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Your Savings and Investments Will Be in Dire Jeopardy Going Into 2012 Unless…..

The United States is now so far in debt, it will never be able to pay it off, that is, without hyper-inflation. That subject alone will require many more articles than this. The sky is not falling (yet) but your savings and investments are in dire jeopardy going into 2012. You might wish to now do something to protect yourself. [May I offer the following investment ideas.] Words: 1648

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Environment is Inflationary, NOT Deflationary – Here’s Why (3K Views)

While it is true that the average consumer isn’t (and won’t soon be) spending as much as he used to, it’s not because he’s waiting for bargains. No, it’s because he’s out of credit, he’s unemployed, his house, car, motorcycle, boat, and plasma television have all either been repossessed or foreclosed upon, and his wife just left him. He’s not exactly in the mood for shopping. He’s not waiting for bargains. He’s waiting for a miracle - and I don’t think they sell those at the mall. Words: 1582

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Is Gold a "Greater Fool" Asset?

I believe the terminology "investing in gold" is a misnomer. Speculation is a better fit for the argument to own gold than considering it an investment. [Let me explain.] Words: 606

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What Are Technical Indicators Saying About the Near-term for Gold, Silver & Oil?

Now that we are at a crossroads in both commodity and equity markets heavy technical analysis, in addition to a standard fundamental outlook, may prove useful in identifying the next big swings - before they occur - for gold, silver), and crude oil... [and answer the prevailing question of those looking to establish, or re-establish, commodity positions: "Is now the time to jump into one or more of these markets or should I] sit on the sidelines a bit longer. [Let's take a look.] Words: 2012

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Why Commodities Are The Conservative Choice Of Cautious Investors

Confessions of a Conservative Investor Back in 2004 I made the momentous decision to sell my house in a real estate market that was still spiralling northward rather than wait for it to peak and then try to bail out as it declined. I knew that my cautious [and conservative] inclinations would cause me to miss out on further upside …

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Confessions Of A Conservative Investor With Anything But “Conservative” Investments

Back in 2004 I made the momentous decision to sell my house in a real estate market that was still spiralling northward rather than wait for it to peak and then try to bail out as it declined. I knew that my cautious [and conservative] inclinations would cause me to miss out on further upside gains, but I saw the writing on the wall – two walls, in fact. I realized it was just a matter of time before the housing bubble burst and believed that commodities were about to take off. Words: 1111

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NOW is the Time to Own Gold Stocks – Here's Why

If You Haven’t Participated in Gold’s Recent Rise – Don’t Fret – The Fun Has Only Just Begun 23 different countries are currently participating in a currency devaluation “race to the bottom” … and…as investors who seek safe harbor in hard money… we’re content to own precious metals investments until such a day arises when the currency war winner is finally announced …

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Ratio Analyses Suggest Possible $10,400 Gold, $650 Silver and $250 Oil (+2K Views)

Analysing the long-term relationships of gold with other assets suggests that, in most instances, physical gold and silver and the shares of the companies that mine those precious metals have major upside potential - to somewhere between $3,000 and $10,400 per ounce for gold, between $75 and $650 per ounce for silver and in excess of $250 per barrel for crude oil - in the years to come. Words: 1132

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Invest in Canada and Generate Emerging Market Returns – Without the Risks

In this hostile financial climate, long-term investors must now give more thought than ever to capital preservation and sustainable growth... and Canada's fortunes will surprise many. Its uniquely bifurcated economy can serve as a bridge from the developed to the developing world - at least for investors wise enough to cross it. Words: 776

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