goldGoldfinger tried to render Fort Knox gold radioactive and unavailable, thereby increasing global gold prices. Call it the “Goldfinger Effect.”
By contrast, The “REVERSE GOLDFINGER EFFECT” is quietly and unofficially selling (leasing) Fort Knox gold to SUPPRESS global gold prices.

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I refer to gold bullion as “Queen Gold”, and the US T-bond as her secret agent James T. Bond.  At some point, Sir James is going to outlive his usefulness to your queen, and a great bear market in bonds will unfold.

Specifically, I believe that the pressure put on all fiat currencies by the global tidal wave of QE, will make it appear that hyperinflation is a “done deal”.  I don’t think you are going to experience full hyperinflation in this crisis, but you’ll get something very close to it.

As that happens, central banks around the world will likely begin raising rates aggressively, to combat the severe institutional loss of confidence in all fiat currencies.  So, should you hold & buy gold now, or wait until 2015?  The answer is that you should buy now.