Saturday, November 30, 2013

Deflation Before Hyperinflation

Mike Maloney was recently asked to clarify his position on where the economy is headed - inflation or deflation? Check out the the video to hear Mike's thoughts on how this will play out.

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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Mike Maloney On The Rundown

Mike Maloney appears on "The Rundown Live" and discuss gold, silver and much more. Mike Maloney starts at 08:55.

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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Hidden Secrets of Money Episode 5 - When Money is Corrupted

Welcome to the 5th episode of Michael Maloney’s Hidden Secrets Of Money. In this installment, we travel to Berlin and Frankfurt, where we were able to film the money museum inside the Bundesbankone of the world’s largest Central Banks.

This episode serves as an ideal primer for those waking up to the monetary matrix around them, as it clearly shows the history of true money and why it so important to our freedom. The quality of a society is directly proportional to the quality of its money. Debase a currency for long enough, and you end up with dangerous deficits, debt driven disasters, and eventuallydelusional dictators. History proves this to be true.

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Monday, November 25, 2013

Mike Maloney - The End of the Dollar

The death of the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency is the elephant in the room that nobody wants to acknowledge.

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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Fiat U.S. Dollar Artist Mark Wagner

Watch the fiat Federal Reserve note get converted into Art.

Cool artist videos aside, understanding the difference between currency and money is one of the most important financial lessons you will ever learn.

Without knowing exactly what money is... how on earth can we expect to protect it, understand it, or attain more of it?

So what is the difference between Money & Currency? Click here to find out.

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Friday, November 22, 2013

What Does A Silver & Gold Delivery Parcel Look Like?

The unboxing of your guaranteed silver and gold shipment is probably the best and most exciting part of the entire ordering process.

Many anonymous customers even post unboxing videos on Youtube. Above and below are Silver Pegasus Round unboxing videos made by anonymous customers.

In the videos, you can see how gauranteed nondescript Silver Delivery Parcels are packaged.

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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Bitcoin Encryption Vs Government Counterfeit

"So here we've got some examples of the technology that governments around the world are putting into their counterfeit currencies so that the public can't counterfeit the currency that governments are now counterfeiting."

After watching this video -- are you left feeling that governments around the world will be left playing catch up with free market solutions to security such as BitCoin?

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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Robert Kiyosaki and Mike Maloney Discuss the Coming Crash

Mike Maloney and Robert Kiyosaki discuss the how you can best prepare for the coming crash. Will we have a depression or hyperinflation?

Friday, November 15, 2013

Wouldn't You Love To Own the Police In Your Town?

Mike Maloney appears on Russia Today and discusses the current corrupt banking world. He states the banks own the Federal Reserve. Wouldn't you want to own your regulator? Wouldn't you want to own the police in your town?

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Australia Should Be Outraged!

Mike Maloney talks about Australia raising their debt ceiling. He says Australia should be outraged!

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Monday, November 11, 2013

First Hand Account of How Gold Jewelry Can Save Your Life

In 1981, a 10-year-old Vietnamese girl, her parents and nine brothers and sisters began preparing for a perilous journey, a journey they knew they might not survive.

Since the fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War in April 1975, life had been hard for the little girl’s family. The Communist government of North Vietnam inherited a country deeply divided, devastated by war, and on the verge of economic collapse. In an attempt to unify the country, the government instituted a centrally planned program of economic reform, instituting price controls, forcing farmers into agricultural collectives and nationalizing manufacturing. It was the beginning of what would come to be known to the Vietnamese people as the “10 bad years.”

In September 1975, the Vietnamese government declared the new “liberation” dong to be worth 500 of the dong previously issued by South Vietnam, where the girl and her family lived.

From 1976 to 1980, the Vietnamese economy barely grew, even as the population swelled by a million people each year. Inflation soared upwards of 700%. Food grew scarce, and starvation ensued, as Soviet-style farming collectives failed, and drought, flooding and typhoons exasperated the crisis. Many businessmen lost everything, and the suicide rate skyrocketed. The little girl’s father’s family business was seized by the Communist government, and the family faced the reality of having to raise a family of 10 children in a hostile environment, amid civil unrest and an uncertain economy.

Finally, the little girl’s parents knew they had to choose: to leave their home and everything they owned behind in the hope of finding a better life for their children, or to stay in Vietnam, where their prospects for the future seemed to worsen by the day.

In those days, many people were fleeing the coast of Vietnam in boats, desperate for the chance at freedom and a brighter future. Those considering the voyage heard horrifying stories of pirates, rapes, capture by Vietnamese soldiers, and drownings at sea. Sixty-eight passengers prepared to join the little girl’s family on a boat, carrying what little wealth they had with them on their bodies, in the form of gold jewelry. It was a stark memory the little girl would carry with her for the rest of her life.

The 80 passengers in the tiny fishing boat were among the lucky ones: After seven days at sea, they were able to land in Indonesia, where they found shelter in a refugee camp. All had survived the voyage, but their struggles were not over. Food was scarce in the camp, and there were few resources to support the constant influx of tired, hungry refugees. The little girl’s family used their gold jewelry to trade with the local merchants for food, medicine, and other necessities of life. It was that gold jewelry that enabled them to survive the many months they endured on the island.

Eventually the little girl and her family made their way to the United States. Today, her parents, now in their 80s, are still living, and most of her siblings reside near her in Southern California. And today she is a member of the team.

“I was too young to comprehend the magnitude of the danger,” she recalls of that long-ago journey. “It was a life-changing experience that shaped who I am. It is my history. I am very fortunate, and very appreciative of the life I have.”

Our staff member’s story really hit home with those of us at, where our mission is to educate others about the importance of holding physical gold. Throughout history people have turned to gold to preserve their wealth and provide security for their families in times of crisis. Similarly, the tradition of investing in, giving, and wearing gold jewelry is deeply ingrained in most of the world’s cultures. That remains true of Vietnam, the fourth largest consumer of gold in Asia, after China, India and Thailand, according to a 2012 Standard Chartered report. As is true of many Asian cultures, many Vietnamese people still save in gold rather than currency, particularly now, with spiraling inflation and the dong losing value. Gold jewelry is traditionally given to new Vietnamese brides by the groom’s family. In India and China, gold jewelry has both ceremonial and financial significance, a symbol of abundance by which a family’s wealth can be passed from generation to generation with the fastening of a clasp.

But there is a deeply practical aspect to the owning of gold jewelry as well. In societies such as Vietnam’s, where political orders have undergone frequent turbulence and economies have been centrally planned into crisis, the people even today trust gold far more than they trust their national currencies. In Vietnam today, currency is used for most transactions, but the purchase of real estate or capital goods requires gold.

But historically, governments whose national currencies are floundering inevitably look for ways to disincentivize the use of gold as money. In many parts of the world, that’s happening today. Currently, in an attempt to persuade people to sell their gold bullion, the State Bank of Vietnam has forbidden banks from paying interest on deposits of gold, and forced banks to charge customers a fee to store their gold instead. Similarly, with the rupee at an all-time low, the government of India, the biggest gold consumer in the world, has increased import duties on gold bullion. And much closer to home, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 forced U.S. citizens to sell their gold bullion to the Federal Reserve and banned them from owning gold coins or bars.

But gold jewelry, that lovely bracelet or sparkling necklace that catches the light as your daughter turns to greet you, has never in modern history been subject to those kinds of government interventions. While one is almost certain to be stopped at Customs for his or her bag of gold coins, the passenger wearing a beautiful gold chain raises nary an eyebrow. A significant amount of wealth can be transported anywhere in the world simply by wearing it as a beautiful accessory rather than carrying it as money.

Of course, most of us will not be forced to flee in fear for our lives, as that 10-year-old future GoldSilver employee and her family were back in 1981. But all of us are at risk of losing the value of our savings, as the purchasing power of our national currencies falls lower and lower. Most of us will probably never need to transport our wealth to foreign shores in response to political upheaval or government heavy-handedness. But in our uncertain modern world, conditions change quickly, governments and the financial elite hold enormous power, and when our unsustainable, debt-addicted monetary system crashes for the final time, events will turn on a dime.

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Saturday, November 9, 2013

Chris Martenson On The Biggest Scam In The History of Mankind

At a recent Casey Research event, Mike Maloney premiered the fourth episode of his 'Hidden Secrets Of Money' series. The first people to see it included luminaries such as Ron Paul, Doug Casey, Jim Rickards, John Mauldin, and long term friend of Mike Maloney...Chris Martenson.

Chris is known best for his outstanding book and video series 'Crash Course', which has opened minds across the world to the way our economy really works. In fact, back in 2007, Mike was so impressed with the Crash Course video series that he became one of the first major donors.

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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Timeframe For US Dollar Collapse

Mike Maloney discusses the timeframe for the US dollar collapse. He see's the whole world being affected by these fiat currencies. People will lose trust!

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Mike Maloney Pegasus Silver

Mike Maloney's new silver round called "Pegasus" is amazing. The price and the quality should set the industry on notice. Nothing to date out of a private mint equals the quality and price point.

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Sunday, November 3, 2013

Mike Maloney Dedicates Work To Ron Paul

Mike Maloney Dedicates the release of the "Hidden Secrets of Money" to the great Ron Paul. He presents this at the Casey Research Summit.

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Friday, November 1, 2013

Deflation Before Inflation?

Mike Maloney answers a question from the audience at a Casey Research Summit event concerning his theory of Deflation before Inflation.

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