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Simon Black – This is a CRITICAL part of having a Plan B
Jun07

Simon Black – This is a CRITICAL part of having a Plan B

June 6, 2014 Hamilton, Bermuda Like most people, I love the beach. And Bermuda has plenty of really great beaches. It’s lovely here– advanced, civilized, and friendly. But let’s be honest, there are a lot of places in the world with great beaches. What really sets Bermuda apart– what makes it unique– is its favorable banking system. In Europe and the United States, they seem to be going out of their way...

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Simon Black – Cyprus STILL has “an emergency situation”. And capital controls
Apr22

Simon Black – Cyprus STILL has “an emergency situation”. And capital controls

April 9, 2014 Santiago, Chile Imagine that your country and banking system are so broke that you have to receive approval from a special committee just to send your own money to your kids who are away at university… Crazy, right? But that’s exactly what’s going on in Cyprus. And it all happened overnight. Just over a year ago, people across Cyprus went to bed thinking everything was just fine. They woke up the next...

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Simon Black – I’m amazed more people aren’t doing this. But soon, they will be.
Apr22

Simon Black – I’m amazed more people aren’t doing this. But soon, they will be.

April 11, 2014 En Route to Buenos Aires Every now and again, the universe presents us with opportunities that are so obvious we have to wonder why everyone else isn’t doing it too. This is how I felt yesterday while attending an invitation-only “Demo Day” for startup companies based in Chile. As we’ve discussed before, Chile is a top-20 Startup ecosystem worldwide. Entrepreneurs from all over the planet come to...

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Jim Rickards & Mike Maloney: Gold Revaluation & THE DEATH OF MONEY
Apr20

Jim Rickards & Mike Maloney: Gold Revaluation & THE DEATH OF MONEY

Get Jim’s new book here: http://amzn.to/1bwpYS6 Jim Rickards has been featured in 4 out of the 5 episodes that we have released so far in the ‘Hidden Secrets Of Money’ series – and for good reason. Jim is one of the most articulate thinkers and teachers in the world when it comes to explaining what is really happening in the world of economics today, especially when it comes to gold and silver. Jim’s...

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It’s Official: The Chinese Are Selling U.S. Debt… and Buying Gold
Feb20

It’s Official: The Chinese Are Selling U.S. Debt… and Buying Gold

The latest news is in… The Chinese are selling U.S. government debt… and they’re buying gold. So let me ask you… In your opinion, what will the signs be that the U.S. dollar’s heyday is ending? What will the signs be that China is giving up on the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency? Specifically, we learned this week that the Chinese government shrank its holdings of U.S. government debt by...

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Simon Black – The one investment you want to avoid at all costs
Feb20

Simon Black – The one investment you want to avoid at all costs

February 20, 2014 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile 4.1%. I read it twice to make sure my brain had processed the number correctly. Yep, 4.1%. This was the annual yield promised on a new 5-year bond investment that a private banker colleague had sent to me. I couldn’t believe it. The bond issuance was by a state-owned company in India. And despite the Indian government having a -very- recent history of capital controls, price fixing,...

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NIA: Proof Gold Stocks Most Undervalued in History
Jan01

NIA: Proof Gold Stocks Most Undervalued in History

On Sunday when NIA suggested January 2015 GDX $25 call options, we showed you a chart of the HUI/Gold ratio. The HUI index for the most part tracks the same exact stocks owned by GDX. The HUI/Gold ratio shows how undervalued gold stocks are vs. the price of gold. The HUI/Gold ratio has a 17 year average of 0.37 and currently is down to 0.164, the lowest it has been since 2001, at the very beginning of gold’s secular bull market....

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The Fed Can’t Print a Brighter Future
Jan01

The Fed Can’t Print a Brighter Future

Stock indexes are making new highs. With share prices surging the collective mood must be ebullient. After all, stock prices are the collective present value calculations of investors’ guesses as to future earning streams. Future profits and prosperity equalcurrent high stock prices. But this isn’t your ordinary market. While stock prices portray exuberance, at no time in history have American adults feared more for the futures of...

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Simon Black – The easiest place in the world to establish second residency
Jan01

Simon Black – The easiest place in the world to establish second residency

Recently, we’ve discussed several different economic citizenship programs around the world. And while these programs are not for everyone due to their higher costs, they have all surfaced at the same time, and I would be derelict in my duties to not to inform you about these options. Bottom line—it’s all good news. The supply of potential second citizenships is increasing. And I’m certain it’s going to continue to in crease, even...

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Simon Black – This pretty much tells you everything you need to know about money and banking
Dec31

Simon Black – This pretty much tells you everything you need to know about money and banking

December 31, 2013 Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile The other night I played my first game of Monopoly in probably 20 years. One of my friends gave me the infamous board game for Christmas, and as I’ve had a lot of guests down here over the last few days, we all thought we’d give it a go. Guess who won? Nope. Not me. And not any of my friends either. The bank won. The bank actually wins every game of Monopoly. Think about it. All of the...

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