28
Dec

When There Is Blood On The Streets Buy Gold Part 2

Continued from Part 1 Most reading this might not realize that the Fed secretly gave banks and other countries $7.7 trillion during the 2008 financial crisis.   The Federal Reserve and the big banks fought for more than two years to keep details of the largest bailout in U.S. history a secret. Now, the rest of the world can see …

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28
Dec

When There Is Blood On The Streets Buy Gold Part 1

Are those that bought gold and silver panicking yet? I would hope not. My advice to dollar cost average into a position is paying off as my prediction of a stronger dollar is coming to fruition. But there are some investors who bought gold or silver the past few months that might be panicking. There is a possibility the blood …

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11
Oct

Pop Goes The Gold Bubble?

I always get a kick out of these articles that young writers put out when they try and tackle a subject such as gold and claim it’s in a “bubble.” To date, I have not seen one of them address the banking system mess our country is in (as well as the banks of Europe and soon most everywhere else). …

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7
Sep

Inflation/Deflation And Gold

From time to time I will participate in the conversationĀ on various blogs when I see someone who I know has some intelligence write something about gold’s price history that might influence people not to invest in the precious metal, when there are a multitude of reasons to invest in gold. One of the typical objections that people will throw out …

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3
Jun

Increase In Bank Sub-investment Grade Derivatives Reveal A Need For Gold Insurance

The financial crisis started with banks getting burned in the derivatives market. Then TARP was manipulated to help banks get cash. Next came the Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB) allowing banks to mark to model (fantasy) their real estate assets (cheat). And now we have come full circle once again as banks own more sub-investment grade derivatives today than at …

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17
Mar

If Inflation Is So Rampant, Why Have Treasuries and Gold Both Been So Strong?

As many of you who read my articles know, I call things like I see them. If this means going against the norm sometimes, so be it. What I see from your typical gold bulls is the same inflation mantra and the shouts to “buy gold because of all the inflation,” with inflation defined as an increase in the money …

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