Mount-Mayon-PhilippinesWe are going to see a negative gradual financial crescendo into September and fear is going to strike the entire financial world far more then than it has now.
All of this crescendo leads to a blow off of the top of the mountain of the most magnificent volcano know to man obliterates the surrounding landscape and peoples.
I am speaking of the red hot magma of the paper bond and derivatives market and multitude of naked no substance bets that the entire financial world rests upon and how fragile it is.  It is going to fail in about 60 minutes…

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Something BIG, UGLY, and NASTY this way comes…

 

dollar– Former U.S. Congressman blasts Fed’s role in markets
– Gives scathing analysis of modern economics and markets
– Highlights complete disregard of economic fundamentals in investment decisions today
– As will be the case with Greece, U.S. will eventually be forced to liquidate debt
– Attempts to forecast day of reckoning are futile as it is a function of psychology
– “They can’t print money forever”
Gold and silver will weather and thrive in currency devaluation

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No one knows how well prepared the system is to handle potential bank runs and massive demands for cash withdrawals if the system tanks.
And no one knows how much longer the system can hold.

hyperinflationSubmitted by Greg Hunter, USAWatchdog.com
G. Edward Griffin warns the monetary system is OUT OF CONTROL, and a collapse is coming:

You could say the price of a loaf of bread will be $100 and that is the kind of thing we will see, and it may be even worse.  It will be just like we saw in Zimbabwe or Germany in the Weimar Republic.  These things happen in history . . . and the United States is not exempt of the laws of economics.  It is going to happen here . . . 

dollarThe Doc from SD Bullion and Silver Doctors and our friend Eric Dubin from News Doctors join us at the SGTReport to discuss the very latest developments in the global precious metals markets where we see India on track to import 33% of ALL PHYSICAL silver on planet earth in the 2015.
We also discuss recent evidence of a gold bullion run on the Comex, the potential for hyperinflation of the Dollar, and much more.
So settle in, buckle up and thanks for tuning in!

collapse crashFrom Greg Hunter, USA Watchdog:

Money manager Peter Schiff, who wrote a book three years ago called “The Real Crash,” thinks the next calamity is well on its way.
Schiff says, “I think the next crash is going to be a dollar crash rather than a stock market crash. Certainly it is going to be an economic crash for the average American, and their cost of living goes skyrocketing.”
So, is the next crash going to be worse than the last meltdown? Schiff says, “It’s going to be much, much worse. If you understand what caused the 2008 financial crisis, it was the easy monetary policies of Alan Greenspan. . . . The monetary policies of Bernanke and Yellen dwarf what Alan Greenspan did. That was child’s play compared to what these guys have done. We have had zero percent interest rates for six years. We have had three rounds of quantitative easing (QE or money printing) and “Operation Twist.”

hyperinflationWhat I believe we will see is what we have always seen as a final result of fiat currencies, a collapse of confidence. Call it what you want, a deflationary collapse, or hyperinflation, the end result will be “confidence” in the U.S. dollar will collapse.
A break in the confidence of fiat currency will end with many currencies being replaced, this is a major part of your coming “re-set”.
Ask yourself this, in a financial collapse, “what will be safe”?  Will your bank, broker or insurance company be safe, or even still solvent? Will our over indebted government be safe?
Will the pieces of paper or digital credits issued by this “safe” government and held by your “safe” institution …really be safe?

dollar reservesSteve St. Angelo (SRSroccor) joins me to cover the very latest in the gold and silver markets.   As we note, Bloomberg’s mockingbird journalist Nicholas Larkin recently wrote that if China could obtain 10,000 TONS of gold, it would justify a re-pricing of gold to $64,000 ounce.  However, Larkin argues that China has well under 2,000 tons by referencing the nation’s last official report from 2009.
Steve and I discuss how it’s far more likely that China already has 10,000 Tons of gold NOW!
So… what happens to the gold price once China officially updates its six year old “official” number… huh Bloomberg?!

nuclear dollarHistory shows that hyperinflation is a process.  The engine will keep sputtering along, breaking from time to time, and they’ll try and patch it up again.  
But at some point the debtors will decide that enough is enough.
Interest rates will rise, confidence will fall, and the system will finally burn.

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GoldJames Turk joins us this week for a MUST LISTEN Memorial Day show discussing:

  • Silver Has Been in Backwardation Since JanuaryNo One Wants the Counter-Party Risk!
  • The writing is on the wall for Greece- Bail-in appears inevitable! 
  • When Greece is bailed-in, Will Contagion Rip Across the Banking Systems of France, Italy and Spain?
  • Turk Explains Why Fiat Currency is Coming to a Conclusion
  • Governments Will Come Back to Gold Either Willingly, or Kicking and Screaming!
  • When the Big Black Swan hits, Will Americans Finally Wake Up to the Encroachment of Fascism? 
  • Why it is Prudent to Protect Your Wealth With THINGS…Not Promises! 
  • Turk Explains Why Buying Gold Today at $1200 is Better Than Buying Gold at $35 in 1971!The SD Weekly Metals & Markets With The Doc, Eric Dubin, & James Turk is below:

images“Global debt is $200 trillion, and it’s grown from the last crisis in 2008.  Something has to happen to take care of that debt.  Either it’s going to be repudiated or it’s going to be inflated away, or it’s going to be paid with taxation. . . . We are headed over Niagara Falls
Savings can become worthless, and that’s what I tell people.  Don’t save money that is going to devalue.  This inflation that is going on that is presently debt that is like a cloud that is up there.  When it begins to liquidate, it’s going to be pouring down.  People will be rushing around trying to buy things.  The money is going to be worthless because in a liquidation, what can you buy with all this water (fiat money) that is coming down.  As long as it is up there in credit, it’s okay.  It’s up there in the cloud, but if it begins to liquidate, watch out.

panic crashThe US economy is on death watch when measured in REAL accounting data like plummeting GDP and the downward revisions in the BLS reports., according to Alasdair Macleod, the Director of Research for Gold Money.
In fact, according to John Williams from shadowstats, as the ranks of the unemployed in the United States reaches 23%, the economy is now beginning to suffer the effects of inflation, and Williams says, we are on track to hit hyperinflation of the Dollar in 2016.
The problems that caused that 2008 economic crisis have not been addressed or fixed and loose monetary policy continues unabated.
With the average age of a minimum age worker in the United States 36 years old, and with 93 million Americans out of the workforce altogether, hyperinflation of the Dollar is the death knell for the Republic and for all we once held dear.
Alasdair Macleod points out that once confidence in a currency is lost, that currency is doomed.
At that point, panic ensues, and we are now headed in that direction. Alasdair says, “There will be people in the west panicking because they haven’t got any physical silver or gold.” And by the time the panic is palpable, it will be too late.

Pablo Picasso’s “Les Femme d’ Alger”Pablo Picasso’s “Les Femme d’ Alger” sold at Christie’s in New York last night for $179 million – the highest price ever paid at auction for a painting.
It smashed the record previously held by Francis Bacon’s “Three Studies of Lucian Freud” which sold for $142 million in 2013.
The painting appreciated nearly $150 million in less than 20 years.
Hyperinflation appears to be taking hold in the art investment market.

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Where are consumer prices headed and how this might affect precious metals?
This looks like the beginning of a severe deflationary cycle.
It is going to get worse before it gets better.

The central banks will try to correct this deflationary spiral with further reduce interest rate reductions, massive new doses of QE, moving even deeper into negative territory, a strategy that has proven to be a complete failure.
This does not bode well for any asset class.
Excess cash will not be loaned out, thus cramming more capital into the bank balance sheets, doing nothing for the global economies except stockpiling fuel for a burst of hyperinflation.