Jim Willie BREAKING NEWS: Something BIG Is About To Happen In Gold RIGHT NOW

Jim has some breaking news about the stolen Fort Knox gold and what President Trump has just done about it. Here’s the details…

The “Eberhart” that Jim Willie is referring to in the interview has nothing to do with Silver Doctor’s own Paul “Half Dollar” Eberhart.

Just for the record.

That said, Jim Willie was just interviewed on the X22 Report Spotlight.

Jim Willie makes some very big announcements about gold.

They are quite shocking.

Gold is not the only subject discussed in this timely interview.

This interview has it all. Some of the topics (but not all) include (in not exactly the order listed below):

  • Deutsche Bank
  • Saudi Oil
  • President Trump & Steve Mnuchin
  • Missing $21,000,000,000,000
  • Trade deficit and national debt
  • The gold standard
  • Sealed indictments

The interview is nearly an hour and forty-five minutes long, so you might need to carve out different times to listen to the interview below in its entirety:

Notice that Jim stated that the gold price will be some 13 times higher and the silver price will be 20 times higher.

Many people are quick to discount Jim and his news and theories, so let’s assume Jim is half right.

That means gold will be 6.5 times higher and silver will be 10 times higher.

If he is half right, that would give us a gold price of $8,450 and a silver price of $168.50.

Now, doing that math, we would see that would indicate a gold to silver ratio of 50, which is historically high.

Don’t let today’s GSR or 77 fool you – that ratio is historically extremely high, and today’s ratio is not based on reality, but based on the price suppressing naked-shorting of metals on the COMEX.

In fact, Half Dollar thinks that silver will ultimately reach parity with gold, as in a 1 to 1 ratio.

That’s right.

I think that one ounce of silver will ultimately be the same price as one ounce of gold.

Will I be alive then to see it? Who knows, but that’s not the point. The point is in the math.

Silver could even be worth more than an ounce of gold in the distant future, because think about this –

Resources are finite, and most of the silver is “used up” for industry while most of the gold mined throughout history is still above ground, so there will come a point where there could actually be less silver around than gold, as in silver becoming even more rare than gold.

Think about this for a second.

And then think about this, which is why I also think that silver can reach a parity with gold –

There’s four precious metals – gold, palladium, platinum and silver.

Current prices:

  • Gold – $1303
  • Palladium – $1005
  • Platinum – $908
  • Silver – $16.85

Those are approximations, not exact.

Now think about this –

Average the price for gold, palladium and platinum and you get about $1,075 per ounce of precious metal.

The average price of all four precious metals (gold, palladium, platinum, silver) is still about $810.

And what is the price of silver today?

Less than seventeen bucks.


And to think, silver is so rare and valuable, that it’s called “precious”.

And it’s so “precious” that if silver would be distributed to everybody in the world, there would not even be enough of it to give everybody on earth an ounce.

And to think, silver is so precious, that Judas sold out Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for a mere 15 ounces (30 shekels) of shiny phyzz.

And here we sit in 2018 with silver at less than seventeen bucks?

I don’t think so.

Silver’s price is nowhere near silver’s value.

So perhaps Jim misspoke when he said that silver will go up in price 20 times.

Perhaps Jim meant to say 200 times?

If that is the case, then a move in the gold price 13 times higher and a move in the silver price 200 times higher would put us at a gold to silver ratio of 5.

Much closer to my estimate of parity at some point in the future, much closer to the rate that silver is mined of the ground compared to gold (9 to 1) as Keith Neumeyer, CEO of the worlds’ purest silver miner points out, and much closer to the U.S. bi-metallic gold & silver standard ratio of 16 to 1 as defined by the Coinage Act of 1972.

But I digress.

Do the research and come to your own conclusions about debt, the dollar, fiat currency, money, gold and silver.

There is an overall point here: The U.S. dollar is dying.

Debt-based fiat currencies always do.

And gold and silver will re-assert themselves.

Gold & silver always do.

Stack accordingly…

– Half Dollar


About the Author

U.S. Army Iraq War Combat Veteran Paul “Half Dollar” Eberhart has an AS in Information Systems and Security from Western Technical College and a BA in Spanish from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Paul dived into gold & silver in 2009 as a natural progression from the prepper community. He is self-studied in the field of economics, an active amateur trader, and a Silver Bug at heart.

Paul’s free book Gold & Silver 2.0: Tales from the Crypto can be found in the usual places like Amazon, Apple iBooks & Google Play, or online at PaulEberhart.com. Paul’s Twitter is @Paul_Eberhart.