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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Analyst Bo Polny's newest forecast seeks market crash and gold price soar in tandem with French election outcome

Analyst Bo Polny is not unique in trying to correlate numerical cycles to market outcomes, but his use of historical biblical trends has resulted in some fairly accurate forecasts.  And this is not to say that Polny has not been in error on a number of occasion, which is the case for his calls on the gold and equity markets over the past six to twelve months, but overall he has a track record that is above 80% over a long period of time.

Earlier this week Bo Polny was a guest on Greg Hunter's USA Watchdown program and during the 30 minute interview, he once again laid it on the line to say that his data and charting are showing a new stock market crash coming before the end of April, and the start of the gold price moving upwards towards $2000 in just the next few months.

And while it may be fairly easy to make predictions based upon geo-political events that are unfolding fast and furious right before out eyes, Polny had re-adjusted his calculations before the month of April had started, and before the U.S. engaged in military campaigns in Syria and now, North Korea.

Of importance according to Bo Polny's latest technical analysis is that the key dates of April 24-26 coincide with the tail end of the French elections, and just before the government potentially shuts down should Congress refuse to raise the debt limit by April 28.

Investors and analysts remember what happened to gold, equities, bonds, and currencies following the Brexit vote in June of last year, and the outcome of this first round of French elections on Monday could be even more chaotic as France is the linchpin on whether the EU remains a viable coalition, and if the Euro currency is ready to begin its deathwatch as two of the four French candidates have publicly called for its demise.

Predictions on Euro currencies reaction for each of the four French candidates


Sunday, March 5, 2017

RMB internationalization could soon get major boost as desperate EU looks to bail out financial system with Yuan bonds

After a modicum of success in expanding the RMB's use outside of China when their currency became accepted into the IMF's SDR basket of currencies last year, the Yuan has since seen a slowdown for internationalization due in part from capital controls they instituted to try to restrict a growing occurrence of capital flight.  But in an interview given on March 5 by the head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), that may soon be changing as the financial body responsible for protecting the stability of the Eurozone suggested that the next round of 'Quantitative Easing' may involve bonds denominated in Yuan as the foundation for bailing out banks and other financial institutions.

The head of the organization charged with safeguarding financial stability in the eurozone said he does not rule out issuing Chinese yuan-denominated bonds to fund the rescue of European nations and institutions. 
"[Issuing European Stability Mechanism bonds in yuan] is possible," Klaus Regling, managing director of the ESM, said in a recent interview with the Nikkei Asian Review. He said the institution was preparing to issue dollar-denominated bonds in the fourth quarter of this year -- the ESM's first non-euro bond issuance -- but added that other currencies remained an option. 
"We are legally allowed to issue in all currencies," he said. "As a young institution, it is a big step to do our first non-euro issue ... and it seems to make sense from the market side to start with the U.S. dollar. But it is entirely possible that we move into other currencies that are attractive from the market side." - Asia.Nikkei
The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is Europe's equivalent of the U.S.'s Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF) in that it acts as a neutral party, able to step in and fill any monetary needs for the financial system.

If the EU is now looking towards the Chinese Yuan as a much better asset and currency to sell to fund and bailout European financial institutions in the future, then this will go an extraordinarily long way in fulfilling China's goal of internationalizing the Yuan, and moving it towards becoming an equal shareholder with the dollar as one of the world's primary reserve currencies.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Germany remains at the center of the new Greek financial crisis as minister demands Greeks provide gold to backstop bailout

As the German government continues to prove more and more that they are the real controllers over the European Union, on Feb. 21 a minister in Germany's government publicly called for Greece to start putting up collateral, including gold bullion, if they want to receive the next tranche of bailouts to help their beleaguered system.

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Bavaria's 50-year-old finance minister Markus Soeder was previously named by German weekly Der Spiegel as one of the Ten Most Dangerous European Politicians (defined as "every politician who is resorting to cheap populism in order to rack up domestic political points"). 
For the Greeks, this may well be true. 
According to an interview with Bild, the CSU politician said that: 
...new billions should only flow when Athens implemented all the reforms.  Even then however, aid should only be given against a pledge "in the form of cash, gold or real estate" - Zerohedge
For anyone who doesn't think gold is money, just ask the Germans who have not only repatriated much of their offshore reserves in recent weeks, but are now demanding that EU debtors put up their own gold holdings to continue the scheme of enslavement to the Troika printing press.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Is Germany's gold repatriation in preparation for end of Euro as Chancellor Merkel questions solvency of the currency

Sometimes events that coincide with certain actions taken are little more than coincidental, or at most unforeseen consequences of those changes to the norm.  But for the most part in the political sphere, when actions are taken they are done with a purposeful agenda in mind, as validated by a quote made 80 years ago by then President Franklin Roosevelt.
“In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.”
Now with this in mind there were two key activities and comments that took place in Germany over the last seven days which can easily lead to a conclusion that the largest economy in the Eurozone is expecting a mighty sea change to Europe's current monetary system.

Germany has finally received half of the gold they initiated repatriation of

Over the past 10 days Germany finally received a large portion of the gold they demanded be returned from both the New York Fed, and from banks throughout Europe that have held their gold since the end of World War II.  And in an op-ed from CNBC a few days ago, the question as to why they wanted or needed this gold was asked.

An official announcement last week that the Bundesbank had pretty much repatriated half its gold reserves ahead of schedule has once again sent the rumor mill into overdrive. 
And the talk has now stepped up a notch with the Bundesbank confirming Thursday that it has already moved 583 tons of gold out of New York and Paris. Its plan to hold half its gold in Frankfurt is now three years ahead of schedule. 
Reporting the news, Reuters said that some argue the world's second-biggest bullion reserve "may be needed to back a new deutsche mark, should the euro zone break up." This seems pretty far-fetched, especially given that the Bretton Woods system of fixed exchange rates ended back in the 1970s. Could Berlin really be prepping for the fall of the euro? - CNBC
Yet speculation in the business media is not enough to validate why Germany is choosing to focus on their gold repatriation now after saying three years ago that it was no longer a concern.  That is until we look at comments made by Chancellor Angela Merkel on Feb. 18 where she finally admitted that there are serious problems with the Euro, and even went as far to blame Mario Draghi and his monetary policies done through the European Central Bank.
Two weeks ago, German finance minister Wolfgang Schauble confirmed Donald Trump's charge that the Euro is far "too low" for Germany, but said he is unable to do anything about it and instead blamed Mario Draghi. “The euro exchange rate is, strictly speaking, too low for the German economy’s competitive position,” he told Tagesspiegel on February 5. “When ECB chief Mario Draghi embarked on the expansive monetary policy, I told him he would drive up Germany’s export surplus . . . I promised then not to publicly criticise this [policy] course. But then I don’t want to be criticized for the consequences of this policy.” 
Then, on Saturday, his boss German Chancellor Angela Merkel echoed her finance minister, and also admitted that the euro is indeed "too low" for Germany, but once again made clear that Berlin had no power to address this "problem" because monetary policy was set by the independent European Central Bank. 
"We have at the moment in the euro zone of course a problem with the value of the euro," Merkel said in an unusual foray into foreign exchange rate policy. - Zerohedge
But the problems with the Euro currency go far beyond the ineptitude of the former Goldman Sachs banker who plays the role as Master of the Universe over Europe's monetary system.  This is because the rising tide of populism has become a real threat to the end of the Euro and even the European Union, with Italy, France, the Netherlands, and possibly even Greece all threatening to leave the currency and Union should elections pan out as currently predicted for these nation states.

Germany's biggest financial fear is inflation, and over the past several months their economy has been experiencing sharp rises in prices as debt, liquidity, and even banking problems hover like Black Swans over their, and the entire EU financial system.  And it is becoming apparent that the Germany government is taking no chances by accelerating their repatriation of their gold, because the writing appears more and more on the wall that gold will be the money of choice after the next crisis hits.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Trump could drive a dagger into the heart of the EU should he get Greece to dump the Euro for the dollar

With Greece once again rushing to the forefront of events within the European Union over their never ending debt crisis, political and economic analysts directly point to the Southern European nation as the catalyst that could end the Euro currency experiment forever.

And ironically the Black Swan that could bring about not only an end to the Euro, but perhaps even put a dagger in the heart of the EU itself, is Donald Trump and his version of dollar diplomacy.

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Donald Trump's pick for EU ambassador Ted Malloch claimed senior Greek economists are looking into taking on the American banknotes if the country turns its back on the European currency. 
Due to Greece's crippling financial crisis, officials are said to be desperately searching for an alternative to the Eurozone, which would 'freak out' Angela Merkel, according to Malloch.  
Prof Malloch was interviewed on Greek TV, where he said Greece leaving the EU would be the best option for residents, and added the current situation is 'simply unsustainable'.
'I know some Greek economists who have even gone to leading think tanks in the US to discuss this topic and the question of dollarization,' he said, according to local press.
 'Such a topic of course freaks out the Germans because they really don't want to hear such ideas.' 
The likely candidate for the Brussels envoy job has previously stated he expects the Euro to crash by 2018. - Daily Mail
Three years ago, when Greece fought their last debt battle against Germany and the EU Troika, it was Russia who offered to backstop Greece should they choose to leave the EU and default on their sovereign debt.  But that was back in 2013 when Barack Obama was President of the United States, and now the entire environment has changed since President Trump is a staunch supporter of seeing the European Union breakup for a return to nationalism.

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The Euro currency is already doomed to die, and for European nations currently reliant upon the continental currency for their monetary system it may be a case of the first ones out the door will have the benefit of making the best deals.  And this assessment has already proven accurate for the UK following their Brexit from the EU, and now it is upon Greece to make their most important decision on whether to start anew with a chance at a better future, or remain slaves to Brussels and lose everything when the Union and currency collapse whether they leave or not.

Friday, February 10, 2017

European Commission rushing to eliminate the Euro before the rest of the EU nations do

In the wake of declining economic conditions, and the fact that there is now a race against the clock for the European Commission to lock into place its ultimate authority before the entire European Union breaks apart from a populist revolt, the EC is rushing out to enact an new Action Plan that would eliminate physical euros from use in commerce.

This plan is also being forged as the European Central Bank runs out of options after driving interest rates into negative territory, and after having bought so many corporate and sovereign bonds that there is little more Mario Draghi can do to keep Europe's economy together.

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In the shadow of Donald Trump’s spree of controversial actions, the European commission has quietly launched the next offensive in the war on cash. These unelected bureaucrats have boldly asserted their intention to crack down on paper transactions across the E.U. and solidify a trend that has been gaining momentum for years. 
The financial uncertainty amplified by Brexit has incentivized governments throughout Europe to seize further control over their banking systems. France and Spain have already criminalized cash transactions above a certain limit, but now the commission has unilaterally established new regulations that will affect the entire union. The fear of physical money flowing out of the trade bloc has manifested a draconian response from the State. 
The European Action Plan doesn’t mention a specific dollar amount for restrictions, but as expected, their reasoning for the move is to thwart money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Border checks between countries have already been bolstered to help implement these new standards on hard assets. Although these end goals are plausible, there are other clear motivations for governments to target paper money that aren’t as noble. - The Anti-Media
Many analysts, including one of the original architects of the Euro, have stated that the flawed currency is quickly perishing, and that nations within the EU are more than likely going to return to their own sovereign currencies.  However this would mean that the EC, and well as the ECB, would lose tremendous power, and as a result they are pushing hard to eliminate physical cash in order to enact a purely digital system through which they can dominate both nations and people by utterly controlling Europe's monetary system.

As we have seen so far in India's failed experiment to eliminate cash and attempt to bring the country's 1.3 billion people into a completely digital system, much of their economy has broken down, and the people have rebelled in a myriad of ways.  And with more and more Europeans waking up and recognizing that the EU experiment has been a hindrance to freedom, prosperity, and cultural sovereignty, the race is on to see who will succeed first... mass exits, or ultimate control over the continents money and banking systems.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Fund manager who used to work with Soros sees 'absolute chaos' and death of the EU following European elections

Victor Sperandeo, a hedge fund manager who at one time worked in finance with George Soros, spoke out with King World News on the coming European elections and sees their outcome resulting in 'absolute chaos' for not only the European Union, but markets, economies, and currencies everywhere.

Victor Sperandeo:  “What people are underestimating is the upcoming election in the Netherlands on March 15.  A month later France is going to hold their election… 
And what is going to happen to the U.S. stock market?  People will stop buying U.S. stocks because the whole world is going to go into a depression.  There will be absolute f*cking chaos starting on March 15 and nobody is talking about it.  
The populist movement, which are people who have been f*cked, are moving away from the globalist movement.  And when 27 countries get their own printing presses back it will be chaos.  
I have been tempted to go 100 percent long gold.  It’s such a slam dunk that the world is in trouble.  The EU was built on France and Germany, so without France there is no EU.  Gold will be in extreme demand when this unfolds and that is why the gold market is already firming up.  Eric, I promise you there will be total chaos.”
Sperandeo's sentiments have been echoed recently by the World's best trends forecaster Gerald Celente, who was also recently interviewed by King World News.
Eric King:  “Gerald, the KWN the interview with Victor Sperandeo, who used to work with Leon Cooperman and George Soros, is going incredibly viral.  Sperandeo warned that within a couple of months there is going to be ‘absolute,’ and he used an expletive here, ‘f*cking chaos’ around the world.   
This guy is extremely well-connected, he has a fantastic reputation, he’s made a lot of money for a lot of people, and he oversees more than $3 billion.  What are your thoughts on what Sperandeo had to say?” 
Gerald Celente:  “Look, if Sperandeo is correct, we are gong to see the ‘f*cking chaos’ that he is talking about, and it’s going to be global…   
And it’s not (sometime) in the future, it’s (directly) in front of us.  Sperandeo is right on target.

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Europe now joins the war on gold as they propose confiscation from anyone entering the EU who 'might' be a terrorist

First it was India, who began the war on cash and gold by using the spurious reasons of trying to halt black market transactions.  Then they were followed next by China, who has put in place laws to limit the taking out of gold from the mainland to protect against capital flight.

Now the European Union is getting into the mix as they are proposing new laws which would allow for the confiscation of both cash and gold from anyone entering into the EU whom they deem to be a 'terrorist'.

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The European Commission is proposing a tightening of controls over cash and precious metals transfers from outside the EU under the guise of shutting down one route for funding of militant attacks on the continent, following the Berlin Christmas attack. 
China has already begun de facto gold import restrictions, and as Jayant Bhandari detailed previously, India is experiencing a continuation of new social engineering notifications, each sabotaging wealth-creation, confiscating people’s wealth, and tyrannizing those who refuse to be a part of the herd, in the process destroying the very backbone of the economy and civilization. There are clear signs that in a very convoluted way, possession of gold for investment purposes will be made illegal. Expect capital controls to follow. 
These new proposals are part of an EU "action plan against terrorist financing" unveiled after the bombings and shootings in Paris in November 2015.
Under the new proposals, customs officials in European Union states can step up checks on cash and prepaid payment cards sent by post or in freight shipments. 
Authorities will also be able to seize cash or precious metals carried by suspect individuals entering the EU. 
People carrying more than 10,000 euros (8,413.56 pounds) in cash already have to declare this at customs when entering the EU. The new rules would allow authorities to seize money below that threshold "where there are suspicions of criminal activity," the EU executive commission said in a note. 
The plan complements Commission proposals after the Paris attacks to tighten controls on virtual currencies such as bitcoin, and prepaid cards, which French authorities said were used to fund the bombings. 
EU states backed these proposals on Tuesday. Under the deal, which still needs European Parliament approval, holders of prepaid cards would have to show some form of identity when they make payments of 150 euros or more. 
But it gets better... 
The Commission is also proposing common rules for the 28 EU countries on freezing "terrorists' financial resources" and on confiscating assets even from those thought to be connected to criminals. - Zerohedge
The real reasons behind the sudden shift from the EU to restrict money coming into the Eurozone with either cash or gold is because they want to ween people off of using physical money, and/or protecting themselves by keeping their wealth outside the banking system.  Because all one has to do is look at recent history where European banks are not only taking part in helping to launder money for the drug cartels and terrorists, but the government's themselves know about these activities and do nothing to stop it.

Friday, July 15, 2016

European Union proving once again that it is both fascist and anti-free trade

As more and more time goes by, it appears that Britain is by far the smartest nation within the Euro sphere as the un-elected Brussels government ruling the European Union shows its stripes once again through their policies to stifle free trade on the continent.

The European Union started out so many decades ago as a way for nations, and primarily businesses on the European continent, to engage in beneficial trade in the aftermath of World War II.  However, as with any alliance that grows to involve multiple countries, the trade union morphed into a draconian political union, which today has evolved into a fascist anti-free trade coalition that penalizes achievers, and props up companies that cannot compete on their own merits.

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Brussels launched another volley of competition complaints against Google on Thursday, marking the latest gambit in a protracted antitrust saga. 
Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition enforcer, issued two extra sets of charges against the US group, alleging that it abused its search clout to muscle out smaller rivals in online advertising and shopping comparison markets. 
However, rather than significantly broadening the regulatory assault against Google, the moves largely consolidate the European Commission’s position as it edges towards infringement decisions and possible fines. These would only come to pass in 2017 at the earliest — some eight years after the first complaint against Google was filed. 
Competition investigators generally wish to avoid additional charge sheets, which indicate their legal case is trickier than first expected. But the concession does not mean the investigation is dead — Ms Vestager stressed such follow-up charges were issued in Brussels’ successful cases against Microsoft and Intel. 
Indeed, her decision signals that she is raising her stakes and is likely to see the matter through to a decision and possible fine — rather than opting for a settlement — according to legal analysts. - Mish Talk
The European Commission has a long history of restricting, fining, or forcing companies not from Europe to pay outrageous prices if their products or services wind up being better than European equivalents.  This decade, the target of EC focus has been Google, but last decade the EC went out of their way to slam Microsoft because their own European software and OS companies couldn't compete with the world's top technology company.

And interestingly enough, the primary reason why European companies and startups can't compete with U.S. and Chinese equivalents?  You guessed it... that same EC bureaucracy.
“Europe is stuffed to the gills with talented people with plenty of ability and ideas.  Let down by lack of enlightened investment, painful (near corrupt) board level management and government that hasn’t changed since the 60s.  Where are the exits for high tech in Europe? No exits = no investments.” 
“Yes indeed Europe’s biggest enemy is its own unprecedented bureaucracy whose sole purpose it is to keep the status quo in the respective membership countries uniquely isolated from the other membership states and collectively the world. There exists a common platform with common laws, rules and regulations, but largely to keep others out, rather than focus to compete on the international front, both for individuals, companies and institutions! I am a Dutchman (proudly) but unfortunately living in a world where the politicians have branded everybody that earns more than them a ‘graaier’, greedy! A most unfortunate attitude, because these are the same people that draft the laws, rules and regulations! Respect for creativity, entrepreneurship, individualism, success  are alien concepts to the European bureaucratic machinery.” - AIE
If you want to know why a predominantly 'Communist' country like China is rising to become the world's most powerful economy and financial system, it is because in both Europe and the United States, the incentive to achieve has been almost completely removed due to political ideologues and political correctness.  And what we have in the West today is the merging of a few corporations with the State to create a fascist form of government that by its very nature stifles innovation and competition, and leads only to collapse.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Global bonds at negative yield reach $13 trillion as the Dutch join in with the rest of the EU

We may have to rename the global bond market to ‘Fast and Furious -1.0’ because that is exactly what is happening to the expanding amount of sovereign bonds in both Europe and Japan.  Last week, bonds with a negative yield were estimated to be about $11.5 trillion, and just one week later, that amount has grown by 11.5% to now be around $13 trillion.
And the newest member to join the negative yield club are the Dutch, who’s Netherlands sovereign bonds for the first time fell to negative yields.
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Friday, July 8, 2016

The big winner in the Brexit vote may be China and the RMB

Prior to the UK Brexit vote two weeks ago, the City of London had already begun issuing Yuan denominated bonds to help begin the internationalization of the Chinese currency.  And with Britain choosing to break away from the oligarchical government that was being run out of Brussels, a new allegiance with China and their monetary system could aid in lessening Britain’s financial struggles, and make China the biggest winner in the Brexit outcome.
London’s role as a major offshore yuan hub is likely to survive Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, but the vote could help foster the Chinese currency’s internationalization by encouraging multiple yuan hubs in the bloc.
In the aftermath of the referendum, market-watchers and domestic Chinese media had raised fears London’s leading role as an offshore yuan hub would be undermined, potentially setting back Beijing’s efforts to internationalize the yuan.
But as the dust begins to settle, some bankers and analysts believe the pessimism was overdone. That is not to say there will not be an impact, but the move may encourage China to foster yuan trading in cities in mainland Europe and so expand the currency’s global footprint.
“We expect London to keep its status as the world’s largest foreign exchange center though some of the city’s other financial services may have the risk to be moved to other countries following Brexit,” said Andrew Fung, head of global banking and markets at Hang Seng Bank, adding FX trading is currently the key part of the yuan’s internationalization. - Sputnik News
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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Contrary to mainstream rhetoric, Britain’s Brexit vote opens the door for prosperity, not decline

Freedom is a funny thing, and over the next several months the UK will have the chance to see just how successful their return to sovereignty is once they finalize their actions in leaving the European Union dictatorship.  By this, we mean that unlike the other 27 permanent and ancillary nations who must all move in lock-step with the un-elected bureaucracy ruling out of Brussels, Britain can now choose its own destiny and create new agreements that are beneficial to themselves in a world moving towards free and bi-lateral trade.
Ironically, and despite the Damocles Sword of ongoing economic sanctions, the best performing economy last year was not China, not the United States, and certainly not the Eurozone, but instead it was Russia, who because of the sanctions were forced to change their trade alliances with the West, and created an environment where they are now the global leader in energy production, and attracting investments and new trade because they centered themselves as a new hub for free and bi-lateral trade.
And assuredly, if Britain wants to find new markets and new options, Asia and Eurasia are the places to go, rather than continuing to wallow under the tyranny of the West.
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Monday, June 27, 2016

Brexit opens floodgate of referendum requests on major Shmitah data point

June 24 was not only a red letter day for Britain, the European Union, and the global financial system, it was also a important numerological day in the Shmitah year calendar.  That is because the day the British people voted to take back their sovereignty and leave the EU, it was exactly 7 years, 7 months, 7 weeks and 7 days since September 29, 2008… the day the U.S. stock market crashed by 777 points.
Yet while this may be a ‘coincidence’ to many who do not place significance in numerology, biblical prophecy, or events being tied to astrological and mystical periods, do not forget that it was one of the world’s top financial elites, one Christine Lagarde (head of the IMF), who gave an unusual speech two years ago talking about the importance of dates and numbers, and in particular, the number 7.
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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

It’s not just Britain wanting to leave the EU as Switzerland revokes its application to join coalition

All one has to do is look at how the European Union (EU) Troika (EC, IMF, ECB) dealt with Greece regarding their debt insolvency to realize that the former trade union has turned immensely political, and has little desire to act equitably with every member in the coalition.  And since 2014, calls among many European nations have risen to have their country leave the EU and go back to determining their own economic futures.
This week will be the most current referendum for a nation to leave the Eurozone, with the BREXIT vote scheduled for Thursday.  But just last week, one country who functions intrinsically with the EU, but has never been a member, decided to revoke their long-time application to join the union and instead remain neutral within Europe.
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Monday, June 20, 2016

U.S. overtakes EU in trade with Russia despite U.S. created sanctions against the Eurasian power

The United States has long been a hypocrite when it comes to economic and foreign policies.  They are willing to sanction anyone who exhibits or creates an environment not in line with the empire’s whims, but at the same time are more than happy to deal with terrorists, human right abusers, and dictators if it furthers their own financial and political goals.
Case in point.  Back in early 2014, the Obama administration ordered economic sanctions to be placed on Russia as cover for a coup they helped engineer in Ukraine.  And although they implemented these sanctions without the authority and backing of the United Nations, they then coerced the European Union states to follow suit and restrict their dealings with the Eurasian power.
Russia of course countered these unlawful sanctions with trade restrictions of their own on all nations who chose to follow U.S. hegemony on this, and two years later a very interesting dichotomy has emerged from this environment.
That is, the U.S. has overtaken the EU in trade done with Russia, despite the fact that they were the nation who sanctioned Vladimir Putin and Russia to begin with.
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Saturday, June 18, 2016

European Commission wants to tax links to websites and webpages

Over the past year there has been much discussion over the forging of non-transparent trade agreements that seek to close rather than open trade between the U.S. and Western economies.  But for several years the real elephant in the room has been the lack of openness within the world’s largest trade coalition, that being the European Union.
Over the decades the EU has filed lawsuits against companies and corporations that do business within Europe simply because their own businesses were unable to compete with the technology and capabilities of enterprises outside of the continent.  For example, one lawsuit by the European Commission demanded that Microsoft unlock its proprietary code so that European companies could compete with the OS giant by using their intellectual property.
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Sunday, June 12, 2016

If Brexit occurs gold will become 'the strongest currency in the world'

The latest poll out for a UK exit from the European Union has the Brexit advocates holding a 19 point lead over those who would see Britain remain in the coalition.  And for those who have been watching both the media and world political and financial leaders trying to use propaganda to dissuade voters from choosing an exit, one thing appears absolutely certain...

A Brexit vote would cause immeasurable change to the global financial system.

In fact, one financier, that being the Chief Investment Officer for River Capital, stated that a British exit from the EU would make gold 'the strongest currency in the world.'

“Gambling websites say Brexit’s a 3-1 bet against,” said the CIO. 
“And if you polled every one of us who wager for a living, I reckon 90% would say the Brits Bremain.” I mooed in agreement, nose nestled in tail, huddled in the herd. 
He mooed back. “But the polls are 50/50, margin-of-error kind of stuff, and they were pretty good in the Scottish referendum, the London mayoral vote too.” 
Brexit would be as shocking for markets as it is unlikely. Which is why no one can ignore it. “All I know is that if it happens, gold will be the strongest currency in the world.” - Zerohedge
Whether gold will instantaneously become the global go to currency remains uncertain in the case of a British exit, however investors have been dumping both the dollar and British Pound since the polls reached a 50/50 coin toss late last month, and as the chart above shows, gold has been rising in relation to this turn... which signals that if a Brexit takes place, the rush into gold will be historic.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Investors pull out nearly $100 billion from Britain ahead of Brexit vote

An interesting thing happened along the way of Britain’s drive to leave the European Union… and that is that the fears are not being felt by the people who currently are over 50% of the way towards a Brexit, but instead from the establishment who desperately needs the vote to go in favor of remaining under the thumb of Brussels to protect their own fiefdoms.
And yet, it appears that the elite may be seeing the writing on the wall, as during the months of March and April, investors have pulled out nearly $100 billion in investments from the British Isle.
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Monday, June 6, 2016

Brexit vote in two weeks could be major catalyst for next rise in price for gold

A few years ago, analysts suggested that the specter of a Greek exit (GREXIT) from the Eurozone would cause such pressure on the Euro currency that gold prices could have risen to $2000 per ounce and over their all-time highs of just a few years before.  But since a Grexit did not take place, and the Greek government capitulated to the Troika, it was a major stumbling block for the metal and allowed central banks to continue the status quo of pumping their fiat currencies and shorting gold to their own record levels.

But things have changed over the past two years, and these include a very close referendum for secession by Scotland, a de-pegging of the Euro by Switzerland, and coming up in the next two weeks is another exit vote for an EU nation which analysts also see as a potential trigger for the next leg of the gold bull run.

By all but ruling out a rate rise in June, this leaves gold in a great position to head up to $1,400 in our opinion. The reason? The Brexit. The vote is just over two weeks away and the latest figures reveal that the vote for leaving has edged ahead by three percentage points. A lot can change between then and now, but if it stays the same way we think that the week leading up to the Brexit vote could be awfully volatile for financial markets across the world. This could lead many to seek safe havens, and what better safe haven to jump into than gold? - Seeking Alpha
In times of turmoil, gold has by far been the most go to asset for stability and protection of wealth.  And at stake is more than simply a country looking to remove itself from a coalition that is changing rapidly from a monetary and trade union into a political and social engineering one, but a rejection of the Eurozone concept itself, and the currency created to merge Europe under a single monetary banner.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Despite numerous false flag terror attacks to keep France in line, French MP’s vote to remove sanctions against Russia

For several years now, France has been slowly moving away from U.S. hegemony and into better relations with Vladimir Putin and Russia.  And in response to this, the EU nation has experienced numerous assassinations and false flag terror attacks that mirror those done under Operation Gladio from the Cold War days.
Yet even with all of this, on April 28 members of France’s parliament voted to lift their participation in U.S. led sanctions against Russia in the hopes that a return to open trade will take place and save the desperate straits of France’s declining economy.
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