Monday, July 30, 2018

Mark Taylor: Most Important Midterm Elections in American History

Mark Taylor, author of the popular book “The Trump Prophecies,” contends, “If you are part of the army of God, you need to be ready also because there are going to be politicians that are going to resign. 

We have had the biggest number of resignations probably in history. This midterm election is going to be huge. This is going to be a red tsunami. 

They keep talking about the blue wave. I think it’s going to be a blue drip, a leaky faucet, and that is all they are going to get. You have had more resignations than we have ever seen. Now is the time to go in and capture this ground and hold it for the Kingdom of God.

It’s not a left or right thing. God is moving us towards a place of righteousness. That’s what’s happening right now. So, he’s going to be replacing these people. If you are called to be a judge, senator, congressman or a council person, I don’t care what level local, state or federal, take your place and get ready. 

If you are in the Army of God and you don’t vote, you need to get off your behind and register to vote. These are going to be the most important midterm elections in America’s history—period.”

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Tookie Angus: Gold Markets Have Bottomed, Now What?

Stuart “Tookie” Angus feels we are in the beginning phase of a new discovery bull market and people will be rewarded that get involved. The market has bottomed out, and it’s due to investors just not caring about gold. 

However, a few wise investors like Ross Beaty are putting significant capital into the market. Picking up assets at bottom level prices can be very rewarding later. 

He discusses how companies need good properties but management remains critical. He feels that he is a good talent spotter and he supports young people in the industry. 

He believes that Northern Canada particularly the North West Territories and Nunavut have a lot of potential.

- Source, Palisade Radio

Friday, July 27, 2018

Ron Paul: Why Big Business Hates Free Markets and Loves Big Government

There is a huge misconception, where Americans are led to believe that Government and Big Business are antagonists. We see it in Hollywood movies, and in the media all the time. 

Americans need government "regulations" to protect them from business. In reality, Big Business could not be happier with this slight-of-hand. They love government "regulations," and hate the free market.

- Source, Ron Paul

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Trade Wars Are Serious: Not A Reality TV Show

The possibility of a trade war escalating, and its consequences could have real negative effects on the global economy, but so far, nothing serious has materialized, said Brian Sheahan, executive chairman of Morgans. 

“I think the observation so far is that there’s a lot of talk, a lot of posturing, probably a lot less action, so it’s been good. Obviously, as any sensible person would say, a trade war would not be good for the global economy,” Sheahan told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Noosa Mining & Exploration Investment Conference. 

On a potential economic recession, Sheahan said that there are several indicators investors should look at to gauge such a potential. “When the yield curve gets down to about 0.5 difference. 

It’s not there yet, it is coming down that way, so I think next year we’ll have a look at it again,” he said.

- Source, Kitco News

Monday, July 23, 2018

Charles Nenner: Gold to Enter New Bull Market

Don’t worry about the recent weakness in gold and silver because renowned financial cycle expert Charles Nenner thinks they both will rise in price soon, but not until after a bit more pain for holders of precious metals. 

Nenner says, “Gold is going to enter a new bull market. The first cycle will bottom after the summer. $1,212 per ounce is our downside target. If it hangs around there and it’s after the summer, we will probably give it a buy signal. If that breaks, we will come up with a new low price target, but it definitely will enter a new bull market. Gold is in a bull market even though it came down from $1,900 per ounce.

It’s going to pick up anyway in a couple of months, but is it going to be from $1,212 or a lower price target?” So, would Nenner be a seller of gold? Nenner says, “No, not now, it’s going to top $2,500 per ounce in about two years or so.”

- Source, USA Watchdog

Sunday, July 22, 2018

The Truth About Inflation & The Crash To Come...

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the recent news that inflation in the United States reached an 6 year high. 

Breaking down this news, we take a trip through the past, present and future of inflation, why it happens and what can be done. 

Inflation is a hidden tax and it's an absolute scourge.

- Source, WAM

Friday, July 20, 2018

World Debt Explodes, $30 Trillion In 5 Quarters

World Debt Explodes: $30 Trillion In 5 Quarters. Trump’s Trade War has a deeper agenda than the obvious. Central Bankers “Don’t worry, we will just sterilize the credit growth” Doug Noland Q2 performance update call...

- Source, McAlvany

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

MASS Exodus From New Jersey & California As Taxes SKYROCKET!

Josh Sigurdson reports on the massive exodus of the states of New Jersey and California as state taxes skyrocket causing business owners, the rich and every day people to flee...

Monday, July 16, 2018

Trump and Putin Summit Success: Neocons Furious!

The just-completed summit between presidents Trump and Putin has surprised - and infuriated - President Trump's supporters and detractors at home. Is this the beginning of an improvement in relations...or will the neocons have the last word?

- Source, Ron Paul

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Real Vision: The Shift to Underground Gold Mining

We look at the birth of underground gold mining and how the switch came about after all the easily accessible gold on the surface had been collected.

- Source, Real Vision

Friday, July 13, 2018

Why Silver Will Increase More Than Gold During The Next Financial Collapse

There are two crucial factors why silver will increase more in value than gold during the next financial meltdown. These factors are not well known by many precious metals analysts because they focus on antiquated information and knowledge. While several individuals in the precious metals community forecast a much higher Gold-Silver ratio during the next financial crash, I see quite the opposite taking place.

For example, Lynette Zang, at ITM Trading, has suggested in recent videos, that the gold to silver ratio will increase significantly during the upcoming currency reset. She believes this based on the idea that gold is more the primary monetary metal and has published data showing the surging gold-silver ratio that took place during the end of the Weimar Germany hyperinflation.

Yes, it is true that the gold-silver ratio shot up to 160/1 during the last month of the Weimar hyperinflation, but there was a specific reason why that I will explain shortly. However, the main disagreement that I have with most precious metals analysts on the future value of gold and silver is based on their failure to incorporate “Energy” into their research, work, and forecasts.

While Lynette Zang educates her followers on why it is important to own gold and silver, she does not understand the dire energy predicament we are facing. Thus, she is missing the most critical factor in her analysis. Even the diehard precious metals bull, Peter Schiff, does not understand the negative consequences of the Falling EROI (Energy Returned On Investment) and the thermodynamics of oil depletion. Schiff believes that if the debt was wiped clean and the banks were liquidated, then we could start a new economic boom based on sound money.

However, the collapse of debt and the banking system would destroy our modern economy… for good. There is no way we could survive a cleansing of the debt-based monetary system. Without the debt, most assets have no value.

In Zang’s recent interview CLARIFICATION: Silver/Gold Ratio (Function Vs Fiat), she posted this table of the changing gold-silver ratio during the Weimar Germany hyperinflation:

From 1919 to most of 1923, the gold-silver ratio remained between 14-16/1 as the Reichsmark was printed into oblivion. We can see just how much the value of gold and silver, in Reichsmarks, increased. However, on October 23rd, 1923, the gold-silver ratio shot up to 160/1 and remained there for an entire month. So, why did this occur?

- Source, SRS Rocco, Read the Full Article Here

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Rob Kirby: It's Not If the System Collapses, It's When

Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says what this all boils down to is: pro-dollar forces vs. anti-dollar forces. Kirby contends, “Three, four and five years ago, countries taking anti-dollar actions would have only included only China, Russia and a few other smaller Asian players. 

Now, we are starting to see friction that is not just Asian players, now it’s Germany. Who’s next?

- Source, USA Watchdog

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

1177 BC: The Year Civilization Collapsed

From about 1500 BC to 1200 BC, the Mediterranean region played host to a complex cosmopolitan and globalized world-system. It may have been this very internationalism that contributed to the apocalyptic disaster that ended the Bronze Age. 

When the end came, the civilized and international world of the Mediterranean regions came to a dramatic halt in a vast area stretching from Greece and Italy in the west to Egypt, Canaan, and Mesopotamia in the east. 

Large empires and small kingdoms collapsed rapidly. With their end came the world’s first recorded Dark Ages. It was not until centuries later that a new cultural renaissance emerged in Greece and the other affected areas, setting the stage for the evolution of Western society as we know it today. 

Professor Eric H. Cline of The George Washington University will explore why the Bronze Age came to an end and whether the collapse of those ancient civilizations might hold some warnings for our current society.

- Source, NCASVideo

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

John Williams: The Fed is Flirting With Massive Sell Off in the Dollar

Economist John Williams sees a declining economy and says, “This is what I see happening. As the economy turns down, that’s a negative for the dollar. 

Most importantly here, if the Fed backs off its tightening and moves back towards quantitative easing, and their minutes allow for it, they’re going to do that. Right now, the dollar is being supported by expectations of a higher interest rate. 

As the fed moves back towards quantitative easing, you are very likely going to see a massive sell-off in the dollar. The massive sell-off in the dollar becomes very inflationary. This is a big problem right now for the Fed.”

- Source, USA Watchdog

Monday, July 2, 2018

Bill King: The “Everything Bubble” Will Pop

10 years of an everything bubble - Is that over now? Fed Chair Powell not an academic & is worried about inflation. Fed has backed away from easy money, next the ECB, leaving only easy money Japan.

- Source, McAlvany Financial