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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Signal or deception? Lady Rothschild tweets that gold is set to go higher

There are interesting dichotomies when it comes to investing, and often it can depend on which source one follows.  For example, entrepreneur and wealth coach Robert Kyosaki advocates that if you want to be rich, do what the rich do.  Yet on the other side of the token if you are a client of top investment bank Goldman Sachs you often receive tips and information that will make you lose money since the bank itself regularly bets against the advice they give to their customers.


So with this in mind it was rather interesting this evening when we noticed that Lady De Rothschild had tweeted out two days ago that gold is poised for a rebound and why it should go higher.
And yes, this is the same Lady De Rothschild that is part of the global banking dynasty, and close friends with Hillary Clinton.

In addition to the tweet, Lady Rothschild also cited an article by CNBC which forecasted that gold should have a pull back here at the end of January due to what is known as Quad Witching (options expiration, Fed FOMC meeting, Jobs Report, and China being off due to the week long Chinese New Year).
With the Lunar New Year holidays starting in China on Friday and markets closed next week, demand for gold will see a decline, the report said. Gold prices have drifted down a bit ahead of the Chinese festival. The precious metal is trading nearly 8 percent higher over a 12-month period but is down more than 6 percent since the U.S. elections. 
"We think gold's performance, as the typical Q1 seasonal demand fades, should provide a good gauge of investor sentiment towards gold at this point." - CNBC
One thing that is always certain regarding given advice no matter from which quarter of the market it comes from... the elite are always ahead of the game when it comes to buying investments and quite often will only drop hints on what they believe assets will do only after they already have bought their desired stake in the stock, bond, or commodity they believe (or wish) will go higher.

Friday, September 30, 2016

If the rich aren't willing to store their gold in banks, then why should you trust them either?

Following the 2008 financial crisis the United States began a form a capital controls to try to keep individuals, businesses, and trusts from moving their wealth offshore.  And one of their primary controls is through a law known as FATCA, which gave the IRS a modicum of authority backed by SWIFT to find out all personal accounts and information held in foreign banks by American citizens.

But as we saw in the Panama Papers scandal earlier this year, what is meant as restrictions for 'little people' is barely a bump in the road for the elite and super wealthy who have access to alternatives that the 99% do not.  And one of these alternatives is the ability to offshore their wealth into special private vaults that are outside the touch of the U.S. government, and which may hold thousands of tons of gold outside the banking system.

For decades, Switzerland had a reputation for bank secrecy that made it the most sought after tax haven for billionaires from around the globe.  But, after more than 80 years of secrecy, a series of bilateral agreements with countries around the world, including America’s Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), have forced the private-banking industry in Switzerland to embrace an entirely new era of transparency that requires a full exchange of tax-relevant information with more than a hundred countries. 
Which, as Bloomberg points out, has been a huge boon for Swiss operators of private vaults which are not subject to the same transparency and reporting requirements as banks.  In fact, these super-secret, privately operated storage facilities buried around the Swiss Alps can basically store anything from anybody because they're not even required to report suspicious activity to Switzerland's Money Laundering Reporting Office.  
“There is growth in gold,” Wipfli says. “Since 2008 there has been a real interest in alternatives to bank deposits.” The company explicitly taps into that demand. Swiss Data Safe “is independent from the banking system and any other organization or interest group,” according to a PowerPoint presentation Wipfli shows clients. The company and its anonymous rival aren’t regulated by the Swiss financial-services regulator Finma. 
Nor do such companies have to report suspicious activity to Switzerland’s Money Laundering Reporting Office.In the past, submissions to the agency have led the Swiss attorney general to open investigations into corruption at FIFA, the global soccer body, and banking ties to Brazil’s Petrobras bribery scandal. 
Moreover, American citizens aren’t required under FATCA to declare gold stored outside of financial institutions either.  So perhaps it's no surprise that, according to the Swiss defense department, of the roughly 1,000 former military bunkers still in existence across Switzerland, several hundred of them have been sold to private individuals who are now operating them as private storage sites for the gold stash of the world's wealthiest of billionaires. - Zerohedge
The elites know that they cannot trust holding their wealth in a bank, and often go to extraordinary lengths to ensure it remains outside the hands of governments, regulators, and law enforcement.  So if the rich do not trust the banks to hold their money and assets, then why should you?

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Remember when Soros and Buffett wanted the rich to be taxed more? Fooled you!

Remember a few years back when billionaire Warren Buffett attempted to sound humanitarian and declare that he and others who live in the 1% penthouse should pay more in taxes?  Or when George Soros in an interview back in 2012 stated that Republicans were protecting the rich under the ‘Buffett Rule’ and he would be more than happy to pay his fair share of annual revenues?  Well, it appears that both have lied and fooled the brain dead sheeple as on April 30, Soros was discovered to have used a loophole in the tax rules to that helped him defer taxable income to the tune of $13.3 billion, in which he owes nearly 40% of that to the Federal government by 2017.


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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

1%er advocates that those who don’t pay taxes shouldn’t get to vote

At the beginning of the Republic there was a great deal of debate on who should be allowed to vote.  The primary support for this segregation of voting rights was intrinsically tied to the owning of land, because it gave the voter a stake in the game to not only protect what they owned, but to assure the future welfare of the nation as a whole.  This form of voting was eventually shot down as it was considered a Poll Tax, and was deemed unconstitutional.

However, as the nation once again becomes divided by those who work and pay taxes, and those who don’t and collect welfare benefits, an outspoken 1%er named Tom Perkins came out on Feb. 14 and made the argument that those who pay the most taxes should have the largest say in who is elected to government, with votes being given dollar for dollar in how much they provide the government in revenues.




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Monday, October 15, 2012

Government bailouts and Fed QE is solely about creating more wealth for the rich

Those animated bears are back, and this time they are breaking down how the government bailouts, along with Federal Reserve QE policies, are solely about making more money for the rich.  It is greed, theft, and a destruction of the American monetary system at its finest, while Uncle Sam simply keeps the bread and circuses of welfare and entertainment flowing to dull people from ever seeing the destruction.





This animation shows pure and simple that the credit crisis, trillion dollar bailouts, Federal Reserve actions are built to enhance the rich and major corporations, keep people spending money they don't have, and drain the last vestiges of true wealth from the economy and American capitol.

Tax the rich?  Like the meager fines placed on big banks for theri billion dollar fraud schemes, people like Warren Buffet are happy to pay a few million in a PR move to hide the fact he earned billions of of your taxes.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Americas broken down welfare system where millionaires receive unemployment

One of the biggest complaints about any government run system or agency is the sheer size and ineptitude of their bureaucracies.  From paying rents or leases on unhabited buildings, to propping up failed agencies such as the Department of Education or the Postal Service, government waste costs taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollar per year.

So it probably won't come as much of a surprise that a new report on Oct. 2 from the Congressional Reserch Center shows that in 2009, the Federal government actually paid unemployment benefits to over 2370 households that earned over $1 million dollars.



Just because millionaires are people too, and they too can apparently lose their jobs, we now learn courtesy of the Congressional Research Center, that in 2009, 2,362 Americans making over $1,000,000 in income (and just shy of a million people making over $200,000) collected unemployment benefits. - Zerohedge


Through the last decade, government programs have paid welfare to many different people and agencies that did not need it, and fell outside the intended income levels of the program.  But rather than reform these broken programs that cost the taxpayers $billions, more often than not, Congress enlarges these agencies, and puts good money after bad to keep creating the largest welfare state in the history of the world.