Friday, November 17, 2017

Bail ln VS Bail Out, What's The Difference?


The Central Banking elites have a stranglehold on our economies and are robbing all of us blind. IF you are not preparing and protecting yourself, then you are going to be eventually wiped out. 

Mike Maloney explains one of the ways they are doing this and what the difference between a "bail in" and a "bail out" is.


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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Mike Maloney: What I Love About Bitcoin


Mike Maloney loves that the market is creating its own competing currencies. The free market is in play and the US Dollar is being challenged. Gold, silver and bitcoin will all play a valuable role in the future to come.

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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

$50,000 Bitcoin In The Next Couple Of Months?


In his latest video, Mike Maloney ponders the questions 'Could Bitcoin hit $50,000 in the next couple of months?' and also, 'Is Bitcoin in a bubble and could it crash?' You may be surprised to hear how Mike answered these questions and the action he has taken accordingly.

- Source, Gold Silver

Monday, November 6, 2017

Highway To Government Hell


Mike is stuck in traffic in New York. A trip that should take 10 minutes is taking a half hour. So, he filmed this video on the incompetence of government-run roadways and how much time and tax dollars they waste.

- Source, Mike Maloney

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Mike Maloney: World War E Is Here


As cyberattacks increase, Mike is worried about keeping cash in the bank. If the U.S government, Equifax, and power plants can get hacked, our banks are probably next. So what money can't be hacked? Mike discusses in this new video.

- Source, Gold Silver

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Mike Maloney: The Real Game Changer for Gold


There are clear supply pressures coming to the gold market, so the last thing it needed was a new source of demand. But that’s exactly what it’s about to get, and as you’ll see, it could potentially push supply into a strained predicament. 

If this new development catches on it could lead to some fireworks in the gold market. This source of demand comes from China’s announcement that oil exporters to China will accept yuan as payment. 

This is normally done in dollars (hence known as the petrodollar system). The yuan is not well established internationally yet, so as an incentive, China will offer its exporters the option to convert their yuan into gold. This will essentially result in a new source of gold demand, one not currently present in the market.

- Source, Gold Silver

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Root Cause of Current Debt Levels

The simplest explanation is that governments spend more than they bring in. And since each year's deficit is added to the debt, the total keeps going up and up. It’s so high now that it’s mathematically impossible to repay (at least in current dollars).

How is it that central bankers and politicians can continue this free-for-all spending? You can tie it to one thing…

The world made a final break from a gold standard in 1971, when President Nixon ended gold convertibility. Up to that point there was some kind of gold (or silver) monetary regime for literally centuries (the primary exception to a lid on spending was during periods of war as the chart shows).

Now the entire world is on a fiat currency system for the first time in recorded history. And a fiat currency system always leads to ever increasing debt and money printing, because politicians and central bankers have no built-in controls to prevent them from doing so. Need more currency? Just spend it anyway or print it.

I have a question for those who mock the gold standard, or believe the fiat system is superior: why have all of the following events occurred since the world severed its last monetary tie to gold in 1971?
  • UK property and secondary banking crisis, 1973-1975
  • US Recession and oil crisis, 1973-1975
  • US Recession, 1980
  • US Recession, 1981-1982
  • Numerous Emerging Market defaults, mid-1980s
  • US Savings and Loan mass failures, late 1980s/early 1990s
  • Nordic banking and economic crises, late 1980s
  • US Recession 1990-1991
  • Japanese asset price bubble bursting, 1992
  • Mexican Peso crisis, 1994
  • Asian financial crisis, 1997
  • Long-Term Capital Management crisis, 1998
  • Dot.com crash, 2000
  • US Recession, 2001
  • Housing market crash, 2007
  • Stock market crash, 2008
  • Great Recession, 2008-2009
  • Euro Sovereign crisis, 2010-2012

That’s 18 major financial crises in 46 years. An average of one every two-and-a-half years.

I don’t think it’s reasonable to assume we’ll escape another crisis. Government debt is simply too high, and history shows this makes crises much more likely, maybe even inevitable.

This is a primary reason Mike and I continue to buy gold regularly. In fact, while researching this article, I ordered another one of these.

I hope your portfolio is ready for the next financial shock that history says is on its way.

- Source, Jeff Clark of Mike Maloney's Gold Silver

Monday, October 23, 2017

History Says Global Debt Levels Will Lead to Another Crisis

It may feel like we’ll escape a debt crisis since, well, the world hasn’t ended in spite of runaway debt levels. Some of us hard money people feel like we’re taking crazy pills; how the heck can debt be so out of control, so completely unpayable, and yet the financial system keeps chugging along as if nothing’s wrong?

Well, history has a message for us: the current calm won’t last forever, because there is a direct link between government debt levels and the number of financial crises that occur. And since global debt levels are high—the second highest level in the past 150 years—it’s not exactly a stretch to conclude that another financial crisis is coming.

Analysts at Deutsche Bank recently released an extensive study that demonstrates the link between debt and crisis. One chart in particular screamed for attention.

They measured G-7 government debt levels, as a percent of GDP, and charted that figure against the number of crisis those countries have experienced. Here are the primary events they classified as a crisis or shock:
  • 15% fall in stocks
  • 10% decline in the country’s currency exchange rate
  • 10% fall in bonds
  • A sovereign default
  • 10% inflation rate
They logged every time a nation encountered any of these events within a one-year period, and compared that to government debt levels. It’s not hard to spot the correlation.


Since 1864, the higher government debt levels, the greater the number of countries hit by a financial crisis or shock. Even in the 1970s when debt was “low,” it rose steadily, indicating politicians were relying on debt to help solve their economic problems. And that reliance led to greater crises.

You can see that current G-7 government debt levels are at the second highest reading in at least 153 years. Are these countries really going to buck the historical trend and avoid any further financial crises or shocks? It would be borderline irresponsible to think so (hello, gold haters).

So how did we get into this debt spiral?

- Source, Jeff Clark of Mike Maloney's GoldSilver

Friday, October 20, 2017

Bitcoin Was Useless In This Disaster Scenario - Cash & Gold King In Hurricane Maria


Note from Dan Rubock, Producer of Hidden Secrets of Money series: You can help Rincon (my hometown, also Edd Santoni in this video) by donating at the following link:


This local restaurant has become a community hub and savior for many people in Rincon.They have literally closed their business down to become a relief center, it is still one of the few places folks can get internet. 

They went above and beyond during this disaster, cooking meals via torchlight for anyone who needed to eat...thank you donating to help them out. Please send them a message to say that Dan sent you...I may get a free beer out of this when I get back home. Many thanks, Dan.

- Source, Gold Silver

Monday, October 16, 2017

What You Can Learn From Hurricane Maria


The biggest lesson you can learn from hurricane Maria is to be prepared. Puerto Ricans are suffering right now with the grid down, and limited access to cash. Make sure you are prepared BEFORE an emergency situation occurs.

- Source, Mike Maloney

Friday, October 13, 2017

What I Told Corporate Investors about Weak Gold Demand


I gave a presentation to some corporate board members recently, and they had one primary question on their mind. Why is overall gold demand weak?

These are smart people. They’re successful, both professionally and with their investments. They even believe in owning a little gold. But they’ve been puzzled by the significant drop in demand for physical metal. They had some ideas, which were mostly right, but their main concern was if they were overlooking some critical factor that was making other investors ignore gold.

What was especially interesting was their reaction. Once they grasped the reasons why physical demand has been down, they instinctively concluded that they needed to buy more of it. Now.

See if you’d come to a similar conclusion after viewing my presentation…


- Jeff Clark of Mike Maloney's Gold Silver, Read More Here

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Alarm Bells Ringing For Stock Markets, Gold & Silver Capitulation


Are we overdue for the “Big One”? It seems everyone is buying stocks again. And no one is interested in precious metals. Mike Maloney believes we may have reached capitulation.

- Source, Gold Silver