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Monday, January 2, 2017

China progressing into 2017 to dominate the Bitcoin and gold markets

On Jan. 2, Bitcoin crossed over $1000 as the Chinese continue to rush into the crypto-currency as a means of bypassing capital controls on currency leaving the country.  And in an interesting and growing trend emerging from the second largest economy in the world, a new web bot forecast has the Chinese government actually capitulating to the power of Bitcoin and promoting its use within their borders, and along the newly emerging Silk Road.

Cliff High (Web bots): The new prediction sets we have are showing us swapping over to RMB as China takes over the emotional control if you will of the Bitcoin world, and alot of their rushing into that is fear of the currencies. 
Greg Hunter (USA Watchdog): They are fearful of the U.S. dollar? 
CH: Nope, the Chinese people... the China Pop (population)... and the China Pop is going to get really freaked out about the value of their own currency, and there is going to be more of a tendency and a rush into Bitcoin. 
Now at some point this year, China's official authorities are going to just give into that, and there's going to be a change to their official approach to this whole thing. 
GH: And they're going to say go ahead and use Bitcoin. 
CH: Boy if you read out report you are going to be staggerd... it's going to be more than that.  China is going to rush out, because of the way they do things... the Chinese authorities know their existence, their very lives depend on the health, wealth, and happiness of the people below them, and so someone is going to come up with an idea to extend digital currency... Bitcoin, and we have the language there, even to people who trade goats now. 
And the idea is, China, along with their Silk Road train from Beijing to Berlin, is going to extend out fiber optics and bring in over a billion people into the internet in the shortest possible time.  And at the same time they're going to spread out the Bitcoin ethos through there. - USA Watchdog
In addition to Bitcoin expansion within their borders and all along the Silk Road, China is progressing rapidly towards becoming the world's largest gold market, that will now include jewelry in their platform.

Status as one of the world’s biggest bullion importers, participation in the gold fix at the London exchange and a plan to establish a jewelry gold investment center in Shanghai has turned China into one of the leading players in the global gold market in 2016. - Sputnik News
As currencies and bonds around the world teeter on the precipice of another crash or outright collapse, the future of finance is rushing away from these fiat forms of currency and returning to an era of sound money.  And with supplies of gold and silver being quickly gobbled up by consumers all throughout the Far East, the trends are signalling very strongly that right now is beyond the time in which individuals can get their metals and Bitcoin to be prepared for the coming paradigm shift.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Blood in the Streets, but not on the Yellow Brick Road

As oil falls below $27, and the former Chief Economist at the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) declares the global economy worse than in 2007, one asset is breaking out amongst the carnage that are the stock markets.

Gold.


Blood in the streets, but not a drop on the Yellow Brice Road.



Wednesday, January 7, 2015

10-year bond falls below 2%, appears close to major crash

Unlike the failing economies in Europe who saw their bond offerings skyrocket towards six, ten, twenty percent when they encountered a default event, the U.S. bond market is becoming a safe haven for investors in not just the U.S., but also around the world.  The best way to see how much real volume a bond has is to watch the interest rate rise or fall.  If more people are buying bonds, then the interest received at the end of that term is smaller, while if fewer people are buying bonds (Demand), then the interest received at the end of the term is greater.

Ie… few people were willing to buy bonds from Greece, Italy, Spain, Argentina, or Venezuela despite the potential of higher interest because the risk involved for a country close to default is much greater.

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Monday, July 21, 2014

U.S. accuses Russian rebels of taking down aircraft despite no proof

While the wild and confusing news reports coming out from both sides after the firing upon, and subsequent crash of a Malaysian Airlines plane have been politically motivated at best, the real question that has to be asked to get to the underlying truth of this horrific tragedy is…

Who benefits the most from the take down of an innocent civilian airliner over a war torn country?

To answer this question we first must look at all the other events that took place this week leading up to the Thursday downing of the Malaysian flight.  On July 14, opposing forces to U.S. and dollar hegemony took a bold step towards disintegrating America’s stronghold over the global financial system by finalizing an agreement to create a BRICS Bank, which would be a counterpart to the IMF and World Banks, and offer sovereign nations an alternative to the draconian strictures that had dominated sovereign borrowing for decades.



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Friday, August 23, 2013

Hitler chimes in on the Nasdaq crash

It's been an interesting week for the stock markets.  First, the Nasdaq cuts off 17 minutes of trades when it looked like Apple was going to fall below $500 per share, and Goldman Sachs was going to lose hundreds of million of dollars in options.  Then on Thursday, the entire exchange went down for hours, only to return in the final trading period to rise above par.


Image courtesy of Business Insider


So after this debacle, or outright manipulation to protect the big banks, none other than Adolph Hitler arrives to give his take on the Nasdaq outage, and validate what most retail investors have come to believe.

It's a rigged game baby, and you ain't the house.