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Asia – the only game in town

The purpose of this world tour has been to kick the tires and see what is really taking place. I began in San Diego, then went to Hong Kong, Beijing, Singapore, [...]

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EU Government Waste

While Europe is in an economic Sovereign Debt Crisis hunting down the rich like they are the prize in a fox hunt, the EU government spending, waste, and salary [...]

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Selling For Capital Gains B4 Yr End

Most of the big funds that had long-term gains this year have sold or are still selling to lock-in these lower tax rates before year-end. This is a phenomenon that [...]

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Beware 2013

The one resounding thing that emerged from this world tour and holding conferences in US, Asia, and Europe, was that there is a universal rising tide that realizes [...]

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US Is killing The Global Economy

The United States is the ONLY country that taxes American citizens even if they have never lived in the United States at any time. Once born American, you owe taxes [...]

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Gold does not Correlate to Inflation

Perhaps the biggest lie or sales-pitch has been that gold is the hedge against inflation. The correlation between gold and inflation year over year is less than 0.5 [...]

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Regulators Assist Banks in Manipulations

In 1993 when the CFTC first picked up excessive trading in silver at PhiBro, the CFTC ran in and demanded to know who the client was. PhiBro refused to tell them it [...]

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The Markets

Gold has been unable to get through the Bullish Reversals in the 1800 area. Even our Quarterly Bullish stands at 1955. The Daily Bearish is 16880 and a close below [...]

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The Taking of Gold Was Unconstitutional – So what?

You have to understand that we really have no rule of law in the United States. This is part of the reason it is collapsing. When Roosevelt confiscated gold, do you [...]

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Sovereign Debt Crisis = Banking Crisis

The Sovereign Debt Crisis is of profound importance. What is grossly being overlooked is both the exposure of banks to sovereign debt in Europe as well as Japan. In [...]

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