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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, July 7, 2016

Don’t blame Brexit as global recession and financial crises were here long before UK vote

The powers that be have learned to never let a crisis go to waste.  And in the wake of last month’s Brexit vote which they desperately didn’t want to happen, mainstream financial analysts and central bankers are now shifting the UK vote into the perfect excuse to blame the oncoming global recession and financial collapse on that event and on the British people.
But for any real economist who isn’t a paid shill of the establishment, knowledge that the global economy and global financial systems were rushing headlong into crisis occurred long before the June 24 vote.  And following the Federal Reserve’s stress test that ended last week, not only did two large European banks fail the test, but in Italy where no banks were deemed to be in trouble by the U.S. central bank, the first bailout outside of Greece is now taking place, and two institutions in London are halting redemptions in the nation’s largest property funds.
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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.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

World’s largest banking center isn’t in the U.S. or Europe, but in China

A new report came out on the recent rankings from S&P Global Market Intelligence that shows that China not only has the world’s largest individual bank, but with four of the top 10 financial institutions on the list they are also the world’s largest banking center.
The U.S. came in with only two banks in the top 10.
What is also interesting is that China is considered the world’s largest production economy, easily bigger than both the Eurozone and the U.S., who both rely upon consumption to hold their spots on top in global GDP.
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Monday, April 25, 2016

Gold, Bitcoin… investors looking for everything but the dollar

Over the past 5 years, the dollar has been the primary safe haven for investors who attempted to walk through the minefields of currency wars, and quantitative easing.  And during this time the reserve currency hovered between 95 and 100 on the index, while purchases of U.S. Treasuries remained at very high levels.
But since the beginning of the year a sea change has taken place, and the dollar has felt the brunt of this investor revolt.  And in its place has seen one old and one new stalwart that could shape the future of all global currencies.
That is because both gold and bitcoin have thrived in this new paradigm shift, and represent the growing desire for a return to sound money, or at least forms of money that are not as controlled by central planners as the world’s fiat currencies are.
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Saturday, April 23, 2016

The battle for gold acquisition is in high gear with individuals, elites, and central banks buying at record levels

Earlier today, SRS Rocco published an article on how gold bullion sales for April at the U.S. Mint are up 300% from the same month just a year ago, and this is just in the first three weeks of the month.

The telltale sign that something isn't right in the financial industry is a surge in Gold Eagle sales.  Last year, total Gold Eagle sales for April equaled 29,500 oz.  However, in just the first three weeks of April this year, Gold Eagle sales have reached 87,500.  This is three times last years figures and we still have another week remaining in the month:
But purchases from the U.S. Mint don't tell the whole story.  According to analyst and economist Jim Rickards this week, central banks as well as elites are purchasing their own gold stashes at record levels, in preparation for the fourth potential collapse of the global financial system in the past 100 years.
Countries are also acquiring gold in advance of a collapse of the international monetary system. The system has collapsed three times in the past century. Each time, major financial powers came together to write new rules. 
This happened at Genoa in 1922, Bretton Woods in 1944, and the Smithsonian Institution in 1971.  The international monetary system has a shelf life of about 30 years. 
It has been 30 years since the Louvre Accord (an upgrade to the Smithsonian Agreement). This does not mean the system will collapse tomorrow, but no one should be surprised if it does. When the financial powers next convene to reform the system, there will be no appetite for the dollar’s exorbitant privilege. 
The Chinese yuan and Russia ruble are not true reserve currencies. The only feasible benchmarks for a new system are the IMF’s world money, called special drawing rights, and gold. 
Critics claim there is not enough gold to support the financial system. That’s nonsense. There is always enough gold, it’s just a matter of price. 
Based on the M1 money supplies of China, the eurozone, and the US, and with 40pc gold backing, the implied non-deflationary price of gold is $10,000 per ounce. 
At that price, a stable gold-backed monetary system could be sustained.  When it comes to monetary elites, watch what they do, not what they say. 
While elites disparage gold at every opportunity, they are buying it, hoarding it, and preparing for the day when one’s gold determines one’s seat at the table of systemic reform. 
It’s past time to claim your seat with an asset allocation to physical gold. - Zerohedge

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

U.S. becoming desperate to hold on to their power over global financial system

Empires and the elite never relinquish power easily, and are often willing to cause extreme harm to the system itself to try to hold onto their control.  And while we have seen this exhibited over the past few years in the form of economic sanctions (Russia), tariffs (China), sovereign overthrows (Libya, Syria, Ukraine), and secret trade agreements (TPP, TTIP), the fact of the matter is the world is in cyclical sea change which is very similar to previous times when empires like that of France and Britain lost their control to a new power.
Yet it appears that most of these offensive maneuvers by the United States against growing economic, political, and military powers are no longer working as Washington desires, and the administration is now resorting to begging to try to remain as top dog in dictating monetary policy.
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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Foreigners dump dollars in January at the highest rate on record

From August of last year through December, foreigners dumped more than $550 billion in dollar based assets as the demise of the petrodollar in global trade continues to expand.  And as we begin 2016, a new report out for January shows that more treasuries were dumped in that month alone than in any month on record.
The previous high of $48.1 billion in treasuries sent back to the U.S. was shattered in January as foreigners dumped their dollars at a rate of $57.2 billion.  Much of this was tied to country’s using their dollar reserves to shore up their own currencies, but a large part also included less need for dollars to purchase oil and other commodities as the global economy moved strongly into recession.

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Saturday, May 2, 2015

J.P. Morgan accumulating hundreds of millions of ounces while paper market price remains low

As we have noted many times in our writing, if you want to become rich, watch and do that the rich do when it comes to investments.  And despite the fact that banks like J.P. Morgan have used the paper Comex market to short the spot price and protect their paper derivative positions for several years now, one thing is for certain, they are not discounting ownership of physical silver and in fact, have accumulated hundreds of millions of ounces in what appears to be preparation for a serious run to higher physical prices for the monetary metal.


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Monday, April 20, 2015

Obama denies China’s right to determine laws for future of global economy

Despite the resounding rejection of the U.S. and the West’s monetary institutions by 57 major economies earlier this month, President Obama is choosing to double down on the failing empire by stating that it is America, not China, who should determine the future of the global economic system and write the laws that will function in the next monetary system.  In fact, the President’s strong words come at a time when his administration is trying to push through a new Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that will give unprecedented power to multi-national corporations, and seek to put sovereign economies under the authority of private institutions.



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Friday, April 10, 2015

Karatbars: The solution to today's economic and monetary problems

If you read financial or economic news in today's mainstream and alternative medias, even on this site, you realize that there is much more pessimism than optimism being reported, and that the writing is on the wall for some real fundamental change to occur in both the U.S. and the overall global financial system.

But despite what the talking head and propagandists on CNBC say about the false economic data coming from the government, and what trends forecasters say is inevitable for all peoples in the near future, what we all really need are answers and solutions to the current and coming problems, and a way to not just survive from what is to come, but to come out ahead.

And out of all the different companies I, and many financial professionals have vetted, none can achieve for you what Karatbars can in not only protecting your wealth, but in also ensuring you are protected when the dollar changes or ends, and to allow you to build your own business that can protect you forever more from layoff cycles, and working at the behest of someone else.


Karatbars: Gold Savings Program and So Much More

Many of us have careers, businesses, or investments that reside in the dollar backed system, or paper traded markets.  And since the Credit Crisis of 2008, bank bail-in laws under Dodd-Frank, and massive expansion of the money supplies in the U.S., Japan, and just today, Europe, nearly all currencies and economies now rely upon debt by central banks to keep the system from collapse.
Most fully vetted financial planners will tell you that the best way to protect and grow your assets is to diversify.  But if all of those investments are based on dollars (Stocks, Bonds, Annuities, etc…) then you are not really diversifying, but simply buying the same paper investment with a different title.
The world is now in a global currency war, with central banks printing excessive amounts of currency and governments borrowing excessive amounts of debt.  And with every single country using a purely fiat currency as their form of money, the historic inevitability is that they will collapse, with no exceptions.
All forms of money but one… Gold.
 

In the past, brokers and financial advisors suggested that investors purchase between 5 and 20% of their portfolio in a precious metal such as gold or silver.  But with two huge paradigm shifts taking place right now in China and Eurasia, that percentage may need to be much higher, especially in lieu of the next global reserve currency being backed by gold.

So the question then becomes, how should we invest in, or purchase gold that would be both safe and recognizable anywhere in the world?  The options of course are:
1.       Purchase gold and silver from a local coin shop or dealer, but this would require the means to store it locally and protect it from thieves.
 
2.       Purchase gold and silver from a large broker, and then pay to have it stored in a vault onsite, or offshore where you would have difficulty liquidating it, and it would cost you over time to have a third party store it for you.  Additionally, the U.S. government has already in its history (1933) confiscated physical gold, and any bank, safety deposit box, and most (emphasis on most) vaults are now under I.R.S. regulation due to FACTA.
 
3.      Karatbars.  A new way to buy gold and have it delivered to you, or stored in an offshore vault that is accessible 24 hours per day, able to be liquidated into dollars or any other global currency, loaded into a Mastercard you can use anywhere in the world at any time, and best of all…
 
Has an affiliate program where you can get paid to purchase gold, and receive commissions on anyone you sign up who buys gold.
This is business model of the future in the financial realm and in the new way of buying gold and having complete control and access to it while at the same time, using the company’s model to build a business from it.  And unlike many other relationship marketing companies in which you and your affiliates buy products that are used and done with when empty, this opportunity compliments those who already make a good living in a product based company by giving you an outlet to invest your proceeds and revenues and to also create new revenue streams while building your own store of wealth.
There are 7 different ways to make money in Karatbars, and one of the most fruitful and easiest requires finding two customers who wish to be affiliates and get them to find an aspect of Karatbars they want or need.  From simply being able to purchase gold and have it delivered or stored offshore, to having access to a global Mastercard that you can pre-load with up to $1 million, to building a 5-6-7 digit annual income that only requires finding two people to start a downline, the possibilities and solutions to many people’s needs are right here.
Check out this Video on just one of the seven different ways to earn income and build a business with Karatbars, starting with only two people and around $350 to purchase your package. And that cost really is about it, minus whatever you want to spend in the way of gold purchases on your own to grow wealth, and protect yourself against the dollar and other devaluing currencies.
For those who have been a part of Network Marketing, and understand how companies are now multi-national and global in scope and mission, Karatbars is a perfect complement to your business.  And if you travel, or even plan on permanently moving out of the country you’re in, the functionality of Karatbars as your own bank and one stop pre-loaded credit card that is usable anywhere, anytime, makes you an international player, and protected against consequences of currency devaluation, central bank policies, and internal monetary collapses.
Cyprus - Banking collapse and bail-in - 2010
Austria - Bank collapse and bail-in - 2015
Ukraine - Sudden collapse of currency - 2015
Venezuela and Argentine - Massive inflation and capital controls
U.S. - FACTA and regulations on bank deposits allowing for Bail-in upon next banking crisis - Jan. 2014
Gold - Has increased in value against every currency in the world since 2004, and was the best investment in every country but the U.S. in 2014.
To sign-up as an affiliate and join Karatbars, you can click on this link here, or you can contact me at [email protected] to learn more and find out how Karatbars can secure your future.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Putin adviser: Transition to new global economy will require war

The term revolution has multiple meanings dependent upon the perspective of the rebels seeking it, and the establishment trying to keep it from occurring.  But throughout the annals of history, revolution has never come easily, and almost inevitably is achieved through violent action, or in many cases, all-out war.

For Russia, which understands the concept and history of revolution within their own peoples, the direction they see the world moving towards, especially in the economic plane, is a form of revolution against the old way.  And as President Putin’s adviser Sergei Glazyev ascertained on Thursday of last week, the revolution to change the global financial system will come by war, as it has in almost every single instance in history.



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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Central Banks: And then there were three who remained free

There was one primary reason the Obama administration chose to send money and support to the Libyan conflict earlier this year, and it had little to do with overthrowing a brutal dicator.  Certain clues in the rebel camp screamed out the primary purpose for Europe and the US to send troops, aircraft, drones, and even advisors to the conflict that took place over the summer.

Libya was one of only five nations remaining who did not have a privately owned central bank.  Now there are only three.

North Korea, Iran, and Cuba.  And guess who immediately became target number one after Gadhafi was killed?  Iran.

As of the year 2000, there were seven countries without a Rothschild-owned Central Bank:
Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran
Then along came the convenient terror of 9-11 and soon Iraq and Afghanistan had been added to the list, leaving only five countries without a Central Bank owned by the Rothschild Family:
Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran
We all know how fast the Central Bank of Benghazi was set up.
The only countries left in 2011 without a Central Bank owned by the Rothschild Family are:
Cuba, North Korea, Iran - Freed Planet

In fact, Cuba has just begun looking into Free Market capitalism for small businesses just this past week, and should this grow, the potential of their being integrated into the global banking cartel is simply one leader with a need for cash away.