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A Mini Gold Rush Has Descended On Northern California

Makes me want to grab a pan and “head for them thar hills”.


Why Is Russia Buying So Much Gold?

Maybe they are just hedging their bets.

“Russia and China have been vocal for some time about their desire to increase their gold holdings and move away from the U.S. dollar.”


“A Great Big Coup Is On The Way”

“This is a history-shattering development, but don’t tell the boys and girls and robo-machines on Wall Street.

Pathetically, they still think it’s game on.

So if there was ever a time to take advantage of the day traders and robo-machines which linger in the casino, now would be the occasion to sell, sell, sell. Once the breakdown starts there will be no respite from the implosion.”

I agree.


Hope for the Best but Prepare for the Worst

“Daniel Marburger, CEO of European coin dealer CoinInvest, told Bloomberg that he had just finished working with a German customer whose bank account was charged negative interest rates. To prevent this from happening again, the customer converted his cash into gold and silver, which he sees as a more reliable store of value.”

Makes sense to me.


The End of Physical Currency Coming in 2017?

If they can get Americans to go along with this, then the entire planet will follow in short order. If they can control the money, then they can control us.



Got Barter?

“When the next financial panic comes, those without tangible wealth will be totally at the mercy of banks and governments who will decide exactly how much of your own money you’re allowed to have each day.

Just ask the citizens of Cyprus, Greece and India who have gone through this experience in recent years.

It will come to the U.S. soon enough.”


This says it all…”An ounce of gold on April 27, 2001 was valued at $264. On April 24, 2017, the price of gold was about $1,277.”

Cashless Society Getting Closer

And the noose tightens. I paid my mechanic yesterday with cash, mostly hundred-dollar bills. Before doing so I asked him, jokingly of course, “Do you still take cash.” . He smiled and said “Yes but most of my customers, about 90 percent, pay with a credit card.”. He explained that most auto repairs are an unexpected expense. If it weren’t for credit cards, many Americans would be walking because they have no cash reserves.

Germany Gets the ‘Wrong Suitcase’ While Repatriating Its Gold Reserves From US

Very interesting. “According to the economist, the gold bars that Bundesbank repatriated have different labels.” What? Did they remove the swastikas?


Price of Gold Spikes as Investors Get Spooked by Talk of World War III and Nuclear Conflict

Gold is an “emotional” metal.


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