Global Financial Propaganda Spikes Always Precede Financial Crises

Global financial propaganda spikes always precede financial crises. Therefore, whenever the level of global financial propaganda spikes around the world, this is always a sign, that beneath the surface, financial ministers and top global bankers around the world are observing all kinds of worrisome structural defects. Historically, global financial propaganda has spiked before every major … Continue reading Global Financial Propaganda Spikes Always Precede Financial Crises

The Banking Cartel’s End Game: 100% Digital Money

I originally published the entirety of this article on 7 June 2012. However, since this article is every bit as relevant in 2019 as it was back then, I am republishing it now for the benefit of our new blog visitors. Consequently, as you read this article, keep in mind if there are statements with … Continue reading The Banking Cartel’s End Game: 100% Digital Money

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What to Expect from the FOMC Today and More Fiat Currency Destruction

the indomitable currency purchasing power destruction machine Let’s quickly discuss what to expect from the FOMC today at 2PM in New York. It’s time for the wizard behind the curtain to decide how to move asset prices again in our “free” market with US Central Bankers announcing whether or not they will cut interest rates … Continue reading What to Expect from the FOMC Today and More Fiat Currency Destruction

Market Asset Pricing is Irreparably Broken

Market asset pricing is irreparably broken and often behaves in the short term like a kid in a candy store that can’t make up his mind about what candy to buy, because every few seconds, another colorful candy wrapper attracts his attention, leading the child from candy to candy to candy without making a choice.  … Continue reading Market Asset Pricing is Irreparably Broken

Why US Gold and Silver Coin Sales are Irrelevant

Today I am going to explain why US gold and silver coin sales are irrelevant, though they are frequently reported by the US media as a weathervane for global gold and silver demand. Total 2018 sales of American Eagle gold coins sold by the U.S. Mint reached 245,500 ounces, the lowest on a year-over-year basis … Continue reading Why US Gold and Silver Coin Sales are Irrelevant

How Analyzing Mixed Martial Arts Can Be Used to Prove the Need for Alternative Education Pathways

The necessity of alternative education pathways can be illuminated by an analogy to the mixed martial arts approach. Neither the pursuit of education or mixed martial arts should have singular pathways due to the massive limitations on achievement ensured by singular pathways over alternative education pathways . Today, all of us should pursue alternative education … Continue reading How Analyzing Mixed Martial Arts Can Be Used to Prove the Need for Alternative Education Pathways

Mainstream Media Myths About Gold and Silver

Gold prices in US dollars are not the end-all, be-all in importance for 95%+ of the world's population, so why does the media only quote USD prices for gold? Mainstream media myths about gold and silver have existed for as long as the media has been mainstream. The reason I have repeatedly stated that numerous … Continue reading Mainstream Media Myths About Gold and Silver

The Chart That Explains Why Japanese Should Buy Gold Now

They say a picture says a thousand words, but one chart, which I’ve reproduced below, says much more than a thousand words, and explains why Japanese should buy gold now. Below, I have drawn an extremely bullish cup and handle pattern, with the high mark of the handle reached on 1 Feb, 2013 at  ¥156,621 … Continue reading The Chart That Explains Why Japanese Should Buy Gold Now

The Greatest Threat to Wealth Preservation is “It Won’t Happen to Me” Syndrome

The greatest threat to wealth preservation is "It Won't Happen to Me" syndrome. Before I start today’s article, I just want to clarify one statement from my article about diversification, from three years ago, in which I discussed how most gold and silver mining stocks were still undervalued heavily by comparing the cumulative market cap … Continue reading The Greatest Threat to Wealth Preservation is “It Won’t Happen to Me” Syndrome