How Accredited Investors Can Beat The Institutions In Monetizing The Unfolding, Misunderstood Paradigm Shift In FinTechSubmitted by Reggie Middleton on 06/12/2015 11:50 -0400
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The question is whether this is due to quite poor sentiment in the gold market or are banks that have been found rigging most markets, manipulating the gold market?
Unsold new condos spike to all-time record. Industry in denial.
Last Chance to Save America
Gold is now officially a 'basket case'...
Are we QE'd out??? It was supposed to be about the quality of growth,not helping the oligarchy protect their collective arses
The first four months of 2015 saw India import possibly as much as 3,000 tonnes of silver bullion. If the momentum is maintained India is on track to import a staggering 9,000 tonnes over the course of 2015. According to srsroccoreport.com, who compiled the data, it is Indian citizens who are the driving force behind the record demand for silver in India. We would speculate that India’s commitment to solar power may also be a factor.
Does anyone remember the National Debt anymore?
This has infuriated the Fed and is forcing it to take more and more aggressive measures to trash cash.
The short time one is allowed to strut and fret upon the stage before the brief candle is extinguished by some sudden change of circumstances is perhaps not quick enough when looking at the leaders that rule our countries these days.
In the last days of the Second World War American troops uncovered a large stash of gold, silver and paper currencies at the post office of a small town in eastern Germany called Plauen. Documents show that the stash was directly linked to SS chief Heinrich Himmler.
The tale of two markets is a story I’ve gone over time and time again. It is a story about lies and deception, truth and honesty.
What's the Worst-Case Scenario?
The bounce in risk we are witnessing today will not last. The underlying moves in the largest markets in the world are equal to those we saw during the 2008 Crash. Stocks are ALWAYS the last to "get it."
Everyone likes to buy things at a discount, right?