Presenting the New maalamalama Daily Gold & Silver Vlog

For those of you wondering why we are writing articles less frequently, it is because with the time we spend researching markets and providing relevant guidance to our subscribing members, we have very little time left over to devote to public forums. However, as we have provided spot on commentary about global markets and gold and silver on our blog for more than six years since 2006, we do not wish to cease this public service either. As of about a month ago, we are now providing the majority of our commentary via Daily Videos about Gold & Silver and How to Survive Financial Armageddon on our media page at https://www.maalamalama.com/media.php

With the launch of our new daily video commentary, we have attempted to provide commentary within the framework of sports and pop culture on occasion to make our videos a little more interesting and to avoid the pedantic, dry commentary often associated with the world of finance and money. For example, previous video titles that we have already released include “NFL, NBA & Banks: Who Has the Power?”. “The Giant Vampire Squid V. the Tapeworm,” “Why ESPN Hires Morons & Why This Matters”, “Things That Make You Go Hmmm,” and “Financial Zombies & Vampires.” Our daily videos that address more traditional topics include “Global Politics = Moneyed Interests”, “Window Dressing: How Portfolio Managers Lie”, “How to Interpret Gold & Silver Volatility” and today’s topic about how perception control can prevent the understanding of truth, titled, “Think You’re Eating Kobe Beef? Guess Again?”

Future topics I’ll discuss include samurai legend Miyamoto Musashi and how martial arts strategies translate into defeating the bankers (by the way, I highly recommend the epic film 13 Assassins, directed by Takashi Miike), and Reuters photojournalist Dan Eldon, who tragically died way too young at age 22, but not before living a very full and remarkable life. We post the Daily maalamalama Gold & Silver videos on our website first here, and then on our maalamalama YouTube channel about a week later. Please feel free to leave comments on our YouTube channel regarding what topics you would like us to address in the future and we’ll take all comments into consideration when making future videos. As we are making 4-5 videos a week, we will have plenty of leeway to discuss all kinds of topics in the future!

Finally, we’ll be making a follow up video to our October 4th video entitled “How Going Long Gold & Silver Can Still Be Bad Advice” in which I discussed why I believed that many of the articles written by the commercial investment industry that are pro gold and silver still have Machiavellian ulterior motives to them. Though they are seemingly written for our benefit, if one examines the peculiar timing of the banking industry’s pro gold and silver articles, one might discover a repeated pattern that might indicate a more sinister “bait & switch” motive, but more on that topic in a few days! So what’s our goal with the maalamalama Daily Gold & Silver Vlog? German philosopher Schopenhauer once stated that “all truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” Unfortunately, once the truth about this global monetary and banking fiasco becomes “self-evident”, we will have passed beyond the point of no return and it will be too late for people to protect themselves. It is our goal, through this vlog to present the truth about the global financial world, even though it may be ridiculed and violently opposed, so that all citizens of the world will at least have the knowledge to protect themselves if they so desire. Hopefully, many of you will find our videos to be of value, interesting, and thought-provoking. For best results, please view our videos while using either the Firefox or Safari browsers.


About the vlogger:

JS Kim is the founder and Chief Investment Strategist for the fiercely independent research & consulting firm maalamalama. This year, maalamalama’s flagship Crisis Investment Opportunities newsletter, YTD yield as of September 28, 2012 is +29.30% (includes all opened and closed positions YTD including all positions with losses), more than double the +14.44% yield of the S&P 500 and more than five times the +5.53% yield of the XAU Philadelphia Gold & Silver Index for this year. Since our launch on June 15, 2007, our Crisis Investment Opportunities newsletter has returned a cumulative yield of +204.01%, more than +166.10% better than the +37.91% yield of the XAU Philadelphia Gold & Silver Index and more than +209.15% better than the -5.14% yield of the S&P 500 over the same 5+ year period (*in a tax-deferred account).

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