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Mike Maloney & Max Keiser: Buy Silver & Gold – Part 2/3

Check out episode two of Mike Maloney and Max Keiser in Paris, France. Covered topics include: Goldman Sachs bankers in Greece The French Revolution Savers vs. Speculators Peak Gold Mike & Max’s Gold Price Targets Mike’s Everlasting Pocket of Bullion The China Put Capital Controls Political Ramifications of Gold & Silver Max & Mike’s New Rock Band Click on the video...

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The “7 Steps” to The Life Cycle of Money!

I’m here to help you understand MONEY at its simplest form. Robert ‘Rich Dad’ Kiyosaki states over and over that the knowledge of money matters are the pinnacle supreme to financial wealth success. You can tell that he truly believes this in his writings. Like I said, I’m here to help you understand ‘ understand MONEY at its simplest form. These are The 7 Steps to the Life Cycle of Money (in any society or civilization proven throughout history!): 1. Free Market emerges In the beginning of any civilization or the re-beginning of a civilization such as after an economic collapse, one thing immediately emerges due to the talents and gifts given to everyone individually and specifically. One man may specialize in cutting down trees and building houses while another herds cattle and yet another grows vegetables in a garden. Then this is what happens: The timberman needs food and the gardener needs a house. This is where the need to trade naturally emerges And You Have ‘Free Trade’ .. This is also known as a barter system. 2. Free Market Money emerges Next, a Free Market Money emerges. This is a Need due to the fact that different quantities of different items have a ‘different value’. So for example, say the Gardener needs a house built but the Timberman doesn’t need that many vegetables. They will go to waste. Meanwhile, somewhere in the free market, a man found a gold mine and started mining for gold. This is his trade, and this is also a very difficult process. Due to its lack there of and difficulty to mine, free market money (gold and silver) emerges. This is now used as a ‘trading unit’ in free trade. 3. Government emerges Order slowly starts coming to the civilization and a government emerges to maintain that law & order. (note: they don’t provide any direct products or services to the market but to ‘regulate’) In not too long, the government starts regulating the market by placing rules in effect (i.e. times to trade, what can be traded, taxes, and more.) 4. Government Monopolizes The government decides to issue its own form of ‘money’ also known as fiat money or currency. Its important to realize that this is not gold or silver. This becomes items such as the $20 paper promise note in your pocket that probably didn’t cost anymore than $.01 cent to create. So, it leads to the very curious question: How much is your ‘money’ really worth? 5. Debase the Money Didn’t think it could get any worse or more manipulated? Well, this is the process in which leads...

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Robert Kiyosaki on Gold and Silver interview

Robert Kiyosaki – Silver Buillion Investments Are Your Best Protection Against The...

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Silver Bullion Investments

Robert Kiyosaki, explains why silver is the biggest opportunity of them all (bigger than real estate) and why everyone should buy silver bullions. Get started with your Silver Bullion investment today – Click to Buy Silver Bullions today: Buy Silver Bullions Amazon.com Widgets Related stories – The Chinese Government Advises Citizens To Buy Gold & Silver By Bob Tonachio Story Published: Mar 1, 2010 at 9:23 AM CST In fact, China just introduced silver bars for investment.And the state-run China Central Television (CCTV) is running a campaign encouraging the population to invest in gold & silver. Real gold and silver investing has just begun in China. China’s largest bank, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, created a new department to serve investors seeking gold and silver. The bank told Reuters the Chinese have a custom of holding gold as a form of personal wealth and its gold market could soar as people get wealthier. Continue reading...

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Should You Invest in Silver Now?

Kiyosaki knows that there is a time to sow and a time to reap. He has reaped fortunes that helped him retire at the early age of 47. And, he sowed when real estate was not the preferred investment class and he cautioned real estate investors against risky strategies such as “flipping,” and relying solely on the appreciation of properties with low or no “cash flow.” So, what does this famous investor like now? He is looking at the commodity markets, specifically the precious metals: gold and silver. Yet gold and silver are investments that are still out of favor with most of the investing public. Why You Should Be Investing in Silver Just Like Robert Kiyosaki 1. For the average investor, silver can be an effective means of diversifying investment assets and preserving wealth against the ravages of inflation. Although the value of silver may vary, it has an intrinsic value that is immutable and permanent. Accordingly, many experts suggest that investors should include it among their investment assets. 2. The commodity markets, specifically the silver market, have outperformed both the stock and bond markets recently and, I believe, will continue to do so. Since 2000 if you would have invested your currency into gold you would have seen a 190% return on your money. If you would have invested your money into silver you would have seen a 240% return on your money. This is an important shift to recognize, yet very few individual investors are aware that this fundamental change in the marketplace has taken. 3. One of the most incredible truths about silver is that up until now, demand has outstripped supply for fifteen straight years. Annual silver supply deficits have run as high as 200 million ounces in boom years, and as low as 70 million ounces in years of recession like we are in now. It is important to realize that even in years of decreased silver demand the mining supply on an annual basis did NOT meet demand. There is nothing more bullish for a commodity than such a deficit condition. 4. There is actually less silver bullion available for investment than gold! This one fact alone should alert any intelligent investor into thinking that some silver must be held as part of one’s precious metals allocation. 5. When people have tangible evidence that something has gone badly wrong with the economy, they begin to hedge against it. They hoard real assets. Rich people hoard gold and silver. Here’s why: When things go wrong economically – when there’s a crisis like we have today – the price of silver goes bananas. 6....

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