Pace Yourself

March 30th, 2012 → 9:32 pm @ // No Comments

Posted by SilverBombSquad

You’re in this for the long haul

Timing is everything.

It is usually in hindsight, looking back after the fact at some event or other, that it can be clearly seen that when a decision is made or action is taken was as important as what that decision or action was in the first place.  Life is an endless string of cause and effect, and the timing of each and every decision made along the way determines the outcome as much as any other factor. Decisions can be premature, or they can be too late.  It is only by taking into account the facts in evidence at any time that any success at timing can be seen.

Understanding the nature of timing, and making decisions and taking actions at the most optimal time is often a matter of discipline.  Decisions that are based upon attainment of immediate reward such as the short-sighted seeking of instant gratification can resonate further than intended.  There can be repercussions that extend far beyond the benefit of the short-sighted goal.   In 1387 Chaucer wrote the Canterbury Tales in which he included the truism that “In wikked haste is not profit.”  This was re-worded by John Ray in his 1678 A Collection of English Proverbs  as: “Haste makes waste, and waste makes want, and want makes strife between the goodman and his wife.” In simplest terms, by seeking premature gain, one may end up losing more than was sought after in the first place.

It is the practiced discipline of putting off the natural tendency to seek instant gratification that enables one to plan out, commit to, and achieve long-term goals.  The delaying of gratification will often free up resources that allow for the implementation and realization of longer term plans.  This longer term approach includes the potential for the ultimate creation of actual conditions that provide for on-going enjoyment of the very same type of gratification that was delayed.  A simple picture of this is the dilemma of choice faced by the hungry farmer at planting time. Does he eat the seed in his possession, in which case he is momentarily satiated, or does he plant the seed so as to be able to produce a crop, reap a harvest, have another year of food to eat and realize a profit of having seed to plant with again the following season.  Of course there are endless variable that will affect the outcome of this little example, but they do not affect the basic principle that if the crop seed is eaten out of hand, no possibility exists for future enjoyment.

The other side of the timing issue is to react too slowly to information or to disregard the facts in evidence until it is too late and miss the optimum moment. It is said “He who hesitates is lost.”  History tell us that 80% of investors will not get excited enough about an opportunity in time to profit from the particular trend and end up buying when things are at the top and selling as they hit the low.  Some are frozen in their tracks when faced with a decision and suffer from the “analysis paralysis” of looking too long before they leap.  This is especially disabling in the world of intra-day trading when opportunity for reaction to miniscule changes can only be taken advantage of by the timely and skillful execution of judicious actions of the technical trader.  This is not that kind of microcosmic investment opportunity.  This moment in history, which will see the manifestation of the Silver Bomb, is the sum total of all the years, of all the days, of all the trades ever made.  It is more like becoming aware of the seeping cracks appearing in the face of a dam just before it bursts, or hearing the muffled grunts emitted deep within a mountaintop snowpack just before an avalanche.

The entire premise of this book is that the world, particularly the western world, stands at the edge of the change of an epoch.  As it has been pointed out in these pages, much of that change will be repetition of cycles that have been observable throughout human history.  It will also include events that have no prior precedent and will never happen again.  The decline of the western empire, with the concurrent paradigm shift away from the fiat currency based economy resembles past historical precedent.  It is understandable as a discernibly cyclic phenomenon, the pieces and parts of which can be seen in prior empires and prior ages.  The collapse of an experiment with paper currency followed by the re-monetization of precious metal is also nothing new.  The change that is coming that has never been seen before will be due to the global realization of the new intrinsic value of silver due to the never before seen consumption of it as an industrial metal.

It is the combined timing of this new rarity of available silver on planet Earth, with the unfolding events of the west-to-east transference of wealth, and the unfolding global return to metal as money that have set up the soon to be witnessed triggering of what has been referred to in this book as The Silver Bomb.  The price of silver is low…right now.  It is about to go up at a rate that can and will only happen once in history.  The release of this book, or others like it that address the same topic, may have an effect in the further acceleration of the paradigm shift towards awareness about the new rarity and therefore the new relative built-in value of silver.  That has been a great portion of the drive to deliver this information into the hands of as many as possible, and as quickly as possible, even though doing so could actually shorten the time-frame of the present window of opportunity to take advantage of the simple, practical recommendations herein.

Now is the time.  It is the time of all times to go long on precious metals and particularly to go long on silver.  It is time to buy physical precious metal and actually hold it in your possession.  It is time to put every resource that can that can reasonably be used into silver.  History tells us there will be price fluctuation and as we have seen, ALL markets are currently rigged and subject to wild volatility due to massive manipulation.  These manipulated fluctuations are all based on the exertions of a central banking cartel whose goal is to hide the truth and perpetuate the paper dollar fraud as long as possible.   The game has changed however, with the global economic shift to the east, and that western banker cartel influence will soon end.  Pay no attention to price volatility in the interim.  The change that is described as The Silver Bomb, will be unmistakably different from any of the present or even historical price fluctuations.  If you buy silver one day and the next it drops 20%, don’t let this shake you because that 20% loss is measured off of the current illusion of wealth; the US dollar, which again, with all other currencies and assets that are denominated in dollars, is going to crash.  It is at that point that those with physical metal, especially silver in hand are going to be the new RICH of the new era.  Don’t look back in other words.  Buy it will both fists now and don’t look back.

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