Interesting Issues | CMI Gold & Silver - Part 7
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Category: Interesting Issues

The Keynesian endgame

In 1971, the dollar was officially relieved of its false promise of gold convertibility by creditors to the United States. In an attempt to spare the world’s economies from the effects of creative destruction, free markets and the invisible hand were traded in for centrally planned economies. Instead of market participants determining who succeeded and failed, that task increasingly became the domain of academicians, central bankers and politicians.

Romney promises to feed the gold bull

A while back I caught a Peter Schiff interview on one of the mainstream financial channels where he was recommending gold. The interviewer commented that for every investment thesis there existed a scenario in which the thesis would fail. He asked, what was that scenario for gold? Mr. Schiff replied that it would require massive spending cuts out of Washington DC and a balanced budget.

$46 silver on its way?

Let me start by saying that I am not a technical analyst. Consider the following to be for learning or entertainment purposes only. If you take a look at the silver chart from last October there appears to be a classic reverse head and shoulders pattern forming with a neckline in the $36-37 area. This is considered to be a very bullish formation.

QE, or not QE, that is the question

There’s so much confusion in the short term markets regarding QE and its ilk, that it’s easy to get whipsawed into oblivion – or at least complete frustration. You must maintain a steady fix on the big picture. Regardless of what the mainstream media experts would have you believe, none of the problems of the last four or forty years have been solved. In fact all of them are now worse.

The fiat dollar and the de-industrialization of America

I highly encourage you to read the latest interview with Hugo Salinas Price.  Mr Price is a retired billionaire who made his fortune via a chain of appliance stores in Mexico.  He is also a tireless advocate of sound money.  His plan to reintroduce silver as a competing currency in Mexico would make it the most sought after money in the world bar none. It is well worth your time to understand the details of how he proposes to do this.