The Fed announcement not to taper was a “surprise” to all mainstream media talking heads (or should I say headless) who must tow the party line or join the growing millions of other Americans out of a job. Without the faux fiat injections into the stock market, it would collapse, as it inevitably will, anyway. Those in that market should be prepared for the worst for the worst will happen.
So writes Michael Noonan (edgetraderplus.com) in edited excerpts from his original article* entitled Gold And Silver – Fed Taper? Never! Never, Never, Ever.
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Noonan goes on to say in further edited (and perhaps paraphrased in places) excerpts:
The proverbial handwriting has been on the wall for quite some time. Lying Ben Bernocchio just sealed the fate of the already doomed fiat Federal Reserve Note, aka the “dollar,” along with the financial well-being of most unsuspecting Americans who will be unprepared for what is going to happen, at some point and with certainty. Collapse.
If the Fed were to taper, it would immediately burst the largest financial bubble ever created… Rather than burst the bubble and be held accountable, the Fed will keep feeding the financial tapeworm until the host Western world is utterly consumed.
How many companies are there actually showing earnings? It must be closer to none than to 100. Yet, the stock market made new all time highs this past week. With zero percent interest rates, all older savers dependent upon interest returns during their retirement years have none. They are, and have been getting, financially screwed while bankers have been handsomely rewarded with huge bonuses. No outrage, however.
All pension funds are under the same duress. The ultimate victim(s) is/are all of America as Ben and the Boyz steal what remaining “wealth” is available through their fiat Ponzi scheme, in place ever since the Federal Reserve Act of 23 December 1913.
We are all trapped in this ultimate Weimar-type bubble created by central bankers using exactly the same banking system in place under the Weimar Republic. Details are of no consequence because they have been known for decades and ignored by all throughout.
The Ponzi bubble is bigger than most can imagine. Western central planners… [continue to try to] suppress gold and silver in order to keep their sorry lives alive. In the process, the destruction of people’s financial well- being is unabated…
The [only reason the] fundamentals and unprecedented demand for gold and silver have failed to follow the natural law of supply and demand is because both have been unnaturally treated by central bankers. The metals are anathema to the issuance of paper fiat, and competition must be eliminated, at all costs.
The greatest antidote to government-issued fiat has always been, and always will be, gold and silver to a lesser extent, by becoming as important a financial safe harbor. [As such,] the beneficiaries of all this future trauma and trouble [will be] those who own and personally hold physical gold and silver. No paper promises, which are ultimately IOUs. When push comes to shove, which it surely will, good luck trying to collect on them. If the M F Global theft does not resonate with any paper holders, then nothing will.
Do not believe that the Fed will taper. In all likelihood, the Fed will increase, not taper. When you see that happen, there is no more cover for all the lies being sold in America. You have to know that when the ultimate central planner player, Larry Summers, opts out of the job of his life. It tells you that the replacement for Lying Ben is being set up to take the fall…
What the Charts say About Gold & Silver
My comments above are similar to Paul Revere’s ride through every Middlesex village and farm alerting everyone that the British were coming in that they exclaim that “The Central Bankers are here! Buy gold and silver!”
Gold and silver may ultimately head higher, (and higher and higher), but for now, the charts say “not yet, we need more time”. [For a detailed analysis of what the charts are saying at this point in time, and charts to support same, you are encouraged to visit the link below.]
[Editor’s Note: The author’s views and conclusions in the above article are unaltered and no personal comments have been included to maintain the integrity of the original post. Furthermore, the views, conclusions and any recommendations offered in this article are not to be construed as an endorsement of such by the editor.]
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