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Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Breakdown of the Monetary System Will Be Chaotic – Got Gold?

We have entered the endgame for the dollar as the dominant reserve currency and most investors and policy makers are unaware of the implications - but those who are will have positioned themselves in the one asset most likely to be left standing when the dust settles - gold. Here's why. Words: 1003

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Cycle Charts for the Dow, Gold and Oil Most Revealing!

Larry Edelson's proprietary cycle analyses suggests that we could experience declines in the Dow 30 and S&P 500 to 9,000 and 1,000, respectively, by April of 2011; a potential decline in the price of gold to as low as $1126 by August of 2011 and a decline in the price of crude oil to as low as $69 next year - before taking off to record highs. Words: 781

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Here’s Why Agricultural Stocks Are a Better Buy!

Agriculture

If you think the dollar will decline further then it makes sense to buy commodity stocks and even if there is a global recovery that's faster than we expect many commoditiy stocks will still outperform because supply is simply unable to meet the increasing demand for some of the commodities. [Let me tell you] which one(s) to buy[- and why]? Words: 1475

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Mania Territory For Gold is Coming Soon!

The chief institutional strategist at Canada’s biggest bank, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), believes gold prices are probably heading the way of the NASDAQ in the 1990s and the Nikkei in the 1980s into mania territory on the road to $3,800 an ounce. Words: 647

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Washington Politicians Will Cause Rampant Inflation With Their In-Action and Mis-Action!

The National Inflation Association (NIA) believes it is very unlikely that our representatives in Washington will have the political backbone and courage to implement any of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform's proposed cuts in domestic and defense expenditures and increases in tax revenues. [Instead, as the NIA sees it,] the U.S. is on a path towards exploding budget deficits in the years ahead that could cause an outbreak of hyperinflation by the end of calendar year 2015. Words: 887

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Will the Trickle Out of the U.S. Dollar Now Become a Torrent?

Another brick has been taken out of America's dollar fundamentals. China and Russia intend to stop using the U.S. dollar and begin to pay for trade between their two countries in renminbi and rubles, respectively, from now on. Watch out America - with the coming demise of the U.S. dollar your free ride is over!

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Turk: Gold and Silver To Reach $8,000 and $400 Respectively by 2015

Gold will hit $8,000 by 2015 and if the gold:silver ratio reverts to norm silver will reach $400. Gold and silver are so cheap today you should ignore the current price and just pick one day every month and buy the precious metals. Sometimes you will get them at a lower price and sometimes you will pay more, but, over time you will accumulate the precious metals at a good average cost. Words: 1236

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Lock and Load with an Arsenal of Gold and Silver Bullets!

While gold has pulled back from its +$1,400 its bull market is far from over... Corrections are a normal and necessary part of any bull market, and man, do I see this pullback as a golden opportunity — a chance to buy great gold and silver stocks that we missed the first time around! Words: 1350

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A Return to the Gold Standard Has Major Shortcomings

World Bank president Robert Zoellick has stirred up a hornet's nest with his recent call for a return to a gold anchor in the global financial system. The usual suspects immediately denounced him - Keynesian Brad DeLong has [gone so far as to] anoint Zoellick the "Stupidest Man Alive" - [and I would like to add my voice to the chorus by explaining] the dangers of Zoellick's gold proposal, and why fans of the classical gold standard should be wary. Words: 1708

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USD Index Drop Below 72 Will Devalue USD by 50%

We are an environment in which a U.S. dollar (USD) collapse has fueled inflation trade mania. By launching additional quantitative easing (QE) measures at a time other central banks (e.g. the ECB and the Bank of England, among others) have renounced additional easing measures or are actively raising interest rates (e.g. China and Australia), Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has made it clear he is willing to trash the USD. Words: 797

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