Bank CEOs are the New Drug Lords Why I Would Work For Pablo Escobar Before I Would Work For Jamie Dimon, by JS Kim Bank CEOs are the New Drug Lords. Here is a list of some of the banks managed by Bank CEOs, aka the new Drug Lords, that were fined billions of dollars … Continue reading Bank CEOs are the New Drug Lords
A week ago, I wrote an article titled, “Do NOT Let The Strong US Dollar Illusion Lead Your Wealth Preservation Strategies Astray.” Today, I am releasing the corollary to that article with this one. I strongly emphasize that just as you should not be fooled by an illusion of a strong US dollar, you should … Continue reading Do NOT Let Weakness in Gold & Silver Paper Markets Lead Your Wealth Preservation Strategies Astray
For the past year, we've had a binge of corporate layoffs in America. Recently it was reported that AMR Corp., which operates American Airlines, would slash about 13,000 jobs, about 1 out of every 7 jobs in their current workforce. Microsoft has reported it will fire 18,000 employees, also about 1 out of every 7 … Continue reading Massive Corporate Layoffs in US Sparks Massive Rises in Stock Prices?
Recently, I’ve read many stories about the “strong” dollar from mainstream media financial “journalists” that are paid by pro-USD banking cartels to promote such rubbish propaganda. The strong dollar illusion is sold to the masses because the dollar is never compared against the real money of gold but only to its weak siblings of the Euro … Continue reading Do NOT Let the “Strong” Dollar Illusion Lead Your Wealth Preservation Strategies Astray
Though very few people do it, thinking for yourself is always a positive practice in which to engage. Last month, we received a number of emails from our clients asking us why we were still immediately bearish on mining stocks because there seemed to be a consensus on gold/silver mining sites that the gold/silver mining … Continue reading Why it Pays to Go Against the Flow with Gold & Silver
Yesterday, we sent a special bulletin to our Platinum Members in the early afternoon, Asia time, that analyzed the current data in the gold markets and came to this conclusion: “Gold ran up to $1292.90 last week before settling back down near $1282 now and silver likewise approached $19.80 before closing back down in the … Continue reading We Called Yesterday’s Gold Plunge. What’s Next for Gold?