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Buy Gold Bars at SD Bullion“If The Fed Has to Hike Interest Rates to Control Price Inflation, It’s GAME OVER!”

Alasdair MacLeod Joins Us From London to Warn
“Its Only A Matter of Time”: THIS Is What Will Cause Gold to Move in 2017:

fight-battle-warA TITANIC battle is underway, where the Eastern nations are discarding their USTreasury Bonds, and doing so in tremendous volume while they set up the many platforms and pieces to the Gold Standard.
The risk of war rises…

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sd-alasdair-macleod-thumbnailAlasdair MacLeod predicts the correction in the precious metals is OVER.
He sees gold testing its all-time highs in 2017, and silver breaking through into the $30 range.
Where will gold prices ultimately go?
MacLeod Makes The Case for $11,000 Gold:

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dollar-burn-fire“It’s no secret the dollar is on its way out” as China is accumulating MASSIVE amounts of gold…for one very specific reason.
How will a competing gold-backed currency impact the value of the dollar?

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electionfraudDave 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:

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dollar's flow in black holeWith a derivative book bigger than the entire European economy, if Deutsche bank goes, it takes Europe down with it, Says Dollar Collapse’s John Rubino.
But could Deutsche bank be a distraction from an EVEN BIGGER threat?
Find out in this interview…

hyperinflationThe 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!

hyperinflationIsn’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

bear-bull-marketWith 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…

dollarThe biggest bubble in the history of the world is about to pop, and as it does, interest rates will rise quickly causing the whole house of cards to fall.
The liquidity created by the central banks, instead of going into stocks as it has been, is shifting. the river of flow is shifting into commodities. We are about to have commodity price inflation.”
We are living through the end phase of a global credit bubble which has been created by short circuiting the gold and silver markets, forcing interest rates down in a secular manner over 35 years. When you have credit tightening in a credit bubble, you have the recipe for the collapse…

hyperinflationThe masses, it seems, have been waking up for a while. Not only have we had state sanctioned inflationism ever since the credit crunch, but the developed world’s central banks have done their best to destroy faith in money altogether. It turns out that hyperinflation itself wasn’t a necessary precondition for a crack-up boom – taking interest rates into negative territory was quite sufficient to trigger a rush into real assets.
Everybody loves the early stages of inflation…

hyperinflationHyperinflation can only be an excessive or exponential increase in the supply of money.
Most people will either not understand or not agree with this definition of hyperinflation, because they have been consistently fed a pseudo-definition of this term, that “hyperinflation” represents an exponential increase in prices, i.e. extreme price inflation.
In fact, this extreme price-spiral is not the actual hyperinflation, but rather the consequence of hyperinflation.
The causal chain here is elementary…