What are you waiting for?

October 29th, 2012 → 7:09 pm @




Carpe Diem…Seize The Day We go forward from here. Studies of what has happened up to this point in history are only useful insofar as they can be of assistance in the understanding of where we are now and where the various forks in the road ahead will take us. To some of those who may read this book it has been nothing but a painfully tiresome restating of the obvious. To others, it is pure fantasy, and is destined to be discarded. To others still, it may be the first clear picture that they have ever had, that ties
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Pace Yourself

October 25th, 2012 → 7:26 pm @




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 is 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
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Bullion versus Coins

October 24th, 2012 → 7:32 pm @




There are definite advantages to buying the right kind of precious metals Disclaimer: this does not constitute, nor is the intent of the authors to give tax advice. Please consult your accountant. New precious metals investors may share a common misconception of what bullion is. The term ‘bullion’ simply means a refined and stamped weight of precious metal. Often what people think of as bullion is what is routinely seen in the movies such as The Italian Job, or Three Kings, or Ian Fleming’s classic James Bond movie Goldfinger, namely big, heavy bricks of gold. In truth, bullion comes in many
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Risk-free Investing—Is it for Real?

October 23rd, 2012 → 6:33 pm @




What you need to know before investing in anything Risk versus reward This is the underlying fundamental dynamic behind every willful decision in life. Every time a choice in direction is made, it is a trade-off between the benefit to be gained and the potential for bad consequences. Disproportionate potential for a negative outcome of a decision can equate to a cost that exceeds whatever reward, or potential reward may have resulted. Alternatively, if the potential for gain is high enough, greater risk becomes more tolerable in trade. Most often, choices that offer the highest potential for reward are accompanied
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The world’s whitest metal is where the real fortunes will be made

October 19th, 2012 → 5:57 pm @




Get ready for the Silver Bomb to go off. We are on the brink of an absolute change in the economy of the entire world and particularly in the economy of the Americandominated western empire. For some, it is the brink of unfolding disaster, as none of the old ways will function and those caught in their mechanisms become the final victims. For others it is the brink of unmatched opportunity as we come face to face with a “cosmic alignment” of the forces of economy and history. This moment will likely never happen again, and is destined to be
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What Happens When the Great Correction Comes?

October 18th, 2012 → 4:38 pm @




Which way will it go from here, and what you must do no matter what Recession, Depression, Stagflation, Hyper-inflation…endless arguments abound about what lies around the corner. So, who’s right? All of them are. All of them are right…and wrong. It may not even matter, since the future belongs to those who prepare. Fortunes have been lost, even in the best of times and fortunes have been made, even in the worst. We are already in a Recession that will eventually prove to be far more devastating in scope than the so-called Great depression. Some of those who lived through the
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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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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 Shrinking Dollar and Gold and Silver in Comparison

September 9th, 2012 → 5:42 pm @




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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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