOW were the same, and gold dominated the DOW for decades.”
Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Internet predictive linguistics expert Clif High:
“16 days in July” starting on the 12th. The silver, gold, bitcoin fireworks are about to begin. When Bitcoin goes through $1,000… buckle up.
Bo Polny joins the SGTReport for a debate about market cycles VS. Bankster manipulation. Bo firmly maintains that “the cycles ARE the manipulation” while I continue to argue that the cycles are controlled by unrelenting BANKSTER manipulation of the markets, including gold and silver.
And despite Bo’s call for 3-digit silver in 2016 – and Clif High’s web bot prediction for silver to explode higher when Bitcoin retakes $408-$420, I argue that silver and gold will remain capped until the Bankster manipulation stops – or is stopped – once and for all.