Sep
27
2013

Gold and Silver Are Insurance against $17 Trillion of National Debt and More

Gold and Silver Are Insurance Against $17 Trillion of National Debt Investing in physical gold and silver is not a profit driven investment. It is a mindset. It gives investors the same type of peace of mind that protects their wealth they receive by insuring their home, auto or health…just in case something happens where they need it. What other …

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Sep
13
2013

Calling the Fed Taper Bluff and What Gold Might Do Next

The price of gold could be affected by next weeks Fed meeting as they decide whether or not to taper the Quantitative Easing purchases they have been making in their attempt to buy up the toxic assets of the banks and the treasuries that no one else will buy. Ever since the talk of tapering by Bernanke in June of …

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May
8
2012

Is This The Bottom For Gold And Silver Prices?

While we are taking the brunt of the bad European news now, and gold and silver prices are taking a beating, the good news will be coming at some point between now and November as we gear up for the coming election. As long as the stock market continues to falter, Obama will indeed play the QE3 card. Since the …

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Jul
16
2010

Is the U.S. Following in Japan’s Deflationary Footsteps? Part 2

In Part 2, I will address the 5, 10 and 30 year yields of the Japanese Government Bonds (JGB) and U.S. Dollar T-Bonds first and speak to the likeliness the U.S. will follow the Japan example of increasing Debt as a percentage of GDP to fight the deflationary credit contraction occurring. I’ll then correlate the four areas discussed in Part 1 and Part 2 with contemplations on how gold priced in U.S. Dollars will perform moving forward.

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Apr
27
2010

Do You Buy Real Estate Now or Wait? Part 2/3

Government and Fed intervention wreaks havoc in the real estate market. We have historically low interest rates to consider whether to buy real estate now or wait.

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Oct
28
2008

Iceland vs. USA Economic Analysis

Iceland is in the midst of a crisis and raised interest rates today from 12% to 18%. The Iceland currency, the Krona, which has already lost half its value since January, and has been closed to trading, opened trading today and according to CNBC lost half its current value “boom, just like that.” But if you look at the economic …

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