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Sep

Bernanke and the Fed Will Do Anything to Save the Banks Under the Guise of Reducing Unemployment

In 2010 I openly challenged Gerald Celente’s call for the “Crash of 2010.” When I revisited this crash non-event at the end of 2010, I predicted that 2011 would be a good year for stocks. It was as U.S. stocks out-shined the world as being one of the only markets higher that year with the DOW moving 5.5% higher as …

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1
Nov

Falling Gold and Silver Prices Being Driven By Market Makers and Traders Not Fundamentals Part 3

Continued from Part 2 Banking System Similarities Just look at the banks that lend out multiples of their deposits. Once the 2008 financial crisis hit (actually well before this), the bad loans started to hit the banks. The banks don’t have enough cash on hand to cover the write-down on the assets, so they got the Financial Accounting Standards Board …

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1
Nov

Falling Gold and Silver Prices Being Driven By Market Makers and Traders Not Fundamentals Part 2

Continued from Part 1 What Does All This Have To Do With Gold and Silver Prices? Most people know that trading in stocks or ETFs is not the same as trading in the actual physical metal, at least for the retail investor. But the big boys get to play the physical metals in the Over The Counter (OTC) market. From …

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1
Nov

Falling Gold and Silver Prices Being Driven By Market Makers and Traders Not Fundamentals Part 1

Every time we get a run up in the price of gold and silver of late, we seem to get it pushed right back down again like today when we see falling gold and silver prices. Sure, news of what’s going on in Europe or Japan can have some short term effects on the price of gold and silver, or …

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5
Oct

Monopoly Game Banking Versus Gold Insurance – Who Will Win?

The Monopoly game has been around since 1934. Ironically, the game of Monopoly came out at a time when the year before multiple banks had already failed and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had declared a nationwide bank holiday to keep people from withdrawing their cash from the banks and hoarding it. How convenient was it then for the banking elite …

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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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