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Mike Maloney – How Will Global Financial Crisis End

Michael Maloney explains in this informative interview how the debt based currency system we follow requires the issuance of more and more fiat currency (aka. paper money) to keep the whole thing going. The present policy of active currency debasement adopted by the central banks of the US, UK and EU through QE, Money Printing, Bond Issuance, etc etc will ultimately lead to a massive flow of funds into sound asset classes as people attempt to retain their wealth. So how does it all end..? Share and...

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Gold and Silver Taxes – Mike Maloney

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“Rich Dad” Robert Kiyosaki on Gold, Silver and his Apartment Complexes

“Rich Dad, Poor Dad” author Robert Kiyosaki joins host Jay Carter this week on the Financial Survival Podcast. His newest book that was released recently is Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education. Robert Kiyosaki discusses the real “Rich Dad’s Conspiracy of the Rich: The 8 New Rules of Money” that is continuing to impoverish the middle class while at the same time making financially educated investors even richer. He also explains: – Why Robert Kiyosaki is holding off on buying any more gold – Where silver is headed – Why stocks are bound to collapse at any moment – Why saving cash right now is a really, really terrible idea – How the American government is turning into a fascist state – Why Robert Kiyosaki couldn’t care less what his credit score is – The ideal montly rent dollar amount he likes best when looking for the best apartment complexes to buy Share and...

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Silver & Gold – When Do I Buy & Sell? Insiders Report by Mike Maloney

Why gold and silver? In today’s video clip, Christopher Greene explains why the dollar collapse will bring hyperinflation and ultimately the birth of a new underground economy. Share and...

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Mike Maloney breaks down Price Manipulation in the Gold and Silver Market

Welcome to Capital Account. Hedge funds and investors have reportedly been puzzled by weird movements in credit markets. According to the Wall Street Journal, markets have been rattled by one trader with deep pockets being called the “London Whale” who it’s believed works for JP Morgan. It just goes to show how individuals and firms can move markets. Today, we’ll talk about manipulation in the gold and silver markets with Mike Maloney, of GoldSilver.com. He believes that manipulation is going on (contrary to the words of Blythe Masters, who spoke with CNBC yesterday, affirming that JP Morgan is simply “hedging” it’s silver positions with large open shorts), but that rather than being a bad thing for individual investors, simply presents an opportunity for buying more metal and cheaper prices. This is something that the state of South Carolina failed to grasp in a recent report it conducted, in which it found that the price of gold and silver is manipulated. Rather than concluding that this manipulation, rather than presenting an opportunity for investment, prohibits the state of South Carolina from investing in precious metals. An US payrolls for March rose far less than expected which means people are talking about an extension of the Federal Reserve’s stimulus measures — buzzing about more. We talk often about the malevolent effects of fractional reserve banking based on a pyramid of fiat liabilities and fiat currency, but what about … Gold and Silver Secrets _____ Natural Money Do you think gold is on a high right now? What about silver? Any more room to grow? I would hold on my gold and or silver if you have any ?… and if not I would start investing in gold and silver. Share and...

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Mike Maloney on Credit-Based Money, Feudalism, and Financial Enslavement

As the US heads into the presidential primary in south carolina, the most recent republican debate featured Newt Gingrich defending his moral values — his marriage – , Mitt Romney defending his tax returns, and Rick Santorum defending his sweater vests, is there anyone is is actually making real sense in terms of dollars and cents? Is the lack of concentration and debate on the money issue, and the issue of the federal reserve system, of central banking and of fiat money helping to turn cash into trash? We’ll talk to Mike Maloney, founder of www.goldsilver.com about the path the US is now on, and whether or not that path is sustainable. We will also discuss the latest republican internecine conflict over capitalism and whether the debate is giving capitalism a bad name. After all, the leading contender is a millionaire with a 15 percent tax rate. Is this the kind of capitalism that is causing people to equate capitalism with inequality? What about the people fighting for real capitalism, the kind the really rewards hard work and punishes failure? The kind that doesn’t subsidize the rich and big business? We will ask Mike Maloney, author of Robery Kiyosaki Rich Dad’s Advisors, a guide to investing in gold and silver, about this as well, and we will also speak with him about the precious metals space and how to protect yourself from currency debasement. And also, we talk about megaupload. Share and...

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Silver Shortage This Decade, Silver Will Be Worth More Than Gold

www.futuremoneytrends.com FutureMoneyTrends.com believes just as gold went from $35 to $850 per ounce in a decade(1969-1980) and palladium went from $200 to nearly $1000 in just 3 years(1997-2000), we believe over the next decade silver investors will be rewarded greatly! Share and...

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About those high gasoline prices… look again

By Simon Black, Sovereign Man In Warren Buffett’s latest round of gold-bashing last weekend, he described all the gold in the world as a useless cube that would fit snugly within a baseball infield. If you owned such a cube, you would only be able to ‘fondle’ it… but generate no investment return.  The same ‘value’, meanwhile, would allow the owner to purchase all the productive farmland in the United States plus 16 Exxon Mobils, in total yielding over $800 billion annually. Granted, Buffett’s views on gold are perhaps stymied by his poor experience investing in silver some 15-years ago. But still, he fails to see some obvious fallacies in his logic. Most assets left unmanaged will fail to produce an investment return. The virtuous farmland that Buffett extols in his hypothetical example does not magically spawn corn, nurture it, harvest it, sell it, and deposit the proceeds into its owners’ pockets. Our farmland here in Chile certainly does not. No, it takes a lot of work, a lot of experienced people, a lot of know-how, and a little bit of luck. All of this has to be managed. Even the baseball field that Buffett references (when trying to give his investors an idea of the scale of all the gold in the world) is an asset. Simply left sitting there, a baseball field will soon be overtaken by erosion, weeds, and the dilapidation that comes with neglect. Maintained and well-managed, however, a savvy owner of a baseball field can lease it out to the local little league. Or pull a Kevin Costner and turn it into a tourist attraction. None of this happens without appropriately managing the asset. Even Exxon Mobil, with all of its royalties and intellectual property, requires tens of thousands of employees to manage the company’s assets, collect the profits, and ensure shareholders get paid. Likewise, a huge cube of gold left alone in a baseball infield will fail to produce any investment return. When managed, however, gold is like any other asset– it can be leased, traded, loaned out, used as collateral, etc. More importantly, though, the reason that many gold investors purchase the metal to begin with is because physical gold carries no counterparty risk. Unlike paper currencies which are issued at will by corrupt central banks, or even Exxon Mobil, whose success depends heavily on the management team’s goodwill and diligence, a one ounce gold coin in your pocket will still be a one ounce gold coin tomorrow. This is the entire premise behind money as a store of value. As my friend Tim Price told me over drinks in London several...

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Silver Is The Indispensable Metal

Join us at the younique gold tribe to gain the education and precious metals, like gold and silver, needed to secure your financial future! Share and...

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SILVER FORECAST: The Coming Paradigm Shift in Silver

The Coming Paradigm Shift in Silver By Steve St. Angelo The biggest problem for investors today in trying to forecast the future price of silver is the enormous amount of contradictory analysis on the Internet. There are bulls, bears, paper traders, physical buyers, technical analysts, hedge funds, commercial banks and silver manufacturers all trying to play a part in this highly volatile silver market. Trying to sift through the huge volumes of silver analysis on the internet can be extremely frustrating. In addition, some of this information is not meant to inform, but rather to confuse or mislead the investor. There is a great deal of misinformation on the internet when it comes to silver. I find it ironic that one of the so-called “bullion specialists” seems to give bearish commentary whenever the price of gold or silver rises to new highs. This is akin to a CEO of a corporation telling the media and shareholders that the company’s stock price is too high and needs to drop down to more sustainable levels. What CEO on Earth would say something as stupid as this with the best interest of the company and shareholders in mind? Furthermore, how many CEOs would keep their job if they repeated this over and over for the past several years, and got it wrong time and time again? Unless you have been in the precious metals markets for quite some time, it is easy to be misled by this type of information. This is the very reason behind the motivation that I had to write this article. In it, I will attempt to give the reader-investor a more detailed and fundamental comparative analysis of the future price of silver, rather than the typical fly-by-night technical charting or bull-bear rant. This should give a more commonsense methodology in forecasting the future path of silver and its eventual paradigm shift. Paradigm Shift: —n, a radical change in underlying beliefs or theory The coming paradigm shift in silver will not happen due to technical analysis, fundamentals, or supply & demand forces, but rather due to a change in mass psychology of investors. Even though fundamentals and supply-demand forces will play a part in this shift, they will not be the ultimate cause. I believe technical analysis as it is used today, only charts the amount of manipulation and mass psychology in the silver market. Throughout history, a paradigm shift occurs in rigged markets when the manipulation of the financial system and economy is no longer sustainable. This occurred in the banking and housing markets in 2007-2008 when we had what I call a “Negative Paradigm Price Shift”—...

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