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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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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Immediately following Brexit results, google searches to 'buy gold' soared 500% as investors broke towards only real safe haven

One of the primary reasons that gold shot up to $1940 following the 2008 Credit Crisis and subsequent stock crash is because long standing safe havens like currencies, bonds, and real estate no longer provided an outlet during a time of financial crisis.  And while these three asset classes eventually recovered between 2011 and 2016 thanks solely to central bank interventions, when the next crisis or black swan would come as it did on June 24, monetary conditions were so levered up that they once again were unable to act as an outlet or safe haven for one's wealth once the carnage began in nearly all markets.

And this showed up in a most powerful way as immediately following the referendum vote in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, searches on google for the terms 'buy gold' shot up over 500%.

According to Google, the number of internet searches for the phrase "buy gold" spiked by 500% after the Brexit results trickled through around 5am. Investors flocked to the safe haven asset during Asian trading while the pound plummeted to a 31-year low. 
Today, as is customary after the fact, everyone was euphoric on gold: "gold could rise to $1,400 whilst other precious metals such as platinum, offer attractive fundamentals," said James Butterfill, head of research & investment strategy at ETF Securities. Virtually every other investment bank followed suit and even Goldman came out, when the traditionally goldophobic bank had no choice but to raise its gold price target following today's meteoric gold surge. 
Which is great, however all of it was, as noted,  after the fact. 
The truth as all those who buy gold after the devaluation learn, is that for gold to be a store of value and preserve purchasing power it has to be acquired before some catastrophic, devaluing event, which as yesterday's Brexit showed, tends to be utterly unpredictable. - Zerohedge
Sadly, Americans and most Westerners tend to wait until after the fact to prepare themselves for a crisis, even with days, weeks, or months of advance warning that the disaster was on the horizon.  And whether that crisis occurs from nature, war, financial or any myriad of other inevitable events, those willing to prepare in advance will not only be sufficiently protected before it happens, but will also be able to afford their preparations at much cheaper prices when the sudden rush into commodities like gold leave the majority out in the cold as supplies and prices become out of reach.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Gold pops $85 on Brexit vote while currencies and markets in chaos

June 24 is now a new red letter day in Britain's history as the people chose to Brexit versus remaining as a subject nation in the European Union.


By a relatively close, but decisive vote, Britain has begun the process of becoming the first European Union country to leave the coalition, and has triggered not only financial chaos in currencies and markets, but has opened the door for nations like France and Scotland to call for their own independence referendums in the wake of the British Exit.

As expected, gold was the number one safe haven along with the dollar, as the metal shot up $85 when news of the exit vote hit.  In addition, the Pound Sterling fell to 30 year lows against the dollar, and the Euro dropped 500 bps in a single instant.

Gold has now crossed a major resistance level over $1308, and with geo-political turmoil such as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron officially announcing he will resign in the fall, the monetary metal should have a clear path to $1450 per ounce in the coming weeks.

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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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

As financial analysts predict Brexit to be the next Lehman event, British metals dealers see rush into gold

There are uncountable consequences being predicted should Britain choose to leave the European Union, and separate themselves from the continental trade coalition.  Some of these include effects on the Pound, the Euro, on the validity of current trade agreements, and on potential losses should the European Commission choose to nullify their favored nation status.

But even more, some analysts are forecasting that a Brexit could trigger the next 'Lehman event', and put much of the global financial system at risk.

Q: What would happen if Britain voted to leave the EU? 
A: It is not Lehman in the short term in terms of markets being in a panic or chaotic mood, because the central banks will try to pacify that. But it is more significant than Lehman in its longer-term impact on global growth. Through trade and investment channels, there will be a downward impact on growth. 
Q: Isn't it just a European issue? 
A: It's not just a vote for the U.K. exiting Europe, it is a symptom of the discontent and unhappiness of citizens with the status quo. They want change, but nobody can articulate what is it that they want. The impact in an exit vote of "leave" winning would be very far-reaching and impact long-term events. Near term there would be significant adjustment in financial markets. - Bloomberg
Because of these fears, a London gold dealer is predicting that a yes vote for a Brexit would cause a panic into the precious metal, and they could see upwards of £10 million pounds of online purchases in a single day.
A  gold dealer has predicted that a decision to leave the European Union would prompt an online gold rush, generating sales of around £10m in a single day for his company, as investors seek to protect their wealth. 
BullionByPost, Britain's biggest online gold dealer, is forecasting its biggest ever trading day if voters decide on a Brexit. "We have a number of large clients waiting to place orders," claimed founder Rob Halliday-Stein. "Everyone is waiting for the referendum outcome. - Telegraph.co.uk

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

Fears of a UK exit from European Union spurring run on gold for Brits

With the vote to determine whether the UK will remain a member of the European Union just a few weeks away, many Brits are preparing for the worst and buying physical gold at a rapid pace.

In fact, as the polls moved closer to a sure bet that the people would vote to leave the Union, sales of gold at most dealers in Britain shot up, as the fears of both a currency and economic crisis spurred the transition from owning Pounds to owning Bullion.



At Sharps Pixley, a gold showroom in London's smart Mayfair district, demand for bullion bars and coins is rising, with men and women of all ages buying up the safe-haven metal in case of a British exit from the European Union. 
Shoppers can walk out of the sleek St James's Street showroom carrying their gold investments, or leave them in the rows of safety deposit boxes that line the walls. 
Sales have picked up since the latest polls suggested that the 'leave' campaign is gaining support, with online polls by ICM and YouGov showing at the weekend it had taken a 4-5 percentage point lead ahead of the June 23 referendum. 
"It seems to have sunk into people's consciousness that Brexit is a real possibility now. All stocks are being bought out in advance of even being shipped," Ross Norman, chief executive of Sharps Pixley said, noting that demand for Britannia coins, which as legal currency are exempt from capital gains tax, had been particularly strong. 
ATS Bullion, nearby on London's Strand, has also reported a 5-10 percent rise in sales while online gold dealing platform BullionVault.com, whose customers are largely private investors, said the UK is outstripping other regions in terms of demand growth this month. 
Growth in its UK customer base has been 59 percent higher in June than the average of the last 12 months, it said, compared to 5 percent higher in the other nine of its top 10 markets. - Reuters

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.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

One of the world's oldest banks sees gold price reaching all-time highs within two years

With the uncertainty of Britain's future role in the European Union, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's dire warning of a coming financial calamity, one of the world's oldest banks is diversifying itself into gold, and predicts the price will climb 40% or more within the next two years.

Berenberg Bank was established back in 1590, and still remains relevant as it holds 40 billion in assets under management.

The smart money, large institutional money, who understands diversification and gold’s function as a store of value continues to diversify into gold. There is an awareness of gold’s benefit as a hedging instrument and safe haven asset but also an awareness that the outlook for prices at these still depressed levels is very positive. 
This is seen in the view of Berenberg, which is in the fifth century of its existence and one of the oldest owner managed banks in the world, who see gold returning to  2012 levels at $1,900/oz per ounce. 
The less informed money continues not to appreciate the risks that are again building in the system. Risk appetite remains high and there is a distinct lack of awareness regarding how risks, such as BREXIT, may impact financial markets and traditional assets such as stocks, bonds, property and indeed deposits. - Zerohedge
Berenberg's entry into the gold markets follows a string of hedge fund managers as well as central banks who have accumulating gold at near record levels ever since the end of 2015.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Corporate CEO’s spurn Obama and the IMF by saying Brexit will help not hurt UK businesses

Just as revelations have emerged on just how draconian the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is for European countries, so too is the rhetoric being spewed by politicians such as Barack Obama and Christine Lagarde in regards to the Brits leaving the Eurozone little more than a demand for political coercion.  Because while the President of the United States threatens the EU with import sanctions if they choose not to play ball with the ‘arm twisting’ regime out of Washington, CEO’s for 300 corporations are dismissing the U.S. commander-in-chief and are now in support of a Brexit since they believe it will help, not hinder, UK businesses.


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Thursday, April 28, 2016

As Brexit vote draws near, London moving closer to China and to gold

The British people and the politicians who realize that their future no longer lies in the continental takeover that is the European Union also are beginning to see that their future may not lie in dollar hegemony, or a U.S. controlled monetary system.  This is because more and more they are coming to grips that the next arbiter of global monetary policy will probably come from China, and not the dying West.
On April 26, Mark Boleat, the City of London Corporation’s Policy Chairman, reported announced that the internationalization of the Chinese Renminbi was ‘here to stay’, and will be a significant part of Europe’s future for both capital and investment.
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Saturday, April 23, 2016

President Obama trying to ‘twist the arm’ of Britain to not leave the Eurozone

In 2015, Barack Obama made it perfectly clear how his administration felt about any country or leader that didn’t do what he wants them to do.  In fact, in an interview from February of last year, Obama stated that sometimes we must “‘twist the arms’ of countries that wouldn’t do what we need them to do”, and this in a nutshell is how the United States functions as a rogue aggressor on the geo-political stage.
Whether it is the unlawfully funded coup in Ukraine, or the false flag attacks in Paris to try to stop that country from moving closer to Russia, the U.S. is an empire built upon blunt demands to sovereign nations rather than diplomacy and acceptance for the rights and wills of he people of other countries.
So perhaps it should come as no surprise on April 22 when President Obama had published an op-ed in which he is trying to ‘twist the arms’ of the British people and force them to vote against a Brexit and in leaving the Eurozone.
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And it appears his gesture was not taken very well by British legislators.
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Sunday, April 10, 2016

Panama Papers appear more and more as an attack to take down global leaders opposed to banker control

Earlier this week, the first major consequence from the leaked Panama Papers occurred when they revealed that Iceland’s Prime Minister was a client who had used the Mossack Fonseca law firm to create an offshore account which hid his assets from sovereign regulation.  And as a result, protests from the Icelandic people forced the PM to resign from office.
The significance of this leak is that what Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson did by offshoring his wealth was not illegal, but only perceived as such in a world where income inequality has helped divide the rich and poor, and obfuscate truth from reality.
Yet perhaps what is most relevant, and not widely mentioned by the mainstream media, is that the controlled disclosure of certain individuals tied to the Panama Papers may actually be an attempted attack on persons who have or are in opposition to the banking cabal, and the elites who are trying to create a global fascist construct.  Case in point, Iceland had rebelled against the banks who had burdened the country with onerous debts, and even jailed several bankers for their criminal activities, with Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson having been a key element in the nation’s rejection of ECB demands.
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Monday, April 4, 2016

IMF discusses creating a financial collapse event in Greece according to new Wikileaks report

In the continuing saga of Eurozone financial difficulties, Greece continues to be the linchpin for the economic Troika of the IMF, European Commission (EC), and European Central Bank (ECB) to hold the line against sovereign nations potentially defaulting on their debts and subsequently exiting from EU control.  And in a new Wikileaks data dump on April 2, it appears that members of the IMF were caught discussion the creation of a financial collapse event in Greece to force the government to succumb to the wills of the Troika.

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Finland to discuss whether to leave the Euro currency

First there was Greece (Grexit), who looked long and hard at leaving the Eurozone during last year’s financial crisis.  And that discontent is being followed up now in Britain (Brexit), who is expected to propose a referendum to have a vote on whether to stay or leave the union sometime in 2017.
And with Mario Draghi and the European Central Bank (ECB) taking interest rates down to zero on Thursday, and in some parts of the lending facility below that into negative territory, one Northern European member is taking a long look at whether to leave the Euro currency following a public petition that has now moved the idea into their legislature to debate on the issue.

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