It Takes Inflation to Make a Bubble

October 15th, 2012 → 5:32 pm @




Welcome to the World of Too-Big-To-Fail-Bailouts, Ballooning Sovereign Debt Bubbles, and the Big Bang Theory of Fiat Currency The Debt Bubble had burst, and suddenly the US Taxpayer was going to have to pony-up and bail out the banks. The public was told that it was their fault for living so far beyond their means and buying things they could not afford. They were informed that it was poor performance by borrowers that had been the cause of the dilemma. They were told that it was going to be the-end-of-the-world-as-we know- it scenario, if the financial institutions were not propped
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Papering over Paying the Piper

October 12th, 2012 → 5:46 pm @




Monetizing the National Debt by rendering it insignificant through inflation America can never pay back its debt. Unimaginable trillions of dollars have been loaned into existence, created out of thin air to prop up the banks and the economy. America’s national debt currently stands at 100% or more of GDP, with roughly half of that debt held by foreigners. The days of exporting debt are over, now it’s time to default on it…one way or another.






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Flexible Standards and the Fed

October 11th, 2012 → 4:40 pm @




The Federal Reserve…the elephant in the room no one wants to acknowledge “Centralization Of Credit In The Banks Of The State, By Means Of A National Bank With State Capital And An Exclusive Monopoly”–Fifth Plank of the Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx 1848 The Federal Reserve System is privately owned, and is accountable to no one. There remains a significant segment of society that has not gotten the above memo, so for their sake, let’s take a look at the 12 Federal Reserve Banks, which make up the Federal Reserve System. It has been rightly said that, “The Federal Reserve is no
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Why Silver and Gold have been the Money of History

October 10th, 2012 → 3:31 pm @




Silver and Gold — Why Banks Hate Them The need to trade has been core to our survival as a species. As human civilization advanced, humans have been trading with each other from the beginning. The first trades were in all probability accomplished through bartering, which is nothing more than exchanging one thing for another. Before there was money, as in, before anything was agreed to be money, trades were calculated and settled in units of the needed or wanted items being traded, ranging from animal skins to stores of grain. Any item up for trade is called a commodity.






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The Day the Dollar Died; 40 Years of Zombie Paper

October 9th, 2012 → 2:29 am @




They called it the Nixon Shock. It was the day that then President Richard Millhouse Nixon, without the consent of the Nations whose currencies had been governed since 1944 by the agreements of the Bretton Woods conference, removed the US Dollar from the Gold Standard. It will prove to be the beginning of the end for the United States Dollar and has ultimately had a large part to play in what this story is actually about, the transfer of the value of the US Dollar, and all currencies whose value is tied to the US Dollar to the hands of
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The Silver Bomb — About the book

October 8th, 2012 → 6:32 pm @




Like in the iconic scene from The Wizard of Oz, the imposing curtain has been jerked back and all who dare to look inside can see the phony, manipulated charade that the financial system really is. The average person is beginning to see the handwriting on the wall in the form of current events like the Fed’s profuse money printing, euphemistically referred to as “Quantitative Easing,” and in Moody’s heretofore unheard of “de-rating” of the USA’s credit score. The financially influenced mewling of the otherwise muted mainstream media is no longer able to pacify an increasingly awake audience, no matter
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Is Silver the New Gold? (Infographic)

October 8th, 2012 → 2:19 pm @




The value of silver has skyrocketed in recent decades –leading many investing experts to believe that silver’s price could outpace gold for the first time in history. This infographic covers silver’s meteoric increase and the factors that have led to silver’s exploding value. In short, it’s not speculation: silver is a commodity that’s being influenced by old-school supply and demand. We also take a nod to the future to see where silver’s price may be headed based on the most up to date demand data. In short, silver is a limited commodity that’s in short supply…and high demand. Add this
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The Shrinking Dollar and Gold and Silver in Comparison

September 9th, 2012 → 5:42 pm @




Browse more data visualization.  






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CHICAGO EXCHANGE OFFERS LONDON OTC SILVER DELIVERY

July 18th, 2012 → 5:09 pm @




CME Group extends “over-the-counter” clearing services to London silver products in move to regain lost market confidence Wednesday July 18, 2012 As reported by Reuters on Tuesday, pending regulatory approval, Chicago-based CME Group will begin on August 6 to offer clearing, settlement, and delivery for over-the-counter (OTC) London silver forward (futures) contracts.  This new product line for the U.S. exchange will be an extension of the CME Group’s OTC London gold clearing services which were launched in February. The new clearing services are a last-ditch effort by the Chicago exchange to respond to increasing customer demand for some kind of
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SILVER PRICE RELOADS IN ADVANCE OF SUPER-SPIKE RALLY

June 24th, 2012 → 6:30 pm @




Sunday, June 24, 2012 By the SilverBombSquad After a momentary surge in anticipation of the effect announcements from last week’s FOMC meeting would have, the spot silver price has continued slipping from the $48.00 an ounce peak seen last year.  This has made many investors leery of possible further losses if the trend should continue. The price of silver seemingly cannot even be discussed without the inevitable use of the “v” word.  Over and over we hear it as the central theme of the repetitive “silver prices are volatile” litany, particularly from those who are incorrigibly bearish toward the white
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