If you bought silver at $35 and now regret buying silver because the dollar-based price dropped 50%, I have a few words to share with you…
The movement back into non-fiat assets is starting again – anything connected to debt, like housing, is a de facto fiat asset.
The best indicator of this is not gold, but silver:
The world gold community should probably fasten their seat belts now, and get ready for an end of the year upside ride!
For gold investors, some days are more awesome than others, and I’ll boldly suggest that today is one of those days. Here’s why:
Every hyperinflation is unique. No one wants the chaos it will bring. We are not rooting for it. Monetary crisis is always part and parcel or a extension of the inevitable cycles of history.
The DEATH WATCH has begun…
We’re sure this time will be different…
Precious metals expert Michael Ballanger discusses his favorite investing books and reviews the landscape for gold and the U.S. dollar between now and the end of the year as the almighty “gravestone doji” signals the end of the dollar rally is near…
The U.S. Dollar is in its final stretch as the world’s reserve currency.
Where are gold and silver prices headed as the Dollar enters its death spiral?
The US election is now only about two weeks away.
The winner of this election is likely to be… gold.
Dave Kranzler from Investment Research Dynamics joins Silver Doctors to discuss the presidential election, precious metals, and the stock market.
He sees a MAJOR sell-off ahead:
Are We About to Experience A Different Sort of “October Surprise”?
The world is undergoing a major economic transition from deflation to inflation. Sadly, very few retail investors are correctly positioned to benefit from this exciting change.
The early 2016 rally in gold stocks was the canary that sang loudly in the “inflation is coming” coal mine.
What’s coming in 2017 is not a “bull market”. It’s the start of a wondrous bull era!
Isn’t the US very different from Weimar Germany or Zimbabwe?
Each case of hyperinflation is unique, so if you are looking for differences you will always find them. You need to understand the common characteristics. Hyperinflation happens because government debt gets over 80% of GNP and deficit gets over 40% of spending.
It does not matter how you get into that situation…
In the absence of a gold standard, there is no way to prevent the confiscation of savings through inflation.
This is our final chance to protect ourselves from the catastrophic ending…
With world debt at least twice 2008 levels, we are witnessing the dawn of a new system.
Central Banks have already printed the money, now it’s just a matter of when will the panic out of money and into real assets happen.
Once the public is afraid of holding currency and moves their currency into ‘stuff’, hyperinflation will begin.
The mining shares will take out the 2011 highs- perhaps by multiples…